Vote for the committee of your choice

A committee is a group of people appointed for a specific function, frequently this group isΒ appointed by a legislature to consider the details of proposed legislation. In this hypothetical case the group is being picked to give an honest unbiased perspective of a current situation.

I’ve assembled for your voting pleasure a few different “groups”! In your opinion which group do you feel you would trust the most for this hypothetical situation.

Proposed committee groups:

Group A

business men

Group B

creatures

Group C

flock of sheep

Group D

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Please vote for either A, B, C, or D! The results of this vote will not be made public (unless you read the other comments made by the other visitors). Do not be influenced by cute faces. It is important that you vote for the most qualified in terms of which group you believe would be “open”, “honest” and “sincere”! Thank you for taking part in this discussion about the nature of committees!

Hope you had fun, have a great weekend! πŸ™‚

~ Penny

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35 thoughts on “Vote for the committee of your choice

    • Of course you’d go with deductive reasoning, Tina. We need people like you in the government. (Just joking – I like you too much to seriously suggest that to you – they eat their young there you know! lol)

      • Lol Last month I went to Sacramento with other students from my school district to advocate for our schools. People there say one thing to us but they probably believe something else behind closed doors. They don’t want to say anything that will compromise their power. Government is so overly complicated when it should be simple. Politicians don’t even try to do anything for most of their terms. They just want to get fundraising to get re-elected! And when Congress actually does something for once, they adjourn when they vote on the bill.

        • All too true Tina. Sad, but true, none the less. Too many layers, too much confusion, too much egoism, and way to much waste on every level, not that I have any opinions on the subject! πŸ™‚

  1. I tried to avoid it but there were so many D above it was hard not to notice so thankfully I had to reconsider and choose B – because committees can only recommend, not enforce and their deliberations are not binding on anyone anyway so wtf…

    • I love your wtf answer. Easy not to choose the suits, for all the obvious reasons, and of course ever one knows that the actual meaning of the word committee is a body with 8 or more legs and no head! Thanks Mike!

  2. My vote for D …children are the most honest, unbiased, shoot it from the gut people I know AND they still know how to have fun and not take life so seriously give me those little cuties anyday there is a bonus to them as well …they love unconditionally!

  3. The children get my vote. Children are honest in their appraisals and rarely have an “agenda” that will skew the issues to their way of thinking (at least until they get to be middle teens) πŸ™‚

    • Yes, Lyn, I noticed that myself with my son and daughter at which point they suddenly realized they knew everything and I knew nothing! It was nice when they grew up and their world view of things changed (in a good way) πŸ™‚

  4. The kids are the most hopen and onest people that you can find. Tell them to keep a secret and they won’t. I have a coaster : “Children seldom misquote you. In fact, they usually repeat word for word what you shouldn’t have said

  5. AnElephantCant be controversial
    He will give three of these groups a chance
    But not the first one
    They look like no fun
    And they probably have fire on their pants

    Oh and why no Elephants?

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