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The United States needs to get off the high horse of world policing and take a look at The Homeland Stop passing judgment assuming that countries have chemical weapons nuclear weapons or box knives The United States needs to take some actions at home before they cross the ocean to pick fights with countries that have firecrackers instead of chemical weapons A few things need to be done these include replacing the Supreme Court with younger and ambitious lawyers congress needs to limit terms and local politics needs to be revamped In most jobs if you are not competent they will fire you or you are forced to retire once you hit a certain age What about the people serving us on Capital Hill They are old look at the recently deceased Strom Thurmond he was 100 years old and he served forty eight years in the US Senate How is it that we can let a person that has no concept of where he is make decisions that affect us as a nation We have to limit the number of terms that they are allowed to serve we cannot let them reach an old age because they have become set in their ways and will not change How they were raised can have an effect on what I can or cannot do ie smoke weed buy absinthe or own a fully automatic rifle I may not necessarily want to do any of that but I want the choice to do that if I choose to Are we not a free country I thought these gave us rights The Declaration of Independence Constitution and Bill of Rights Yet it seems that the Supreme Court has the right to interpret the laws that have been set forth by our forefathers and can say No you have to jump backwards through a hoop that is in flames in order to receive the tax cut Why does Congress
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