from America’s Right:
It’s time for intelligent austerity. We need a cutback in government services, a sacrifice in expectations, and a unification of the American people. We are a nation that is more dependent on the federal government then our next door neighbor. It’s time we get back to community. Pain is inevitable, but we must get back in touch with our roots in the Puritanical hard work ethic that drove the Pilgrims to America, and we must dare to converse about our struggles with those who can help us most — God and community.
The choices we will need to make will not be easy. The current administration’s debt commission came up with a few ideas, but we need to take it further. We need to reexamine our priorities, on a personal and governmental level, and act accordingly.
Thankfully, what we saw at this time last month shows that Americans are in the process of coming together. Harder economic times will do that to people. And, in times in which domestic terrorism is occurring and thankfully being foiled daily, one cannot afford not to know their neighbor. I firmly believe that if Americans get back in touch with each other, share our sacrifices and goals, that momentum for change will surely carry through to Washington. Right now, watching a lame duck session of Congress on my television, I look at Washington and I find myself asking just what Mr. Nigel Farrage declared earlier this week: “Who the hell do you think you are?”
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