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Newsmax Highlights Star Parker's Thoughts on America's Founding and Elections

November 11, 2021

Last week’s election was a reminder of the genius of the founding fathers to build into the system the opportunity for “we the people” to correct earlier political mistakes.

Conservative columnist Star Parker made a comment about this principle once in a television interview with D. James Kennedy Ministries.

She noted:

“What I’ve learned about this whole political arena is that the words of President Garfield are really true. If you have recklessness and corruption in government, it’s because you tolerate it. Because of the beauty of the founding, they give us elections every two years, every four years, and every six years. So, in two years, we get to [elect Congress members] again; every four years, we get the president again; and every six years we get to determine who’s going to be our Senate representation.”

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