What’s wrong with U.S.

Where is the government of which we were so proud? And where the country that stood out high above the crowd?

Where is the government of which we were so proud?

And where the country that stood out high above the crowd?

Its freedoms and opportunity of which all would see –

That’s the place we want to be!

But its Attorney General whose record’s not so hot

As he picks and chooses laws to enforce … or not.

Or his FBI filing charges, smearing reputations of those opposing,

To be found baseless after the ballot count closing.

A Secretary of State refusing protection for Benghazi diplomatic posting.

And deferring to U.N. our constitutional Right To Bear Arms attaining.

A Treasury Secretary whose IRS tramples constitutional Rights of Free Speech.

An HHS Secretary wasting millions on a non-American firm the Obamacare to teach.

The Secretary of Veterans Affairs failing critical Veteran’s life-saving task.

A President paying merely lip service to Global Warming if asked,

while costing taxpayers Billions trading “Green” to win votes.

Or his push of citizenship for illegal Aliens to garner their votes?

Will Puerto Rico be his next offer of statehood and votes?

Why has this President issued Executive Order for Martial Law?

Anticipating civil violence and takeover as in other countries we saw.

And why the Home Defense Department with a billion bullets armed.

For the previous automatic weapons for protection from being harmed?

What new government scandals in months that will follow?

More than the public can possibly swallow?

Paul Hanway

Sequim

 

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