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June 2, 2022 at 19:52 #1389bambamrvParticipant
This is only my observation and opinions, but having followed the follies and
inhabitants of the Swamp we refer to as Washington DC. The main driving force
behind all the backstabbing, battle for power and corruption that has become a
plague is Money. The people we sent to Washington often young and well
meaning soon become a cog in the two party machine that drives the process of
There is a pay to play system that is ruthlessly controlled by the Democrat and
Republican Campaign Committees, special interests and the fossils that have
made a career of milking the system and becoming millionaires.
All new laws, tax codes, and procurement go through a plethora of Committees.
To be appointed membership to a committee, a person has to spend hours on the
phone begging for money, in a cubicle at either the DNCC or the RNCC, since the
rules state that they can not do this process from their assigned office in one of the
various House or Senate office buildings. On average a house member spends 4-6
hours on the phone for every hour the spend on the floor doing their Job. Here are
the links for two great articles that explain the process, and how it corrupts and
And here is a list of all the Committees
The only way this problem can get fixed is the Convention of States , this issues
and Term Limits are only 2 of the topics that has to be addressed at the State
Level, to overrule the Permanent Ruling Class
Here is the Link for the COS
This is why we need patriots and efforts like the USFL to educate the masses and
get pressure from the local and State levels to fix a very broken system.June 5, 2022 at 19:01 #1480BigRich16051Participant
Thank you for this information, this can be very useful to educate people as to how the government corruption is systemwide.June 7, 2022 at 03:01 #1526BeckyHansen92Participant
I agree 100% on term limits. Can the States legislate term limits or does Congress have to that? We have discussion the other night about that. I thought Congress had to pass that and we all know they won’t. My husband thought that each state could pass term limits on fed positions (US Rep/US Senate).
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