Congress that is nothing but Trouble

Posted on September 20, 2013. Filed under: Blogroll | Tags: , , , , |

    Well it is that time of the year again where the members of the Senate and House of the United States Congress refuse to work together and aim for a government shutdown because of Obamacare. The new health care law is for many appears to be an unpopular option and for members of the do nothing congress it is a perfect target to forward their agendas.

While I am too affected by the upcoming changes of Obamacare; I believe that it will help with the spiraling costs of healthcare and even the medications that we all use. Congress of course is facing the fact they would have to drop the free healthcare they get and they don’t like it. They are even trying to get themselves exempt along with their staff members. One dummy Republican Phil Gingrey of Georgia while involved with discussions over the healthcare law bitched about his salary being too low as a member of Congress. He makes $172,000 a year as my representative; however he now wants to be elected to the Senate. No cookie for you, my vote will go towards someone more worthy and perhaps more reliable. Anyone who thinks THAT is not enough money does not need to be in Congress either as a representative or even as a senator.

I have been looking towards a newcomer named Michelle Nunn, who perhaps has some better sense and who father served in the Senate, Senator Sam Nunn –D-Georgia, who as a Democrat served with distinction and gave the citizens of Georgia and the United States a great service. Should we as the American people start looking at the new comers to replace those that are now in Congress that refuses to give us a budget that will make the United States stable so that the rest of the world is comfortable? I believe that is the case and I would hope that those that have incumbents will consider their removal from office by the power of the vote.

We can send the emails or even better put pen to paper and start writing letters and mailing them in droves; since this would benefit the US Postal Service send a letter to the Do-Nothing Senator or Representatives office in your home state and then send another to their office in Washington too. Drive them crazy (and make their staff work) by sending the letters certified mail, return receipt requested. We of course should send some boxes of tissues to that cry baby representative from Ohio, John Boehner a Republican from Ohio who as Speaker of the Do-Nothing House while passing Senator Harry Reid –R-NV, publicly told Senator Reid to “Go F**K himself”, and continued on his way past the startled Reid. Frankly, seeing this kind of behavior makes me wonder if Boehner needs to have a psychological examination by a doctor. Saying that, I am sure Phil Gingrey who is a doctor but one who practices medicine and not psychology would have someone in mind who can give him one; of course at no charge. The bill would be footed onto the American people.

There are other problems too with the threat of a government shutdown. There is a grim possibility that the men and women of the United States Armed Forces will not have a paycheck when this shutdown takes place. I ponder if Congress would change their mind if some dependents show up at their offices with bills that are due and that cannot be paid because of their actions? Would they the Do-Nothings open their checkbooks and pay the bills? Probably not, and they would send them off to agencies that are shut down because of their stupidity and lack of proper leadership. I ask others facing the probability of a shutdown; should we continue to have these childish actions shape our daily lives or plan on looking forward to electing someone who will respect the office and the people who have sent them there and do a job that has to be done no matter what their party affiliation? I would hope that many will decide to remove the Do-Nothings and those who seem to think that their $172,000 yearly salary is a mere pittance and send one who will work.

Of course besides our own idiots from Georgia in Washington being dumb and crying about their salary we have our Georgia Governor, Nathan Deal-R, who decide not to help the citizens of Georgia in getting healthcare. Instead of setting up a Healthcare Exchange in Georgia; the snake-eye governor now looking for a second term refused President Obama’s Healthcare Law and with the head of Georgia’s Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph T. Hudgens-R refused to put up any information on any Georgia website that can be easily found to help their citizens get the needed healthcare that many should get. Governor Deal who has faced a couple of ethics investigations and campaign violations by the skin of his teeth, is up for reelection in 2014 needs to be nudged none too gently out of office for his lack of leadership. I expect more ethics investigations to be carried out not by the appointed individuals but perhaps by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation as there have been reports that some incriminating reports were ordered removed by a woman named Holley LaBerge who is head of the Georgia Ethics Commission, and as she once exclaimed “I own the Governor”, Ms. LaBerge that is one agency that you cannot “OWN”.

Everyone have a great weekend and of course stock up for the government shut down/lockdown again. I am sure the childishness will continue.

Stephen E Sauls

Chamblee, GA.

    


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