Are you tired of public officials being
bribed by book deals, art deals,
insider trading, real estate scams
and the likes, or employing family
members with high paying no-show
Letís see if you can be a part of slowing
government corruption. It seems like any
politician that would not support the
below Bill, is in it for themselves, and
not in it to be our public servant.
Letís see if we can make this go viral.
Please post on facebook, twitter, tic toc and
every other social media platform you can
Then mail it in a letter to your representatives.
Find your Senetor's address
Find your Congressman's address
Please consider supporting a Bill or
Constitutional Amendment to help
restore trust in our elected officials.
There are laws in place to prevent officials
from taking graft; however, there is still an
appearance that some have found loop
holes in these laws. We need a straight
forward law to close those loop holes, and
prevent politicians from being influenced
by monetary gains.
The intent of this Bill or Constitutional
Amendment is to establish elected officials
seek office to serve the people, and not to
obtain monetary gain for themselves and
family. The suggested wording of the
Bill/Amendment is as follows:
Vow of Poverty Bill
The net worth of a sitting US president,
US congressman or US senator may not
increase by more than 10% per year while
they are in office, and for a period of
5 years after eaving office.
The net worth of the descendants, spouse,
siblings, and other direct family member
of a sitting US president, US congressman,
or US senator may not increase by more
than 10% per year while they are in office,
and for a period of 5 years after they leave
office, if a preponderance of evidence
indicates those net worth increases were the
result of the US president, US congressman
or US senator being in office.
Candidates running for US president,
US congress or US senate shall publicly
declare their net worth to the
Federal Elections Commission (FEC) prior
to running for office, annually while in
office, and for a period of 5 years
after leaving office.
Net worth increases exceeding those
described above must be forfeited to the
US treasury. Market fluctuations in the
value of real estate and other physical
assets owned prior to office, inheritances,
and increases from government salaries are
exempt. Willful misrepresentation of net
worth shall be grounds for disqualification,
impeachment, and/or forfeiture of such
net worth to the US Treasury.