Frank J. 2016: Punishment

Posted on November 8, 2012 1:00 pm

Still working on getting my presidential campaign started. I’m not quite sure all the things that need to be done, but I got plenty of time to figure it out.

Anyway, if you want to know what my views are, there of course is my book on how to fix everything in America. I’d like to focus on one thing now from the chapter on the economy. One of the problems we have these days is democracy as become basically a bunch of people voting how to spend our money. That’s awful. It used to be if people stole your money like that, they’d at least get their hands cut off. That’s why I want to bring back some form of punishment for messing with our money like that, and I think politicians are the perfect whipping boys. We really need it in the Constitution that under certain conditions, politicians will be punished for their failures by having all their wealth confiscated and redistributed to tax payers. If they want to keep their money, don’t mess with ours. The country will be a much better place the more severely and more often politicians are punished.

Frank J. 2016: I will make politicians suffer.

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7 Responses to “Frank J. 2016: Punishment”

  1. Son of Bob says:

    Is this an attempt to foster the Republican nomination, or are we seeing the formation of the Moon-Nukers Party?

  2. Bouncing Beatnik says:

    “We really need it in the Constitution that under certain conditions”

    Sorry, commerce clause! So, we can do whatever we want! WooHoo!

  3. DamnCat says:

    To the pain!

  4. AT says:

    “Sorry, commerce clause! So, we can do whatever we want! WooHoo!”

    “No, you can’t.”

    Sorry, general welfare clause! So we can REALLY do whatever we want! WooHoo!

  5. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    I’m not quite sure all the things that need to be done…………..

    Well, at least you don’t have to worry about finding your birth certificate.

  6. Writer says:

    Simply write a law requiring those who advocate a course of action and their heirs to be fiscally responsible for that course in perpetuity.

  7. 4of7 says:

    How could we get Congress to agree to the formation of a new Federal Law Enforcement Agency dedicated solely to the detection, arrest and conviction of crimes committed by Federal employees, whether elected, appointed, or just hired to work in the bureaucracy?
    There’s certainly a need for it, but like the Men In Black, it would have to be financially independent and like The Untouchables un-bribeable.
    Maybe a force of renegade Ninja ex-FBI/Delta Force Franciscan Friars who’ve taken oaths of celibacy, poverty and obedience (to the Constitution).

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