Editor,

This letter is an attempt (by a “deplorable”/me) to express my persuasion on our government processes in the context of its operation so far in the 21st century. In prefacing my evaluation, I would again like to quote from two U.S. historical figures, the first being that of the disgraced former director of the FBI, J. Edgar Hoover, for his involvement in that unconscionable unconstitutional fraud known as the Warren Commission in the 1960s, “The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.” The second is that from that democratic socialist, candidate for California governor 1934, Upton Sinclair, “It’s difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on him not understanding it.”

So, Nancy, I am sure you can remember then President Bill “I did not have sex with that woman” Clinton speaking metaphorically about “Building a Bridge to the 21st century” by repealing The Glass Stegal Act and then in the last six hours of his presidency pardoning via Eric Holder, (Mark Rich) the largest income tax cheater in U.S. history, and concurrent with the above referenced actions our national debt was just under $6 trillion. And here we are today, after 19 years into the 21st century and burning through an additional $16 trillion ($22 trillion) the American people have been subjected to the likes of President G.W. Bush, wherein Iraq allegedly had weapons of mass destruction and then during the financial crisis of 2007-08, instead of pushing the banks into bankruptcy, G.W. stated, “We have to destroy the free market in order to save the free market,” saddling Americans with unconstitutional, too-big-to-fail banks, and then suffocating our economy ever since, with central bank quantitative easing forever. Next we have eight years of the first foreign born American president, President Obama, who was an Islamic centrist who not only used cheap rhetoric throughout his terms, but he had always misused big words such as freedom, justice and democracy as cover for policies of the exact opposite, hence he has forever willed the good and worked the bad, i.e. Fast and Furious Eric Holder and the ATF giving guns to El Chapo, et. al. Deferred prosecution of HSBC, Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch, James Comey, for laundering El Chapo’s illegal drug cash, the Benghazi massacre, Lois Lerner, the IRS, and the stealing of Obama’s reelection, and lastly the Hillary Clinton email scandal, leaving The Clinton Foundation as the largest unprosecuted charitable fraud in U.S. history, meanwhile the Mexican cartel bribed/flooded the state with illegals, culminating in the theft of the State of California from its people.

But be that as it may, in my assessment, you and your cohorts have lost the lessons of a thousand years of human experience consistent with man’s nature and dignity and that of a sound society, to regard it as an essential part of a reasonable and responsible way of life, not to live from hand to mouth, to restrain impatience, self-indulgence and improvidence, to think of tomorrow, not to live beyond one’s means, to provide for the vicissitudes of life, to try to balance income with expenditure, and to try to live one’s life as a consistent and coherent whole, extending beyond death to one’s descendants rather than a series of brief moments of enjoyment followed by the headaches of the morning after. And finally, Nancy, your conspicuous departure from this standard has always and everywhere been censured by sound societies as shiftless, spendthrift and disreputable and has carried with it the disgust, as living as a parasite, of being incompetent and irresponsible. Let’s burn that bridge, shall we, Nancy?

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