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December 31st, 2013 7:36 PM

Dear Friends,

Before I begin my remarks, I would like to mention the overwhelming response to our last TeamBlog, in which the post focused on melancholy events that at times occur during the Christmas Season. It is true there are degrees of sadness for many, however it is best to dwell on our present circumstances, where we can offer the love and companionship that are deeply manifested within our hearts for family, friends and those we encounter in our daily lives. A smile, a hug, a random act of kindness along the way as a reminder of one's presence, is all that is needed to help us reach our destination. Just this Sunday, I was deeply saddened to learn that a parishioner that I've known for many years fell and broke her hip and had to have emergency surgery on Christmas Eve. Just yesterday I visited with clients and was alarmed to learn their home was ransacked, while away visiting family for a few days. All of their Christmas presents were taken. And this morning I was distraught to hear that a parishioner that I've known for some time, has passed away from complications due to pneumonia. The trials and suffering we go through can be monumental. It is only by the grace of God that we can be comforted when we seek His compassion and understanding. Truly my thoughts and prayers are with my friends during this time of deep anguish.

COLLAPSE

While life offers unexpected challenges in our private lives, there are trials that often originate from the environment we have entrusted to others, and in so doing, has deteriorated our capacity to enrich our lives. For the past 6 or 7 years, many of this nation's citizens, have witnessed the collapse of America by government efforts, with the cooperation of media and business interests. A collapse, where liberties are curtailed by government entities encroaching on every detail of our daily movements. A collapse, in which trust in government has become a foolish concept and a collapse in the ability to provide comfort for our families. Consequently, contentment has disappeared as a direct result of imaginary loopholes within statutes and discredited interpretations of the Constitution by powerful interests.

We have a nation unable to function as corruption, ineptitude and lack of integrity has made its presence known. Anyone that has the ability to reason, can fully appreciate the programmed attempts to destroy and abuse the lives of ordinary Americans through governance via crisis upon crisis. Worry, anxiety and fear are the reactions of a society living in a cocoon, unable to approach one's true calling as a consequence of a sustained wrath of control and deception, by those we have entrusted to protect our freedoms.

The year 2014 will arrive in a few hours. This year there will be momentous changes in how we are to interpret the conduct of those in power by their actions. We have become acquainted with these personalities and 'Throw The Bums Out' will be a refrain that will reach its denouement in November. While one can talk and talk about one's plight, there is a 'silent majority', a historical term known by many, that have had enough.

As an American citizen that loves this extraordinary country, I will sound the trumpet by devising a simple, calculated, statistical method in which those that have done the most harm to our way of life, will be thrown out of office! Please check one of our posts in January, for additional information on the manner in which I propose to right the wrongs from the scoundrels that currently inhabit the halls of Congress. The time to become involved and save this country from perdition, has now arrived!

MoneyTeam wishes you, your family and friends a safe, healthy and prosperous New Year!

Thanks Again


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