The Future of the USA

At your request, what the future holds for the United States.

“In the past you could rebuild the middle class but the US Government has no teeth to do so, the people must demand its change, a clear path of accountability ushers back in the faded dream” — Spirits voice

The Spirits are predicting a rebirth or rejuvenation of the American Dream and a return of a larger more robust middle class, but it requires the people of the United States to take its country back through voice and accountability, not a question of if but when.

9 responses to “The Future of the USA”

  1. ghostbusterbev Avatar

    I sure hope this prediction comes true! To build up the middle class, big business will have to change their attitude about how they do business. Right now it’s all about how much money they can make for stockholders! The economy would be so much better off with a middle class in the mix.

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      It was an awesome message for a change.

  2. seeker Avatar

    Me too! I look forward to people taking an interest in their government and responsibility for what the government does here and abroad. Thanks, Eric and Spirits!

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      Something awesome for a change, its been a rough couple of months, so I welcome such great news to report.

  3. Aaron Leigh-pink Avatar

    tax the Indian casinos (not the people the casinos), get someone in office that will make a difference (my vote is Clinton in 2016 unless Eric Leigh-Pink runs then my vote is on him). and control welfare by implementing a regulation that with more than 2 children you must be on a birth control and if you have more than 2 children in child services you must be on a 5 year birth control device. lets stop having the tax payers and government pay the income of those that abuse the system. the government wants a solution to their problems and this is a big chunk of it. we need to stop the pusification of america and get back to the way it used to be. I am Aaron Leigh-Pink and I support this message…. don’t do drugs, stay in school. blessed be to those that serve this country in the military services.

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      You go!

  4. Sonya Avatar

    Sadly Aaron, you are an EXTREMELY misinformed or an UN-informed individual as to your plight in “taxing Indian casinos”. Tribal casinos have long since paid hefty percentages due to state gaming compacts taxation, which fattens the pockets of other avenues within the state and not shared with Native American consumers as originally devised. Native American governments are sovereign nations within a nation and the federal government is held to federal treaty obligations to provide health care, social welfare programs, education and economic development. These treaties with tribal governments were developed in exchange for tribal lands for federal protection and services. These treaties still form the basis of much of the Tribal-Federal relationship. Native Americans PAY TAXES! The only tax a reservation-based tribal member does not pay is state, due to federal-tribal relationship; however reservation-based tribal members do pay a federal tax. Native Americans living off of the reservation pay both state & federal taxes. In short, Indian casinos PAY monies to the states they are operating in and if YOUR state is not reporting how it’s monies are being spent and/or distributed towards it’s consumers then it falls upon the responsibility of the STATE and NOT THE INDIAN CASINOS to justify how monies are being directed!

  5. Cody Avatar

    “Just an incredible story in The Times. Poverty *fell* in April and May, per one study, bc of the massive federal welfare expansion — including expanded unemployment & $1,200 checks — even as the economy fell into a black hole

    “Real key here to remember: Poverty fell here NOT due to increasing education rates or stronger work incentives — but amid an enormous infusion of government money, much of which was directed toward the bottom of the income distribution”

    –>>https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/21/us/politics/coronavirus-poverty.html#click=https://t.co/THLxjC0FmX

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