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American Citizens
Ponder Their Fate
By Frosty Wooldridge
In a New York Times June 29th op-ed, "Anxious in America," Thomas Friedman mulled over America's dilemmas in Iraq, where the war has taken a positive turn for the USA American national economy and debt and who might become the next president.
Either choice scares the daylights out of Americans on both sides. Neither candidate understands average citizens' dilemmas in their jobs, communities or schools. Neither addresses what happens in the trenches of America.
Neither gives a hoot about the recent rapid increase in the U S population, or the unlawful presence of more than 30 million fully employed foreign nationals and their more than ten million kids and grand-kids. The aliens have displaced lower- middle-class Americans in the job market, decimating those American families. Gentle-reader, doncha wonder why those stories are not headlines in the liberal media?
Negativism rules the psyche of America. 
Thus, most Americans vote against the other guy instead of 'for' a presidential candidate. In the case of McCain, he represents past paradigms, unending support for an endless Iraq War, old thinking and non-action or in-action.
Obama scares most folks as to his lack of experience, his association with the "God D*** America" spewing Pastor Wright, shady-hoodlum Rezko in Chicago and his wife's racial bias writings at Harvard against white America.
Both Obama and McCain voted to give amnesty to more than 30 million illegal aliens in 2007-without any understanding of the $1 trillion price tag or demographic impact. Both men did nothing and do nothing to stop illegal alien migration at over many millions annually, to include visa overstay illegals. In fact, McCain signed the 1986 amnesty giving 4.3 million illegal aliens a free pass, but never followed up on his promise to secure our borders.
Both men voted to double current annual immigration from 1.2 million people to 2.4 million in the amnesty bill in June of 2007- which would have caused a catastrophic population overload within the USA. Based on mathematics alone, this kind of short sightedness bodes poorly for a national leader, unless you are a progressive who loves open borders, multiculturalism and unlimited legal and illegal immigration.
Neither man supports any kind of a plan to secure our nation's borders. 
While they talk the good talk both men continued voting for insourcing, outsourcing and offshoring of American manufacturing jobs. Both have crippled Americans with their votes in the U.S. Senate as to our national debt, $700 billion annual trade deficit, and no action on 400,000 (could be as high as 1,200,000) annual anchor babies gaining immediate citizenship and welfare. Both men continued the taxpayer burden of educating millions of illegal alien children along with billions for health care. Neither man spoke up for American citizens as to jobs being stolen or wages degraded.
Whether Obama or McCain, both need to choose a financial-wizard Veep
"Come August, I predict both men will be looking for a financial wizard as their running mates to help them steer America out of what could become a serious economic tailspin," Friedman said. "I do not believe nation-building in Iraq is going to be the issue come November - whether things get better there or worse. If they get better, we'll ignore Iraq more; if they get worse, the next president will be under pressure to get out quicker."
Nation-Building is mandatory
Friedman added, "I think nation-building in America is going to be THE issue."
If you look around you, most Americans feel a sinister anxiety heretofore unheard of in this country. Gas prices hogtie, hamstring and paralyze the engines of commerce. Truckers fail by the thousands. Car manufacturing jobs vanish overnight!
"Up to now, the economic crisis we've been in has been largely a credit crisis in the capital markets, while consumer spending has kept reasonably steady, as have manufacturing and exports," Friedman said. "But with banks still reluctant to lend even to healthy businesses, fuel and food prices soaring and home prices declining, this is starting to affect consumers, shrinking their wallets and crimping spending."
For Americans holding the bag with an SUV or other large vehicle, financial bloodletting awaits at every fill-up at the gas station. That funeral dirge continues at the grocery store where everything costs more money ­ mainly from $5.00 a gallon diesel transportation costs.
Recession causes are obvious, and ridiculous
Mortgage felony crimes are extensive and numerous: fully half of the problem because our banks and other lenders gave away fraudulent loans to millions of illegal aliens, who are NOT eligible for federally insured loans. American taxpayers make up the losses. Remember the S & L scandals? Who paid?  You paid!
"Two weeks ago, Goldman Sachs analysts said that U.S. banks may need another $65 billion to cover more write-downs of bad mortgage-related instruments and potential new losses if consumer loans start to buckle," Friedman said. "Since President Bush came to office, our national savings have gone from six percent of gross domestic product to one percent, and consumer debt has almost doubled from $8 trillion to $14 trillion."
Priorities are out-of-whack
Instead of spending $83 billion a month to provide social services to illegal aliens and their family members and spending $12 billion a month fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, PLUS $10 billion per month rebuilding Iraq and Afghanistan, isn't it time to rebuild America? How about our families, our communities, our roads, our infrastructure, our jobs and our citizens?
Both Obama and McCain don't hold a clue as to what to do about Iraq or Afghanistan. Both avoid any withdrawal plan, which means unending years at $12 billion a month on a national debt ­ beyond comprehension at $9.4 trillion.
What does that mean to anxious Americans ?
Simple answer: our politicians do not work for us, do not serve us, do not represent us and they stand totally out of touch with us.
Our political leaders fail us at every juncture. They fail to enforce our laws. They fail to create a strategic energy plan. They fail to pursue alternative energy. They fail to enforce our immigration laws. They fail themselves, our citizens and our civilization.
The next president of the United States may well be the President Hoover of the 21st century.
To take action: www.numbersusa.com
Final note: I am looking for thinkers, writers and advocates to add to my monthly "Master Mind Think Tank." In reality, our politicians foment the problems that they campaign to solve. They never solve them; thus we spiral into deeper national chaos. I need new ideas and new creative thinkers to help me bring our most pressing issues onto the front burner: overpopulation in America caused by ceaseless legal and illegal immigration. As you know, the recent PEW report shows immigration adding 100 million people to our country in 30 years. We need to stop it and we need to stop it now. Join me in saving our civilization. frostyw@juno.com
Frosty Wooldridge has bicycled across six continents ­ from the Arctic to the South Pole ­ as well as six times across the USA, coast to coast and border to border. In 2005, he bicycled from the Arctic Circle, Norway to Athens, Greece. He presents "The Coming Population Crisis in America: and what you can do about it" to civic clubs, church groups, high schools and colleges.  He works to bring about sensible world population balance at www.frostywooldridge.com
From: Frosty Wooldridge
This three minute interview with Adam Schrager on "Your Show" May 4, 2008, NBC Channel 9 News, addresses the ramifications of adding 120 million people to USA in 35 years and six million people to Colorado as to water shortages, air pollution, loss of farmland, energy costs and degradation of quality of life. In the interview, Frosty Wooldridge explains the ramifications of adding 120 million people to the USA in 35 years. He advances new concepts such as a "Colorado Carrying Capacity Policy"; "Colorado Environmental Impact Policy"; "Colorado Water Usage Policy"; "Colorado Sustainable Population Policy". Nationally, the USA needs a "National Sustainable Population Policy" to determine the carrying capacity of this nation for the short and long term. Wooldridge is available for interviews on radio and TV having interviewed on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN and FOX.
Click the link to view the 3 minute interview with NBC's Adam Schrager:
Frosty Wooldridge
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