You Reap What You Sow Mr. Obama

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“Those who plot the destruction of others often perish in the attempt.”

-Thomas More

As the Obama administration is being uncovered for scandal after scandal, his plans are beginning to backfire. For example, the ever-increasing scandals at the Internal Revenue Service are now jeopardizing critical funding for the agency as it attempts to play a major role in the implementation of Obamacare. Obama was planning a major budget increase for the IRS, but now the feat is proving difficult as Congress sees that the IRS has proven to be untrustworthy. This proves the famous, unchangeable law of sowing and reaping – the Obama administration’s actions are blowing up in their face. Let me explain…

There is a true story told of two men who thought it would be okay to break the law and go duck hunting two weeks before the season opened. They took with them a retriever, a brand new truck, decoys, plenty of ammunition, and a couple sticks of dynamite. When they first arrived to the lake they noticed a big problem…the lake they chose was frozen over.

One of them had a great idea. He would go to his truck, get a stick of dynamite, and then blow a big hole in the middle of the lake, throw down the decoys and then have a hay day shooting all the little duckies. So he did just that. He went to his truck, pulled out the stick of dynamite, lit the fuse and then threw it right smack in the center of the lake.

However, he forgot one thing… his retriever was there. As faithful as he was, he ran after the stick of dynamite, put it in his mouth, and then ran toward his owner. The owner, in fear of being blown up, grabbed his rifle and began shooting at the retriever in hopes he would not come back to him. The retriever was scared away and ran right under the brand new truck.

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