Nikki Tanikawa to Congress: Please Stop Making Our Country a Global Joke

April 6, 2013 sexyknees
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Test Shot for an Upcoming Shoot

Test Shot for an Upcoming Shoot

The United States of America is the greatest and most powerful country on the face of the earth – we have no rivals.  We’ve earned this position through hard work and following a more-or-less righteous path, and ascended from a confederation of British colonies to being the leader of the free world in less than 170 years.  We survived the harshest challenge any country could face when brother fought against brother for four bloody years – our union has proven its right to exist.  We faced ultimate evil during the Second World War and emerged victorious, saving the lives of millions.  We are a good people with generosity in our hearts – if there is a crisis America is always there to provide aid to those in need.  Militarily, no one can challenge the US and expect to win (except the Vietnamese to whom I tip my hat  – we are not sore losers).  Economically…well, we could be doing better, but we still have more excess than any other and no one need starve in our nation.  So, I ask myself, why are we allowing Congress to reduce our wonderful, beautiful country to the level of being the world’s clown?

The recent battle over the budget is nothing new.  I am not knowledgeable enough of the topic to speak intelligently about the details, but do know that Congress as a whole is acting in a manner unbecoming of the leaders of the free world.  Yes, speak your mind and protect your constituents, but for goodness sake please preserve our position and protect our image.  You are making us look weak and vulnerable, and with countries such as China and India looming menacingly as economic rivals, and Iran and North Korea waving sticks big enough to hurt poking around our back yard, now is not the time to have a divided house.  Additionally, the current sequester cuts are affecting lives in a very permanent way.  Due to a lack of medicare funds, cancer patients are being turned away for treatment – their blood is 100% on your hands, Congressmen.  For shame.  Think about what you are doing to your people and our country.  Enough bluster and do your job.

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  • 1. wildcat small  |  April 10, 2013 at 12:37 pm

    Glad you are getting back to shooting photos

    • 2. sexyknees  |  May 30, 2013 at 5:27 pm

      Thank you! And there are more to come!


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