Now they have more people in state legislatures and Congress, so they will have more ideas. Even after the amendment was passed people still did discriminate. Even though it gave everyone a right to vote, somehow people still found a way to discriminate. They did things like literacy tests, which gave the disadvantage to the people who didn’t have an education and the poor. Some people didn 't like this amendment, so
When talking about the power of the governor, it is natural to speak of the formal powers. However, it is harder because these are powers that come with the office itself. Weather it would be because the Constitution provides them to the governor or because the state has passed laws giving the governor such powers. Many people often say that they have long talked about strong and weak governors and compared one state’s governors to others based on these powers and what they mean to one in office. However, many of the factors in fact may affect how powerful a governor will be.
The Supreme Court is an extremely important part of government. As such, we need healthy judges that are on top of their mental game. Therefore, term limits are necessary because newer judges can have a different point of view, mental health will be reduced, and the majority of Americans support term limits. If we have newer judges they will have a different point of view. In the article, Christopher stated that “It would mean a court that more accurately refers the changes and judgements of the society.” This shows that term limits in the Supreme Court became more important.
Ms. Mejia: Hello Mrs. Salvarez, I would like to begin by asking you how your role in government different than that of an elected official? Mrs. Salvarez: Hello Ms. Mejia, My role in government is particularly unique because I actually have to thoroughly overlook cases and evaluate evidence before making any decisions. My job is to make sure that the facts are truly facts and make decisions that are and remain unbiased, which can be difficult for most people. We are also elected by the government officials to ensure maximum efficiency. Ms. Mejia: There truly are many differences, however what similarities do the two professions possess?
The twenty second amendment created term limits for the president and the twenty eighth amendment should create term limits for congress. In today 's society, especially the younger generation, everyone is so worried about social issues that rarely do they take the time to see who is enabling the nation, let alone vote for congressmen. While it may not be correct to not pay attention to government officials it 's unfortunately what is happening. Politicians are corrupt and the more time they spend in office the more they begin to care more about legacy than making this nation great. In an ideal word the American citizens would take the time to educate themselves on political officials and make informed votes, but that 's not what is
Political theory is all about speaking to people to get their attention and make them think that that politician is the right person for the job. Engineering rhetoric uses the speaking aspect, like politicians, but not on a maximum scale. The difference has brought out many theories about the differences between the two jobs, for example, Samuelson talks about how rhetorical theory has changed and how it is implemented into jobs, “The latest evidence of the gap between political rhetoric and economic reality is the Democratic controlled House 's decision to set aside, possibly indefinitely, the free trade agreement negotiated with Colombia by the Bush administration”(Samuelson 1). Rhetoric has a major influence in the job creation and how people make a career and advance in their specific job field. Engineering makes the rhetorical stance for speaking to people to get the approval for their projects.
The United States operates on a two party system and often times congress is divided between Democrats and Republicans. The relationships built between those in opposing parties are key in overcoming partisan and ideological divisions to get bills, and other legislation passed and through Congress (Manning). These people bring about a sense of cohesiveness amongst Congress and help to make things work faster and more smoothly. Building relationships takes time and with the House of Representatives terms only being two years much of this time is spent adjusting and building these important relationships. With the introduction of term limits, this process of constantly bringing in new legislators will slow down the process in which they get things done due to the necessity of building these anew.
Living in this beautiful country I have come to realize that our government feels as if they need to make up for our past political parties mistakes. Although they had good intentions, it has only made it harder only the majority of the population. America is unknowingly judgmental towards any select person that has a belief or opinion that is not supported at the current time. As an example people have seen the harsh behavior gay people have faced over the last hundred years so they decided to make their beliefs the most important.
Some people will say that equality isn’t achievable because they will have their own opinions that discriminate others. However, America has already come such a long way from where it started. We can still continue to make America better. Even though there are still reasons to worry about why equality cannot be achievable, our very past and the Constitution can help prove that wrong. America has changed and fixed many problems over the years involving discrimination and segregation.
Voting puts change into effect. Although the people in one town may want change and don’t get it compared to other towns, getting everything they want, it is this way mainly because of voting. “Voting is our chance to make a difference in our lives and within the world.” Voting is even considered “a way of honoring our history.” How, you might ask, there was many people who opposed voting, they didn’t want us to vote at all. Others stood up for the right to vote, they are known as, “Freedom Fighters.” These “Freedom Fighters,” “stood up for the right to vote.” Now that those days are over, now we must “stand up and vote to preserve the honor of those who went before us.”