One Vote, Equals One Vote

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“One vote, equals one vote.” It’s this type of passion and progressive thinking America needs in order to truly change for the better. The best thing that came out of this election was the realization that America is ready for radical ideas that spark innovation.

If Hillary was running against any other candidate she would have won by a landslide. But this election proved that even the most traditionally qualified candidate isn’t what this country needs right now.

We must take advantage of this opportunity and dedicate the next four years reconstructing and rebuilding our outdated and archaic governing system and bring it into the 21st century.

We are the first generation feeling the effects of what happens when you introduce technology to an economy based on money. Maybe its time we reconsider alternative options to running a more efficient and effective economy. A healthy economy can’t be judged by a monetary figure, but the mental health of it’s citizens.

Money is an invention. Like all inventions, once they no longer serve their intended purpose of improving the quality of out life, we must learn to let them go.

Money isn’t real, we don’t pay the earth for the resources we need in order to survive. But yet, we’ve raised generations of people who truly believe they cant live without money. Because of this psychological hangup, every problem, social issue or stress in peoples lives is always tied to the idea of money.

We make life much more complicated than it needs to be. We live in a time where its more beneficial to find problems to solutions than solutions to problems.

A baby is born with one thing; an instinct to survive. Our only goal in life is to survive. To prolong life for future generations, that is why we have children.

At some point in our history, this country lost its way. We became so efficient at survival we invented something called, “making a living”. Its time we allow machines and technology to work as they were intended, to make life easier. The goal shouldn’t be to create more jobs, but eliminate the unnecessary ones.

Maybe the results of this election was the spark this country needed to remind ourselves why we are all here in the first place.

Lets give America 20/20 vision by 2020. It starts by connecting and sharing ideas that the next generation of Millennial voters believe in.

Be the change your children need today, so they can grow up and live in a better America tomorrow.