Politicians are in the business of distributing financial advantages and disadvantages throughout society. They have distributed some serious financial disadvantages to American children in the forms of debt and unfunded federal entitlements. (see usdebtclock.org for details). They have never had to explain to voters how all these future financial disadvantages are fair to America's children because voters have never organized for the purpose of asking them to do so. This needs to change!
The mission of the The American Voters Association (AVA) is to organize voters on line, for the sole purpose of asking your two U. S. Senators and your U. S. Representative to explain and answer questions, on line, about the financial fairness to America's children of their decisions and to do so on a continual and timely basis. Membership is free.
The questions will be short and to the point and will always, and only focus on the financial fairness to America's children of their decisions.
Perhaps, if they had to explain the financial fairness of their decisions in order to get elected or re-elected they would change their behavior because no politician would want to be branded as a financial abuser of children, or a financial pedophile.
If you want politicians to account for the financial fairness of their decisions to America's children, join the AVA, endorse the plan and spread the word!
The interviewing will start in a staggered manner. For details, see FAQ #1.
Who should join? Anyone who claims they care about kids should join. Anyone who claims to be a financial patriot should join. And, every young person should join.
My name is Terrance Bushard. I am a 69 year old life long resident of St. Paul, MN. I've earned a degree in business from the University of Minnesota and am retired from the printing business.