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  • j_owley j_owley Aug 12, 2010 7:59 PM Flag

    QE : the Queasy Easy

    Bounty it does not matter who you would put into office. Whoever is put into office cannot and is not able to fix the problems at hand.

    The reason: Either the person, who is elected into office, is so tied up in red tape he cannot make any good changes or he is corruped while in office with the same effect.

    "it does not belong to man who is walking even to direct his step" (from Jeremiah 10:23) Man does not have the ability to successfully govern him self. This is why all efforts allways seem to fail and no one is happy.

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    • J_owley - Would you suggest to get rid of congress so whoever in power will not be tied up on anything, will govern, make changes and fix the current problem? That will open up for "Dictatorship".

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      • Who_dat

        All places need some form of government. They provide some semblence of order.

        But to put ones complete trust into something that can only fail only leads to disapointment. Always hoping that the next guy will do better only to fail and start the frustration over again.

        "Do not put YOUR trust in nobles, Nor in the son of earthling man, to whom no salvation belongs" (Pslams 146:3)

        In a nut shell, we will be the recipients of the bad choices of those in charge and in control, and us little guys will allways get it in the shorts and pay the price.

        Until the change comes from above (Daniel 2:44)

 
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