by Don Bobbitt 6 years ago
Should your political representative be a theoretical purist or represent all of their constituency?Think about it. When you vote for your local and national representatives, do you expect them to continue spouting political rhetoric and standing their ground on ideas and ideals, or do you want...
by lady_love158 7 years ago
http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUST … 309?ca=rdtThis is bad news for Obama! He's losing indepents in droves! It will take more than the black vote to reelect him this time and I don't envision it getting better for him. He's toast thank God and America will soon be back on the right...
by rhamson 9 years ago
With politics headed its own way once again after an election the opposition wishes to offer Sarah Palin as the answer. Is it time the American people stopped swallowing the warmed over platforms and knee jerk issues and took the country back from the Banks and Big Business?
by rhamson 3 years ago
"money absolutely can be speech." Ted Cruz stated when being asked about campaign donations. So does that mean that one persons donation can rise over party and PAC's when deciding issues and candidates?
by ahorseback 22 months ago
And she's not the only swamp monster , there are many on BOTH sides of the aisle and they ,we keep re- electing them ?-Nancy Pelosi -Harry Reid -......................-......................-.......................
by India Arnold 6 years ago
Why don't politicians stick to representing their constituency anymore?
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