How do you feel about the principles of “honesty” and “integrity”? Do you care? Do they matter to you, your children, your employers, your schools, your churches, your community, your country, your leaders in any office? Does honesty and integrity really matter any more or have they become outdated or politically incorrect?
When Will Americans Demand To Have Honesty and Integrity From Their President?
In my lifetime honesty and integrity have been essential to my family, friends, to my work, associates, community and all other aspects of my life. How about you…were you taught these principles? Are you teaching them to your children? Do you believe that they are important?
To many they just seem to be casual words with no relevance or meaning! To our President, White House Staff and their political strategists working behind the scenes these words obviously have no meaning.
Elitists, are persons who believe that a system or society should be ruled or dominated by an elite. It is also very obvious that the President’s party consists of many elitists who believe that they know best for you and me…and will do anything in their power to take away our freedoms and our choices to dictate to us through rules of law passed and promoted by hook, by crook, by payoffs, by bribes, and any other necessary means to get their way. In short, they are ruthless. The passing of the Obamacare Bill was surrounded by political pork barrel payoffs. The passing of the bill included many dishonest acts.
Perhaps it is time to review of how “honesty” and “integrity“are defined.
Honesty – Wikipedia
Honesty refers to a facet of moral character and connotes positive and virtuous attributes such as integrity, truthfulness, and straightforwardness, including …Integrity – Sincerity – Honesty
Integrity – The Free Online Dictionary
- Repeal of the Affordable Care Act
- Repeal 16
- The Fair Tax
- The Convention of States supporting “The Liberty Amendments” concepts
- Term Limits
Bias Bash: Media bought the ‘lie’ over healthcare coverage?
By Jacqueline Klimas and David Eldridge
The Washington Times
Mitt Romney ripped into President Obama on Sunday, telling NBC’s “Meet the Press” that the president was dishonest when he sold his health care reforms to Americans in the 2012 campaign and that the damage to Mr. Obama’s credibility has seriously limited his ability to lead the country.
“When he told the American people that you could keep your health insurance if you wanted to keep that plan, period — he said that time and again — he wasn’t telling the truth,” Mr. Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, said. “That fundamental dishonesty has really put in peril the foundation of his second term.”