From Rep. Dana Criswell <[email protected]>
Subject 10 Things I've Learned About Mississippi Politics
Date September 27, 2021 10:13 PM
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10 Things I've Learned about Mississippi Politics



- Most politicians care about only one thing – reelection
- Most legislators believe they work for the state agencies not the people
- If you want to move up in the government organization you must be willing to sacrifice core beliefs (or have none)
- Politicians and some conservative groups are more concerned with short-term wins than long term changes in the direction of our state
- Lobbyist are not the evil most believe, they are exactly what they claim to be – politicians direct anger at lobbyist as a deflection from themselves
- There is systemic corruption and greed built into our political system
- State agencies are ranked by the amount of money they control which promotes bureaucrats who care only about the size of their budget
- Politicians love agency bureaucrats because they make them feel important — agencies keep special list that legislators can get you on that move you to the front of the line
- Money is not the motivation for most state politicians, its position and power
- Campaign finance reform was a joke played on the people of Mississippi

COVID-19 Bonus Lesson: Politicians only care about the lives that affect them politically


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