Creating a national force

We all see the problem: 90% of us disapprove of the job Congress is doing, yet 95% of incumbents are re-elected.The voters are becoming more and more dissatisfied with the political parties and are showing this by the ever increasing number of new organizations dedicated to changing policy in Washington, groups such as As A Mom, TEA Party, GOOOH, Sons of Liberty, 9-12, and Operation Pitch Fork, to name a few.Most of the organizations have similar goals. Some focus on a single issue and others cover many. What is meaningful is they are all working to bring our nation into a new era of true and rightful government by the people, an idea that once made this nation great.This nation can again become a nation for the people if we will work together, but our problem is we have so many organizations, each with a few thousand members.It stands to reason, as long as we remain separate we stand no chance of opposing the parties. The solution is to join forces and work for the common good of all.But how do we join? It’s simple: by encouraging our members to join other organizations.I belong to eleven organizations and have spent time reading about at least fifty others. I have decided that the one that covers all issues either directly or indirectly is an organization named Go – GOOOH is an acronym for Get Out Of Our House. GOOOH is not a party, nor is it a platform. It is a process for electing citizen representatives to serve the people in the U.S. House of Representatives.Why the House (something we all learned in school and most have forgotten)?The President can suggest laws, but only Congress can make them. A member of either the House or Senate may introduce a bill but it must be approved by both. If similar but different bills are passed by the House and Senate, a conference committee attempts to reconcile the differences and then both will vote on the same bill. Before it can be a law it must also be approved by the President or, if he does not sign, the House and Senate can vote on it again and if they both pass it by a 2/3 majority it becomes law. If the law is challenged, the courts can rule that it is unconstitutional.GOOOH has the solution: get rid of the politicians and elect true citizens. Go will(a) Sever the ties with special interest groups(b) Replace career politicians with true representatives(c) Hold our elected officials accountable(d) Allow you and your peers to actively participate in the selection of your representative.(e) Allow you and your peers to determine, among yourselves, who can best represent your DistrictGOOOH does not define (or have) a platform. It allows selected candidates to represent their district's interests unencumbered by partisan politics. Candidates will define their own platform by filling out the Candidate Questionnaire.Candidates are required to sign a legal contract agreeing to run for no more than two, 2-year terms. They will therefore spend their time representing their district and developing legislation - not fund-raising (or pandering) for the next election.If you, the leaders and organizers, and you know who you are, want to push or support your cause I suggest you do it by sending your people to Congress.Only Congress has the power to change an old law or make a new law.If you will put people in office that truly represent the citizens of your district, who have no ties to special interest money, and are not beholden to any party, they can attend to the needs of the their constituents instead of the demands of their party and the special interests who fund them.And the best way to put your people in Congress is by having all in your group join GOOOH.Do not just ask your members to join, ask them to be a part of the process. When we get enough groups working tougher we will have created a national force to be reckoned with.With the help of God and all members of every organization we will take back America!Visit www.goooh.com and learn more.SincerelyDon AlexanderHouston, TX832-443-5108donmalex@aol.com .
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  • Dan, thanks for the invite. I know what you mean, members ofthe TeaParty are
    up set. For they do not think we are doing any good. I have told the TeaParty
    web site people that we need a place in the web site to sign petitions and send
    faxes to Congress. We do not know who are the T. Party candidates in each state. Two web sites we should copy are NunbersUSA and Act for America.
    A ACTION BOARD, to send faxes and sign petitions. Also to keep on top of
    the news each day, for it is moving very fast. There are over 20. billion members, in all the groups.

    Thanks,

    ARF
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