Monthly Archives: November 2011

business as usual

Newt, now you want to take some poor guys livelhood because he belongs to a union. What we need to do is get rid of you and those cronies in congress who got us into this mess. Child labor laws are there for a reason. If you want to see children work, go to Laos, Cambodia, Viet Nam, etc. and see how it works. You are very far away from main stream America.  For years you and your cohorts stole what was once the American dream of owning a house buying a new car etc. Now we are worried about paying our heat bill and will I have enough food for the weekfor my family. Don’t blame Obama for this depressed economy we’re in. Blame the ones who have been office the past 30 years. Democrats and republicans alike are responsible for this mess. In 2006 Freddie Mac hired you as a consultant and paid you almost 2 million dollars for 2 years work. And then Freddie Mac goes bankrupt. Nice job Newt! And now your talking about taking some poor janitor’s job. Newt, your such a hypocrite . You and your cohorts stole from Social Security 4.63 trillion dollars to pay for 3 wars and other social programs over the past 30 years. Section 13301 of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 made it a violation of federal law to use Social Security revenue for non-Social Security purposes. Why would anybody vote for you is any ones guess. Voting for you is like voting for the same0same0, business as usual.

the law is broken

The intent of the 1983 legislation was to generate large Social Security surpluses for the next 30 years that were supposed to be saved and invested, in order to build up a large reserve in the trust fund that could later be drawn down to pay benefits to the baby boomers.  The 1983 payroll tax hike has generated more than $2.5 trillion that is supposed to be in the trust fund.  If the trust fund actually held this amount in real assets, full Social Security benefits could be paid until at least 2037 without any changes.  Unfortunately, none of the surplus revenue was saved or invested in anything.  It was all spent by the government on wars and other government programs without making any provisions for repaying the money.   

Prior to 1983, Social Security had operated on a “pay-as-you-go” basis with each generation responsible for paying for the benefits of the generation that preceded them.  The 1983 legislation changed the nature of Social Security funding.  In addition to paying for the benefits of the preceding generation, as was customary, the baby boomers were also required to pay additional taxes to partially pre-fund their own retirement.  The net result is that the baby boomers have paid more into Social Security than any other generation.  Yet they are often made scapegoats and blamed for the Social Security funding problem. We are getting a bum rap.

Over the past 25 years, five presidents, and the members of Congress, have participated in the great Social Security scam.  All Social Security contributions made by working Americans, except the amount which was needed to pay current retirement benefits, has been funneled into the general fund and used for non-Social Security purposes.  Some like to say that the government just “borrowed” the money during the time period when it was not needed to pay benefits. If the money is not repaid in full, with interest, it will have been stolen by the government from working Americans who paid into the fund. Congress must pay their debt to the American workers. They should be held accountable for the $4.63 trillion that they have borrowed. Forgiving this debt is not an option! Section 13301 of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 made it a violation of federal law to use Social Security revenue for non-Social Security purposes. As of 2011 4.63 trillion dollars have been stolen from SS. My questions are, why aren’t these politicians behind bars and what recourse do we have to prosecute these scoundrels??  Gus Piliafas


When you add the population of California, Michigan, and Minnesota it comes to about 52 million. That is the equivalent to 52 million abortions performed since 1973. The population of Canada is nearing 35,000,000. This is genocide! in the 1948 United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (CPPCG). Article 2 of this convention defines genocide as “any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: killing members of the group; causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life, calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group. Some people argue about a woman’s right to abort, but what about the unborn? This is a very sensitive issue with pro-lifers such as myself. One day these pro-abortionists will will think back all those times that these little ones in the womb were trying to escape the prodding etc. Millions of the unborn have been gutted and grind into little pieces because of one person’s selfishness. Ask Norma McCorvey, alias “Jane Roe”, how she feels about what she did in 1973. Even though she didn’t go through the abortion process, Norma McCorvey regretted her decision and now is an advocate pro-lifer. But the damage had been done! She has become an outspoken figure in the pro-life movement. Over 52,000,000 abortions have been performed since Roe vs Wade, that’s over 52 million abortions. Shame on the Supreme Court granting abortions! And Shame on those that performed abortions. And shame on all those that decided to have an abortion. YOU MURDERED, GUTTED, GRIND and FLUSHED DOWN THE TOILET 52 million babies! Gus Piliafas