SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK
Here are two of the main causes of problems with government in this country:
First, there are those people who say there’s no point voting because it doesn’t make a difference, then complain about the politicians other people vote in.
Second is the fact that the public’s approval rating of Congress is 10%; yet in the 2012 election, 84% of the Senate incumbents and 85% of House incumbents held onto their seats.
The first is a product of not only frustration, but laziness. We don’t want to take the time to research the candidates and choose the best one – or the least worst one. We don’t want to support and encourage good candidates, and we don’t want to go through the meat grinder of being candidates ourselves.
The second is more revealing, and is a variation of the “not in my back yard” argument: “Every member of Congress is worthless and criminal – except my Congressman.( Collapse )