acn anyone tell me why politicians keep on and on breaking promises to the people who voted them In
I'd like to believe that most politicians have the best of intentions when they make campaign promises. When they get into office though, they find that there are so many other interest groups that are looking over their shoulders and applying pressure, that doing the things they promised may not be as easy as it seemed from the outside. And economic issues, especially now, play a huge role in being able to get projects approved. After all there are only so many dollars to cover all the projects everyone would like to see get done.
by Skyler Parker 5 years ago
Why do we trust politicians?Since the beginning, being a politician has given you the reputation of being a liar. So, why do we still trust them?
by Brian Slater 6 years ago
Why do politicians continue to lie to us, why don't they tell the truth anymore?There is so much spin put on every news story you hear. Why have we moved away from telling people exactly what the truth is?
by Iontach 6 years ago
Does anyone here find probiotics useful? If so please tell why.
by coverley1 8 years ago
Is there anyone who can tell me why my Google Adsense status reads 'not set'I have been approved by Google. Also I can't access the field to enter anything if I knew what you had to enter. Thanks all.
by AGBarteck 7 years ago
Can anyone tell me if cattail plants are toxic to dogs?I am asking because I'm getting really good at making cattail cordage and want to know if I can make toys and mats out of it. I can't find cattail on any of the lists that I have looked at on the internet. Thank you
by Daffy Duck 7 years ago
Should politicians be held to the promises they make?They make some promises with the intention of doing what they say. ButPoliticians make some promises with no inclination of ever following through. Should they be held accountable for what they say they will do or is it just how...
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