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I’m not sure what the exact procedures are for bringing up a bill to be voted on, but I know that most of us – even those like myself that are political junkies – seldom hear of any current activity that is going on concerning legislative activity.

When I do hear about a bill being brought up for a vote, it seems it’s loaded with pages and pages of amendments that would be hard to explain, and very few voters would understand it because of the massive amount of content.

In fact it’s so massive that the politicians often don’t even know what’s in it when they vote for it.

It would think that bills could be brought to the floor in small pieces. – Ones that could be easily explained and voted on in a smaller time frame. – Bills that the common voter would understand how it would benefit them.

When you give details that affects a voters “quality of life” – They get it.

“Flash Mobbing” would be a perfect way to saturate and inform the public on the contents of the bills as they are brought to the floor.

This would expose and put pressure on the Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to bring the bills to a vote, or risk being labeled “the party of no.” – Now that’s a switch for you! Huh.

The ones with the most access to the news media are the politicians themselves.

If they would just organize.

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