Protest THIS

While, the fury of injustice flames burn bright, fueled by anger, hate, major concern, coupled with a whirlwind of questions -major changes are taking place to our country. “Hey….look at this shiny red ball, while I completely violate the Constitution and the will of the people!” That IS what is happening. Ahhhh I know the burning buildings flames are bright and those that can afford to, are too busy buying gifts for the upcoming holidays so there’s a lot to distract us from what our administration is up to….. 
What is so crazy about this Executive Order on Amnesty, is that the ones so many are protesting for, looting for, rioting for, and marching for, are the ones that will get hit by this order the hardest, these are the ones who are going to feel this massive blow the most.
There are 45 million Americans living in poverty right now. Families ran by single mother’s, according to the US Census Bureau, are the highest ranking when it comes to poverty. The poverty rate for African Americans is higher than all other races at 27%.
Interesting fact: according to the National PovertyCenter at the Universityof Michigan: “In 2010, 19.9 percent of foreign-born residents lived in poverty, compared to 14.4 percent of residents born in the United States. Foreign-born, non-citizens had an even higher incidence of poverty, at a rate of 26.7 percent.”
Let’s make this simple and easy to understand…..because that’s how I like it…..I am a busy mom, with little time for mumbo jumbo.
What causes poverty?
Where do I begin, there are many factors actually, but I am going to name three for the sake of time-when blogs get too long people stop reading.
1) One of the major causes is it’s a cycle, a trap that very hard to get out of. Generations, after generations have been caught in this circular hell hole, without the ability to get out!
2) As mentioned earlier, very few two parent households are in poverty, and it is single moms, who are most often caught in this bondage.
3) The Economy, jobs…..the creations of jobs or lack there of….can cause one from being “kinda” poor to living in total poverty.
Why am I saying all this? Great question!
Well….while all this insanity of Juries not indicting on questionable crimes committed by those in authority…..a lot is happening behind closed doors….or actually open doors….wide open doors but no one is noticing because buildings are burning.
I mentioned a few weeks ago on Facebook that the verdict for the Michael Brown would come in close to the time Obama would choose to issue his Executive order on amnesty….well I was right (or close to it….they were separated by like three days). And, it doesn’t come as a surprise either that the Congressional House has put forth a bill today, to stop Obama on his Executive order the day after the decision not to indict the officer responsible for the death of Eric Garner, a black man trying to make a dime in a shitty economy by selling non taxed cigarettes in New York City, which is causing deserved outrage.
The whole amnesty thing though, will get little press or time in the media because of the crazy madness and hyped drama of race and police brutality that is headlining all news sources right now. I am not arguing that police brutality and racism don’t exist, they DO-but I believe these specific circumstances are currently being used as distractions to the bigger picture.
Poverty and crime go hand in hand. 
You throw in a single mom trying to raise kids on her own, in a crappy economy-you are pretty much screwed. But then to add having to compete with the influx of millions of illegal immigrants to find work (who according to the interesting fact above, tend to fall into poverty themselves)… are inflicting much more pain. But to then add an incentive (a tax break) of 3,000 dollars (that falls under Obamacare) to employ illegal immigrants over US citizens….you are asking for all hell to break loose.
Every protester marching the streets, rioting, protesting and so forth should instead be outside the White House. Because the All Powerful OZ is illegally issuing orders that will inflict a deeper level of poverty on people already in the struggle, resulting in an onslaught of tribulation.
Where is the outrage? The man that said he was “for you” is doing NOTHING FOR YOU.
Which makes me wonder….why? Why would someone do this?
Why would someone want more people in poverty, more people receiving welfare? More people leaning on government aid, because lets be honest,  it’s damn hard out there!

I don’t think you have to really wonder….you just have to open your eyes. You just have to step back from all the chaos and drama, and look to see there are much bigger powers at play…..or you could just keep looking at that shiny red ball.

If we don’t listen….we’re doomed.

So many thoughts have been running through my mind since mid term elections occurred almost a week ago. I attended our county’s executive committee meeting this past Saturday-many victorious winners were there, high-fives were given, congratulatory praises were sung and even those who came up short had grins on their faces-because “we” won….for the most part.
I spoke with my mother the day of the election….and I was concerned. Why….because I knew that a Republican “win” was not a win for Republicans, it was a vote against our rogue president. The Republican party did not run on it’s platform….because I believe it’s platform has become convoluted and skewed…almost at times hard to decipher from that of the Democrats agenda. This is not a knock against the Republican candidates that unseated so many democrat incumbents, I couldn’t be more proud but WHY they won is up for debate.
After all the hoopla simmered down, the meeting took a different turn than expected. Many in the room who held elected positions expressed their concern for the Libertarian candidates that stole votes. “Don’t they know that voting for a Libertarian is throwing their vote away” I heard many argue! “We wouldn’t have lost State House seats, if it weren’t for the Libertarians” many voiced! The cheer in the room turned to contempt with many looming questions.
I didn’t have questions….I knew why….and I know that the Libertarian movement is only going to grow as our President acts more and more like a King.
Will Libertarians become the new dominating right of center party? No. Could they push for a much greater divide among Conservatives, yes-without a doubt.
I believe in the next two years we are going to witness Executive overreach by our president like nothing before. Shoot, when you have nothing to lose….go all in, right?
Obama has already waved his Executive pen wildly in the face of the American people and he is set to do it again. An additional 1500 troops are being sent to Iraqand Syriato assist against the Islamic State. He is doing this all without congressional approval…which technically makes it illegal. Obama is soon set to declare amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants without congressional approval- not adhering to the voice of the American people-because congress IS our voice.
But here’s the deal….Obama is not the first to push his executive orders on the American people, this has been going on since the beginning of the presidency. I do believe that Obama’s executive orders (those pending and those in play) will have a greater impact on the daily lives of the American people-with much more at stake, which in turn will cause greater division among the American people.
This division is going to have millions throwing their hands in the air, angry that their voice is not being heard! I believe that the actions that our president will take, could quite possibly cause for a revolt.
Why do people vote Libertarian, because they hate what they see in BOTH parties.  What is the Libertarian’s cry? It is a plea for less government intrusion, less government overreach, and definitely LESS EXECUTIVE orders.
If Republicans really want that Libertarian vote….than you have to realize changes must be made. The Establishment must bend its knee to the cry of the people. The emphasis of our Party must be LESS government overreach, IF we want that Libertarian vote.
We have to make our Conservative cause so clear and separate from that of the Democratic Party. There has to be less picking and choosing of when we want Government up in our business and when we don’t.
The two years ahead to 2016, is an uphill battle….but it’s in battle that leaders emerge and it’s in times of uncertainty that innovation is birthed.

My prayer is that we take this opportunity to display our strengths as party and not our likenesses to our opposition.