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  • Writer's pictureLeRoy Cossette

Walmart Verses Federal Government $$$$$$$

Today, Americans spend $36,000,000 at Walmart every hour of every day, which works out to $20,928 profit every minute. Walmart will sell more from January 1 to St. Patrick's Day (March 17th) than Target sells all year. It is bigger than Home Depot, Kroger, Target, Sears, Costco, and K-Mart combined. It employs 1.6 million people and is the world's largest private employer.


Wal-Mart is the largest company in the history of the world. Wal-Mart sells more food than Kroger and Safeway combined and more than any other store in the world, all of which they accomplished in only fifteen years.


During 2022, over seven billion different purchasing experiences occurred at Wal-Mart stores. (Earth's population is approximately 6.5 billion.) Wal-Mart has approximately 3,900 stores in the United States, of which 1,906 are Super Centers; this is one thousand more than it had five years ago. Ninety percent of all Americans live within fifteen miles of a Wal-Mart.

 

Maybe “We the People” should hire those who run Walmart to fix our economic problems. This Wal-Mart success should be recognized by all patriotic Americans: Democrats, Republicans, and Independents, as well as every voting member of the House of Representatives and the United States Senate. Given the above information, it is time for Congress members to reconsider their performance record on behalf of the people.


Consider, for instance, Congress’ performance relating to:

 

Ø  The United States Postal Service, established in 1775, has been under Congress's purview for two hundred forty-six years. Yet, it remains in disarray. The cost of stamps is set to increase, but the reliability of the service is questionable. This is just one instance of the federal government's inefficiency that we, patriotic Americans, should not accept.

 

Ø  The Social Security Administration was established in 1935, giving Congress eighty-six years to get it right, but it is still broken and dysfunctional. Congress confiscates $1 trillion of your money each year to subsidize the War on Poverty Act, and they want more. This program is on the threshold of bankruptcy, yet Congress cannot find the courage to make critical amendments to ensure it remains solvent.

 

Ø  Fannie Mae was established in 1938, giving Congress seventy-one years to get it

right. However, they have yet to make Fannie Mae work in the manner it was

intended. This program needs to be abolished as it is an unconstitutional failed

venture.

 

Ø  The War on Poverty Act was established in 1964. Congress has had fifty-seven years

to correct this unconstitutional initiative but has failed miserably. The Act's intent has

never been productive in meeting its purpose, yet Congress continues to waste

money to support it.

 

Ø  Medicare and Medicaid were established in 1965. Congress has had fifty-six years to

fix these two programs, yet they remain broken and overly costly to American

taxpayers.

 

Ø  Freddie Mac was established in 1970. Congress has had fifty-one years to make this

program work right, yet it remains broken.

 

Ø  The Department of Energy was created in 1977 to lessen our dependence on foreign

oil. It has ballooned to 16,000 employees and a budget of $24 billion annually. With

the inauguration of Joe “The Big Guy” Biden, we have shut down all of our country's

fossil fuel production capabilities, and we are now fully dependent on the importation

of energy fuel to meet our needs from hostile foreign governments. After forty-four

years of trying to get it right, the Department of Energy is an abysmal failure and a

hindrance.

 

Maybe it's time that “We the People” hold a Convention of States under Article V of the Convention to streamline the federal government and achieve the same level of competency as Walmart and many other private-sector businesses.

 

Our problem, which can be corrected by convening a Convention of States, is that, on average, eighty-five percent of incumbents from both parties are routinely re-elected. In the 2022 elections, three hundred and ninety-seven members of the House of Representatives ran for reelection, and three hundred and thirty-nine won their elections.

 

The United States Senate had an almost identical rate of winning back their Senate seats. Twenty-five incumbent Senators ran for reelection, and twenty-one won their reelection.

 

This scenario repeats itself election after election, leaving “We the People” forgotten as these individuals accumulate seniority, influence, power, and wealth. Individuals serving in Congress who fit this situation have come to believe they are there as royalty, and “We the People” are no more than servants expected to bend to the dictates of these Washington elites.

 

The Washington Bureaucracy (the swamp) has become so emboldened that they believe they will not be removed from their positions regardless of their competency or willingness to protect and follow the Constitution, work for their constituents, and implement the changes promised during their campaigns. 


One wonders, given all the detrimental negative aspects of our federal government, how much longer it will take for America to wake up to our Marxist reality and join forces to bring about change.


The change will not come about by reelecting the same corrupt politicians or new politicians who will only succumb to the corruption of Washington, D.C., but rather change that can only be brought about by "We the People" utilizing Article V of the Constitution.

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American Insanity not only addresses information such as presented above but information regarding the depth of corruption that exists within our federal government—all of which is rapidly propelling our constitutional republic to suicide as a sovereign Nation.


"American Insanity" presents not only the critical issues at play in our Nation but also the only solutions that can save our Constitutional Republic, our heritage, and our culture.

 

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