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Breaking Deadlock and Government's Role

Updated: Feb 27, 2022


Our country is in deadlock. The rest of the world is eating our lunch as we grow less productive and successful every day. Our problems require immediate and effective action. The answer is not the left overpowering the right or the right overpowering the left, both have factions with extreme unconstitutional positions. The last time our government worked anywhere near constitutionally well was under President Clinton when power was split between the left and right. The .com era with the rise of social media has disregarded the constitution and reduced our Republic to a simple majority, a mob not a democracy. It is time to use social media to break the deadlock, restore constitutional order, rather than disable our government. Democracy is based on the power of the vote. We the people do not vote for politicians every day; they serve long after they are elected. So politicians should only decide 100% of limited things, limited government, things which >66.6% of the people can agree on. Beyond these limited Rules of Law, Laws should be designed with and for a continuous informed vote of the people; something that was not possible when The Constitution was written. The Free Market Vote is a 365 days a year 24/7 campaign with periodic elections. This holds politicians to their campaign promises, takes into account new scientific information and corrects unforeseen events and consequences in a timely manor. The government should make the Laws (Congress), judge constitutionality (Supreme Court) and be like the referee (Executive Branch) at an NFL game, stay in the background insuring fair and objective competition. For example, solutions to COVID-19 and Global Warming. Let the Legislature write laws that are controlled by a Free Market of the people, by the people and for the people, decide with Real Free Science and TRUTHs on a Real Free Internet; kinda like BitCoin, Block Chain. This would break the political deadlock that we are experiencing today. Our Government's role is and has to stay equal, fair and objective. In our Declaration of Independence on to the Constitution and Bill of Rights we passed the power of GOD and 5,000 years of hard-earned historical knowledge to agreements to live by and refereed by a democratically elected government. Religions, Political Parties and Individuals are protected by and subject to these Agreements under which everyone can freely perform charity, Progressive Equity, have opinions and take other Subjective Actions. Rule of law belongs to Government. Government makes laws not opinions; the only opinion power belongs to the Supreme Court concerning Constitutionality and proper application of Legislated Laws. Political Correctness, often based in religion, is not a Rule of Law. It is a subjective freedom of opinion/speech that we all can follow or not follow. Remember separation of Church and State. Lets be a successful people instead of living in perpetual chaos

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from: https://www.masterclass.com/articles/subjective-vs-objective-information-explained#subjective-vs-objective-understanding-the-difference Subjective Subjective is a term that refers to someone’s personal opinions or feelings regarding a particular subject matter. Subjective views or opinions are not based on truth or fact. They are one person’s unique interpretation of an idea and their own thoughts, feelings, and background. A subjective observation is influenced by a number of factors, including many different types of biases. In grammar, subjective means any qualities that refer to the subject of a sentence. Objective The word “objective” refers to factual, data-based information that is not informed by bias. Although feelings and personal opinions are not objective, objective data like facts or historical information can form the basis for an opinion or feeling. When someone gives you an objective assessment of a topic, it is formulated from data, verifiable facts, or other irrefutable evidence without considering the speaker’s personal feelings. Journalists strive to objectively report facts, as not to influence their readership with their subjective personal biases. Objectivity in grammar can also refer to the “object” or a sentence, meaning a noun that the subject of the sentence acts on. The Difference Subjective and objective are two forms of perception, and the main difference between them is that a subjective point of view focuses on a personal interpretation of the subject, while an objective viewpoint is based on factual data. Here are the three main differences between subjective and objective. 1) Facts versus feelings. An objective reading of a text focuses on the facts and data-based information, regardless of the person’s feelings. A subjective reading of a text focuses on a person’s unique feelings and experience. 2) Embracing versus denying bias. Subjectivity refers to the personal opinion that a subject has, embracing personal biases. Being objective means erasing any personal bias that a reader may have. 3) Grammatical meanings. In grammar, subjective refers to the subject of a sentence, or the noun performing an action. Objective refers to qualities dealing with the object of a sentence, or a noun that an action is done to.

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