A few questions from the politicians of Texas and Louisiana

The politicians of Texas and Louisiana would very much like your feedback.

We know many politicians oppose federal spending because the government is too big. And we know they believe people should be self-sufficient, and not rely on government handouts. And we know they feel that receiving government handouts just makes people lazy.

In this vein, the Texas and Louisiana politicians would like your opinions:

  1. Do you believe the federal deficit should be cut?
  2. To lower the deficit, should military spending be cut?
  3. To lower the deficit, should federal spending for health care be cut?
  4. To lower the deficit, should federal spending for education be cut?
  5. To lower the deficit, should federal anti-poverty spending (for food and housing) be cut?
  6. To lower the deficit, should your taxes be increased?
  7. Are the citizens of Texas and Louisiana self-sufficient?
  8. To lower the deficit, should the budget for FEMA be cut?
  9.  Considering the deficit, should the federal government provide financial help for rebuilding southern Texas and Louisiana?
  10. Whether or not the people of Texas and Louisiana were at fault for not preventing the damage to their states, should the government help them either way?
  11. Whether or not the poor are at fault for being poor, should the government help them either way?

As the hurricane season progresses, the politicians of the southern border states and the eastern seaboard also would like to know your opinions.

Your answers will be passed to the all the Senators and Representatives from every state that receives federal money.

Thank you.

Rodger Malcolm Mitchell

 

One thought on “A few questions from the politicians of Texas and Louisiana

  1. Does there ever come a time when followers realize they have been conned by idiot leaders?

    Or are some people destined always to be dupes?

    Republicans Who Ran on ‘Government Is Bad’ Are Now the Government

    We’ve been through this conundrum before, during SuperStorm Sandy and, before that, during Hurricane Katrina.

    Texas senators John Cornyn and Tailgunner Ted Cruz have been taking some heat for comments they made concerning the relief package for Sandy, and a 2005 quote from then-Congressman Mike Pence was making the rounds Tuesday.

    “Congress must ensure that a catastrophe of nature does not become a catastrophe of debt for our children and grandchildren,” Pence said.

    ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

    Why I won’t send money to the Hurricane Harvey victims, By Scott Baker https://goo.gl/Tzi5gg

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