Political Chips - Statesman Vs Politician

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Political Chips - Statesman Vs Politician

Hi Folks, my name is Chipper Jones! If you are interested in running for public office or curious to know the secret to being a Statesman versus a Politician, I can teach you in 5 minutes or less! All you have to do is master the following concepts and you can handle anything and anyone that comes at you!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    All publicly elected officials, independent of political party, are responsible for diligently serving one specific group.   Who is the group?   
    • A. 

      Their constituents

    • B. 

      The individuals and groups who donated to their campaign

    • C. 

      The legal taxpaying American citizen

    • D. 

      Party leadership

  • 2. 
    Independent of political party, what is the first thing that EVERY elected official does on day number one prior to serving the legal American taxpaying citizen?    
    • A. 

      Organize their legislative agenda

    • B. 

      Meet with party bosses and elect positions of leadership

    • C. 

      Apply for committees they may be interested in serving on

    • D. 

      Take an oath

  • 3. 
    Politics is a very diversified and broad field covering a wide range of topics, issues, and problems facing all levels of Government.   No candidate or publicly elected official should be expected to be an expert in every single area or subject matter.  However, every single candidate or elected official should have a solid grasp or understanding of taxes, taxation, and the tax system!  
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

  • 4. 
    All elected officials, independent of political party, are required to cast public policy votes affecting legal taxpaying American citizens residing inside and outside their districts.  What is the best process for determining whether or not to vote yea or nay on any particular issue?  
    • A. 

      Take a poll of your constituents and vote with the majority

    • B. 

      Listen carefully to the opinions of your largest campaign contributors

    • C. 

      Discuss pros and cons of voting each way with party leadership

    • D. 

      Personally evaluate subject matter in conjunction with your moral conscience, your constitutional assessment, your duty to the legal American taxpayer, and evaluation of whether or not the taxpayers really need or want this legislation.

  • 5. 
    We live in the greatest country in the world!  A country whose founding was based upon conservative principles and Christian values.   Over the past 100 years, we have been under attack by people who want to dilute our God given unalienable rights for the purpose of controlling us.   What can you do to help restore this great nation?
    • A. 

      Become actively involved in Political CHIPS (www.politicalCHIPS.org)

    • B. 

      Review and support the CHIPS Platform by attesting to the 29 principles located therin (http://www.politicalchips.org/page/are-you-a-bonafide-5chips-3)

    • C. 

      Publicly support our initiative by joining the VIP CHIPS Club! (http://www.politicalchips.org/group/chips-contributors-club)

    • D. 

      Vow to never again show up to the polls to vote for someone you know nothing about! Get involved with the ShowMEtheCHIPS project.

    • E. 

      All of the above options are necessary to restore our country one election at a time!

  • 6. 
    Hit submit and PLEASE read the explanation to each of the questions to obtain a better understanding of the differences between a Statesman vs a Politician.   Add feedback below.     
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