Congress elections are fixed by both parties, President is elected with all kinds of money including foreign. 1% owns 43% of the assets another 9% owns 40%, middleclass 10% owns 10% and bottom 80% owns 7%. Currency printing is owned by private Gangsters. A Racist country but no one wants to discuss race. Unionized Gangsters ruling this country; the Political, Religious, Business, Media Leaders and Judiciary is more loyal to Israel and Jews than to America and Americans.
India with multi party system there to fix an election
or all elections for Parliament from a particular state is
a very difficult and expansive task. In India one needs booth capturing, fake voters, gunmen,
money and goodies to voters, reservations in jobs, classification under
schedule cast/tribe or backward class, Religious Fatwas (dictates) in favor of
a particular candidate and buying off some of the opposing
candidates; to fix elections.
In America fixing an Election for House of Representatives
with 435 Seats for a particular state is a piece of cake because of 2 party
system. All you need is meeting between both party representatives to negotiate
for constituencies in that particular state. This is the only country where the
Members of the House of Representatives can virtually pick their voters every
10 years under the so called re-districting in hard bargains among both party
representatives to create Democrat or Republican Safe constituencies in a
particular state. That is the reason America has Blue (Democrat) and Red (Republican) states
that makes it extremely difficult in Senate races to change the composition of
US Senate with hundred Senators; 2 Senators from each 50 States of America.
Since both parties can pick their voters for House of
Representatives that has created Carrier Politicians in America . 29 Representatives are in Congress for 30-56 yrs,
64 are for 20-29 yrs and 118 Representatives are in US Congress for 10-18 yrs.
The oldest Representative is 89 yrs old Ralph Hall (R-TX) and is serving for
over 31 years. Longest serving is 85 yrs old Rep John Dingell (D-MI) since last
56 years. By age he is tied with Roscoe Barlette (R-MD) in congress for more
than 19 years. Both are followed by 83 yrs old John Conyers (D-Mi) who is in
congress for more than 47 years. Then by 811/2 yrs old Bill Young (R-Fl)
serving the Congress for over 41 years. In the 435 members House 10 members are
80+, 48 members 70+ and 230 members are 60+ yrs old.
Since 1996 writer is the resident of New Jersey the world’s most corrupt and racist state that is
legally corrupt and legally racist. This is the only state in the world
in 8,000 sq miles for 8.5 mil residents that has 1 State government, 587
local governments for 566 racially segregated towns with over 9,000 Elected
Politicians and over 500,000 employees. It is represented by 13 Representatives
and 2 Senators in US Congress. The writer has witnessed two Re-districting
scams very closely one in 2001 and the other in 2011 to notice how Democrat or
Republican safe constituencies are created for local, state and US House of
that should be used to create more compititive Districts is used as a
scam run by both parties since 1981 to ensure the winning of the incumbents
belonging to both parties for another 10 years. They swap areas to make each
others constituency more Democrat or Republican safe. This can safely be
called “Incumbent Protection Plan” in which
Republicans and Democrats both join together to make sure no incumbant lose
his/her seat. After re-districting in 2002 Elections 7 Democrat won with an
average of 74.5% and 6 Republicans won with 66.2% of the two party votes. These
one-sided margins held through till 2010 barring a close contest in Dist 7 in
2006 and Dist 3 in 2010. This shows if the partisan majority in a
district is more than 55% or so there is almost Zero chance of a challanger
winning the election or incumbent losing the election.
In 2011 re-districting the Democrats and Republicans
agreed to a deal that virtually protected all the incumbents barring one for
the sacrificed district to cut down the number of districts to 12 from 13
because of population loss in New Jersey. In other words they settled for 6-6 split for the
future 113TH US Congress rather than creating more competitive districts.
It is a known fact that competitive districts
would attract better candidates, bring more transparency and incentivize
lawmakers to pay more attention to their constituents. Both parties
collectively and individually does not believe in that, they believe their
incumbents must have the right to chose their voters. That means if you are a
Republican living in a Democrat district or vice versa you have to forget that
you can get the Democrat incumbent out. If you are a Republican living in a
Republican district your vote is irrelevant because it does not matter who
wins. It means public opinion has no role to play even if they want to get rid
of the incumbents. The only time incumbents can be defeated is during their own
Party primaries only that too if they have become eye sore to their own party
bosses. If the incumbent retires or die in office in that situation voters get
a new choice.
U.S. Voting Rights Act and the equal protection clause
of the U.S. Constitution guarantee the preservation of any Congressional
districts in which a single minority group currently makes up a majority of the
population. As a result, the African-American majority Dist 10 represented by
Rep. Donald Payne (D) for last 23 years and the Hispanic majority Dist 13
represented by Rep. Albio Sires (D) since 2006 must be preserved as
majority-minority districts. Re-districting Commission preserved them by
picking population from surrounding areas to meet the equal population
requirements with other districts. Donald Payne died in office early this year
and his son Donald Payne Jr won the special election for his remaining term as
well the primary for November election to preserve the legacy and incumbency of
his father. He is sure to win in the November general elections and the same is
true for Albio Sires (D) to win in his old Dist 13 re-Christian as Dist 8 now.
Minority groups represent almost 40% of New Jersey's population, but Sires and Payne are the only two
minority representatives in New Jersey's current 13-member delegation. They will be the only
2 minority members of new Congress in 2012 from NJ.
Districts 2, 3, 4 under Republican incumbants and Dist
1 under a Democrat were virtually left alone to make sure no incumbent from
either party loses in coming elections. Dist 3 of first term rookie Jon Runyan
(R) was rather made more safe by removing Cherry Hill, a Democratic stronghold
from his district and replacing it with the predominantly Republican Brick. The
Democrats were planning to seriously challenge Runyan in 2012 but now no more.
The only choice commission had was to merge remaining
7 Districts into 6 in order to reduced the number of Congressional districts
from 13 to 12. So Democrat Dist 6, 8, 9 & 12 and Republican 5, 7
& 11 were redistricted to come up with 6 Districts. The old Dist 13 of
Albio Sires (D) was also re-named as Dist 8.
Incumbent Rep Steven Rothman (D) Dist 9 became the
victim of re-districting Scam by both parties. In this Scam pitting an
incumbent Democrat against an incumbent Republican is seen more unfair than
pushing two incumbent Democrats or two Republicans into the same district.
Rothman ended up in a rare incumbent vs. incumbent fight with fellow Dist 8
Rep. Bill Pascrell (D) for the redrawn district 9 in June this year. According
to media reports the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee offered
Rothman a cool $2 million to challenge Republican Scott Garrett for the control
of Dist 5 in November Elections. Rothman turned it down. Instead, he decided to
challenge Bill Pascrell in his old district, or what's left of it in the primary.
Unfortunately for him he lost to Pascrell. The win of Bill Pascrell from Dist 9
in Nov. elections is a forgone conclusion.
The writer lives in Congressional District 7. Since
1914 Dist 7 Congressional Seat has always been in the Republican Column barring
1975 to 1981 when it was held by a Democrat Andrew Maguire from Ridgewood . In Nov. 1980 he was defeated by a fellow resident Marge Roukema a Republican. After that
only time a serious challenge has ever been given by a Democrat was in 2006 by
very popular Assembly Deputy Speaker Linda Stender a carrier politician since
1988. The 2 term incumbent Republican Mike Ferguson won his 3rd term
by less than 3000 votes. In 2008 Stender was defeated by current Republican
Congressman Lance by a wide margin of almost 30,000 votes. In 2010 Lance
defeated Democrat Ed Potosnak by 33,000 votes by re-establishing the Republican
style winning of this district by double digit margins of 10-18%. Voters’
turnout in this District has been around 280,000 since 2001.
In last 2 decades
Democrats have damaged their own chances of winning the District 7 forever; by
annexing pro Democrats towns during re-districting from Dist. 7 to merge them
with Dist 12 a Democrat stronghold to make it more safe for sitting Democrat
Rush Holt. In 2001 re-districting areas of the former 7th district such as
Somerset in Franklin Township (Somerset County) historically Democratic
stronghold were moved into the 12th district to shore up the Democratic
incumbent Rush Holt's hold. Again in 2011 re-districting Edison and Woodbridge
Democrat stronghold area has been moved out of Dist 7 to make it more pro
Republican by adding Republican towns like Millburn and Short Hill from Democrat
stronghold Essex County.
Even for the New Jersey ’s 40 legislative districts represented by 40
state Senators and 80 Assemblyman either they are Democrat safe or Republican
Safe. Practically all of them are represented by carrier politicians protected
under “Incumbent Protection Plan”. Only two District 12 and 14 saw an average
margin of victory for candidates under 10% during the past 4 elections and
can be called competitive districts.
The re-districting scam for state and US House
elections has divided America into Red (Republican) & Blue (Democrat) states. New Jersey has not elected a Republican to the U.S. Senate
since Clifford Case in 1972 and last voted for a Republican presidential
candidate in 1988. The US Senate with 100 members has the same sad story
of carrier politicians. 27 Senators are 70-88 yrs old and 37 Senators are 60-69
yrs old. The oldest is 88 years old Senator Lautenberg a Democrat from Blue
state New Jersey . 8 Senators between the age of 72-88 yrs old are
serving from 31-49 yrs, 16 Senators for over 20 and 23 Senators are serving for
over 10 years. 87 years old Daniel Invoye a Democrat from Hawaii has the distinction of longest serving Senator for 49
yrs in the current Senate.
Some of the America ’s founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and
James Madison were strongly in favor of Term Limits for US Senate and House
seats. Looking at the sorry state of current 112TH US Congress
with Carrier Politicians they must be crying in their graves why they never
imposed Congressional term limits. Why they never addressed a potential problem
of creating Democrat or Republican safe district in a particular state. The
current breed of Politicians in both parties are never going to address the
problems of Carrier Politicians and creation of safe Democrat or Republican
districts. May be the time has come for the American public to wake up and
reform Electoral process as well as Campaign financing laws in America.
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