Posts Tagged ‘Injustice’


January 17, 2011

Is this country turning into Bizarro World, USA or not?

The National Labor Relations Board is threatening to sue the states of Arizona, South Carolina, South Dakota and Utah because those states believe union workers have the right to a secret ballot.  They want the workers to identify who they are and how they cast their vote.

It seems a bit inconsistent to me that the same federal government refuses to allow law enforcement to verify the identity of those very same workers because some of them may not be in this country legally.  This is the same government that keeps knocking down every state wanting to ask people to identify who they are when it comes time to vote for elected representatives.

Let’s quit the insane pretense.  Answer the following questions for yourself, according to your personal and honest beliefs.

Either we are a nation of (a) laws, or (b) not.

Either we, as individuals, are (a) endowed by our creator with certain unalienable  rights, or (b) not.

Either we, as a nation, are defined by (a) borders, or (b) not.

Either we, as a nation, are a people bound together by (a) one language, or (b) not.

Either we, individually and independently, are (a) capable, or (b) not.

Either we, individually, should be (a) wholly reliant on the government for subsistence and well-being, or (b) not.

Either we, as citizens, are governed by three branches that should treat every citizen, including themselves (a) fairly and equally, or (b) not.

If you answered all the above with (a): welcome to the United States of America.

If you answer any of the above with (a), and one or more (b), you are inconsistent and contributing to the demise of the United States of America.

If you answered all the questions (b), you should find another country in which to live because this is definitely not the one for you.