Monday, August 24, 2015

A Primer For Congress

Arbitrary--using or abusing power.

Discussion--considering by argument or debate
Debate--to deliberate, discuss or argue
Negotiate--to bring about by discussion and settlement of terms
Mediate--to act between parties as an intermediary
Compromise--a settlement of differences by mutual concessions

Represent--to stand or act in place of, as an agent or congressman does for people
Immoral--not conforming to standards of conduct usually seen as consistent with principles of personal and social ethics
Unethical--not in accordance with principles of morality; about right and wrong
Slacker--a person who evades his duty; shirker
Shirker--a person who evades work, duty, responsibility

Representative--a person who represents a constituency in a legislative body
Responsibility--a burden or obligation upon a person who is responsible
Official--a person charged with certain duties such as in government
Produce--to bring into existence
Producer--a person who produces
Productive--producing readily and abundantly

Selfish--concerned only with one's own interests
Self knowledge--understanding of one's own characteristics
Self-renunciation--renunciation of one's own will or interests

Hero--someone known for his/her brave deeds and noble qualities
Sacrifice--the surrender of something prized for something of a higher or more pressing claim
Generous--free from meanness or smallness of mind or character

Victor--a person who has overcome or defeated an adversary.
Victory--the decisive superiority in any battle or contest.
Nemesis--an opponent or rival whom a person cannot best

Conscience--the ethical and moral principles that inhibit our actions

Congress--a body of individuals who have been elected to represent all of us, but has lost the moral, ethical path.

Spirit guide--needed to keep said individuals on the straight and narrow
Constituent--a person who authorizes another to act for him as a voter.  Or, one who is easily duped.

Vote--a congressman's only spirit guide.  Let's start thinking and use this wisely

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