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What are the 10 ways that the current political system in the United States need

  1. gmwilliams profile image85
    gmwilliamsposted 4 years ago

    What are the 10 ways that the current political system in the United States need a total overhaul

    and revamping, having government and officials who REALLY care about and work for the constituents, instead of their own self-interests?

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  2. tsadjatko profile image59
    tsadjatkoposted 4 years ago

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    You bring up a very good point. Today's representatives on balance do not care about and work for the constituents but most only care about their own self-interests. But we must understand to overhaul the current political system does not include an overhaul of the Constitution. Only a fool would launch on a platform to fundamentally change this country by changing or ignoring the tenants of our constitution. What is needed is not a fundamental change of the country the Founders designed but a correction in the direction human morality and political practices have strayed from the Founders principles. The system of government our founding fathers envisioned exists in print but no longer exists in practice.

    The Founders never envisioned the federal government having the power it has today and is gaining as time goes on.

    The Founders never envisioned career politicians, made rich by their civil service and catering to special interests running the country.

    The Founders never envisioned the welfare state this country has become mainly how politicians buy votes for promises of free stuff.

    The Founders never envisioned a country where the elections can be bought by the highest bidder, the one who has the most campaign finance.

    The Founders never envisioned a country with a dishonest media in the pocket of politicians.

    Politicians were never supposed to have the kind of stranglehold on their offices they hold today.The American public is passively condoning this ineffective system by not demanding better. We need to be able to recall leaders who do not live up to their campaign promises. A lot of damage can be done in a two year term in the House of Representatives, and even more with four years in the White House or six years in the Senate.

    We must reform the way our elections are financed and institute a way to recall politicians who are incapable of doing their jobs. Without these changes, America as we knew it will soon become unrecognizable.
    The Founders setup an environment for success, by their international import tariffs and making taxes between states illegal. This assured you could make money by investing here and the states could not engage in trade wars, like we are currently in with the 160 protectionist nations on Earth. The Feds are trying to undo Constitutional provisions against tariffs between the states, as we speak. The Founders made Interstate Regionalism illegal, to promote National unity and identity.
    So much more can be said.

    1. wba108@yahoo.com profile image80
      wba108@yahoo.composted 4 years agoin reply to this

      The founders did envision special interests  controlling elections, hence the separation and enumeration of powers. They also knew that liberty would be threatened if government tried to control special interests.

    2. tsadjatko profile image59
      tsadjatkoposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Agreed but I didn't say anything about that. What I said was The Founders never envisioned career politicians, ...made rich by catering to special interests.

    3. wba108@yahoo.com profile image80
      wba108@yahoo.composted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I'm saying this in opposition to campaign finance laws, that have only served to protect the political class from competition. My hub on the myth of campaign finance reform goes into this.

 
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