A large portion of the population has learned the government is the cause of most problems

Today when you talk to people about current events such as expensive medicine and healthcare or poor/unsafe education you seem to get the same answers from almost everyone but over the years another point-of-view has been emerging. When i came across this was in 2008 during the Presidential Election debates. I watched a presidential candidate explain something the CIA shared with the public called, 'blow-back'. 'Blow-back' rebuts the politicians' lies for attacks like "they attack us because we are free and prosperous and they are against democracy because after all that is what are intentions are" that is untrue, the real reason they attack us is because we are over there propping up military bases and killing their self-elected leaders.

 

 When you talk to most people about our abysmal educational institutes they agree that obviously it's because the schools just don't have enough money so we need more funds desperately for the school.On average, it costs $10,615 to send a kid to public school for a year. (That's federal, state and local government spending combined.) Kids are forced to suffer through 18 years of the same nonsense before they can finally be free from the prison-like institutes. If i gave you check of $180,000 for each child you had i am sure you would be more than able to provide a much better education than those public schools because most of the money is tied up in bureaucracies and they are not taught to the students full potential. In school you learn that throughout history we would be doomed without government restrictions and protection. In real life you see laws getting passed only for the benefit of a few and much more. ( www.freehistorycourse.com helped me learn the history people don't get in schools) Tom Woods makes a point that if a company such as Wal-mart were in charge of the public education with those poor results and institutes we would never hear the end of it. Since it's the governments' what they say is that it needs even more funding because the budget is just too tight. The department of education should be abolished and government should stay out of the way of teachers trying to teach our children.

When it comes to healthcare in the U.S the government has placed numerous expenses (licenses, permits, taxes and regulatory agencies all increase the cost to produce products/services thus increasing the price for the consumer)on every section they can possibly imagine. This isn't the best way to run an efficient healthcare system which is a reason why the new point-of-view has emerged and growing rapidly. The idea that we don't need to be threatened into making decisions regarding our own body. Get rid of the FDA so patients that are suffering from diseases may try drugs that are new and may have not been approved yet by private agencies that conduct safety tests for drugs. Today when you talk to people about current events such as expensive medicine
and healthcare or poor/unsafe education you seem to get the same answers from almost
everyone but over the years another point-of-view has been emerging. When i came
across this was in 2008 during the Presidential Election debates. I watched a presidential
candidate explain something the CIA shared with the public called, 'blow-back'. 'Blow-
back' rebuts the politicians' lies for attacks like "they attack us because we are free and
prosperous and they are against democracy because after all that is what are intentions
are" that is untrue, the real reason they attack us is because we are over there propping up
military bases and killing their self-elected leaders.
Talking to most, people agree that our education system institutes are abysmal due
to the fact that the schools don’t have enough money, that we desperately need more
funds for our schools. On average, it costs $10,615 to send a kid to public school for a
year. (That's federal, state and local government spending combined.) Kids are forced to
suffer through 18 years of the same nonsense before they can finally be free from the
prison-like institutes.With $180,000, for each child, you would be able to provide much
better education than public schools. This is due to the fact that public schools money is
tied up in bureaucracies and they do not teach to the students full potential. In school you
learn that throughout history we would be doomed without government restrictions and
protection. In real life you see laws getting passed only for the benefit of a few. This
history that wasn't taught to me in school i learned at www.freehistorycourse.com . Tom
Woods makes a point that if a company such as Wal-mart were in charge of the public
education with those poor results and institutes we would never hear the end of it. Due to
the fact that its the governments responsibility people say that there isn't enough funding
because the budget is just too tight. The department of education should be abolished and
government should stay out of the way of teachers trying to teach our children.
When it comes to healthcare in the U.S the government has placed numerous
expenses on every section they can possibly imagine. These expenses include: licenses,
permits, taxes and regulatory agencies that all increase the cost to produce products/
services thus increasing the price for the consumer. This isn't the best way to run an
efficient healthcare system. In order to provide a better healthcare system we need to get
rid of the FDA so patients that are suffering from diseases may try drugs that are new and
may have not been approved yet by private agencies that conduct safety tests for drugs.
Because of our poor healthcare system a new point-of-view has emerged and is growing
rapidly.


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