PUBLIC DETERMINATION IS THE AMERICAN WAY
August 3, 2015
Historically, the American public is a determined people. That is the American way. Today, it seems that politics trumps the opinion of the people; and, the voters want to be heard. To be a successful political candidate in this day and age, candidates will need to be honest with the American public. Our nation is at the crossroads of time and our Country stands on the brink of epic determinations.
We are now in the throes of Presidential politics. Most American voters are hard working, family oriented, issue minded individuals. They are determined to do the best for their family, their country, and their community. The American people are aware that there are serious foreign and domestic issues to work through and resolve. We are facing monumental domestic and foreign related matters of considerable substance. And what the voters want NOW is profound proposed strategies of resolution and NOT just idle rhetoric and vacuous generalities. Americans are calling for candidates to transcend party lines and to restore public trust with higher standards for decision making in government. And, the voters want to be heard.
A preponderance of the voters wants "freshness" and not a repeat of past political gamesmanship. There is disaffection with the political process and old worn out talking points. A freshened approach with hope and a spirit of optimism and possibility thinking is upper most necessities in the minds of the thinking public.
Winning an election by a candidate must be based upon integrity and honesty and putting forth solid, fundamental constructive proposed solutions. We believe that a candidate must possess an intelligent mental construct based upon stoic fundamental principles of American Exceptionalism. Presenting and voicing only a litany of problems and pointing to the flaws of others is not sufficient. A campaign of "personal destruction" is abhorrent to the American public. The voters recognize the ineptness and emptiness of candidates when those candidates lack creative problems solving solutions. The voters want an optimistic leader and not a pessimistic poll driven panderer.
People want to believe again. They are hungry for the truth and not self-serving arrogance on the part of candidates. People want to have faith in the messenger: the government official, the political candidate, the newspaper reporter, the media commentator and those in the public sector. People are in search for real statesmanship. They want to BELIEVE again.
People do not want political candidates or government officials who are fundamentally dishonest. They do not want candidates who are pretenders. Americans are fed up with arrogant actors who take the voters for granted. They want candidates who are authentic and those who represent clearly the core values of the American people.
The American voter cherishes values such as: Controlling our American borders, restoring property rights of individuals, achieving sustainable energy independence, controlled spending and balancing the budget, repealing the death tax, bringing quality and accountability back into our public educational institutions, strengthening homeland security and protecting our national foreign interests, downsizing the interference of the role of government in the private lives of the American people, and protecting the virtues of the free enterprise system and thus undergird the jobs and financial stability of millions of Americans.
The American voter overwhelmingly values lowering taxes and limiting public spending. However, point in fact, there are those candidates with an extremist agenda, who wish to confiscate even more monies from hard working middle class Americans and from the most productive companies and industries in the nation and, by so doing, imperil the jobs of millions of American workers. These same officials then want to spend the confiscated funds on items to support their own agenda. This low level extremists mentality is what decays the economic stability of the nation and destroys the economic viability of individual men and women, and thus, weaken the entire fabric of American society.
The American voters are seeking candidates for public office who will be up front with the American people. They are asking for candidates to be honest, forthright, genuine, and proactive with plans to deal with the critical issues based upon cherished American core values. The voters are optimistic, and they want optimistic statesmanlike leaders who identify and relate to the "kitchen table" concerns of the American family and individuals within our society. A determined and virtuous American public... of all ages... will be satisfied with nothing less! For that is the American way.