What can you do?
We all know our country is in trouble. Many of us realize that no matter who we vote for government spending will increase and our freedoms will decrease. So whatís a poor voter to do?
I asked that question over two years ago and started searching for an answer. The result was a solution so simple I call the idea VoteKISS: Vote to Keep It Short and Simple.
Today we vote for candidates who make a lot of promises; they then go to the capitols and vote for compromise bills nobody wants or even understands. Why donít we write a few short and simple bills that solve our biggest problems in ways everyone can understand and most Americans agree with? We then vote for candidates who sign a contract to ONLY vote for those few bills as written each election cycle. Bills we the people approve would pass quickly into law with no special interest intervention.
You may think thereís no political issues most Americans agree with, but what about this list: congressional term limits, campaign spending restrictions, a short and simply written bill requirement, virtual congressional sessions so representatives live in their districts, end gerrymandering, allow second choice voting, and add fiscal restrictions such as no unfunded mandates, no deficit spending or printing of money without congressional approval ó all as a U.S. constitutional amendment. No self-serving politician would ver reduce their power by voting these in, but with VoteKISS, we can bypass them!
To promote VoteKISS Iíve stood in the Walmart parking lot for several weekends collecting signatures to run for U.S. Senate as a VoteKISS candidate. For better bang for my buck, I collected signatures for my son Andre to run for the U.S. House. Check out our website at www.votekiss.org today.
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