As the United States of America face a government shutdown since the Congress has been unable or unwilling to pass a full annual budget or a continuing resolution and while the President seems powerless to take action in this matter, we ask ourselves lots of questions but apparently there is a lack of answers:
If the government has partially shut down, will the taxes be partially cut-down as well?
For how long can the government of “the most powerful country in the world” be shut down? Is this supposed to be acknowledged as some sign of that “utter” power?
If government is not providing non-essential services for budget reasons isn’t that a sign such services could be outsourced?
If money is the problem, should the President and those in top government positions take a cut in pay?
What is President Obama doing these days to commiserate with people affected by the shutdown?
Anyhow, I was just wondering, you know? Maybe somebody has an interesting answer.
October 3rd, 2013.