How Do You Fix Broken?

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The country’s governments are broken on both the state and federal levels. Donald Trump’s vision to make America great again is both noble and flawed. One man cannot make America great even if he is the President. It is a first step and his success has been unqualified. This success has emboldened the Deep State to expedite the destruction of the country. What is the next necessary step?

Make Congress great. I did not put again in this statement since I do not know when Congress has been great in our country’s history. We see how the current House leadership is destroying both the President’s initiatives and his office in order to destroy the country so that they can rebuild it in their image.

How to make Congress great:

1. Article 1, Section 5 of the Constitution”

“Each House may determine the Rules of its Proceedings, punish its Members for disorderly Behavior, and, with the Concurrence of two-thirds, expel a Member.”

All it takes is 2/3 of the House to expel a member for disorderly Behavior as they define the rules. It would not take much effort to expel one or two “members” in order to bring civility and adherence to the Constitution back into the House. Imagine expelling Schiff for lying and obstruction of justice. Or one of the new Socialists for betraying the Constitution.

2. Expel a member for using the office for profit. Nancy Pelosi’s insider trading of Visa stock based on legislative to be passed in the future was and is still legal.

3. Outlaw lobbyists. Their only function is to pay or reward legislators for acting in their interests.

4. Term limits. Two consecutive terms in the House.

5. The logic for a six year term in the Senate is no longer valid. Make a Senate term for two years. Two consecutive terms in the Senate for the term limit.

6. Eliminate any benefits that elected officials receive that people are not able to receive. Health care is a prime example.

7. No retirement benefits for civil service in Congress.

8. Leaking classified information by any federal agency would be prosecuted without exception.

9. Withholding information, manipulating information or manufacturing information would be prosecuted without exception.

10. Limit time in Washington, D.C. to eight weeks a year. Make quarterly town halls mandatory in their district.

We know that the above points will not be implemented. Unless Congress and the Judiciary are brought under control, America will not be great again. So where does that leave us?

David DeGerolamo

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5 Responses to How Do You Fix Broken?

  1. Bricky says:

    “He who stands for tradition stands the longest”.
    Too little, too late. We lost the Republic and have reached the point of no return.

    “If Men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary. In framing a government which is to be administered by men over men, the great difficulty lies in this: you must first enable the government to control the governed; and the next place, oblige it to control itself.”

    ― James Madison

    • a follower says:

      Men are not angels, we were or (are) to be more, more than even the angels. This is why to put it bluntly satan is so pissed.
      Tradition? i no longer have much respect for traditions of men. This is another way i believe the world has led us astray.

  2. Minimalmed says:

    I agree with Bricky in principle, but here I go….
    With current encryption technology, there is no reason for them to be in DC at all. No one, really. The ultimate decentralization.

    • a follower says:

      And what is it with all this air travel back and forth by not just the president, but by all these officials? The late “senator”Mccain by example.
      We are and have been under the New world of disorder
      We seem to have too many chiefs and not any indians.

    • Bricky says:

      “If Men were angels, no government would be necessary”

      Bastiat’s Malthusian theory of the growth of the state (1847)
      The French economist Frédéric Bastiat (1801-1850) believed that the state would continue to expand in size until it over-reached the ability or willingness of the taxpayers to fund it:

      And yet the state, which, after all, is composed of men (although nowadays this is denied, at least by implication), obeys the universal tendency. It wants to serve us a great deal—more, indeed, than we desire—and to make us accept as real services what are often far from being such, and all this for the purpose of exacting some services from us in return in the form of taxes.

      The state too is subject to the Malthusian law. It tends to expand in proportion to its means of existence and to live beyond its means, and these are, in the last analysis, nothing but the substance of the people. Woe to the people that cannot limit the sphere of action of the state! Freedom, private enterprise, wealth, happiness, independence, personal dignity, all vanish.

      “With current encryption technology, there is no reason for them to be in DC at all.
      No one, really. The ultimate decentralization.”

      The ultimate decentralization began when Americans were never taught their individual 50 sovereign states had constitutions that protected them from an overreaching federal government.
      “It is the States stupid”

      This is an excellent 1862 short food for thought read. imo
      The political right of secession;view=1up;seq=3;size=125

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