Congress Racket

In the real working world where people awake at 6AM to scoot the kids off to school and drive themselves to a job that pays minimum wage, life is all about how much money do I have to make just to break even, feed the kids and pay the bills.

Bills are what most people try to avoid and for good reason.  The majority of the time, however much money you borrow, you will pay it back double and that’s if you are lucky.  Wouldn’t it be nice to write a bill to someone else so they can pay you for a change and for that income to be tax free?

Charities used to be a place where people could donate money and they just knew that they were helping someone that needed it.  The world has changed and non-profits, as most people are learning, are businesses that make huge TAX FREE profits.  You hear them shout: help the children, help the poor, help the needy, HELP THE ANIMALS.    All of those reasons to donate to a charity and not one dime of it is taxed.

That would be fine in everyone’s book if the money really went to helping the cause that they brag about helping.  Helping themselves to your pocketbook is more like the correct answer in most cases and in more ways than one.  Not only are they taking your money by donations, they are taking your money through the taxes that you pay in your paycheck to your government.  Who wouldn’t take 2 for 1!  The Government’s paycheck comes right out of your check every Friday and don’t you complain about it because they are going to take it come hell or high water!

Taxes.  A hot under-the-collar topic.  But, don’t get upset yet.  You don’t know the whole story!  Bills are sent from “non-profit” charities to the government to be approved by your Congressmen to be PAID BY YOUR TAX DOLLARS to create the problems that the charities say they are trying to solve.  What a racket.  Someone once said “crime doesn’t pay.”  They were correct.  So the criminals got smart and made A con job legal.

Anyone remember the cartoon about how a bill is passed into law?  It’s called schoolhouse rock  READ IT.  It is cute but take it seriously.  Non-profits are taking your donated money, using it to elect Senators that will take their money to write bills that will pay the charity.  Congress passes those bills and the non-profits get paid to start the cycle over and over again.  BILLS are an INVOICE.  Remember!  Paying the bills out of YOUR POCKET by using your tax dollars to do it.  The Humane Society of the United States is a perfect, and I mean perfect,  example.  HSUS gets paid every year on a minimum of 1000 bills! That they have had their friendly Congressmen pass in Congress to pay with YOUR tax dollars.

Senators know about this.  They have all been told.  The Department of Justice, The Internal Revenue Service has been told.  Not one of your elected officials are taking this problem seriously!  Why?  Probably because they don’t want to lose the job that you are paying them to do.  Anyone that stands up to the Humane Society of the United States gets murdered in the press.  Senators depend on good public relations to get re-elected.  The Humane Society of the United states IS BEING SUED FOR RACKETEERING!  Racketeering is a FEDERAL CRIME.  Senators, who are paid $200,000 a year out of YOUR POCKET,  writing bills to put money in the pocket of an organization that is known for paying witnesses!  You are paying Senators to associate with criminals that are paying lawyers to fight a racketeering suit where they paid a witness with YOUR DONATED MONEY, $190,000 to LIE!  And has our President done anything about this?  OBVIOUSLY, THE ANSWER WOULD BE NO!

You want to stop the cycle?  Send your Congressmen a Christmas Card and tell them STOP paying Bills given to them by The Humane Society of the United States.  Tell your Senator that you will stand behind him/her if they will STOP THE HSUS.  Any answer other than they will help you STOP the HSUS, the reply will be “then you will NOT be re-elected!”

JUST A BILL?!

Boy: Woof! You sure gotta climb a lot of steps to get to this Capitol Building here in Washington. But I wonder who that sad little scrap of paper is?

I’m just a bill.

Yes, I’m only a bill.

And I’m sitting here on Capitol Hill.

Well, it’s a long, long journey

To the capital city.

It’s a long, long wait

While I’m sitting in committee,

But I know I’ll be a law someday

At least I hope and pray that I will,

But today I am still just a bill.

Boy: Gee, Bill, you certainly have a lot of patience and courage.

Bill: Well I got this far. When I started, I wasn’t even a bill, I was just an idea. Some folks back home decided they wanted a law passed, so they called their local Congressman and he said, “You’re right, there oughta be a law.” Then he sat down and wrote me out and introduced me to Congress. And I became a bill, and I’ll remain a bill until they decide to make me a law.

I’m just a bill

Yes I’m only a bill,

And I got as far as Capitol Hill.

Well, now I’m stuck in committee

And I’ll sit here and wait

While a few key Congressmen discuss and debate

Whether they should let me be a law.

How I hope and pray that they will,

But today I am still just a bill.

Boy: Listen to those congressmen arguing! Is all that discussion and debate about you?

Bill: Yeah, I’m one of the lucky ones. Most bills never even get this far. I hope they decide to report on me favourably, otherwise I may die.

Boy: Die?

Bill: Yeah, die in committee. Oooh, but it looks like I’m gonna live! Now I go to the House of Representatives, and they vote on me.

Boy: If they vote yes, what happens?

Bill: Then I go to the Senate and the whole thing starts all over again.

Boy: Oh no!

Bill: Oh yes!

I’m just a bill

Yes, I’m only a bill

And if they vote for me on Capitol Hill

Well, then I’m off to the White House

Where I’ll wait in a line

With a lot of other bills

For the president to sign

And if he signs me, then I’ll be a law.

How I hope and pray that he will,

But today I am still just a bill.

Boy: You mean even if the whole Congress says you should be a law, the president can still say no?

Bill: Yes, that’s called a veto. If the President vetoes me, I have to go back to Congress and they vote on me again, and by that time you’re so old…

Boy: By that time it’s very unlikely that you’ll become a law. It’s not easy to become a law, is it?

Bill: No!

But how I hope and I pray that I will,

But today I am still just a bill.

Congressman (The Humane Society of the United States; Wayne Pacelle): He signed you, Bill! Now you’re a law!

Bill: Oh yes!!!

Billions and Billions of dollars move through the government every year.  12 MILLION Children are starving in the United States and who does our government feed?  People in other countries that don’t contribute to our society.  Millions of animals in shelters starving and in some of the most inhumane conditions I have ever seen.  Does the Humane Society of the United States help those animals?  Are you kidding?  Less than 1% of any of the $250 MILLION dollars that they have stashed away goes to “helping” those animals.  They think “helping” is ripping their reproductive organs out of their bodies, spay/neuter or giving them a needle to “put them to sleep.”

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s