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Our Government Thinks You Are Stupid

April 14, 2011 by The American Spirit No Comments

It’s occurred to me to consider just how much time, energy, and money our government spends to convince you that you are stupid.

Our bureaucratic federal government’s opinion of your intellectual capacity is appalling.


Consider how frequently you hear a Democrat politician interviewed on the news, or giving a speech trying to convince everyone that they really can’t function without government intervention, or some new $billion program.


Consider women who have babies. This may come as a surprise for government officials and bureaucrats, but women have been having babies for a long time now. Yet we hear about the need for the government to provide food for these women and children and just one program costs $7 billion a year. If only women had the common sense to know they would need to eat, we could save all this money!

The government spends more $billions providing counseling for new mothers; to show them how to nurse a baby for example. Who knew women were so ignorant?


We spend hundreds of $millions on publications teaching people things. Mostly things they should have learned in school, from their parents, or from private businesses. There are hundreds and hundreds of documents available free from www.kids.gov – they even host blogs for teachers to “gab.” Who hosts this website? How much does it cost for techies to maintain this site year after year?

We pay for another site called www.pueblo.gsa.gov. Be sure to check out their helpful links! Here you can learn What to do in Case of a Disaster. What valuable information! We need water, food, and a plan to meet up with other members of the family – we would never have thought of that!

But wait there’s more! You can learn How to Prepare a Cover Letter, Your Resume; and, Filling Out an Application! Thank God for these government geniuses! What would we do without them?

Learn How to Garden with Native Plants. Get all the latest Information on Holidays and Upcoming Special Events, How to Choose a College, How to Exercise and Get Fit, Learn Interesting Games, and How to Choose a Career.

Learn How to Spend Your Money Wisely, How to Save Money (thank God our federal government is there to teach us about these things).

How to Sell and do Marketing, How to Earn Money, The Performing Arts, Music Basics, Math Basics. Learn How to Help Disabled Youth Grow, Retirement Planning, A Step by Step Guide to Purchase an New Car, A Step by Step Guide to Purchase a Used Car, How to Get Good Deals on a New Car (courtesy of General Motors and government subsidies), How to Get Good Deals on a Used Car, How to Lower Your Auto Insurance…


Student’s Guide to Community Service, (this could actually get you elected President!) How to Save for College (2 different publications), How to Make Smart Financial Decisions After a Job Loss, How to Talk to Your Kids about Alcohol, and the ever popular, Burials at Arlington National Cemetery.

A Guide for Disability Rights, Your Rights to Federal Records, Child Support Enforcement – A How-to Guide; and How to Keep Your Pets Active, Safe, and Pain Free; and Pet Turtles: A Common Source of Salmonella, – who knew?

Listeria – Guide to a Bacterium; Food Safety at Home, Food Safety for Seniors – food safety for seniors being a quite different thing probably. Restaurant and Takeout Safety, Cosmetics: How to Use Them Safely; this is important, women are dying right and left from the improper use of makeup.

Hair Dye, and Hair Relaxers, Sunscreens and Tanning, Tattoos and Permanent Makeup Safety; and The Healthy Woman: A Complete Guide for all Ages, The Birth Control Guide (who needs Planned Parenthood?) Straight Talk on Braces.

Depression: Medicines to Help You, (Who needs a doctor’s prescription?) Sleep Disorders: Medicines, Diabetes Medicines, Liposuction Guide, Menopause (3 publications for this one), High Blood Pressure: Medicines to Help You.

Smoking: Medicines to Help You, Lasic Laser Eye Surgery Guide, How to Use Medicine Wisely (I’m sure this is the one Pharmacists use when you ask them questions about your prescription.) Your Glucose Meter, Be Active Your Way – Consumers Booklet for Adults.


The Flu, The Road to a Healthy Life, Fibroids, Loss of Bladder Control (order this one right away), Mortgage Information for Consumers. How to Buy a Home with a Low Down Payment (probably written by Chris Dodd and Barney Frank), Renter’s Insurance; and the indispensable, Your Home Inventory.

12 Ways to Lower Your Homeowners Insurance Costs, Living Trust Offers, and this from the government: Managing Your Money in Good Times. Green Scaping: The Easy Way to a Greener, Healthier Yard; How to Prune Trees, and another favorite from the government: 66 Ways to Save Money. (I’m not making this up.)

Protecting Yourself from Overdraft and Bounced Checks. (I didn’t order this one, but my guess is that it will teach you how to borrow even more money to cover your overdrafts and bounced checks.)

Bank Accounts are Changing, Building a Better Credit Report (perhaps Mr. Obama should read this one) Consumer Guide to Financial Self Defense, Saving and Investing: A Roadmap to Your Financial Security Through Saving and Investing. What can I say?

Mutual Funds: A Guide for Investors, Diversifying Your Workforce, Consumer Action Handbook.

For the Birds: How to Attract Different Species of Birds, Feed Them, and Provide Them Suitable Homes. Your tax dollars at work.

Funerals: A Consumer Guide; Jigsaw puzzles, Word Searches for Fun, Radio PSA’s Over the Years, Renowned Print Ads, (No, I’m not making any of this up) How Catalogue Covers Evolved Over Time; Benefits, Grants, and Financial Aid; and the Public Service Announcement Video Contest.

All this helps demonstrate the liberal understanding of why they need more of your money: you are an incapable, inefficacious, undereducated, foolish, stupid dolt.  Without government help, you don’t have enough sense to come in out of the rain.  This from a legislative body that includes Barney Frank, Sheila Jackson Lee, Maxine Waters, Maria Cantwell, and Barbara Boxer.  Enough said.