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Monday, September 21, 2015

Public Servants

Public Servants

By Stephen Douglas
September 21, 2015

Public Servants, better known as Presidents, Senators, and
Congressman, are accountable to the public for whom they
are to serve.

Compensation should be determined proportionate to availability
within the budget after providing for the social welfare of the
country.

The standards to which they are held should be higher, not lower,
and the standard by which they are to subsist, should be a standard
that is proportionate to the median income, not the elite.

They should be stripped of all corporate ties and of all private
wealth.

Then they should be allowed to serve, with transparency and
accountability.

They should be governed as they govern, they should be imprisoned
for their crimes.

They should be made to live with the poor and walk in the streets
of the destitute.

They should be made to dress in common clothing and to eat
common food.

They should have to walk rather than drive.

They should be given no special treatment whatsoever and their
travel should be dictated as necessary by the people, with personal
and professional expenses published in a standardized format
available for all to scrutinize.

They should be made to answer to a citizen panel for their actions
on a weekly, monthly, and annual basis.

They should live paycheck to paycheck and their children should
attend public schools.

They should have to serve the country by showing their willingness
to put themselves and their loved ones on the front line of any
conflict or war into which they are willing to sign away the lives of
their countrymen.

They should be willing to partake firsthand in the blood lust and
murder that they agree to each and every time they sign the death
warrants of hundreds of thousands of innocent people in other
countries.

They should be stripped of the pride and arrogance that they carry
when they look down their noses at their fellow men and women
and they should be addressed only as servants, with respect and
dignity equal to that which they give.

To serve is not such a bad thing at all; it is an honor, but only when
it is done honorably.

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