How to REALLY Help the Little Guy
(Syndicated content courtesy of Greyson Nation)
Greyson Peltier, (e-mail: Greyson at GreysonPeltier.Co.Cc)
Many people feel compelled to help the little guy for religious reasons or just to be a good person. If you are one of these people, great. We need a LOT more people like you in this world. But with any good thing comes the occasional pitfall. As you go about doing good, you feel bad for the people you are helping and feel like you just need to do anything to help. It sticks in your mind. Again, there is nothing wrong with this.
When something does go wrong is when you enter into the uncaring, unfriendly, dark world called politics. You look around and you see an individual that you think is a lot like you. He or she is saying that they are fighting for the middle class and poor in America. They think it’s unfair that the other folks want to prop up the rich when people are crying and dying. You come to the aid of this person. They get into office and keep saying the same things but no big results come. The results that do come are minimal and short lived. Even some of the expert stats say that it’s getting a little better. The person comes back and says that “the 1%” is giving them trouble.
This sounds perfectly reasonable, but remember that in the political world nothing is what it seems. Dark becomes light and light becomes dark in this surreal place. Something just feels wrong but you don’t want to talk to the other guys because you still think they are evil. Later on, you find out that the person you trusted and gave your time and money to has been working to give the poor people fund to the same 1%. In fact, they put a group of completely unaccountable people in charge of the whole economy. Where do you go? What do you do?
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