How To Clean Up Washington DC


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KD7ONE
March 6, 2009, 09:19 AM
Problem: Members of Congress violating their oaths of office.

Solution: Citizens should try to become the Secretary of State of their states.

Why: When a member of Congress wants to run for reelection, they have to file for reelection with the Secretary of State of their respective state. If a member of Congress violates their oath of office, the Secretary of State can legally deny that member of Congress to run for reelection by not accepting their registration.

Results: This will eventually create a media storm of questions, where by the public will be informed about that congressman or Senator violating their oath of office. It will also send a message to other members of Congress that it can happen to them as well.

Word of caution: When running for Secretary of State, do not say anything to anybody about denying members of Congress to run for reelection. This will raise red flags with them and they might do anything they can to prevent you from being elected.

If you do get elected, do not say anything of this until a member of Congress who has violated their oath of office tries to run for reelection.

Research: Do as much research about the SOS office as possible so you can answer any questions that might be raised during the election.

Blend in: This is where most people will have problems. Find out what political party in your state has the most registered voters. Join that party, not to really become one of them, but to make yourself known to them and gain their support when election time comes. We are at a point in time where we must do what we can within the limits of the law to clean up Washington!

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Zundfolge
March 6, 2009, 01:36 PM
Interesting idea.

Gotta wonder why it hasn't been tried before (although I suspect the reason is that you won't get re-elected if you pulled this).

KD7ONE
March 6, 2009, 08:26 PM
That's why is would be great if a lot of people in each state tried it each election.

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