The State of the Union Speech
- An environment of imbalance
- Families are paying much more
- Talk about how everything “should” be getting better
We will discuss the State of the Union Speech. You’ve heard the saying, “The definition of insanity is doing the same things over and over expecting a different result.” That sums up your nation, regardless of anything politicians or commentators said last night.
The U.S. and the world is experiencing an environment of imbalance. It’s the same worn out talk about how well the economy is doing, that jobs are increasing, that unemployment is coming down, that people are in better shape with Obamacare, and the rich will soon have to pay more taxes. Yet, everything Congress or the President does tends to favor the rich, or large corporations who pay no taxes, and block new jobs.
How many new jobs would a new oil pipeline project create? Yet politicians fight it. How many people who were promised better and affordable healthcare cannot afford the premiums? Now, they have no healthcare and their old healthcare provider cancelled them. Those who can afford it, instead of paying less per year for healthcare, they are paying much more.
Yes, the only happy news is cheap gas, which won’t be around long. In fact, future prices for oil will surpass any previous highs. Don’t be surprised if you see five dollar gas prices at the pumps sometime this year. So, while politicians and the news talk about how everything “should” be getting better it isn’t for most people. You will see a continued effort by politicians to derail any new plans to create jobs, control the borders, and get those who should be paying taxes to do so.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That a State of the Union speech is just like a campaign speech – nothing promised ever happens, in fact, the opposite does.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because people are at a point where they are vulnerable, which makes them susceptible to wanting and needing to believe any news that may give them a glimmer of hope.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: You must live frugally and do things to stay well on your own and prepare for a difficult time economically.
COMMENTARY: Since people can’t handle the truth (more bad news) those who run the country and report (repeat) the news are telling them what they so desperately are needing to believe. It’s like grabbing onto a sinking life raft. It’s all summed up in the last answer above, “You must live frugally and do things to stay well on your own and prepare for a difficult time economically.” Time is short, so stop your wishful thinking and get prepared now. If you have any questions about what it is you need to do we can help you with that.