Our Political Campaigns now appear to be geared to emails. Look at your InBox and you will see a friendly note from a person stating they are for Conservative Values.
Seriously, do you know of anyone running for office actually detailing what programs will be enacted when elected?
Every candidate should be very specific answering this question and what is to be accomplished in office during the next term.
America used to be the world’s leading export powerhouse. As a result, Americans wages climbed to record heights. When our cost of producing products substantially exceeded our global competitors the USA started to have a trade deficit.
This trade deficit is why America has a Federal Deficit and a higher Poverty level the last few years.
Focusing on producing MOré Energy costing less will help every business and family in USA. Building High Speed Rail and Strengthening America's Energy Grid utilizing Reusable Energy Resources will help preserve our Enironment and Improve Quality of Life.
People Worldwide will want to visit America as a result. The Revenue to be generated will cover the cost of Improving our Energy & Transportation Infrastructure.
The question isn’t what is better “A Right-to-Work” State versus “A Right-to-Organize’ State. It really boils down to what programs can be passed by Congress that will benefit generations.
Our media loves our First Amendment as we all do.
Let’s cherish it by having a full debate of issues each week before our Primary vote on August 7th.
Political organizations have stated they are not responsible for conducting debates.
Would you like to see Sarah Palin ask Katie Couric why aren’t newspapers covering candidate positions better?
Listed below is a sample of Scene 25 in Surrounded By Trees on Kindle to encourage subscriptions to newspapers and for newspapers to cover campaigns:
"For many people watching the “American Jobs Opportunity Countdown” became personal as they have gotten to know individuals over time and it reinforced good memories. Families knowing someone needing a job reached for the telephone to make sure relatives and friends were aware of the news. Conversations began with five simple words Hi, are you dialed in? Occasionally, Danielle and Brooke were able to name drop The Kansas City Star and The Huffington Post and mention a contest these companies were to offer tomorrow.
Aware of the importance of the Navajo language and how valuable encrypted code is these publications announced they would offer prize money to a reader that guessed a City Landmark from the telephone number provided in their “ONE” feature story of the day. Danielle gave an example of how accurate the text would be yet will also provide a telephone number not relating to the story that would generate the prize money. On the TV screen appeared: “We received a call today from (816) 920-9300 that because of the Missouri River flooding a street sign was submerged.” Brooke said the first caller to realize this is the number for Arrowhead Stadium would be declared the winner and be entitled to one percent of the profits earned by these companies that day.
Ellwood Doyle an editor at the paper commented they were following the “Live with Regis & Kelly” business model rewarding customers for reading their publication and also memorizing the telephone numbers of attractions in the area. Winners would earn more as their circulation increased so it was indeed a Win Win situation. Commented the gentleman nicknamed Pop Pop our circulation could significantly increase with this CK dial. Both The Kansas City Star and The Huffington Post encouraged all publications to offer a similar marketing program.
To field calls both companies offered a new job opportunity for two individuals and in a snap of a finger each company signaled they were fully on board to get Americans back to work. It didn’t take long before newspapers nationwide demonstrated they had the same objective because people were about to follow the 2012 Campaign more closely. Danielle and Brooke gave the look of a quarterback after scoring a touchdown and the audience could feel their happiness. “
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