I have questions:
I have a question for all elected politicians. When you are campaigning for the candidate of your choice or, in the case of Cruz, Kasich, Wasserman-Schultz, et al., spending the majority of your time in elections, who is paying you? Do you waive your government paychecks? If not, please explain why all taxpayers should pay your salary while you campaign for someone, not every taxpayer agrees with.
I have a question for Barak Obama, pseudo-president of the United States of America, and all other presidents past and future. What gives you the right to use Air Force One for personal family vacations, transporting friends, campaigning for candidates in your party, and other non-presidential purposes? I submit to you that Air Force One, it’s highly trained, and skilled crew, flight, and service have better things to do than to provide free rides paid for by taxpayers.
I have a question for all elected members of our government. With all appropriate respect, would you please explain to me precisely who, whom or what elected you to office? Now, I’m assuming your constituents, those people from your home area who voted for you in answer to your promises, to serve them did. If I am correct in my assumption, would you please explain to me why it is that you appear to only vote along party lines? Did the Senator from Arizona vote for you in the Missouri election – did the representative from Illinois? Did you swear an oath to serve the people of your constituency or did you swear an oath to serve your political party even when it harms your constituents?
I have another question for the Congress of the United States of America, specifically the House of Representatives. Is it true that a function each of you was elected, and sworn in to do is to hold tight to the purses strings of our beloved nation? If I am correct in this assumption, may I ask why you refuse to do so? Why do you allow the pseudo-president in our White House take money earmarked for veterans and the elderly to use for illegal immigrants? Please explain.
I have yet another question for the House of Representatives. Is it true that another function for which you are responsible is the making of law(s)? If I am correct in my assumption, can you please explain to me why it is you appear not to have the power to override presidential vetoes that are obviously detrimental to all but the most elite in our America? Is it because the proposed law did not meet ethical and/or appropriate legal standards or is it because one political party or alliance is having a childish tantrum because they didn’t get their way in another bill?
Did we, the People who elected you to represent WE THE PEOPLE did we make a mistake?