Thursday, January 6, 2011

I know I don't have any followers yet...

But I wish I had input on what people wanted to hear about.  I wanted to talk about separation of Church and State but I think I'm going to leave that for a later date.  Here is a current event.... For the first time ever the entire Constitution was read aloud in Congress.  Shouldn't this be a requirement BEFORE being a civil servant?  Not only should it be read but it should be interpreted into many different views.  "Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer."  When I argue/debate I never go into a subject I don't know both sides to.  That is part of making informed decisions.  Not talking points, not what you heard on a radio/tv show, not what your parents(this is a subject to be talked about later; where your beliefs come from) or friends say.  Make informed decisions that you came up with.  Here's my first WWJD: Make a law requiring all people running for office pass a class and test (verbal and written sections) solely about the Constitution and another class showing the history of our government and how it came to be. This class should be paid for by the person wanting to run not the campaign funds and retaken every 4 years of office. Did i mention reading it during the session of Congress is a complete waste of time and money?


  1. Reading the constitution was a waste of time and money, but I think it was important b/c Congress is so out of touch with their job. Good Refresher course! The White House should be next!

  2. yes but it should be read BEFORE HAND!