2016 is only 4 years away yet some talking point folks are busy busy creating misleading talking points for the public about emails from the State Department
Here is a link to an article, “GOP Sources Altered Benghazi E-Mails To Suggest A Cover-Up, Reporter Confirms,” from ThinkProgress.org that explains that Condolezza Rice used misleading talking points about State Department emails on Benghazi. How come the press didn’t question this at the time? What happened there?
Will Washington D.C. Politicians Outgrow Dirty Tricks?
What would happen if there was a moratorium on dirty tricks in politics?
It would be a great day for all Americans!
Instead of some folks spending time pointing fingers at each other to get political points through twisting facts beyond recognition, folks of all parties might decide it is time to wisely use taxpayer money to get to work to:
- Create jobs
- Protect the environment
- Fix infrastructure throughout the U.S.
- Launch a bold program to replace oil with new forms of clean & green energy sources
- Improve health care
- Protect Social security
- Protect Medicare
- Get rid of waste, fraud & abuse responsibly
- Recognize where government can be useful
- Create best practices to promote economic growth in ways that also protect workers and the environment
- Improve educational opportunities for every child
This is just a partial list of what Congress could actually positively do if the people there decided to listen to each other and work together. Government only works when we hold our representatives accountable.
If you are tired of the fighting in Washington and want them to end the sequester by responsibly creating a meaningful budget for all, then please add your thoughts and comments to get the discussion going.
What can be done to get Washington D.C. moving again to work for the American people and really help solve our nation’s problems and think outside the box?
Various People and Cats Think Outside the Box
This Cat Thinks Outside the Box
Think Out Of The Box
John Cleese on Creativity