- - Thursday, October 6, 2016


We now have a small window of opportunity to decide what to do with our broken Congress: Fix it or replace it? Just as a car that gets old and broken calls for this kind of decision, every American voter needs to decide what we must do to keep our country running.

A good, honest mechanic will advise us whether a car is reasonably fixable. However, most political pundits are in pursuit of advancing their own careers, and have been misleading us for decades. It therefore falls upon every American voter to make this most critical determination. Thanks to two rare, principled political leaders — one in the House and one in the Senate — American voters of all stripes and political affiliations now have the perfect tool with which to decide who in Congress is fixable and who needs to be replaced, regardless of party.

Thanks to the courageous leadership of Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican and Rep. Mark Meadows, North Carolina Republican, there is now a bill in Congress to determine whether our representatives stand for liberty and justice. It is the the Education Freedom Accounts Act. Those who do stand for these values are fixable. Those who do not need to be replaced. Voters can now determine this for themselves by calling their representatives. If we all do our our share to vet our representatives, we will usher in a new era of liberty and justice, peace and prosperity.


Morristown, N.J.



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