If we are going to get the politicians the nation needs, we must be the voters the nation needs. Politicians reflect the electorate. That is the subject of today's short-form episode.
Question: How do we get a government of thoughtful, dedicated public servants, committed to the people and the nation? Candidates and office holders who do deep dive research before taking a position, and are willing to learn from those with opposing opinions? Office holders committed to the people and the nation, not to themselves?
We need to be thoughtful, dedicated citizens and voters. Voters who do deep dive research before taking a position, and are willing to learn from those with opposing opinions. Voters who are committed to others and the nation, not to themselves.
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