What this text is all about? It is a rant by an angry person. The author is angry because “people in charge do not care about” him, as he highlights it.
The cardinal error that author makes is that he should be in charge of his own affairs. Had he paid attention during the civic classes in school, he would know that this is the very essence of the American political system. The strength of the United States of America is not in what the government can do for its serfs, as the author of this text, but in what Americans free from the coercion of the government can do themselves.
The author of this text relinquished his liberty to the political apparatus, or people in charge, as he phrases it, in the childish illusion that they will take care of all his needs and resolve for him all his problems.
The simplest solution: grow up to be an American. I mean the American as it was intended in 1776.