Presidency in the United States

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The real question is will the voters do what is necessary to change the system.  Changing the system will remove power from the politicians, so they will resist with all their might.

It will also mean a re-alignment of economic benefits from special interest groups; special interest groups other than business and the so-called rich.  This is about improving the economy, not about the transfer of wealth.  These special interest groups will also resist.

Voters have two basic choices.  Either take control of one of the political parties or form a new party.

Each option has pluses and minuses.  Both would entail a lot of hard work by many people.

So, are there enough voters/people willing to work/struggle long and hard to change the system?

To return America to the vision of our forefathers.


Written by solutions777

July 4, 2011 at 6:30 PM

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