meet present day conditions. Certainly no one could logically argue that America today is considerably different than it was in 1787.
Would you mind if I asked you a few questions?
Do you think the best candidates possible are running for the various jobs available, whether it is for President of the U.S., for a seat in the hallowed halls of Congress, or for a judgeship in your local county?
Do you think that the architects of the Constitution envisioned our having PROFESSIONAL politicians?
Do you think that the media gives equal time and comment to all candidates?
Do you think that the amount of exposure a candidate gets should be based on his/her ability or willingness to use their own money and be a professional fund raiser?
Do you think this (money in one form or another) should be a part of the criteria that judges whether a person is qualified to run for a particular office/job?
This list of questions can go on as you well imagine, for a very long time.
On one hand we spend billions on defending our freedom and we take our hats off and pray consistently for all the those thousands of men and women who lay their lives on the line for us everyday. On the other hand when it comes to choosing the people who will lead us in those governmental functions that our necessarily governmental, how are we doing?
Lets not be part of that group which recognizes a need for action, but does nothing. May I suggest that you join Team America – just go to [http://desire-accomplished.com]
Adjusting the U.S. Election Process
Independent voters key in NH GOP primary
FRANKLIN, N.H. — New Hampshire's large numbers of independent voters have contributed to its reputation as a mercurial swing state. But their impact may be felt like never before in February's presidential primary, playing a crucial role in choosing …
Read more on The Boston Globe