posted on Nov, 14 2012 @ 05:40 PM
OK, this is a semi-serious question, in a way. All the same, I decided to put it in the off topic General Chit Chat forum.
So, Mitch McConnel said his goal, or "campaign promise" was to make Obama a one-term President. Well, he failed. Therefore, does it not stand to
reason that since he failed at his "campaign promise" that he should not be re-elected?
It's only fitting after all......
As far as other politicians, other than not being re-elected, why are there not other penalties for not delivering on the campaign promises that they
make? It would definitely clean up the campaign season if they were held to those promises instead of getting into office then tossing the promises
away as if they had no importance whatsoever.
What could we possibly do to hold them to these promises other than the threat of not being re-elected? We need some more options here.