Whose votes changed the make up of the House and Senate
One of the greatest notions about critical thinking is the amount of time that one who engages in the process — ends up spending a fair amount of time with oneself. And if I might be of assistance to you it definitely would be that one asks more questions than seems to be necessary; albeit, there are answers to every question that you or anyone else could think of. That is one particular reason that either a reflection / meditation period is of the utmost importance.
Critical thinking is self-guided, self-disciplined thinking which attempts to reason at the highest level of quality in a fair-minded way. People who think critically consistently attempt to live rationally, reasonably, empathically.
They use the intellectual tools that critical thinking offers – concepts and principles that enable them to analyze, assess, and improve thinking. They work diligently to develop the intellectual virtues of intellectual integrity, intellectual humility, intellectual civility, intellectual empathy, intellectual sense of justice and confidence in reason. How many of us can say that their own president thinks this way? The alert that I wish to issue is this one: You could take every member of Congress to include all involved with the three separate branches of government YET you still wouldn’t have the where with all to have an enriched both congressional houses. Maybe, just maybe our Founders forgot the “vote of no confidence” statute still used in numerous countries starting with the United Kingdom.
First and foremost I would challenge anyone who works with the Department of Homeland Security, or almost every agency affiliated with the executive branch — let alone anyone within the legislative branch for that matter to gather up their questions and be on the ready, there are a few idiosyncratic methods that it is far too clear to see where the hook, sheath, or other means of quick cover were used in order just to get things done.
For example consider this: How can anyone using their right mind believe that the president’s executive actions, amnesty’s, including the DREAM Act, health care for, and either insuring states or reassuring the several states that issuing driver’s license to the mass of illegal aliens we have living in our country has (are you ready?) anything to do with our nation’s nonexistent and unenforceable Immigration Act? How can anyone even begin to utter the words, “yep, now we are seeing immigration reform.”
Moreover, with all that has been happening in Ferguson and St. Louis, Missouri as well as New York City, New York deserve our attention at the highest levels. What kind of sense does it make when a nation has illegal immigrants fusing for “theirs” first and people of African descent mention race whenever something does not go their way. I would suggest that it is not a race problem going on here, rather a cultural problem.
Therefore, we all need to be justified and at the ready when our vote (obviously) is being ignored by Speaker Boehner to wit: Defund that portion of the funding going toward further assaulting a make-shift Immigration Reform Bill and our president’s nature of doing the desperate measure of sicing agents within DHS as a threat.