What It REALLY Means When The Government ‘Shuts Down’

By Mac Slavo


Due to the inability of elitists to come to a conclusion on how to spend money they don’t have, the United States government “shut down.” But, the hard truth is that during a “government shutdown” only about 25% of the government actually shuts down.

Only “non-essential” functions are actually shut down. Of course, that begs the question: why are there non-essential government functions to begin with? Nonetheless, on the whole, the majority of the government is open.

According to Joe Joseph from The Daily Sheeple, “even with the government shutdown, it would take a long time before it really starts getting ugly.” So basically, people are panicking for no reason.

“Don’t get me wrong, those 25% [of civil servants] who are affected, I’d hate to be in their shoes right now,” Joseph continued. “But I have to say that the majority of Americans that live in this country deal with a measure of instability when it comes to employment that civil servants don’t normally or are not subjected to.” Be that as it may, politicians are the problem here. This isn’t right or left, it’s politics and corruption that is fueling discussions and arguments about how to spend money they don’t have.

“I hate politcians. I just do. I mean, I’m sure some of them are very well intentioned, don’t get me wrong. But on the whole, you’ve gotta be a really shady, sneaky, snake to be a politician. A lot of people wonder why don’t men and women of honor ever run for office. It’s because they don’t wanna be caught dead around that place because of how corrupt and how bad it is and how much of a risk it would be for them to become corrupt if surrounded Click to see the original article