12-20 Politically Incorrect Daily




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I read a lot of history, and when I scan the national rankings of GDP, two nations jump out to me –#3 Japan and #4 Germany. They’ve been ranked near the top of national financial measures for almost half a century. This is especially amazing since neither is at the top of population or size, or especially in the case of Japan, natural resources. But an even bigger reason it’s so improbable is that both nations were in total shambles after World War II. Historians always credit the Marshall Plan for the recovery, but was that really the reason? America aided many countries devasted by the war, and they had far less to rebuild than Germany and Japan. Why did they not only recover quickly but far surpass almost every other nation on Earth? Certainly the hard-working cultures had something to do with it, but maybe we should consider another big factor–the governments were wiped clean and rebuilt from scratch. In other words, they weren’t infested with career politicians, lobbyists, bloated bureaucracies, and corruption infrastructures. They weren’t subjected to price controls, stifling regulations, mafia-run unions, and other drags on the economy. Meanwhile, the former most powerful nations of France, Britain, Canada, and India languished as socialist ideas spread through them.

Of course, Japan and Germany have been dropping recently as enough time as gone by that they’re falling victim to the same issues that have dragged on the rest of the West. I’d love to be able to wipe the slate clean of the current American government, but since that’s probably not realistic, maybe the next best thing right now is Term Limits.
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6 thoughts on “12-20 Politically Incorrect Daily

  1. The country grows, the minds of pollies don’t seem to. One of JB’s first votes in the Senate was against the original Alaska pipeline. He still has the same mind he had back then.

  2. Term limits? Yes, yes, yes!!! 8 years for the House, 12 for Senate.

    Also campaign contribution limits as well.
    $500 max for Individuals AND $500 max for orgs., businesses, PACs, and other groups/entities. Level the playing field of influence!

    • I would add that we go back to having the states appoint our senators as was originally intended. Either that or have electors like used for presidential elections. Having only one or two major cities in the sate deciding the outcome is not fair to the rest of the state. But I prefer the appointment.
      Also, no out of state money-eliminate the PACs. We don’t know where this money comes from. No more of buying the elections. Keep elections local. only those in the district can give for that candidate.
      I’d say only 2-3 terms for house. Plus, when you take the oath, if you violate it, then you should be removed and never allowed to run. IE; sanctuary cities,open borders, allowing crime to go unpunished–etc.

  3. You would get rid of career politicians in DC by giving them a real, six and a half day work week. Force them to live in DC area while “in session.” They could get back to their constituents during vacations. Their job is to work for the country, not work to get re-elected.
    Three day work weeks should not be the norm while they are “in session.”.
    Work them hard. Give them time to prepare and pass budgets.
    Remind them that they are the legislative branch not a “live-on-TV” investigative agency. They should use the power of the purse to focus the investigative agencies on their non-partisan function and also by exercising their oversight power over just those investigative agencies and the myriad IGs in all other agencies..
    Find a way to eliminate live C Span coverage of the clowns. Make the film available immediately to the news media covering what is now the live broadcast. That way the only TV coverage will be of newsworthy items/debate. No one would see the clowns simply preening for the camera and showing their ignorance. It would be up to future opponents to take excerpts from the complete C Span archives that show the stupidity of the incumbent.

  4. We have term limits.
    It’s called an election.

    Jeremiah 5:31
    “The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule by their means; and my people love to have it so: and what will ye do in the end thereof?”

    We want the bastards.

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