There are few responsible adults in Washington DC left, and this week is the perfect example of what concerned Americans have been trying to educate the rest of the voting public about- for decades now- and that America can easily become a third-world nation ourselves if we are not sober in our spending.
This is how bad things have gotten in DC:
US Rep, Matt Gaetz said it, “We are devaluing American money so rapidly that in America today, you can’t even bribe Democrat Senators with cash alone! You need to bring gold bars to get the job done, just so that the bribes hold value!”
The real pain, as Gaetz knows, is out-of-control government spending with debt forecast to reach $50 trillion over the next decade.
As Debt and utopian spending have destroyed so many countries, creating economic migrants who become homeless nomads roaming the Earth for survival, Americans both absorbed the homeless illegal migrants- AND increased spending on other stupid things that the American people do not want.
It can not be news to many people, at this point, that America is in dire trouble and very few people in Washington DC care whatsoever because they are having a great time spending money on whatever pleases them and their friends.
And the most crazy thing about the spending is that while so many economic migrants seek a home in the United States of America because their own government created too much debt from overspending, our civil servants are creating the same situation here in the United States.
According to media reports- we are creating the same problem for the American people that has devastated the world’s economies:
The US is home to more immigrants than any other country – more than 45 million people, according to the latest Census estimates.
That’s 13.6% of the US population, about the same as it was a century ago. But over the years, we’ve seen significant shifts in where immigrants to the US come from, and where they end up once they get here.
Here’s a look at these key immigration trends and how they’ve changed over time.
For decades one country has topped the list
Mexicans represent the largest group of immigrants living in the United States. That’s been true since 1980, according to the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute. And the Mexico-US route is the largest migration corridor in the world.
But the total number of Mexican immigrants living in the US has been on the decline for more than a decade.
An estimated 10.7 million Mexican immigrants lived in the US in 2021, roughly 1 million fewer than the number a decade earlier.
Meanwhile, immigration from other countries, including India and China, has been on the rise, according to MPI.
As one expert told CNN last year, the range of reasons why people move to the US from different parts of the world is as varied as the list of countries these immigrants once called home. Some are seeking economic opportunities. Others are fleeing violence, persecution or climate disasters. And others are hoping to reunite with family members who are already here.
According to an analysis of Census data from MPI, the top 10 countries of origin for immigrants in the United States are all in Latin America and Asia.
These statistics include both immigrants who came to the United States legally and those who are living in the country without authorization.
Looking only at the population of undocumented immigrants living in the United States, the list of the top countries of origin shifts slightly. A Department of Homeland Security report in 2021 estimated that the top six countries of origin for undocumented immigrants were Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, India, Honduras and China.
As the shutdown draws closer, DC appears to be having a giant party, ignoring the growing concerns have grown more dark out in the rest of the country for the working men and women who don’t have jobs as civil servants.
Senators like Republican Thom Tillis are having a very pleasant and comfortable time while employed in government “work” and they want that party to continue.
We reported on the fun ideas that Tillis has for government spending:
We also covered the great ideas that our civil servants have to help the poorest illegal economic migrants get jobs in their new home of America: