This New Blood Party has only one party plank; vote every incumbent out of office in the next elections and in every future election. You'll get more bang for your buck if you vote with the NBP at every political level --- local, state, and federal. But it's exceptionally important at the federal level.
Send a message to all politicians; we're tired of their B.S., and we’re not going to take it anymore. Use the ballot box; make a difference. Don't simply vote for the "lesser of the two evils" as we've all been doing. Join the NBP; don't vote for an incumbent. No exceptions.
- The U.S. Post Service was established in 1775. Congress had 234 years to get it right, but it can’t compete with Fed Ex and UPS, but the Postal Service wants more tax-dollar subsidies (and higher rates), just same.
- Social Security was established in 1935. Congress had 74 years to get it right, but everyone knows it will be bankrupt without enormous increases in our taxes. By the way, lots of us know how to fix Social Security. Just make it an actuarial annuity program. But wait; that wouldn't get the Incumbent Party re-elected, even though it would work. Maybe that explains why we have the Social Security program we have?
- Fannie Mae was established in 1938. Freddie Mac in 1970. Any questions about these two financial debacles? If so, read about it here. They played a central role in the Great Recession we are still in the grips of today.
- The War on Poverty started in 1964. But even with $1 trillion of our money confiscated each year and transferred to "the poor," all we have gotten is a permanent class of “the poor” who want ever larger handouts.
- Medicare and Medicaid were established in 1965. Everyone knows that without massive increases in taxes, both programs will be bankrupt in 20 years.
- The Department of Energy was created in 1977 to lessen our dependence on foreign oil. It has ballooned to 16,000employeeswith a budget of $24 billion a year, but we import more oil than ever before. Congress and its Incumbent Party had 32years to get it right, yet it is an abysmal failure.
Now, Congress and its Incumbent party want Americans to entrust health care to the federal government and its bureaucratic minions. Simply unbelievable.