GULLIBILITY AND POLITICS

gullibility both parties.

It amazes me how people just follow along party lines. Part of the problem in this country is nobody is questioning motives. They just vote and repeat party lines. The Democrats blame the Republicans and the Republicans blame the Democrats and the people just swallow everything said. All I ask is check the facts. Forget what party is which look at the record do they reflect your values? Do they respect our Democracy? Why are they in office? Do they care about this country or their own egos?

Politicians by default are egotistical people. If they weren’t they wouldn’t be in politics. Look at the number of millionaires in both parties. The average person hasn’t got a snow balls chance in hell of attaining political office because money is the currency of government these days.

People wake up. We need to limit the amount any politician can spend I say we limit it to $250,000. Let’s see what happens then. Also no contributions from lobbyists, foreign governments, corporations and others that will use our government for their own purpose.

Our government is for the people by the people and should not be bought by the highest bidders.

9 comments

  1. warturoadam77p · March 28, 2015

    We have the best politicians can buy. The whole lobbying, influence peddling thing, drives me crazy.

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    • Gale A. Molinari · March 28, 2015

      Well we have politicians not sure if they are the best of anything. The Middle Class gets it from both ends and pays the bills so why people think one political party cares more than another is beyond me. Logically they are all either millionaires or multimillionaires most of them are from Ivy League colleges they have no clue what we go through. Nor do most of them give a damn.

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      • warturoadam77p · March 28, 2015

        Agree with you on all your points. And, that they’re all for sale to the highest bidder.

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  2. warturoadam77p · March 28, 2015

    *money can buy

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  3. Gale A. Molinari · June 16, 2015

    Reblogged this on galesmind.

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  4. swo8 · June 16, 2015

    In our country, Canada, party lines mean nothing. Doesn’t seem to matter who gets in the Multinationals rule!
    Leslie

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  5. Erica Herd · June 16, 2015

    Agreed.

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