Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Civics 2013 How a Bill becomes Law

  1. A corporation, individual or group with deep pockets write a bill that provides them benefits at the expense of tax payers.
  2. Lobbyists are hired to find one or more people in congress to present the bill.
  3. Campaign money, etc. is promised from multiple groups and entities that all receive money from the originator of the bill.
  4. As money is spread around and 'meetings' are held on golf courses and at resorts around the globe, more politicians jump on the band-wagon.
  5. Key committee members are promised more campaign money.
  6. Congressmen and congresswomen attach completely unrelated amendments to the bill to bring home the pork (my next blog).
  7. The news media cranks our stories about the bill, but avoid actually providing the public with the actual bill.
  8. The bill is voted on by both Houses and the President signs it into law.
Next I will write a little about how the gravy and pork keeps flowing and then explain how to keep the public at bay.

Soon I will write about the necessity of keeping the blood of our brave military flowing so that the rich get richer.


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