Why the Individual we Must re-elect is “We The People”
It is the day after the election we’ve resolved, and the votes are counted. This afternoon I knew somebody could be chosen president, people would be upset that their candidate did not win and that things would finally quiet down a little. Now there will not be vysledky on television attempting to influence my view, and there won’t be politicians walking the streets, only a lot of rhetoric on what happened and why, and hopefully in a few days even that’ll calm down.
One thing which will not change though is that, today someone will not have food, somebody will be homeless, there will be children which aren’t secure, New Jersersians and New Yorkers will still be trying to recuperate from Sandy, colleges will still have problems, there will still be violence on our streets, and there’ll still be people which are underemployed and unemployed. Firms will shut, wars will continue, policies and issues will still persist.
The most important thing is if we the people don’t show the day after the election we are in big trouble. It’s us who can really alter our country around - good old “We The People” we could make the largest impact in our communities our schools, and our families. We provide food, and cash to allow friends and strangers alike know that somebody cares, and they are not alone. It is town citizens and watch that care, who work together with the police and governments, to make our neighborhoods safe. It is the small, medium and big business owners who have the ability to employ people. We can lobby and call our politicians when we don’t agree with what they are saying. We can work together with our politicians, to alter the policies that don’t work, and those we do not like. It might be hard, but it could be accomplished. We can come together to get what we want we can go to our politicians in numbers and ask them to assist us draft bills (right today 11,970 bills and resolutions are currently before Congress) that speak to the requirements in our communities and our countries, but it will take “We the People”.
Now I hope we wake up and put our thinking caps, not to discuss the problems, but instead to work on solving them. Where do we have expertise, where do we function, how can we help? If each member of “We the People” asks themselves those questions today and searching for ways to come along for the benefit of everyone, what an amazing and awesome future we’ll be confronting. It’s the sacrifices and hard work of “we the people” that is really going to make America what it has to be.