Posts Tagged politics
The seat of the Presidency is a position of power that offers very little capacity for well-intentioned change. That is to say, individuals who seek to better humankind find that they are best able to do so pursuing other endeavors that aren’t political elections, leaving the over-worked, undereducated, and barely-surviving majority to decide for themselves who is the lesser of the two evils—which is almost always the case in presidential elections
Like it or not, our current government SYSTEM (read: not our government OFFICIALS) represents the best opportunity for addressing our grievances. It also happens to represent the route Americans are most likely to get on board with.