Vote The Bastards Out
Vote the Bastards Out is currently “Out of Print”. There are limited copied available at Amazon.com. The ebook is also available at Amazon Kindle.
The Third Edition is to be punlished in the summer of 2012.
Twenty percent of the American population controls eighty percent of the nation’s money. The other eighty percent of the population – that’s us, the average citizens – only control twenty percent of the money.
Why is that?
Spencer Gantt, an average citizen himself, has written Vote the Bastards Out! for other average citizens. Not for the PRC’s, Gantt’s own acronym for Professional Politicians, the ultra Rich, and the Celebrities who, after achieving their wealth and fame, feel they have become experts on all things political and social. PRC is, of course, pronounced “prick,” as in “prick your finger.”
Gantt’s often humorous, but always earnest book promotes a second American Revolution, held not on the battlefield, but at the ballot box. By continuing to vote for Democrats, Republicans and incumbents, we average citizens guarantee there will be no change to those vested interests and no return to a government of the people, by the people and for the people.
His solution is a simple one and one that follows the bidding of our own Declaration of Independence when it calls for us — the average citizens – to alter or abolish our government when it no longer derives its just powers from the consent of the governed.
So vote the bastards, the PRC’s out. Vote other average citizens, your sane friends, in.
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Vote The Bastards Out
by Spencer Gantt
- Paperback: 70 pages
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1432755420
- ISBN-13: 978-1432755423
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.2 inches
Read inside Spencer’s book:
|Dividing the Eighty Percent||9|
|Change? Show Me||11|
|Money, Money, Money||15|
|Seniority Is Not Quality||19|
|Clean the House…Out!||21|
|Term Limits 3-4-5||25|
|The Electoral College||33|
|Register at Birth||37|
|Voting Methods and Equipment||39|
|Your Ballot from Your House||43|
|Somebody Run Besides the PRCs||47|
|Millionaires We Elect||51|
|Who Is the Government?||58|
So long as Joe Sixpak and Jane Doe, the average citizen class, stay divided among themselves; so long as we all keep voting for the Democrat or the Republican that The Party says we can vote for, then there won’t be any “change,” as was recently promised. Vote for someone like yourself.
Today’s overpaid elected and appointed bureaucrats come across as being far more interested in what they can do for themselves than for their state, local community, or country.
The PRCs are three distinct types of people who make up our elitist ruling class. They are Professional Politicians, the ultra Rich, and Celebrities. You’re familiar with them, right? You should be. You vote for them every chance you get. PRCs! Got it? It’s easier to remember if you make an actual word of it. Pronounce it “prick,” as in “don’t prick your finger with that pin.” That should help you.
Proles are defined in the dictionary as proletariats, meaning “people who must sell their labor in order to live.” Our ancestor proles started coming to this land in the 1600s. They were immigrants, settlers, pioneers, farmers, slaves, backwoodsmen, craftsmen, servants, shop owners, sailors, merchants, and on and on.
How do they divide us? First and foremost by race – black, white, and other. By region – North and South. By suburb, city, and countryside. Old versus young. Male versus female.
Love makes the world go ’round, but money greases the wheel. Nowhere is that so true as in the PRC world of politics, ego, greed, and government.
The allocation and spending of taxpayers’ money is a responsibility of the House. It says so in the Constitution. Article I, Section 7: All Bills for revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives. You’d never know it, would you? Each year a president submits his budget to the House.
Term limits my way would minimize and eliminate the effect of the professional, careerist PRC. (Maybe you’ve got a way, too.) We should change term lengths for Representatives, Senators and the Prez/Veep as follows:
The Constitution establishes only the Supreme Court. Congress establishes all other federal courts. So Congress should be able to “un-establish” courts, right? They made ’em; they can break ’em. And if The People’s House decided not to fund a court, could it exist?
The way the PRCs administer this system, almost half the votes cast in a presidential election simply DO NOT COUNT! Let’s use California as an example. In the 2008 election about 22 million citizens voted. Let’s say Candidate X got half the popular vote (+1), and Candidate Z got half the popular vote (-1). That means X won the state by two votes! Out of 22 million votes, one guy wins by two votes. Not a problem, right? Eleven million people may not agree.
Instead of registering just to vote, why not register as a state resident? Instead of separate databases for voting, driving, working, etc., have just one. When we move into a new voting area (state, county, precinct) we all register somewhere with someone for something. Why not consolidate and centralize?
Washington State has the very best system available today, in my opinion, and that of Oregon is similar. Each one mails ballots to all registered voters about eighteen days before any given election day. The voters in these states are given plenty of time to educate themselves on voting and to make their decisions, and they don’t have to stand in a line all day to do it.
Today’s voting systems and methods, with their long lines and varying types of ballots (absentee, military, etc.) can be eliminated just by using your personal computer to produce your own ballot at home.
Somebody STAND AND DELIVER! Run for office yourself. There are ways to do it without a lot of money, without television time, without public exposure and abuse. We need to get money out of the elections system. Are you an honest person? No criminal record, right? Have a high school education? What more is needed?
In 1788, delegates from the thirteen British Colonies of North America fashioned a document called the Constitution of the United States. It starts off with “We the People of the United States… do ordain and establish …” whatever. Surely you’re not naïve enough to think that We the People means you, are you?