Monthly Archives: September 2009

I Am Angry

I am angry.

Angry that our country has become a place where we believe it is okay to give money away to people in return for nothing.  In fact, the more “nothing” one does, the more money they will receive.

I am angry that our country has elected a President whom we are still not certain was actually born an American citizen.  Should we not be certain, without a shadow of doubt, that this is true before we even allow a person to run for the office of President of the United States?

I am angry that Americans have become so immune to “politics” that it does not faze them when a man/woman who represents our country is charged with embezzlement, fraud, DUI, adultery, etc… and I am even more surprised when that man/woman is reelected back into office.

I am angry that the people of America, the land of the free, would elect a man who wants to take away our RIGHT to choose the healthcare plan we want.

I am angry that Americans do not take care of their own.  If believers (christians) across America and the world were doing what we were called to do, there would be no need for welfare, homeless shelters, or any other government funding to take care of these people.

I am angry that people believe everything they read or hear and do not find out information for themselves.  I am angry that this leads to misinformed voters (in all parties), misinformed conversations, and a misinformed America.

I am angry that we elect selfish congressmen and women who attach amendments to bills for their own selfish gains.

I am angry that more Americans are not angry.