Many have already seen they “the rent is too damn high” party. I, now formerly have decided to put forth the idea of creating a “Do your damn jobs!” party. The idea is easy, email your State Senators, District Representative, and President Obama with the following message, “Do your damn jobs!”
To members of the Court System – You are to represent social justice by not only making sure law is enforced, but is Constitutional and legal under the powers with which it was written. We all understand you are biased one way or another, but leave it out of the courtroom.
To members of the House of Representatives – Cut federal spending by promoting and encouraging Americans to participate in the YouCut program. Honor your commitment to deny to hear ANY bill on the floor that includes pork spending. Push repeatedly to substantially decrease the capital gains tax to allow the United States to attract foreign businesses and entice domestic business to hire. Finally, get busy on re-writing a fair and understandable tax code that include all citizens (including yourselves).
To members of the Senate – I want to see debate, damn it! You people are the ones who are responsible for the balance of voice for every State in the Union. I cringe every time I see a Senator capitulate, under pressure, to sign a bill that could potentially infringe upon it’s, or another’s State rights. If you keep allowing the Federal government to dominate the rights of individual States, your jobs become utterly meaningless.
To members of the Executive branch and President Barak Obama – Admit that the health care law you passed was flawed. Do the right thing and repeal it yourselves. Work with Congress to lower capital gains taxes and bring companies from India and China to the US to employ workers and create products, this will allow businesses to ‘relax their collective clenched buttoxs’ and begin hiring. Drop the rhetoric of demonizing the wealthy that you are collectively a part of, and join in making things better for ALL Americans.
To all members of the Court, Congressional, and the Executive Offices – First, and foremost, conduct yourselves like Statesmen. Stop degrading the offices you were entrusted to uphold. Discuss your points of view and do not back down from your core principles. While personal attacks may prove effective, they are childish and detract from the discussion of issues. Issues are what we face, as a nation, not personal characterizations.
This *COULD* be the legacy of the 2010 Democratic and Republican Parties if you people would stop playing games with the American public and (come on, say it with me) “DO YOUR DAMN JOBS!”