Approximately every 80 years America goes through a crisis transforming our society. The Revolutionary War, the Civil War, and the combination Great Depression and WWII are examples of this process playing out. This process was ignited again in September 2008 when the housing bubble popped.
Since then, as noted by Jim Quinn, who spent most of his career as a financial executive in the corporate world:
Trust in the political and financial system disintegrated and has further deteriorated as the ruling elite continue to loot and pillage. … (He observed) The mood of the country darkened immediately as average Americans flooded their congressmen’s websites and phone lines with a demand not to bail out the felonious Wall Street banks with $700 billion of TARP. But they ignored their supposed constituents and revealed who they are truly beholden to.
In spite of ” … central bankers issuing tens of trillions in debt, politicians spending tens of trillions supplied by taxpayers, bankers rigging financial markets, and consumers leveraging up to maintain their lifestyles … “, nothing has been fixed, even though the corrupt elites in the media and the politicians argue otherwise. The structural problems that led to the 2008 financial crisis haven’t been fixed. “If anything, they’ve gotten worse,” said economist Jacob L. Shapiro.
This matters because our current government is going to have to fix what previously had been broken. This means President Trump has to hurry up and drain the swamp and gather allies to implement free-market solutions that can restore genuine American prosperity.
People like Indiana candidates Mike Braun, Dr. Richard Moss, Diego Morales, Stephen MacKenzie, Rep. Jim Banks, and Trey Hollingsworth must be questioned. We don’t want to replace corrupt leaders, who don’t listen to us and only advance their interests, with like-minded individuals.
Ask Mike Braun if he will vote for Fed governors that manipulate markets and artificially set interest rates. Ask Dr. Moss if he’ll work to repeal bail in legislation that’ll take your money to save the banks. We don’t want to repeat past mistakes that brought us down before.