The Vision of Prosperity
One Nation: If our government could make life less stressful do you believe that they would. I believed that they would, until I started to ask myself the question of why. In 1776 our country declared independence from the rule of a monarchy, we, our country became a free Republic.
As time went along we established two party’s a Republican and a Democratic party.
The purpose of human life is to prosper and live happily. The function of government is to provide those conditions that allow individuals to fulfill that purpose, by promoting the social good. Well, you don’t need me to say that they have failed in that department.
Which brought me to the question of, “Why do we have government regulations?”
Why do we hinder/ restrict man’s ability to create. To create new technology, such as electric cars, or even water powered cars etc.
If you think that water cannot power cars then you, as I, are being misled. Check out the videos on youtube; water powered cars.
Here is another thing you will find contradictory to what we have been lead to believe, try searching, baking soda cancer cures.
As I began to realize why, it was obvious to me, that our political party’s are designed to separate ourselves from ourselves. You may not agree with that statement, but if you rationalize it, you might just find yourself in agreement.
Why, can we send men into space and satellites into outer-space and be limited by only fossil fuels? Why, have we not yet learned how to harness the power of the earth’s natural resources? Why, is it taking so long to explore these wonderful gifts of nature, (such as hydrogen, solar and wind)? Is man’s mind just now evolving to the point of recognition?
We started to control nature with the building of the Hoover Dam, during the great depression. We have been driving automobiles for a hundred years and still we are limited to gas or diesel fuel.
I ask you, where is the social good in that. We do not need only a change in government, what is needed in our government is a difference. What we, the individuals of our Great Nation need, is to once and for all unite with ourselves and ask WHY.
I would like to leave you with this thought. Have you ever wondered why computers are so affordable? In the 60’s and 70’s they cost millions of dollars. Then entrepreneurs, working out of their garages, made computers affordable to nearly everyone. Why, because computers were the only thing as of yet that were unregulated by the government.
So, the next time you ask our leaders why we have regulations, I would suggest you ask yourself first.