The Importance Of Politics In Politics

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The success of a politician is determined by his/her ability to go into the meat grinder that is that American political machine and come out strong on the other side; not many make it through, but those that do come out with the experience and resources necessary to make it through the political cycle for as long as they desire, thus giving them an incredible advantage over the newcomers to the political game. The ultimate goal of any congressmen is to achieve reelection, and such a venture could not be easier for incumbent members of congress: those already in office have already amassed name recognition, have ample funds to finance their future campaigns, and are able to hire a greater number of staff members to aid in their campaign. Newcomers, …show more content…
The incumbent fought vehemently to ensure that this nation’s disenfranchised Islamic population might be able to receive the positive recognition that they deserve. He also fought to prevent the homosexual population from undergoing any form of the torture that is conversion therapy. Lastly, the congressmen saw flaws in this nation’s democratic voting system and sought to amend these wounds by introducing two bills into congress: one sought to abolish the affront to democracy that is the electoral college, while the other sought to make it possible for more individuals to participate on election day. When all these factors are combined, it becomes evident that the incumbent is active, passionate, and adamantly fought for the liberal interests of his …show more content…
The incumbent has stated in the past that he identifies as a socialist, and such a label has remained on the blacklist of many prospective voters since the red scare. Any prospective individuals who would seek to oust the incumbent from his seat may use the incumbent’s ideological identity against him by accusing him of being sympathetic with communist nations, not being adequately patriotic, or that he does not support democracy. Furthermore, the incumbent sponsored two bills that entail massive reforms on the country’s current electoral system. Some individuals may see such seditionist acts as an affront to American democracy; such individuals would likely be insulted and thus not cast their support for the incumbent during

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