Corruption Is Evidently Changing Government Policies

Congress devoured by dark, ‘corrupting influence’

(Photo: YouTube screenshot) A GOP congressman is detailing why it’s so difficult to bring about meaningful conservative reforms in Washington and how even Republicans are quickly conditioned to go along to get along, a practice he says is driving up the debt and deeply eroding confidence in Washington. U.S. Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., is beginning his…

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  1. Getting involved is the key! It is also one of the hardest things to get people to do. In my opinion and past experiences anyway. Most people are so used to, let me put this bluntly, not doing a damn thing more than what is least expected of them!
    When was the last time you saw someone stop, bend over, and pick up some garbage off the road, sidewalk, or trail and put it in a garbage container? Shovel snow off the sidewalks, up to other peoples’ front doors without ever asking for or expecting a dime??
    It has been getting so bad that to make it easier to vote where I live, it is all done by mail. Which is great! I love the idea that I don’t have to drive down to the polls , wait in line, then try to remember what was what, and how I was going to vote. I just do it at home with all the voting literature in front of me so that I can make an intelligent decision on those new laws or bills. Seal up my ballot in a couple of security envelopes, sign it, stamp it and mail it out!
    That’s the good part. Can’t get a lot of the people to get off their Lazy ass to even do that simple shit!

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