Government Shut Down – “Did the Government Really Shut Down”

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Yes. This is what happens when you put your faith and trust in men who are in the form of a government they shut down on you. Everyone who works for the government thought that this powerful entity would settle their differences and go out to dinner with each other afterwards. They might have gone out to dinner but they didn’t pass a budget. How can you argue over money that doesn’t belong to you. Oh I forgot that is the kind of world we live in. It’s just like having a person from a collection agency call you and ask you when are you going to pay your bill that is 30 days or more delinquent. The way they talk to you is as if it’s their money and they loaned it to you personally. I know the government is responsible for dividing the money, but it’s not their personal money, if it was we would not be in this condition now. You fill in the blanks on that one. This is not good for the government to shutdown but we now know it’s not impossible. What a bad time to close your doors when a bad economy is trying to be turned around. So much for an economic recovery no thanks to the government.
I just hope people don’t start blaming President Obama for the shutdown. People are so quick to point the finger. It’s just goes to show you that he doesn’t have all the power. If he did I would like to think that the government would not have shut down. He has done a good job so far with a few disappointments. We all have been disappointed or disappointed someone in our life at one time or another. It’s a part of life it will end when the world ends so I guess we have to deal with it. This too will pass. Well there is always light at the end of the tunnel, I guess it all depends on who’s tunnel you are looking through. NDTR would like to give a few tips that government workers can take into consideration:
Tips:
1. If you are a government employee contact your creditors now before the ship starts to sink. Don’t wait until the last minute to tell them you might not be able to pay your bills. Common Sense goes a long way.
2. Save your money don’t be so quick to spend it. Hopefully you have some reserves for a rainy day. Cook dinner at home and try not eat out so much.
3. Get a part time job it might help.
4. Find out what resources are available to you. Banks and credit unions are willing to help government employees Uncle Sam always pays his bills for the most part so whatever they give you they know you will pay it back.
Don’t be discourage just stay positive no one knows the future and don’t visit a physic they only want your money for telling you things you already know it’s called life. This should be an eye opener to all of us. The government is a powerful sector and it’s not the end all be all to life. The one who sits high and looks low is in control of everything that happens in this world. Everything happens for a reason and things happen in seasons always know that. http://www.newdaytalkradio.com

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