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Making AMERICANS Great Again!

America will become great again when Americans are great again. Americans will be great again when the impediments to individual potential are removed, and each person has the opportunity and resources available to them to participate and contribute as full and active citizens in an open, receptive, and appreciative society. Continue reading

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The Red White and Blue Color Revolution

There is only one solution to the mess our country is in . . . regime change in Washington DC. Bring democracy to America, shared wealth and bounty, peace and the good life! Call it the ultimate color revolution. The Red White and Blue Color Revolution! Continue reading

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A Look At Some Other Numbers

The evidence is in. The “I’ll vote for Jill if you will” Campaign is a failure. The good news is that it’s almost too easy to explain why. Unfortunately, that explanation spells catastrophe for this country and unparalleled tragedy for its citizens. Continue reading

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A Look At The Numbers

Here’s how 50,000,000 people taking the “I’ll vote for Jill if you will” pledge all but guarantees Jill Stein the presidency. Moreover, this could actually happen! Despite the demonizing of the third-party option, there are a surprisingly large number of voters out there who are already receptive. They need first to become familiar with the brilliant agenda proposed by the Green New Deal, then reassured that taking the pledge is a no risk proposition. Continue reading

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Throwing My Vote Away?

Voting for either of those privileged-class monsters, Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, is the definition of throwing away a vote, of surrendering the right of choice, and rendering voting a meaningless exercise. Continue reading

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“P. S. I Love You!”

For a tiny, some would argue sociopathic minority, ‘more’ is never a question. It’s an answer! The only answer. Continue reading

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Putting Boots (Birkenstocks) on the Ground: Part VIII

Here’s a dramatic example of how the candidate contracts can work in eliminating ambiguity and obfuscation, leapfrogging campaign rhetoric and doublespeak to determine exactly where candidates stand on critical issues. Continue reading

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Putting Boots (Birkenstocks) on the Ground: Part VII

Getting the truth out to the voting public on exactly where the candidates stand requires audacity, creativity, courage, some outside-the-box thinking. But it can be done. It should be done. It must be done! Voters don’t need to see protest signs. They need to see honest and clear choices at the polls. Candidate contracts leave no room for error or misinterpretation. They preclude elected representatives from going back on their commitments to their constituents when they enter the money chamber of the Washington DC bubble. Continue reading

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Getting Rid of That Bulge in the Middle

A nation which has a sizable majority as middle-class, and is not plagued by extremes of wealth and poverty, is historically a nation which thrives, one which has a solid economy and laudable living standards. Unfortunately, the U.S. is accelerating in the wrong direction on both counts. Continue reading

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Promises and Platitudes vs. Contractual Commitment

If you are as fed up as I am at the gridlock, the shutdowns, the broken promises, the back door deals, the endless excuses, the horrifying waste of our hard-earned tax dollars that ends up lining the pockets of the already ultra-wealthy 1%, the Wall Street bankers, and the fat cats of the military-industrial complex — who keep the wars going because that keeps the profits flowing — if you are as fed up as I am at we the people always being last on the list when it comes to fixing the problems we need to tackle for America to fulfill its constitutional mandate to promote the general welfare and offer a quality life for every American, not just the filthy rich, then at least . . . LOOK AT WHAT I’M PROPOSING. Continue reading

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