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Eye opener for December 08, 2023

What country could ever take serious a country that has Joe Biden as it President? There is no way anyone could ever convince me that Joe Biden or Donald Trump have ever been the best candidates to hold the highest office in the richest country in the world.

To win such an argument it would require that you convince me that of all of the 260,836,730 (260 million) adult citizens in the United States of America, Joe Biden or Donald Trump were the best alternatives to run this or any country. Even eliminating those adults under the mandatory age for eligibility to be President, I think we could find at least one Democrat and one Republican better than Trump and Biden.

Something that's disheartening to me is that I couldn't name one person currently in our Federal Government whom I would consider a better candidate for President: Being an Independent currently and a Democratic voter up until 2020, I can't even say I would have faith in someone like Bernie Sanders or Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez. Sanders' legacy of marching for civil rights has been invalidated by his support for Biden, who as Senator, not only supported the 1994 crime bill, but according to Biden himself, click on here

... I drafted the bill!

While there were some good things that came from that bill (watch the following video from the beginning to learn what they were), its worst and most racist impacts are described here, Click the link here and learn how it was racist from its inception. The twelve (12) billion that went to funding states to build more prison, is a direct result of the United States holding twenty-five (25) percent of the World's incarcerated population, while only comprising five (5) percent of the World's total population. To be more in line with America's population, the U.S. should only have around five (5) percent of the World's incarcerated, not five (5) times as many. And, before you agree with someone like Charlie Kirk who says black people commit more crimes, consider the flaw in his argument here.

Please tell me how there are more black people incarcerated when white people commit 4 million crimes versus black people committing 1 million crimes? Kirk went along with that stat and said it proved his argument, so I am assuming that he agrees with it. The problem is that, while that stat may indicate that black people commit crimes at a higher rate, it also indicates that there are four (4) times as many white criminals (4 million), so there should still be four (4) times as many white people incarcerated not 38 percent more blacks, or am I missing something? Let's look at the raw number: 4 million white criminals versus 1 million. There should be 4 million white people behind bars and 1 million black people behind bars, which means that the should be more white people behind bars, not 38 percent more black people behind bars. And, the worst part about this video is that the two guys "validating" Kirk's claim appear to be black, but they're propagating a racist lie that goes against their own race (that is if they're black). To be honest though, I cannot be anymore disappointed in these two guys than I am in all of the black people who voted for Biden, a man who, not only takes credit for locking up more than one (1) million people of color, but brags about it.

Ultimately, I can think of people in my personal cohort who would be better at running the country than either Biden or Trump. The problem is that to be a political leader in America, you must have more money than most or, more accurately, access to more money than most. And, to have access to more money than most people means to be BEHOLDEN to those who have more money than most.

Here is a simple solution to the problem with money in politics. Vote them out of office. Whether it be on a local level, which would probably be an easier place to start or a national level, vote the establishment out of office. There are more registered voters who self-identify as independent than there are registered Democrats and Republicans COMBINED. During the next Presidential, we could get rid of the Democratic and the Republican candidate by simply all voting for the most popular Independent or third party candidate. It doesn't matter if you like the candidate, because neither your favorite Democrat, nor your favorite Republican president has done anything for you in recent decades. If, however we get an independent or third party candidate elected, the following will happen: One, that Independent candidate will realize how tenuous their position is, because they will know that they could easily become a one term President. This would provide a greater incentive for them to help out the masses as opposed to simply helping the elite acquire more money and power. Two, this will take away the power that rich donors have over those politicians they continually get elected to office. Whether this plan be enacted locally, regionally, statewide or nationally, those independent leaders given a shot will more than likely put more effort in improving your life and the lives of those you know and love than only helping out the minority of which is comprised by the super rich. To learn how we can still turn America and the World around, keep reading.

In 2018, I wrote a book highlighting the problems Humanity would face if more power, wealth, and control was funneled to a small group of elite individuals, groups, or organizations. In my book, I provided solutions (from myself and others) to the inevitable problems and also a means for the Public to analyze, compare, and contrast the words and deeds of those we choose to follow against reality. In my book Solutions: Enough complaining. Let's fix America.

In "Solutions...", I provide the means for readers to disseminate information as provided by their news sources of choice, their elected officials, and any other authority they choose to follow. The book also offers a means to hold their leaders up, not just to a higher standard than is currently accepted but to one that would improve their lives and the lives of those for whom they care.

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