Politicians Use Back Door

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Our political system is failing.
We have elected people that no longer represent us. They seek to represent themselves at our expense. They don't want to talk about being subject to the laws they are passing for everyone else. Most people with any knowledge consider politicians to be liers and cheats.

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  • Davide Simone

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  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen said (16 Oct 2012):

    Dennis, I think the laws have improved over what it used to be years ago....Women can now run for political office whereas it was unheard of in the earlier days... Women were not even allowed to vote up until the 1920's...I am happy to be an American and I plan to vote...I am
    glad that there are politicians who are brave enough to try to improve what has to be fixed.

  • Dennis Burlingham

    Dennis Burlingham said (16 Oct 2012):

    Oh, I didn't mean to say to anyone not to vote. There are thousands of dead people that still vote in Chicago every election. I think the way we vote needs to be changed and am very much against the electoral college. I do advocate not electing any incumbent. I believe the ones that are in now are part of the problem. I know the representative from my area is the Chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee. He gets a lion's share of his financial support from energy companies. No one seems to think there is a conflict of interest. He was rich when he was first elected and has managed to dwarf his previous wealth since he has been in office. I am sure that story is repeated many times in the Congress. I also plan to vote. I don't know what your ballot looks like but I see no brave politicians on mine. I would settle for one that just told the truth. Even if they had no credentials other than that , I would vote for them.

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