Our Senate and Congress need to understand that differences of opinion are healthy for the governance of our country BUT they must also understand that compromise after the discussion of the differing opinions, perhaps called diplomacy, is just as important. We elect our representatives to govern NOT to be opponents of our considered governance. We should be one nation that is considered and indivisible.
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Amen! This is what gives our system of government endless potential. For how much longer will this potential be squandered at the expense of its citizens and the world?
An important statement that I think captures the feelings of many of the individuals I’ve been chatting with lately, including myself. In a representative government, it’s partially our responsibility to hold our elected public servants accountable.
This great nation will change for the better when more of us speak up and take positive actions to effect change. My suggestion to Washington, D.C.:
Enough with the rhetoric! Show me. Prove it!
When you’re afraid of drowning, you don’t need someone to describe the water … you need someone who can help you build a raft.