How is it that the voters only see their representative coming around the constituencies meeting...
the people when there is going to be an election? In certain cases it is almost impossible to meet up with the elected representatives when you need something urgent.
This happens all the time, when you need to talk with an elected representative about certain issues affecting the constituency or the citizens, it is difficult to locate him to get things done. But when election is round the corner, he is so readily available to shake hands and with broad smiles and all the promises to get him elected, and 'boom' you don't see anymore, let alone fulfilling the promises made during election time.
by Kathryn L Hill2 hours ago
Its un-constitutional to fight against a president so hard. What would happen if we just let him be? Once a President is elected his records should be sealed. After he's in, it's too late to put him on trial.Has he done...
by Grace Marguerite Williams19 months ago
If Donald Trump is elected as President of the United States, what will be YOUR reaction? Why?
by pisean2823117 years ago
how do you see his upcoming two years?
by John Wilson15 months ago
Clinton's popular vote win was basically her win in California - by 4 million + votes. Take California away from Clinton, and Trump wins by a landslide. The Electoral College prevented this bias of one state forcing...
by Jack Lee17 months ago
Look who is protesting the election results. Would the right do the same if Hillary had won?The answer is obviously NO. Now we see who are the real intolerant, the bigots and the deplorables...It is ironic how the left...
by Catherine Mostly17 months ago
What are you going to do the day after the election?I think most of us pretty much know who we are voting for at this point, so no matter who wins - lets let the cards fall where they may and look ahead: how will you...
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