Friday, March 19, 2010
I was wondering what I could do about the chaos occurring in Washington with regard to the voting on healthcare. Then I read the book The 5000 Year Leap, and it all became clear. I should do exactly what I've been doing about everything else. Praying. Thank you God for preserving our Constitution, and thank you for preserving our freedoms. And I took a deep breath and sighed with relief. In God we Trust. Why did I miss that? I'm putting it in God's hands and letting it go. Nothing is written in granite, except the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. (I've seen them carved into marble actually). I'm recommending on my Twitter page that everyone just let go and let God handle it. Healthcare is a personal choice, it certainly isn't a right. We don't need people in Washinton telling us what to do, after all, they've got it all backwards, we are the Masters, they are the servants.
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
I think the residents of each individual state should make State Law that says that any representative, Senate or House, can represent their state, but only for a limit of two terms, and that the representatives so elected shall not make any law from which they as citizens of the United States are exempt. In other words, they must have the same health insurance as us, they must have the same retirement benefits as us, and they must obey all the same laws and rules as us. That may be 50 (not 57) individual laws for each of the fifty states, and then when all 50 states have adopted those laws, they shall be adopted and made into a Constitutional Amendment which the Congress of the United States and/or the President have no power to change without ratification by all of the States...not just a majority, but all of the states.