State political representation is unbalanced, but it should be fixable Unless mascots should have a license to carry a gun.
In the face of big or small challenges, national governments can sustain the confidence of people with the opportunity to educate, mobilize and summarily produce local solutions to problems. Striking a balance between stability and despair, peace and the loss of peacetime requires a long-term capacity and vision. In the public world of politics, the race for the means and money to hold office has power, boredom with politics is treasured and coupled with the smallness of “the vote.” Conservatives have learned to make all change expensive, if PAC “advice” is not taken four things are likely. First loose PAC capital, second expect a challenger, third relinquish the respect of your peers and forth, face humiliation. That isn’t all, the 435 representatives and their staff are resource weak. Their numbers are small and one local office location is in service to nearly a million people.
Radical physical change (floods, earthquakes, violent weather, and human confrontations that produce thirty or forty thousand refugees in days require a belief in local authority to sustain their basics. Positive social change occurs through support, cooperation, and commitment of people that share common goals. Social forces produce a good response to physical threats, post-trauma while sustaining capacity for long-term solutions are responsibilities of visionary national leadership.
Locally defined objectives can confirm economic and social assets more relevant to the needs of people on a day-to-day, month-to-month basis to define mutual interests to the bone. Here is a case in point looking to the Political Action Committees (PAC) and related activities of the National Rifle Association (NRA).
Controlling Weapons of War
Issue: It is illegal for a private individual to own and use armored tanks or 50mm canon everywhere, but not rapid-fire weapons designed to mutilate human organs at close range.
Rapid-fire weapons and other guns are illegal in New York City. When brought into NYC from where they were legal they become illegal. Will you promote rational federal policy and legislation that recognizes the difference between Montana and New York City by providing for a bullet-proof universal background check for 100% of gun sales? Will you demand legislation requiring a renewable license to retain the right of ownership that will be nationally implemented and locally enforced?