Three issues define the upcoming election

Letter to the Editor

Politicians do not create legislation, they promote it. Politicians are the handmaidens of business, banking industry and special interests who sponsor the programs we inherit. False reasonings are used in media broadcasts to move the public and control the political process for the elite.

There are three issues that define this election.

First, borders and immigration. States are defined by borders and the immigration policies. Borders means standards, limits, boundaries and if we ignore them we are subject to predatory practices.  

Second, outsourcing, offshoring and H1B1 visas. These take jobs, impoverishes people, and reduces the middle class in the interests of Wall Street and banks. Education, labor and our social order are interrelated to these progressive incentives. Corporations are beholden to banks and financial shareholders. We need to bring jobs back home and repatriate corporate dollars held overseas back home in the form of jobs.

Third, the principle of perpetual war for perpetual peace. Having a strong military makes sense, but military adventurism has cost us lives and is bankrupting society at the expense of regime change to the benefit of the war machine. Being strong has nothing to do with nation building.

Know your candidates. Vote on outcomes that benefit what we want in a nation. Pursue the interests of our people or we lose our culture and traditions. Be responsible and understand the consequences of your actions. We will have a planetary plantation economy or sovereignty, which is as American as apple pie.

Al Holden

White Bird

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