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It amazes me that despite low approval ratings and people voiceing the opinion that all members of Congress should be voted out, the voters continue to vote in most of the incumbents for additional terms. It is not logical! Maybe the voters are too lazy to select anyone else, or they are not paying attention to who are causing a lot of the problems our country is having. Sadly, those with good intentions are sometimes the problem. I think there is a quote to the effect that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Hitler was a great orator and convinced many of the German people to do horrible things, or at least not to protest what was being done.
As citizens who vote we need to worry about the future for our kids and grandkids. The majority in Congress think of today (current favor of the electorate) and not about the future. A good example iis the Roth IRA. The government gets more tax revenue now, but forego's much more tax revenue when people retire.
You know what is really frightening is : Our elected 0fficials don't give a hoot of what we think of them.
They just don't give a .
I'm sadden to see our Nation being "RAPED" by all our politicians. Greed, Corruption,Favors, and under the table deals. If oun country is to survive we need to take immediate action and fire them all.
My question is? What happens to all the money for campaing contributions that were unspend? I' m sure if we inquire
they'll tell us that there is "none ".And we talking about MILLIONS.
when you have a system that is run by the "haves" (corporatists>lobbyists>lawmakers), over time, the "haves" become fewer and "havier" and the "have nots" become more and "have notier"
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