A wise saying states, “When we point a finger at others… there are three more pointing back at us!”
America has never or ever will have a President that often points the blame finger at others, as does President Obama. Since taking office, the world has heard President Obama day after day blame anything and everything for his failures — even our former President Bush.
However, we eventually see through the fallacies in his speeches (readings) after we wait for truth to surface – as it always does. President Obama is rooted in Veritaphobic religions that serve to teach their members how to become emotional instead of logical. Such actions create people who prefer tossing fact and truth out the door but believing anything and everything that suits his or her needs and get emotional about it.
Thus, if a Veritaphobic member believes they can fly, then there is no room for argument. They get in the face of opposition and yell until they shout them down. No, the silence doesn’t prove their point, but instead they falsely believe the silence is a victory for their cause. However, within moments, days, or weeks, an explosion of fact and truth hit to expose the fact these members can’t fly. Now, with a willing “State-run Media” in their pockets, there will be no cameras, tape recorders, or on scene reporting of the facts. This leaves the public to believe falsely that members of the Veritaphobic religions can really fly.
Today, America has a President that can do nothing wrong – in his own and political party eyes, points his blame finger at everyone else, and a Media that could care less about fact and truth. Perhaps this scenario best visualizes the urgent critical crisis in America that must create change and hope.
When the news of Hal Jackson’s death reached our family this week, it dawned upon us that President Obama would point his blame finger at this great radio pioneer entrepreneur as an enemy of the State, too. Then others like Elijah McCoy, George Washington Carver, Madam C. J. Walker, Otis Boykin, Dr. Patricia E. Bath, Lewis Latimer, Lonnie G. Johnson, Lonnie G. Johnson, Garrett Morgan, Carlos Slim, and other successful entrepreneurs came to mind. All of these great people having one fact in common… they never waited for a Government handout to succeed.
Meanwhile, the news is beginning to filter in from non-traditional media resources that Wisconsin is seeing a major turn-a-round in their financial and employment debacle thrust upon its citizens by Labor Unions and years of Democrat rule. In addition, we are receiving news other States that have curtailed Labor Union rules and Democrat Party tax and spend attitudes.
In addition, US Democrat Congressional Members refuse to accept these facts but continue to hold upon their Veritaphobic religious beliefs that taxes, controls, big government, more spending, increased political powers, and the destruction of business, personal wealth, employment, and sound financial principles is their way to nirvana! What’s amazing is how they continually use their charm to fool the masses about their true intent. However, for non-Veritaphobics, God teaches us an important lesson about these sorts: Matthew 7:15 Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.
After multiple studies of common themes that run through successful minorities, here is some insight that might prove valuable as we face the massive issues confronting this Great Nation.
Most wealthy minorities state they feel these character traits should be a part of everyone’s philosophies…
- control spending
- never considered winning the lottery
- take financial risk but don’t be stupid
- work hard and long hours
- never feel rich
- never flaunt wealth
- be frugal bargain hunters
- defer gratification today to create a better tomorrow
- have a “nose” for financial opportunity
- be good at getting and processing information and discount misinformation
- be independent thinkers that believe in their own decision-making abilities
- be politically conservative in financial matters
- be liberal toward people, philanthropy, and charity
- be serious about God and family responsibilities
- be highly money motivated and prefer money to material items and/or things
- hate paying taxes
- favor direct ownership of assets they can control
- be ready and willing to invest access funds into other business ventures and real estate
- be driven to aggressively increase wealth
- be willing to take controlled risks, especially with some personal involvement
- seek to decrease personal financial exposure in business and investment deals
- prefer using “Other People’s Money” to enhance their own wealth
- be driven to primarily build financial security for their families and loved ones
- offer an excellent education for children
- fear family failures
- fear the IRS, taxes, and tax return audits
- fear losing all of their money and power (particularly strong among people who grew up in poverty)
- fear loss of assets as a result of an “unwarranted” lawsuit or government confiscation
- be dedicated toward minimizing taxes
- be driven to avoid mistakes at all costs
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Wake up America! We must rid this Nation of all the Veritaphobics that falsely believe the solution to anything is big government, higher taxes, and more spending!