Is America’s Next Presidential Election About To Look Like An Episode of “Dynasty”?

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When asked last year about the prospect of her son Jeb running for president, former first lady Barbara Bush responded that “…we’ve had enough Bushes.”

America s next presidential election is about to look like an episode of Dynasty Quartz

320 million Americans and we can only find a few people from the same family to lead the nation. The next president better start dancing with the american people unlike this president who continues to dance with the devil all over the globe!
 

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I don't think Jeb will get the nomination.
 

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When asked last year about the prospect of her son Jeb running for president, former first lady Barbara Bush responded that “…we’ve had enough Bushes.”

America s next presidential election is about to look like an episode of Dynasty Quartz

320 million Americans and we can only find a few people from the same family to lead the nation. The next president better start dancing with the american people unlike this president who continues to dance with the devil all over the globe!
The next presidential election will look much like the ones in the recent past. Nothing has changed, and nothing is going to change. The American voters will go to the polls on election day and elect another professional politician to run this once great nation. The odds are that Republicans will vote Republican, and the Democrats will vote Democrat. Party politics will rule, just as party politics has ruled in the past, no difference. It'll be red against blue, and blue against red. Voters will continue to use the excuses for their choice as " the lesser of two evils", "look what the Republicans have done", "look what the Democrats have done", and "I'm not going to waste my vote".

Regardless of which candidate or party wins, we'll continue to see the game "politics as usual", and we'll continue to have a Lobbyist controlled U.S. Congress. We'll continue to have the wealthy, the powerful, and the influential dictate legislation and policies. We'll continue to have favoritism, kick-backs, self-service, and greed dominate politics. In summary, the voters will once again swallow hook, line, and sinker, every single word spewed from the mouths of professional politicians, and elect one of them to sit in the oval office for four years. After election day, voters will return to the routine of complaining, blaming, and criticizing politicians for the sad shameful state that this once great nation is in. And, when it's time to go to the polls to vote again, voters will repeat the process as they have done for many decades now, never learning from their mistakes.

Remember, money buys the oval office. The rich, the powerful, and the influential determine the names on the ballots. Once elected to office, many favors must be repaid, and they usually are. The same goes for those elected to serve in Congress. Political offices are bought and paid for, no exceptions. Votes on the floors of Congress are bought and paid for, as is policies engineered and enacted by the oval office. Once elected to office, professional politicians exert their will, and not the will of the people. John Q. Public has little or no representation in Washington politics.

Yes, it's true that voting is a patriotic obligation. Everyone of voting age should vote. But, voting is also a responsibility that we share to protect and to serve this once great nation. We are responsible one to another, and that responsibility means that we elect true representation to lead this once great nation, and to ensure freedom, justice, liberty, prosperity, equal opportunities, and rights guaranteed by the Constitution. We fail in our obligation when we allow the wealthy, the powerful, and the influential to determine which candidate(s) gets our vote on election day. We fail in our obligation when we vote along party lines regardless of past records, past damage to this nation, and past history of "The Selling of America".

So far, there is absolutely nothing to indicate that Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, or any of the other candidates, will actually fight for the citizens of this once great nation. None have said that they would lead marches and protests "a la MLK", locked arm in arm with citizens, to the steps of the Capitol and call Congress out into the street. None have said that they would expose government corruption and name names of those selling legislation and policies. None have said that they would fight to make our judicial system one of true justice for all citizens. None have said that they would fight for fair, equal, and just taxation. How many candidates are actually willing to lead the citizens in an effort to correct the many wrongs that has made "The Washington Brotherhood" an entity unto itself, answerable to no one except itself?

Think about your country, your children, your grandchildren, and future generations before electing another professional politician to serve in government. We've all seen and experienced the damage they have done, and will continue to do unless we start thinking before we vote.
 

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Every election since the inception of this nation could be an episode of Dynasty considering the fact that almost every President in America's history have been related to each other (by blood or marriage).
 

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That's clever. I hear Carrottop is looking for a new comedy writer, you should submit your post as an example of your best work
More clever than your post about Jed. Do you really think his name is Jed?
 

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