From early childhood most American children start dreaming of what they want to do with their lives. In their teen years in high school (senior school to some) we hear dreams of becoming a physician, a nurse, a pharmacist, a professional athlete, an engineer, an auto/diesel mechanic, a professional rancher/farmer/fisherman, a model, an artist, a writer, a teacher, and etc.

Every since the early days of our history, people came to America for the freedom to seek a better life and financial rewards through hard work and invention. Even the first settlers at Jamestown were part of an investment group that sought not only religious freedom, but also financial rewards.

Throughout its history America has been unique, dedication and aggressive hard work has provided most Americans with a better life. Most American families have encouraged their children to work hard and become as successful as possible and often to become as wealthy as possible. Just how successful is this encouragement if they are told when they are at their peak of success and start receiving financial reward for their efforts, the government will take it away and give it to those less dedicated to education or aggressive in hard work.

Now, in this new age of Change, our government of Change tells us individuals making more than $125,000 a year and a family making more than $250,000 are wealthy. They have earned enough. Next year it may be $ 50-80,000 or less. It does not matter that the successful individuals sacrificed social life to dedicate themselves to studying or working numerous hours in order to achieve their goals. It does not matter that they may have huge financial loans from college or loans to start and maintain a business or for crops/livestock. The government of Change now tells Americans that success should not be rewarded, that they must share their hard work and dedication with those that just did enough to get by. The government of Change speaks often and loud that there must be a redistribution of wealth.

The government of Change does not say that Americans must keep their dreams of success through hard work, or that Americans need to build more wealth; and the government will reward their dedication to seeking the American Dream.