There is a line in a favorite movie of mine, “Eat, Pray, Love” where Javier Bardem says to Julia Roberts character, “You don’t just need a man, you need a champion!”
Truer words have never been spoken regarding our upcoming political elections. We need several champions (in my opinion), Congress, Senate, House of Representatives, all new elected politicians. Champions who look at the bigger picture for our children and our children’s children, and so on……
When making and passing laws the long term effects must be considered and respected. There is too much at stake now. We have too many delicate decisions that need to be made by people of character who have all of our best interests at heart.
Right now the people we have in most positions in government have let us down and I know the majority of us are fed up! We want change and we want it now, no more greed and corruption. Greed has taken over and the good of the majority are not even considered anymore. Makes me very sad for us, our children and future generations who will be cleaning up our messes. They should not have to suffer on our account.
There are some ways that we the people can take back control by our actions. If we do our homework we can effect the bottom line for these corporations who are poisoning our environment and taking over our government. We can find out what products they produce and simply not buy them. Done in multiple numbers this will hurt their bottom line more than you can imagine. Corporate greed can be suffocated by our purchasing power! Seems like common sense, doesn’t it?
We all need to become consciously AWARE and AWAKE! The time is now for us all to reclaim our beautiful nation! To make it safe and clean it up in all ways. To do that we need to follow the money trail, that will tell us who is in control and behind the self serving actions that are happening in this great country of ours.
When you vote, please vote with your conscience. It is imperative that we suffocate prejudice and hate and start treating each other the way we want to be treated ourselves. It is 2016 after all and we have come a very long way to become equals on most playing fields. There is some work still to be done but I would be very disappointed if we went backwards. Hopefully, most Americans will be using common sense on election day and we will have our beautiful country back with the respect and dignity we all deserve.
Here’s to your health and well being!