Barry Segal

Barry Segal

Founder | BIO

The Constitution was written many years ago and really needs some changes.

Here are my suggestions:

  1. Clean and easy, the president can be born anywhere. Becoming president is a rigorous experience. If the public votes you in, your birthplace is irrelevant.
  2. Presidents should serve 5 or 6-year terms. It’s a waste of energy for a president to be campaigning and not focusing on the needs of the country—one and done.
  3. Decent term limits for supreme court justices. Fifteen to twenty years is long enough.
  4. Last, but most important, the electoral college. Now 7-8 swing states are too important, and many people don’t even bother to vote if their state is a landslide. It’s important to stay with the state concept. I feel there should be a graduated scale. This can be modified, but it would look something like this:
    • 75% of the state’s votes gets 100%
    • 70% of the state’s votes gets 90%
    • 65% of the state’s votes gets 80%
    • 60% of the state’s votes gets 70%
    • 55% of the state’s votes gets 60%

IT’S TIME to make the necessary changes, so the country can move forward and benefit all the people.

Barry Segal


Barry started Focus Autism in 2009 to advocate for vulnerable children who were more susceptible to developing chronic illnesses after being exposed to environmental toxins and other immunological triggers. In 2015, Focus for Health expanded its mission to include addressing how social determinants of health increase vulnerability to disease and ending child sex abuse.

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