Sunday, August 07, 2011

Recently, I have tried not to write about political issues in the blog. They are too controversial and even more depressing than obituaries. In a way the current political issues and the economy are like an obituary of our country. I have considered myself an independent and in the past have supported Republicans and Democrats. I have now changed my political persuasion.

From now on I plan to vote against whoever is in office regardless of their political party or even their track record. The Tea Party has ruined the Republicans and are made up of a bunch of naïve, selfish loudmouths who think their mission is to cut out all our entitlement programs and not tax anyone, especially the wealthy. I wonder if they have ever known anyone who is elderly, disabled or underprivileged. On the other hand there is the left wing Democrat that wants a socialized state and government takeover of everything. None of them represent me, a middle class person who has worked, saved, paid a lot of taxes, abided by the law, helped many in need, had respect for my country, served in the military and supported the idea that we are a nation under God. I don’t mind paying taxes, but I believe Exxon and the wealthy should also pay their fair share; likewise, I believe in Social Security and Medicare but hate the fraud in our system and have no sympathy for those who are fit but make a life out of dependence on government handouts.

So, there you have it. Incumbent now means out. This means everyone from President to Justice of the Peace. I only wish we could vote Federal Judges out of office. The judges sit around and make rulings with no regard for how the majority voted on an issue. Another requirement for judges is that hey should not be allowed to vote or have allegiance to any political party.

The ones who need to go more than anyone are members of Congress. Six year single terms would seem fair but that’s it. The candidates should be required to take an IQ test as well as a test on American History and the Constitution before they can even run. The current bunch have sent us on a road to ruin and made our fragile economic situation a global issue. A course in economics and the Constitution should also be required when their term of office begins.

My new campaign slogan from now on is, Incumbents Out. That’s better than, ”change.” Maybe we will get change and good behavior with the constant turn over.


Blogger Mark said...

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4:15 AM  
Blogger Mark said...

Amen! Also limit terms for CEO's and spend within our means. No more gov't handouts for the able bodied and make it tougher for the Wall Street sharks.

4:18 AM  
Blogger jeff ludwick said...

Amen!!! The greatest blog ever! Term limits, term limits, term limits and politicians caught with their hand in the cookie jar should be shot on sight.......

6:16 AM  
Blogger B(O)B said...

Bullseye!!! Right on Target!

6:04 AM  
Blogger Calvin Bowden said...

Outstanding! Thes kinds of incitflcomments renew my faith in the elective system. Maybe you will, in the future, comment on the influence that hugedonstions of money has on elective officials.

8:32 AM  

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