I'm for change if it means we start reserving sex activity for marriage, commiting to our spouses and children so they may have the blessing of two parents to raise them, so more families may know the security of domestic tranquility, i.e. happy homes.
Real change starts in the heart that asks Jesus Christ to be Lord over all our ways and choices --instead of looking to other working people to enable and compensate for the economic blight of sinful and addicted lifestyles. NOt that all the poor make themselves that way, by any means --but we know that divorce and single parenting are a pretty sure path to economic deprivation in America--as are addictions.
Golden Rule Jones, former mayor of Toledo, was a good example of a rich man who had the right philosophy --who put Christ's Golden Rule in signs around his workplace --and challenged people to let that wisdom rule their hearts. He provided for his workers without the hindrance of big, impersonal, wasteful gov't intervention and high taxes.
Does Whoopi Goldburg want her savings taxed again before her daughter can have them? No, she said not. She said, "down with the death taxes." Would anyone want their legitimate earnings taxed again and again and higher and higher by a confiscatory gov't. known for waste and bureaucratic redundancy and impersonal dealings with the people it's supposed to serve? I think not.
What puts more money in the gov't coffers for their aid programs? lower taxes, not higher.
I fear the kind of change that will come with Democrat Party president and Congress.
"God is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance and have eternal life."--the Bible