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Congress power is limited just like the president They have to watch out for certain things before they decide to do something because it might make the citizens unhappy Congress can be stopped by angry citizens This indicates that they do not get to do whatever it is that they wantIf congress decided to do whatever it wanted there are a few rules that can stop it The president can stop congress IF the president wanted to he can veto some of the things that congress wanted to do Congress can veto to override a presidential When the bill is passed by both the house and senate it is sent to the president for his signature Almost every law or bill that congress passes they have to inform the president about it and make sure that he agrees If the president does not want he will leave it unsigned which says that he disagreesThe people can stop congress from getting their way They can do this on election day they do not vote for him and he will not win Congress may not get re-elected due to the anger of the citizens It is very important that congress does not make the people angry because their success in the future lies in the hands of the citizensBefore congress gives themselves a raise they must consider a few things They have to see if the economy is strong at the time If the economy is bad and they themselves a raise citizens would react very quickly But if the economy is in good condition and everyone is happy then they are in a position where they can give themselves a raise Another consideration is they have to be popular They must be well known if I do not know you and you want to raise your pay I would be angry What have you done to satisfy me I do not even know you which can
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