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correction--- listening to politics and america's reaction to mr. obama from his speech stating his nomination for the presidency to now is sad. america's light shines as a place where businesses rule with a cruel thumb of law. they use puppets in congress to push the worst on the american people. the poor are encouraged to be nothing in order to receive benefits (have children, no husbands, and no college dreams). businesses push and support laws that do price things so high till the working class look foolish for trying to work hard and be proud of owning them. families are burdened with the worries of raising families because they are persuaded to have more things instead of promoting positive character traits. single individuals are pushed to own more things (to avoid having to pay significantly more taxes that others) instead of being able to save the money they work hard for to pay for schooling (the current tax deductions are not fair to single individuals). single individuals also are taxed unfairly more to help pay for the families, the businesses, and the poor. our people are confused, and lack real leadership. our lawmakers are elected to promote and maintain laws that help all of america, and show us leadership and direction. instead of behaving like leaders, some of the people we elected are using their voice to shout obscenities at each other in public forums and act like journalists (with no clue as to what their jobs really are from what i see on tv, including all news programs) and comedians who make jokes about bad laws, with no remorse or sense. their hearts have been hardened with evil, and they cannot see the error of their ways or their foolish behavior (like joe wilson and van jones). no wonder our lawmakers worry more about defending a party affiliation instead of really trying to help this country. our president cannot make a speech without a foolish comment from a fellow leader (joe wilson and others). did the leaders forget that they are "working people," whose leader is the president? if i were to shout out remarks like mr. wilson did to my boss at my job, i would be fired. who the hell is joe wilson to believe that he should be, and deserves to be, treated any differently? he should resign like van jones, or van jones should get his job back. both of them can grow together and learn how to properly do their jobs and conduct themselves in a more professional manner. maybe, just maybe, they can learn who really needs the help (the american people, not your party or business constituents).
listening to politics and america's reaction to mr. obama from his speech stating his nomination for the presidency to now is sad. america's light shines as a place where businesses rule with a cruel thumb of law. they use puppets in congress to push the worst on the american people. the poor are encouraged to be nothing in order to receive benefits (have children, no husbands, and no college dreams). businesses push and support laws that do price things so high till the working class look foolish for trying to work hard and be proud of owning them. families are burdened with the worries of raising families because they are persuaded to have more things instead of promoting positive character traits. single individuals are pushed to own more things in order to try and hold on to the money they work hard for. single individual will be taxed unfairly more to help pay for the families, the businesses, and the poor. our people are confused, and lack real leadership. our lawmakers are elected to promote and mailtain laws that help all of america. instead, they shout obscenities at each other in public forums and act like journalists (with no clue as to what their jobs really are from what i see on tv, including all news programs) and comedians who make jokes about bad laws, with no remorse or sense. their hearts have been hardened with evil, and they cannot see the error of their ways or their foolish behavior (like joe wilson and van jones). no wonder our lawmakers worry more about calling each other names instead of really trying to help this country. our president cannot make a speech without a foolish comment from a "working person." if i were to shout out things like that to my boss at my job, i would be fired. who the hell is joe wilson to believe that he should be, and deserves to be, treated any differently? he should resign like van jones, or van jones should get his job back. both of them can grow together and learn how to properly do their jobs and conduct themselves in a more professional manner.