Outside the box, (traditionally), is a metaphor that means (to think differently), unconventionally, from a “new perspective,” a creative, and/or, original perspective.
According to Webster: “cre·a·tive,” (in context) Characterized by originality, expressiveness and imagination.
As an individual who dropped out of high school because high school didn’t provide me with anything original, creative or imaginative, I feel somewhat more qualified to speak to originality and imagination, as I found my own way.
School, “at every level” is nothing more than what someone else did yesterday or the day before.
It’s a game of follow the leader, and if you follow well, school will place a star on your forehead.
One of the most important things I learned by trading in my “school desk” for a (paycheck), is that a paycheck makes life real.
Consequently, I’m a conservative because I understand that if it isn’t broken, it doesn’t need to be fixed.
Irrefutable truth: The Constitution as penned by our founding fathers is the foundation that this nation rose from. It was not intended as a journal to be edited, it was and is the law.
Barack Obama, like 43 other men before him, was elected to uphold the Constitution of the United States, “not” to make it his own.
I also understand no amount of progressive liberal ideology will keep your lights on when you fail to pay your electric bill.
Currently the U.S. national debt is north of seventeen and a half trillion dollars and climbing faster than an “F-18 Super Hornet,” ..while corporate America continues to export our jobs to Germany, India and China and other nation around the world quicker than you can say Rumpelstiltskin.
The cars we drive, the clothes we wear and the food we eat all predominantly come from nations outside of our borders.
So I ask you, at least those of you who have read or at least have some understanding of our Constitution; “Where in the U.S. Constitution is it written that U.S. tax dollars are (better or wiser spent) providing “wages and income” to people that don’t pay taxes in America?
According to Webster: “think·ing,” (in context) n, Intellectual production.
With of course, “production” being the operative word in this particular definition.
Production, (in its simplest form), and most understood by the population, means to produce something…
Government is not, nor was ever intended to engage in or compete with private enterprise. Government is a “service industry,” in America, founded…
..(as a Democratic Republic), to work for the people.
Government produces nothing of real or commercial value and until we the people wise up and change our politician’s beliefs that they are “elite, and/or omnipotent,” our national debt will continue to rise.
Once again, to be absolutely clear, America’s national debt belongs to us, “We the People,” ..it (does not) belong to the (ass hats) that spend our treasury.
Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow