A lot of people avoid politics because it seems so complex. And there are plenty of people who make it that way on purpose to keep those very same people from getting involved. If you are not involved you are more likely to buy into the nonsense or not pay much attention. But I’m here today to make it as simple as I can. It’s Friday. Things should be simple on Friday.
So here we go.
New Hampshire Democrats want to raise your taxes. (Just look at 2007-2010 if you doubt me.) They are convinced that the government needs the money more than you do and with Democrats the government always comes first. So the first thing they do is spend it, then find ways to tax it out of you.
Most New Hampshire Republicans would disagree. While there are some things government could do, can do, and maybe even should do, none of them take priority over you and your family, or your job or your business. And that is on the good days. In this economy we really don’t need to add to the cost of unnecessary government which is why the Republicans cut spending and the deficit, and cut unnecessary taxes and still balanced the budget, rather than taking money from you to do it. They wanted you to keep more of your own money, especially in these trying fiscal times.
Now the Democrats will say that this kind of thinking will hurt the “least fortunate among us.” I suppose it might do that, but what if it makes you less fortunate in the process? Democrats will tell you that this won’t happen but how do you know they’re not just saying that so they can take your money? We know for a fact that they want to raise taxes. All kinds of taxes that affect everyone.
They want your money.
But who is really better equipped to make decisions about your money, you or Democrats in Concord? I think you are better equipped, and I think most Republicans would agree that you are not only smarter about your money than the Democrats, but that you are more caring than any faceless government and will give or do what you can to help causes you believe in, causes without political agendas, and all without the need for any costly regulations or expensive bureaucrats who just make your donations worth that much less before they ever reach those so-called ‘least fortunate among us.’
So it really is that simple. Vote for New Hampshire Republicans and you keep more of your money; you can save it, invest it, donate it or spend it on what is important to you, your family, and your community. Vote for New Hampshire Democrats and they will write laws–lots of them if history is any guide–to pry as much money away from you as they can, so that they can spend it on what is important to them.
So when it comes to your money is it about what is important to you, the person who earned it, or what is more important to them, Democrats who are trying to take it from you?
All that other stuff, the politics,… that is just noise so you wont see them passing laws that make it legal for them to pick your pockets.
You are reading "New Hampshire Republicans v. New Hampshire Democrats- Simplified" by Steve Mac Donald originally posted at GraniteGrok.com.(Home)