Some people complain about politicians not representing their constituents well. I disagree. From what I’ve seen in my life, all politicians do a great job of representing their constituents. They really do.
If I’m right about politicians being 100% true to their constituents, then why are so many voters so unhappy with the people they voted for? It’s simple: the voters aren’t every politician’s constituents. That’s right. Not all politicians consider the people who vote for them constituents.
Read more →This is the most important documentary of the decade.
https://youtu.be/X_AyP9SAEJc What can you do? Start close to home.
Don’t tolerate intolerance. Don’t curb your tongue. And don’t elect whimps to government. Missouri’s legislature needs every person with spine it find.
You don’t want a mouse in the House.
And Dottie Bailey has no places for safe spaces.
If you live in Wildwood, Eureka, or Pacific areas, vote for Dottie Bailey.
Read more →**Ninety-eight percent of Americans** - plumbers, dentists, bus drivers - have skin in the game. We have to worry about the 2 percent - the intellectuals and politicians making the big decisions _**who don’t have skin in the game and are messing the whole thing up for everybody else.**_ Thirty years ago, the French National Assembly was composed of shop owners, farmers, doctors, veterinarians, and small-town lawyers—people involved in daily activities.
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