One might say they have a sinking feeling in the pit of their gut when it comes to the way the federal bureaucrats conduct legislation these days. Many citizens perceive recent political action as nothing short of despicable. Sadly enough many Americans realize the poor performance of their elected legislators but have lost so much faith in the American political process that they feel that even voting can offer little to bring change. Obama claims that the state of Arizona has overstepped its boundaries with the new immigration law the state enacted. Maybe frustration has set in for state legislators in regard to the federal government ignoring the laws it is supposed to be upholding. Suspicion is hard to cast to the wind. The federal government would rather punish its own than govern properly and enforce laws it is duly responsible for. Why do the liberal democratic progressives deliberately rush to the aid of aliens? I am sure the citizens of the state of Arizona would like an answer to this question. More than 70% of the citizens agree with legislators according to Rasmussen Reports. This latest issue and many recent others open to question just what direction DC government is heading.
Are deeper agendas ushering the conduct being displayed inside our capitol? The memories are still fresh of the last administration’s ploy to produce the Securities and Prosperity Partnership Act and the International highway. Researchers have found dedicated efforts by the Council on Foreign Relations to unite Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. into one nation. These background groups incorporate members from both political parties as well as prominent corporate officials. The feasibility that faith is being lost by American voters is arguably plain to see.
Looking for action from a representative in government denotes what the founding fathers hoped that all citizens would demand. Basic human response to emergency or disaster is to deliver relief. Transparency of federal intent is found in the federal response to Hurricane Katrina and the Gulf Oil disaster. Senator Kay Bailey hoped for the same Executive Order many Gulf residents did to allow vital resources to aid with the enormous environmental problem. Again the relief arrived after much of the damage had occurred. Time after time DC feds appear to be concentrated on everything but the people’s desire.
Is big brother’s perspective skewed? The horizon for we the people has American perspectives viewing more and more Socialistic additives being poured into the ingredients of DC politics. Americans are wondering how Obama and his Congress expect them to see his transparency and change through the oily mess and his lack of due diligence.