"You Asked and We Listened"
On Wednesday, the 112th Congress was sworn into office. Which of their campaign promises are most important to keep?
All laws must be based on the Constitution....
So far they've made a good start.
Cut out the unnecessary programs! Let us make our own decisions and be accountable for our actions. The goverment does not need to tell me how to spend my money, raise my children, what to eat, or live any aspect of my life.
In a perfect world they would uphold all of the promises made. Being a realist I am aware that isn't possible. Not because they won't make the effort but there will be roadblocks along the way. It's my hope that in 2012 those roadblocks crumble like the Berlin Wall.
I would say that the first order of business would be to repeal Obamacare. An act forced on the people of this country that was not only against the will of the people but in direct violation of the Constitution.
I feel that for the first time since 2008 that our country is once again getting back on track.
It really is difficult to decide which campaign promise is the most important. They all are extremely important to the United States.
Repealing the health care debacle is probably what most people will say, but I believe that our national security is most important. Without our borders protected we will be taken over by terrorists, illegal aliens, and drug smugglers.
As long as we are safe, our economy begins to grow again, they stop the out-of-control spending in DC and at home, and I have a job, things aren't all bad.