My Two Cents
Is it time for you to consider how much your life is affected by the undeniable fact that the people who do not vote have more power than those who do?
Mathematically speaking, most American citizens lack the intelligence to vote, proving the point it by not voting.
Most people agree that a majority of politicians are corrupt, grubbers of power and money. When did you last hear of a Senator or President, Governor or even state senator going broke? It's no coincidence that the U.S. Senate is called "the most elite club in the world." Once elected, they entrench themselves much as a tic or other parasite does. The public teat they suckle from has billions and billions of dollars, each billion a separate group of one thousand individual piles of a million dollars each.
Roughly 80% of all elected incumbents who run for reelection win. You might relate it to the law of inertia, which tells us that a body in motion tends to stay in motion; a body at rest tends to stay at rest. An honest man or woman running for office has an uphill grind against the so-called "powers that be."
You can be certain that it is not the Special Prosecutors or Senate committees who will change this fact of life. It is only you who can dump the corrupt official for a better choice, with your vote. President Clinton's impeachment trial is an excellent lesson for us. Whatever you think of Mr. Clinton, three things are clear:
A reasonable mind might conclude that we would have avoided a seventy million dollar waste of time easily, and very simply. With a mere forty or fifty thousand Americans sending telegrams, faxes, emails or phone calls to these people instructing them to focus on more important issues or be voted out of office in the next election, you can be confident that the execrable Mr. Hyde would have ceased his witchhunt.
Please do not count me as a rabid Clinton fan. I'm not. I am, however, open-minded enough to acknowledge that under Clinton's leadership, we achieved the single greatest expansion of the American economy, enjoyed higher employment, lower military casualties, lower welfare participation, and so much more. I'd rather have the most powerful man on earth enjoying a bit of afternoon delight than to watch him setting off more lethal missiles around the globe.
If you are concerned by the not unreasonable assertion that at least half, perhaps more of our senior politicians do not represent your interests, remember that you can fix the blame, or fix the problem. Pick up the pen or phone; show that they're mightier than the sword. Why let other people choose your leaders? After all is said and done, your vote counts, even when you don't show up at the election booth. Complain about what's wrong, or take action to fix it. Everything else is mere gum-flapping, isn't it?
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