posted on May, 20 2009 @ 03:43 PM
reply to post by earlywatcher
No. You've got to start somewhere. Local (i.e., state, county, municipal) politics is where you get heard and build a base.
I've done this. Since then, I've become personal friends with governors, U.S. reps. and sens., judges (State and Federal) and more state, county
and local politicos than you care to count.
Influence is a commodity. If you want to be heard, you have to speak the 'native' language.
Changing the system from the outside is revolutionary, changing it from within
This can be done. It takes patience. It takes time and persistence.
If you don't start, you will never finish.