What Change

Discussion in 'Congress' started by Replace_Fed, Sep 4, 2008.

  1. Replace_Fed

    Replace_Fed Rookie

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    What is the definition of change?

    1 a: to make different in some particular : alter <never bothered to change the will> b: to make radically different : transform <can't change human nature> c: to give a different position, course, or direction to2 a: to replace with another <let's change the subject> b: to make a shift from one to another : switch <always changes sides in an argument> c: to exchange for an equivalent sum of money (as in smaller denominations or in a foreign currency) <change a 20-dollar bill> d: to undergo a modification of <foliage changing color> e: to put fresh clothes or covering on <change a bed>

    Let me remind you on some facts before we move on:

    The approval rating of Congress from different polls shape up something like this: 18% 16% 20% 17%. Approval rate of a Democrat-led Congress is somewhere between 16% and 20%. Guess what? President George W. Bush approval rating: 33% 32% 30% 33% 29%. The range for Bush according to various polls is somewhere between 29% and 33%.

    What does this mean?

    We are stuck with two Presidential Nominees coming from Congress with a worse approval rating than President George W. Bush. Remember Biden, he’s part of a Congress that doesn’t get the job done. The only true outsider of course is a Governor of Alaska Sara Palin who seems to be very unpopular by the national media. Maybe she needs to be part of this lousy Congress to get praised like Senator John McCain or Senator Barack Obama.

    Is American disgruntled with both the Executive and Legislative branch of Government? So why in the blue/red hell we stuck to choose these two candidates? Choose “lesser of the two evils.” How about choose “no evil” at all.

    We should already know by now that America is divided by the left and by the right. Certain issues conglomerate a voter electorate to either side. Do you see this political separation of ideologies play within the media? Why is it that if you are a Democrat, you’ll do anything in your power to only elect a Democrat? Same applies with Republicans who’ll do anything in their power to only elect a Republican. Whatever happened to selecting the right people which in the case of our nominees, come from a disapproved Congress.

    So how are going to change Government when only Democrats or Republicans run the show. I hope one day we will get rid of both parties and replace it with one that truly represent the American people. Let's hope that our Government could get the job done. How? Cut lose of the special interest and lobbyist who fund both parties. Cut them lose.

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