A letter to my Congressman

18 Jul

A letter to my Congressman. July 30, 2011 at 9:49pm Congressman Miller, I’m not writing this out of love or dislike of our President or even about budget practices, I’m writing this note because I am so completely and totally fed up with Washington Politics. I support the currently seated President just as the Military does, like the seated President or not – you stand behind him. If the President doesn’t get it right I’ll vote him out, but I will allow the seated President the latitude to try. The Republican party does not allow this to happen, all matters are battled on the basis of party lines. I don’t believe color or race has anything to do with it, white or black or whatever – the Republican party will grind everyone who is not Republican into the ground. Saying the other guy is doing it also is just more schoolyard antics. Politicians no longer care what we the people want; what matters to politicians is party power and the disruption of other parties power and overriding their ability via lies and siege to do the job they were sent to Washington to do. My goal is to vote against any currently elected public official in the next election. I understand the game but it is out of hand and we need a fresh inflow of untainted blood. Or at least not as tainted blood as currently seated politicians have. Your rhetoric “Miller Statement on passage of the budget control act” pasted below about Democrats not being concerned about spending and the current deficit issues is just plain manipulative lies. How could anyone not want the deficit to be reduced and even eliminated. You can spin doctor all you want but we are taking notice of what the Republican party is – a power hunger entity willing to sacrifice it’s soul for power, money and assumed prestige. It is not that difficult to figure out what is going on. The Democrats do not want to cut entailments or should I say Government spending cuts resulting in the US citizen getting screwed by its own Government. I do feel entitlements are a problem; and I mean they are a real problem, what conservative would say otherwise? However, battling this issue during a budget crisis is futile and obvious. I have completely lost respect for Republicans; you dish it out like the American people are idiots. Actually, is that not the central idea of the Democratic party? The notion they need to take care of us? I do not feel any love for Democrats but at least, if not in a skewed consensus – they are trying to take care of the people that put them in office. I am a conservative and I used to back the Republican party but you all have been embarrassing me in public to the point I have cut all ties to the Republican Party. Hard for me to believe the number one advocate of my leaning toward the Democrats is the Republican party itself. I am not a follower of politics, I have just had it from what I witness Republicans doing. A Politicians way of doing business aligns with the business sector’s top-down cut-throat screw-anyone to get rich policy. Big business has little interest in their employees other than what they can get from them. The Government is not a business and it is a bottom-up hierarchy. We the people are the ones to be calling the shots or at least that’s the way it was intended to be. I know how to read the constitution and I know how to read other documents our founding fathers wrote; what is going on in Washington has nothing to do with what the people want nor is it what our founding fathers wanted. In my 54 years alive in this world I have had my own personal battles against good and evil. The one thing I have found is the voice of good is quiet and the voice of evil is loud. I believe this is why Americans have so much trouble doing the right thing. Evil is sounding off so loudly we cannot hear what good would have us do. Perhaps you might relate to this yourself and make some changes in the way you govern that follows the path of the people who elected you. I would hope you would change because it’s the right thing to do. In all honesty I do not follow politics and I do not vote all the time. I’m referred to as “the silent majority”. Bruce Milne, Pensacola Florida – Small Business Owner, 54 years of age. ———————- Congressman Jeff Miller (R-FL-01) issued the following statement on the Budget Control Act, Balanced Budget Amendment: “Earlier this month, I voted for and the House of Representatives passed the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act. I still believe this is the most sensible solution to our fiscal crisis and the best shot at changing Washington as we know it. However, President Obama and the Democrat-controlled Senate have shown they are not serious about cutting the debt and want to continue down a reckless path with their policies of tax, spend and borrow. The Budget Control Act makes some serious spending reforms with cuts and caps totaling $917 billion over the next ten years. The bill cuts the FY2012 budget deficit by $22 billion and holds spending below FY2010 levels until FY2016, and paves the way for additional cuts. Under this legislation, taxes are not increased on America’s job creators and families, and both the House and Senate are forced to vote on a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution, which would solidify fiscal responsibility in the Constitution. While the cuts in this bill are not as deep as those in the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act, I voted for this bill because it is the first step in changing the tax, spend and borrow culture that has plagued Washington, D.C.”


One Response to “A letter to my Congressman”

  1. unncommonsense July 18, 2013 at 2:51 am #

    It’s July 17thy, 2013 and I now am afullblown Liberal due to Reoublican Politics. You all have no soul and are fully self serving. You do not care about us any longer and your goals are not those of the American People.

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