According to Webster: “lie,” (in context) n. A false statement deliberately presented as being true.
Although no politician in the history of America has been as bold about lying to the public as Barack Obama, all elected officials have agendas, and to my knowledge, and/or, in my opinion, no politician’s agenda involves the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
According to Webster: “mis·lead·ing,” adj. Lead into error of thought or action by intentionally deceiving.
One thing you can count on in the world of commerce, is that when an individual selling a product alludes to the words…
..in his or her sales pitch, ..they’re lying.
A reverse mortgage allows for a homeowner to cease paying the principal on his or her mortgage, you still pay the interest every month.
Accordingly, all you accomplish with a (reverse) mortgage is depriving yourself of equity.
When an organization, (public), such as our government, or (private), such as a corporation and they tout that (reform), and/or, reorganization will save you money, ..they’re lying.
No, I don’t have a PhD in economics, albeit I am aware that when my old shoes wear out and I buy a new pair, the new pair always costs more than the pair I wore out.
Reorganizing or replacing something always cost money, so when a corporation or government, (reforms or reorganizes) “anything,” someone picks up the tab.
For those who may be interested; the shoes I currently own are six years old, ..and in my opinion they still have several years left in them.
Question: How is that possible?
Retirement has its perks, ..they’re called house slippers.
(Franklin D. Roosevelt – signing Social Security act 1935).
The Social Security Act was drafted during Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s first term and passed by Congress as part of the Second New Deal.
The original Social Security act contained a clause denying access to the Social Security fund by any and all agencies and departments of the government.
Question: Did that part of the law stand?
According to Webster: “law,” (in context) A rule of conduct or procedure established by custom, agreement, or authority.
According to Webster: “au·thor·i·ty,” The power to enforce laws, exact obedience, command, determine, or judge.
Although Webster’s definition of authority provides that an individual with authority has an immense amount of power, nowhere in Webster’s definition does it allow…
..for authority to shred the law.
As an individual old enough to remember the 1950s and 1960s, a common slogan at the time was; …
For me personally, I thought it was a great idea and I still do, even though it’s difficult as few items in America are labeled “Made in America,” these days.
Notwithstanding, as Americans are extremely “flexible” and possess loads of ingenuity, how about this; …
Starting in 2016, ..we begin to vote American!
According to my “Pearlsofprofundity Dictionary: …
“A·mer·i·can,” adj. Of or relating to people that have placed their right hand over their heart and sworn allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, …
..and to the Republic for which it stands,
..one nation under God,
..with liberty and justice for all.
Fact: No true Communist or No true Muslim has ever sworn allegiance to the American flag and meant it.
When the laws of a nation are altered by a person to suit the purpose of that person, the nation is no longer Democratic.
Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow