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October 14, 2013
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Electorate too easily swayed by politicians

Editor: Prior to 1917, the senators in Washington, D.C. were appointed by each states legislature and sent to represent and defend their respective state from the long arm of the government. Each state knew and trusted the people they were sending, and that made it difficult for Washington to gain a foothold into the workings and business of every state. Well, we’ll just change things so the senators will be elected by the easily swayed population, then the senator will be subjected to the wishes of government rather than influenced by the state. The current scoundrels are but a continuation …

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The Record Courier Updated Oct 14, 2013 04:42PM Published Oct 14, 2013 04:42PM Copyright 2013 The Record Courier. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.