I Have A Question For You

I’m not a political site but wondered if you were interested in hearing how our politicians have or are supporting the American people. Not a raging negative post, but a post with real facts about our government, then and now, and the fallout. I want to point out outrageous behavior, outright failures and opportunities missed, and what they said vs what they did. I’ll keep them short, just one topic at a time. This is not a witch hunt, I’m not interested in the party they belong to. My hope is to shed light on how our politicians are or have really supported the American people. 

An example, a few days ago in the Tennessee Congressional Halls. Three politicians, I don’t know which party they belong to, spent their time on the floor raging about their views on gun control, they basically rioted on the floor. The three walked around the floor with bull horns rioting instead of the business at hand which was gun control. To add to the post would be the consequences or lack of and the politics involved in the action and a short take on my thoughts about the topic.

I get tired of hearing about politics myself and know many followers are from other countries and may not be interested. Give me some feedback on if this type of post interests you. You can always leave feedback on what you would like to read about in the contact section at the bottom of each post or thru my Contact Me page at Looking for the Light.

Thank you so much for your support over the years, you will never know how positively you have impacted my life. 

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  1. Frankly the political climate fills me with despair. The situation in Tennessee is shocking especially in light of another tragic shooting in that state. It is astonishing that two representatives would be tossed out of the legislature. The use of the bull horn was a result of repeated attempts to be heard about guns in that state after that tragic shooting. I never thought this would happen in the United States. We are supposed to be the role model to the world of democracy at work but, clearly, we no longer are.

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    1. No we’re not, we’re a divided country. At times it is so shocking to me how fast we got here. By that, I recall recent, last 20 years, the country felt so much more comfortable to me. It would be hard to live in another country, many are so much worse or more expensive. I was godsmaked when I heard George Santos had lied about so much of his background and school history. What pains me more is why he didn’t get kicked out. We must no do any vetting. 🙂

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  2. Personally, I try to limit my exposure to political stuff. I think there are enough differences of opinion that the environment can become polarized, and even hostile, quite quickly. I think, unfortunately, most politicians are serving their own best interests, rather than those of their constituents. I can’t think of any off the top of my head that I’m pleased with. I’m interested to see what other think–there may be good things happening across the country that we should be aware of.


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