The writer has done a good job of explaining the process of presidential leadership and how the Electoral College came to be. The writer notes that over the years, some people have raised objections to the voting process in America. One question that comes to mind after reading the post is whether there is any need to change the process at all. The people would certainly have more power when choosing the president. However, is this necessary or should the process remain the same since it has contributed to maintaining stability over the years?
The writer has explained what constitutes the Electoral College and he has given a clear explanation of its functions. He has also made a credible point in noting one of the major weaknesses of the college, which prevents the voice of the majority from being heard. The writer advocates for a change in the voting process, especially as it concerns representing all the people. one question that remains is how the country would go about changing the system and who would be responsible for such changes
The writer has pointed out the mistakes of the government and its shortcomings in a clear way. She notes that the government needs to be controlled and checked for the betterment of the country. However, the constitution gives the government the powers that it has. Therefore, changing any government roles and functions would require an amendment to the constitution. One question that the writer should consider is what other institution or body can check the government and ensure that it uses its powers accordingly, and that it works for the interest of the people.
The writer has done a good job of explaining the iron triangle. He has explained how the different entities relate to each. He has also explained their roles in ensuring that they all achieve something from the gains they make. From the writer’s explanation, it is clear that such dealings can lead to corruption since every entity is working for its own interest. one question from this is whether there are any measures in place, which would ensure that no entity is engaged in corrupt deals