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Small Cities in Small Counties

YESWECAN Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 12:34 PM
Do we not realize. Are we so dumb that we cannot see that CAREER POLITICIANS are selling us down the river many times in a single day? We must have TERM LIMITS on all POLITICIANS.
Ann Anon Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 1:24 PM
The problem is that we continue to reelect our own bums but want others to not reelect their bums. After all, our bums are bringing in the graft for . . . us. And that is the problem. We want our graft and we want to clean up others graft. We are so very human in our vices.
Jim88 Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 9:11 AM
We are dumb enough to keep re-electing them, term limits begins and ends at the ballot box; we only have to become smarter and work to nominate a new representative each election cycle until we find one that works right for us and then start finding someone to replace that person each election cycle if he, or she is not getting it done for We the People of that state and our nation.
Ann Anon Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 1:27 PM
I used to know a guy who always checked with me on the current office holder or incumbent on the ballot. Why? Because he always voted for a non incumbent on the theory that the guy in office had his chance to steal from us. Now it was someone else's turn. Just think what would happen if everybody did the same thing in just one election. Out with them all within 8 years at the most. What a different world it would be.
David70 Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 7:47 AM
Nice on topic comment, Yes................

From Marietta, Ohio 45750
The Washington County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner

I love county-level political events.

Unlike major Washington, DC-based events or national political conventions, the people who come to Lincoln Day (on the GOP side) or Jefferson-Jackson Day (for the Dems) dinners, or county picnics during the summer, or participate in parades are the people who are truly the backbone of American politics.

The tickets to the event here at the local Shrine hall were, I think $35 per head. Silent auction, extra. The meal itself would have cost $85 each at a restaurant in downtown Washington.

I am certainly...