Is Something Wrong With Hillary: Bizarre Behavior, Seizure Allegations Raise Doubts About Her Health.
As the presidential campaign enters its final stages, probing questions have emerged about the health condition of Hillary Clinton.
Hillary’ bizarre, erratic behavior on the campaign trail (culminating with last week’s perplexing “short-circuit” comment) has left many wondering whether she is seriously ill. Hillary has at multiple times had convulsions that appear to be seizures on camera, including a series of seemingly inexplicable coughing fits.
Job force Hits New Low but Unemployment Goes down?
There are less people in the work force since 1979 with 90 million people no longer even attempting to find a job. However, if you look at the unemployment numbers, they would suggest a different picture. Right now, the unemployment rate is hovering around 7.6%, but if you included those who can work who don’t, it would be around 17%! This tends to paint a different picture.
It doesn’t take a mathematician to realize that having less people in the workforce (and subsequently not paying income tax) hurts the economy. A healthy economy needs to have a good amount of cash flow exchanging hands, investment go up and people relying on a job over the government.
Social Security Income in now Federal Benefit Payment
Pay attention to your next Social Security income, whether you get a check or an electronic deposit….note what it is now called…see below.. Have you noticed, your Social Security check is now referred to as a “Federal Benefit Payment”? I’ll be part of the one percent to forward this. I am posting it because it touches a nerve in me, and I hope it will in you. Please share this post with others until everyone in our country has read it. The government is now referring to our Social Security checks as a “Federal Benefit Payment.” This isn’t a benefit – its earned income! Not only did we all contribute to Social Security but our employers did too. It totaled 15% of our income before taxes. If you averaged $30K per year over your working life, that’s close to $180,000 invested in Social Security. Continue reading →