Blame it on the next Person!

We are human beings who let the premise of our pride dictate our acceptance to culpability with deniability and manipulation of the truth. In the “Garden of Eden” the place of Adam’s expulsion, when he and Eve his wife, eaten from the forbidden fruit. Genesis chapter 3:8-12 and it reads, 8 And they heard the voice of the Lord God walking in the garden in the cool of the day: and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the Lord God amongst the trees of the garden. 9 And the Lord God called unto Adam, and said unto him, “Where art thou?” 10 And he said, “I heard thy voice in the garden, and I was afraid, because I was naked; and I hid myself.” 11 And he said, “Who told thee that thou was naked? Hast thou eaten of the tree, whereof I commanded thee that thou shouldest not eat?” 12 And the man said, “The woman whom thou gavest to be with me, she gave me of the tree, and I did eat.”

The question asked in the biblical exchange between Adam and the Lord God was emblematic and of an interrogative nature, but Adam answer it with an accusatory responds. He blame God and the woman for his actions, he had taken with his disobedience to God’s command. It is in our blood to find a scapegoat regardless the obvious. When I listen to the tonality in Washington over the reason we are in this mess this country faces, it remind me of the failure of Adam, for not holding his appointed position God given him; when he said, “To have dominion over the earth.” Today, we produce this blame it on the other person attitude that eschews the value of dissension, others may have in our actions. One man cannot be the sole failure to our present conditions, because he is not the King of United States, but the President of United States. That type of hierarchy starts from other internal executors that can over-ride Obama’s true convictions from proven it to be immoral or unconstitutional through jurisdictional challenges. We see this happening with the healthcare policy that many republican governors are challenging right now in many states.

I had studied the debt clock and the local debt has surpassed the federal debt burdens on this country, yet the mayors get off scot-free from having any blame to our economic decline. To dissect all of the formidable conclusions of our governmental bureaucratic positions, we must keep an open-mind on how the government works within a democracy. We are responsible to elect our representatives of our government system with the empowerment to produce laws freely and collectively that will serve the interest of our ethical, environmental, jurisdictional, economical, and foreign exchange of goods, service and monetary solvency that will stabilize a society. Every part of the system gets devise into parts that will help provide immediate attention to the citizens at-large. It starts from top to bottom, which is comprise of Executive, Legislative and Judicial template in a National, State and Local fiat throughout our entire system.

The template is a functionality network that repeats its order in every sector of government. Our National template produces federal levels that include the President, State Representatives, and the Supreme Court. The next powers-that-be, are the States’ template producing levels are the Governor, Local Representatives and State Supreme Court. The next level includes the Mayor, Local Representatives, and the Local Courts. Notice how each levels of the government system repeats the same order in its template, except under a lower level within the internal ranks of the hierarchy. The higher you climb the ladder the less interaction each positions has with the people at-large. President Obama can have all of the best ideas in the world for this country, by the time the system deludes the full value of that idea, in a trickle-down network of government, it is less effective for the average citizen. The President has the power of the Nation, the Governors have the power of the States, and the Mayors have the power of the Cities.

I know that the President Powers can control the directional outcome of this country, but when you have too many dissenters within the rank of government, it asphyxiate the power of any executor. The people have to become a proponent of what would work for this country, by applying pressure on the local levels of government who are the deterrent to the prosperity of this country just for political fervor of special interest. Rick Perry gave a stump speech where he incited, “that the reason he wanted to run for president, is because the military has to have respect for the leader they serve.” That was not only a trifling and disrespectable statement towards the character of the executive position of the office of president; it implies that our military men and women are disobedient to their superior hierarchies. Never in my lifetime have I ever heard such gross disrespect for the sacred office that our founding fathers erected. The President been called “tar-baby,” “Monkey,” “Non-American,” and other incendiaries I cannot repeat. When you downgrade the echelon of the “Oval Office” then you denigrate the overall perspective on the way it will look for the future.

No matter how many bigots come out of the woodwork because we elected a black man to run their “White House,” this is United States of America, and the heart and soul belongs to the Immigrants, African Americans, and Native Americans who fought and died for this country, and still dying for this country as we speak. The TEA Party and all of the racist representatives who are out to divide this country will fail, because some of my best friends are of all ethnic backgrounds, and I believe in their love for me and this country, as well as my love for them and this country. This country has a story to tell and your blame it on the next person system will not be part of our legacy that are written in the pages of our democracy. You may want your country back by trying to snuff-out the middle class with austerity and draconian cuts in programs that our taxes paid for. This country will never let us go back to enslave policies that will make us work for less than minimum wages. Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann and the far-right Representatives of the TEA Party can care less what shape they leave the country in, just as long as they get what they want.

“Blame on the next person” approach will never work, because the Can gets kick down the road. Rick Perry proclaimed he created 40% of our Nation’s employment, from cutting taxes and loosening regulations on corporations. What he fails to tell everyone is that the true decree of his job entitlement creations was spearheaded from the federal level by + 115,000 government jobs compared to – 40,000 private sector jobs resulting to 75,000 jobs when you minus the private sector. Texas unemployment rate is 8.2% compared to the neighboring states it exceeds their unemployment rate. Rick Perry is the third biggest recipient of the stimulus package that helped sustain his state from elevating above the unemployment rate of 8.2% he is now so comfortable with forbearing. In 2012 it does not matter rather you are democrat or republican, what does matter is that you vote through rational intent and not by party. Thanks for reading God blessed that’s the MMO.


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