Something has got to change

 

We, all of America are in the midst of an Economic shutdown due to a “failure to communicate,” supposedly. With what may seem as the majority of people placing blame squarely on Republican controlled Congress and their supporters being questioned by what others say.

Is this a case of truth, or lies, or simply a case of who knows?

This shutdown is causing much harm, as well as much inconvenience to many, as the blame game deepens along with more shutdowns spreading to even more areas of life in America as well as the globe. I think inconvenience being the main focus by the many, rather than caring for economic harm done to a few government dependent people is the actual cause for cries to stop the shutdown now.

So who is really to blame and who decides on that final decision of placing blame? Is it the Democrats and President? Or is it the Republican Congress,who shall decide who is to blame?

How are We the People to decide on this great divide that’s causing more harm than good as we ALL go Forward?

I have many ideas of what’s going on and who is really to blame in this game of life.

The problem is, my ideas or opinions are questioned by many, just as is the case here in this national, not individual problem we all are involved in. Will this problematic shutdown end soon and will it change anything to help prevent it from happening again in the near future? Or are we destined to repeat history again, as history past shows, resulting in digging a deeper divide which will eventually cause a total unrecoverable economic collapse as well as major inconvenience to all?

Something has got to change or else we are doomed and that dreaded economic armageddon shall over take us all.

Then What?

Jerry Baty

Soldotna

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