CLARITY: A Series of Essays Outlining Campaign Policy Positions

While it is true that the President helps decide what legislation should be considered, it is NOT the decision of the President ALONE.

The House and the Senate have the task of crafting legislation that serves the needs of the people who elected them. Therefore, the agenda of the United States Government is decided by the VOTERS when they decide who will represent them in Congress. So any agenda I might want to pursue as President would only be possible if THE PEOPLE vote for Senators who support ACTION.

 

The legislative tactic of INACTION currently employed by the Senate has given rise to MANY of the societal issues we seek to eliminate… the solution to those issues seems to present itself immediately when viewed in that context.

Remember… before you VOTE, find out EXACTLY where the candidates STAND.

 

Remove the CORRUPTION. Restore HONOR in governance.

End The Electoral College.

 

As each essay is completed, I will post the link and description below.

 

 

 

 

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“But, then again… it really doesn’t matter what the voters decide at the ballot box. ALL decisions are made at the convention by the DELEGATES. The long days, shaking hands, eating corn dogs, promising this and that… if the DELEGATES can’t agree, it’s all up for grabs.”

#1- ONE CITIZEN=ONE VOTE (01-05-2020)

 

 

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“When you strip away all the nonsense, and get to the point of it all… I believe we’re NOT as far apart as it might seem. Or rather, as divided as they would WANT us to believe…

It seems that every now and again, we need a little reminder of how important our Right to Bear Arms truly is, and how easy it would be for a foreign adversary to impose THEIR will upon us… if only we were all UNARMED.” 

#2- Our Right to Bear Arms (01-20-2020)

 

 

 

Author: jackcharbonneau

Husband, father, housewife, musician, theoretical astrophysicist, Presidential Candidate in 2020, and all-around human guy.

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