Our government changed its own form long ago. I do not believe the majority has REALLY selected the President in a long time. Nationally there have been many elected officials who winning was questionable at best, a few seemed to be a direct slap in the face to voters. Our government has been run by nothing more than money in the hands of the people that we ELECTED. I cant go for an hour ride around here without seeing the results of the past few leaders work. A lot of things here were bought up by former vice presidents. I have not voted for the person that won many elections and the point that seems weird to me is most people I know in this very small town didn't either. Still our records indicate clear victory for the opposite side. I try to be as objective as possible and have watched and read a lot on the topic trying to ignore what seemed like hot air or didn't seem to have any validation. The above is the best I can make of it. There are some good people, but the overwhelming majority having such a money and power hungry goal, they don't stand a chance. ceemes I agree with the direction of your statement but the dictator is not the one with his face on tv and in the papers. I think big money and big business clear have control of everything. I make this statement based of watching the past years financial mess occurring. Who got bailed out. Who got tax payer money no strings attached. Who was allowed to gain monopolies on things, be it a bank, a service (xm and siruis merger) or many others. It is my fear that our government has gotten so distorted from its intention, our people have lost control, and our people have themselves become to lazy and or greedy to be able to do anything about it all till it fails completely. These are just my views I like debate on these matters. Open minded debate is what started this country and is in my opinion a great basis for a fair and just form of government.
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