26 March 2015
An Honorable Profession
In all the world, being a politician in the U.S. ought to be and can be an honorable profession.
In the only country where the government is "established and ordained" by the people, where the Constitution is above the Government, beyond its reach; where elected officials are supposed and intended to represent their constituents, among which and with whom they live, to protect their welfare, their livlihood, and happiness, not dictate what they are permitted to do, nor dole out alms - only in a country with that foundation can it be possible for "politician" to be what it ought to be - an honorable profession.
And when we vote for would-be politicians, that they will make being a politician an honorable profession ought to be the first and foremost criteria in making our election.
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