posted on Feb, 13 2012 @ 01:52 PM
Originally posted by Hessling
What if the Judge is absolutely correct about at least 51% of his "What ifs".
I think America's current trajectory concerning both international and internal domestic policies are more a direct reflection of available
actionable intelligence, and what America does internationally and domestically is far less dependent upon who is in the White House.
It makes absolutely no difference who Americans "elect". It is an illusion Americans have a choice, in my opinion.
The reason our current government was formed hundreds of years ago was because it was impossible to get information from point a to point b in less
than weeks, months, or in some cases years.
Representatives were to represent their constituents and then go home during the down time to live with and keep in touch with their needs. That is
what our LAW MAKERS were supposed to do.
Hundreds of years ago.... when it took weeks and even months to get information from one state to Washington D.C. ...
But, people are either unwilling or unable to utilize the current level of technology to be their own government, vote themselves on what becomes law
and what does not become law.
Do we need Congress? Do we need more laws now? Do you personally know anyone who knows the number of laws that currently exist? Is it a prerequesite
that law makers need to know all the existing laws word for word prior to getting paid to make new laws?
Are the existing laws required learning in schools? Does a high school graduate know the specific number of all the laws and rules that exist?
Vote for new law makers to make even more new laws, and pay them to do it with money we don't have, and we can't afford.