Perfecting a Democracy

  • Prohibit any kind of personal insults in the debates.
  • Limit the election terms of senators and congressman to two terms.
  • The government should finance the expenses for every presidential candidate.

A representative democracy is a form of government in which representatives are elected to make policy and enforce laws while representing the citizens. There is a plurality of virtues here, including first the intrinsic importance of political participation and freedom in human life; second, the instrumental importance of political incentives in keeping governments responsible and accountable; and third, the constructive role of democracy in the formation of values and in the understanding of needs, rights, and duties. All this is present in American political life. But the last time the Democratic party acquired an inclination toward socialism, that doesn’t blend with democracy.

Lower the pre-election period from 18 month to 3 months.

The last election in the United States of America showed that basic changes need to be made.
It is advisable:

1. To lower the pre-election period from 18 month to 3 months.
2. To charge the party leader with the task to check every candidate before allowing them to participate in the election process (CIA, FBI, Press).
3. To prohibit any kind of personal insults in the debates.
4. To lower the number of members of Congress to 100, perfecting the arrangements for passing new laws.
5. To limit the election terms of senators and congressman to two terms.
6. Every candidate for election should write his autobiography and manifest of political ideas, publish them on the internet for information of all citizens of America.
7. Prohibit funds collection of any kind for election purposes. The government should finance the expenses for every presidential candidate approximately in the amount of not exceeding $1 million and for congressional candidates in the amount of up to $100,000.

Above are the organizational changes that can lead to significant savings in the maintenance of the state apparatus. However, it is more important to make changes in the political sphere. The democratic principles are that parties participating in elections must compete to achieve victory, but not to fight with each other. We have witnessed how the Democratic Party behaved after the people of America chose Donald Trump as their president. During and after the election, Democratic Party initiated bullying, surveillance and investigations into Russian aid, which meant Trump allegedly occupied the White House illegally.

Every candidate for election should write his autobiography and manifest of political ideas, publish them on the internet for information of all citizens of America.

He is slandered and accused of all non-existent sins while he has fulfilled all campaign promises. He is not allowed to work normally, to work peacefully even for a single day. All this is not accidental. Propaganda is being carried out in the country, especially among college students, spreading out Marxist ideas and the need to introduce a socialist-like system. It has come to the point that democratic governors and big-city majors are unwilling to obey the country’s leadership orders to combat the corona virus, and then to attend to the aftermath of the crisis caused by the death of George Floyd.

These actions (or complete inaction) demonstrates the ignorance and indifference of democratic leaders to the preservation of the lives and well-being of their citizens. The refusal of these officials to follow the Federal directive and accept the federal government’s assistance shows that Democrats see bigger benefits in worsening the situation in cities and taking advantage of it. In the same vein, the crimes of local terrorists are protected.

These events and actions should be followed by a thorough investigation by the competent investigative authorities and to find out whether this is a coverup for local terrorists. The Government should urgently develop measures, which will eliminate the possibility of uprisings our country forever.

We must make every effort to preserve and develop the capitalist system, eliminating its existing shortcomings over which the American people have been working hard and successfully for 240 years.

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Michael Zilbering

The author was born in Bessarabia(Moldova) and spent his adult life in the Soviet Union. He went through a paiful childhood , miraculously staing alive after years of Nazi concentration camps, where he lost all his family and close relatives. Despite all the hardship, his spirit was not broken.He showed persistence and will-power in the strugle of his future. He successfully combinet his job with studies and earned several degrees mathematics, phisycs,finance and economics. Working at a big industrial company as a CFO, he concurently spent a lot of time and energy on scientific research.As a result, many articles were published in various Soviet economical journals. After being in refusal for ten years, he immigrated to the United States of America in 1989. In USA he published a book"Reflection" by Xlibris and many articles of contemporary political, economic and social outlook.
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2 thoughts to “Perfecting a Democracy”

  1. While some of these suggestions might be interesting, others fly in the face of the constitution and freedom of speech. Politics has always been dirty business in America. At one time, the winner was determined by who provided the best grog because he got the most votes.

    Come to think of it, we still have politicians who play by those rules. We call it “Bringing home the bacon.” That is one reason most incumbents have a 25% lead coming out of the chute.

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