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who is running the country , when i fly to florida or ohio
what about our troops
wheres there vote
ORIGINALLY THIS WAS A VOLUNTEER JOB, it has become the most lucretive carrer on the planet. they are the one percent. government of the rich for the rich.
they get everything paid for them as well.
these positions should no longer be paid. anybody who thinks we need 600 rich old men to tell us what to do is insane.
we do not need full time self serving congress.
it is time to revolt, most of us have crap healthcare, they vote themselves the best care ever, for life no less.
I would like to see all of the tax returns of every sitting and past member of the US Congress, US Supreme Court Justice & US President.
Like I have always said, Republicans aren't the only rich people, Democrats, including Obama are millionaires, and take full advantage of all the tax loopholes and deductions like all other millionaires....
And their benefits, retirement pay, health care and on and on...if all of Americans had their health care we would all have good health and perfect teeth...and then they have the nerve to say they are fighting for the average americans....no, they are dearly trying to hang onto their jobs because they know they could never make that much money on the real world..
these people do not run our goverment they run their own goverment we elect them to office to work for us and then they sell their vote to the highest bidder why do you think they will spend millions to get in to office these people need to have report card to see how offen they show up to work they need to go on medicare and soical scecurty to se how the middle class lives what job can you leave your job and
get your pay and health care for life wake up people and see what is happening be for it is too late who voted this in while we were sleeping
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