CNN's John King talks to Joplin High School principal Kerry Sachetta about the town's road to recovery.
I have conceived a legal way for us voting citizens to bypass Congress temporarily and take over our elected representative's voting duty in the capitol legally. We will vote from our homes in a new, instant and as a single type republic or one single parliamentary type body. No more republicans or two party lock downs until we get our country back and on the plus side financially, employment wise, morally, and with pride again.
In short, we will install a master computer most anywhere to vote into, then have monitors,TV's, etc in every room in the capitol for openness or transparency to view all bills, laws, etc, then we will be the voting party to run our legislative branch of government until we "clean house". Please write to get my full report with your e-mail address.
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