Can We Have a Bipartisan Congress?

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New book "Levels of Power" replaces partisan thinking with common sense.

The problem of illegal immigration is nearly impossible to resolve to every person’s satisfaction.

According to the Vital Statistics on Congress, the 113th session of Congress is one of the least productive since record keeping began in 1947. What if the House and Senate were completely bipartisan, allowing the government to create seamless immigration reform using judgment based on right and wrong? Mike Gilmore’s new book “Levels of Power: The Legislator” discusses this exact scenario where legislators finally begin to work together for the good of America.

“Levels of Power: The Legislator” provides a logical, common sense solution to immigration reform. Entertaining and fictional, “Levels of Power” paints a world where Mexican drug cartels have gathered in larger numbers and the United States border is completely destroyed. Basing their decisions on right and wrong rather than the divisions of the Left and Right, Senators Randy Fisher and Tom Evans submit crucial legislation to finally get the United States border and illegal immigration under control once and for all.

“The problem of illegal immigration is nearly impossible to resolve to every person’s satisfaction,” Gilmore says. “I tried to develop a logical solution using common sense.”

The latest in a series, “Levels of Power: The Legislator” tackles border security, rampant drug cartel control and a divided federal government.

“During the debates over the various discussions on the budget I watch the bitter arguments about what the President wanted to do versus the House of Representatives. Do we decide to fight [the President] on every issue, or work together to solve [our nation’s] problems?” says Gilmore.

Levels of Power
By Mike Gilmore
ISBN: 978-1-4817-6690-6
Paperback: $19.95
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About the author

Mike Gilmore has been a specialist in the electrical and plumbing products industry for 27 years. He is currently employed by a major manufacturer of commercial and residential plumbing products for the Mid-Atlantic region. He conducts product presentation to architects, mechanical engineers, hospitals, schools, and state and federal government departments. He lives in South Carolina with his wife and two cats.

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