by Max Barry

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Region: Federation of Conservative Nations


West Phoenicia wrote:Why should he change it? Because you don't like the platforms. You may find some to he worrisome. I will give you that. But you choose to step away from the Senate. So now you need to rely on the members of the Senate to act accordingly.

If areas of his platform infringes upon basic democratic principles and even interferes with several points of the Federal Constitution than Senators will either vote his legislation down or vote to amend the Constitution to support the platforms. All in all everyone is looking out for the best interests of the region.

Excuse me, but I am not your slave nor is any citizen to their Senate. I do not rely on you, and in fact, I did not ask you to do anything. I addressed New Ingla. Know your place, Senator West Phoenicia. As a member and indeed citizen of the Federation, I reserve the right to consider you my public servant. The Senate may indeed constitutionally be the most powerful branch of the federal government, but it is the people whom you serve--the people who ultimately control you. Again, know your place.

Furthermore, as a responsible citizen of this region, I will partake in my civic duties to express my views--as is my constitutional right--on this matter. I will urge my Senator to change his views, as is just for the constituent, and if he does not--as he very much has the right to do--I will reserve my freedom to debate him. Understood?