- Buy MathWorks MatLab R2009b (64-bit) (en)
- Buy Cheap Cakewalk Sonar 8 Producer Edition
- 149.95$ VMware Workstation 6.5 ACE cheap oem
- Buy Cheap Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Student Family Pack with SP1 (32-bit & 64-bit)
- Discount - Autodesk AutoCAD P&ID 2011
- Download ESRI ArcGIS for Desktop 10.2
- Download IMSI TurboFLOORPLAN Home and Landscape PRO 12
- 9.95$ Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac: The Missing Manual cheap oem
- Discount - Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium with SP1 (32 bit & 64 bit)
- Download Autodesk AutoCAD Structural Detailing 2015 (64-bit)
- Discount - DAZ Carrara 8 Pro MAC
- Buy Cheap Propellerhead Reason 5
|Congress Should Be Selected by People, Not Parties|
|Commentary/Politics - Letters to the Editor|
|Written by Billy D. Clifford|
|Monday, 09 April 2012 10:28|
Candidates brought forward by the GOP and the Democratic parties represent their parties and the special interests that fund them, not you and me. These candidates must conform to one of the two, usually diametrically opposed, political platforms. This candidate-selection process gives us fiction-based polarizing campaigns, a failed education system, trillions in public debt, and a tax system for special interests.
Candidates should represent the people who elect them. That’s how the U.S. House of Representatives is supposed to work – members represent the voters from geographic districts within each state. We should be voting for individual candidates, not a political party.
There is a process that does allow citizen representatives to be selected by the people in their local district. These candidates are not associated with any political party and will limit themselves to two terms. Go to GOOOH.com to learn more.
Serving in Congress should be an honor, not a career.
Billy D. Clifford
Tags See All Tags