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Innovation in Government

I frequently think about how important it is to America and the world that WI Governor Scott Walker be elected president in November, 2016, and assumes control in a fair, kind, and competent manner immediately upon assuming office. I believe in innovation in government–and in all other facets of life.

I believe too much emphasis is placed on issues – which change in the future.  Results in one’s career, honesty, capability, and wisdom are the critical character qualities that will make Scott Walker such an outstanding president. Scott Walker has proven courage, leadership, and innovation.  It makes him stand out and offer us a unique opportunity in 2016 in America.

Having won three gubernatorial elections in four years in a blue state that President Obama carried in 2008 and 2012 means Scott Walker connects with people—all sorts of people, but, most importantly, people who recognize results.

We are in The Innovation Age and we must innovate in government – like Governor Scott Walker has done in Wisconsin and could do so much more at the federal level.

The march is on until November 4, 2016 and January 20, 2017.  In my opinion our nation is in jeopardy until then, with President Obama and his supporting Democrats.  We are now in jeopardy with President Obama and the other Democrats, especially the ones who don’t understand or care about the debt, entitlements, and the student debt crisis in America. At the same time, similarly heavy burdens exist in Japan, Russia, Argentina, France, Italy, Spain, Greece, and elsewhere are pressing down on the middle class – and direly affecting the whole world.

President Reagan got results – economically and in terms of freedom and democracy so much around the world.  I deeply believe that Scott Walker – as our president – could and would innovate in a way that will be superb – bring about results that can and will move us toward Heaven on Earth: peace and security, freedom, democracies, prosperity, gender harmony, racial harmony, spiritual harmony, ecological harmony and health, as well as moral purpose and meaning.

But Scott Walker can’t do it himself.  We must all help, one by one, million by million, billion by billion. In America we must rise in a peaceful, yet strong manner, to oppose President Obama during the rest of his term.  He is not on our side.  He is doing everything he can to weaken America militarily and economically.  We must oppose him in every way.

Election 2016 Is on My Mind!

One of the worst things that can plague a democracy is corruption and distrust toward its leader.  That’s exactly what we would have if Secretary Clinton becomes the next president. It just doesn’t make sense to elect a person for president who can’t be trusted from the very beginning.

We need an honest, capable, and wise leader.  I fully understand that Secretary Clinton is intelligent and very ambitious, but in my assessments, she is not wise, capable, and honest. The fact is that if Secretary Clinton is elected, she would be following the sad, incompetent, dishonest, and unwise presidency of President Obama and his democratic supporters.

We direly need Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to solve the many difficult problems in Washington, the thing (solving problems) that he calls, “Fun.”  I don’t underestimate the problem, but he has already faced enormous obstructions, as he wrote about in his book, Unintimidated, which I have reviewed on this site.

It is not too early to learn as much as possible about these and other likely candidates. Election 2016 can’t come soon enough!

Grave Concerns about Hillary Clinton

I just finished reading two articles in The Economist about Hillary Clinton and her potential presidential campaign. I think she will have some serious issues being elected—problems that even her expected $1 billion campaign war chest won’t be able to overcome.  The most serious is that she is not trustworthy and is unlawful in her actions, with the most egregious example being her illegal “private” email system used while she served as Secretary of State.  And the worst part of that fatal flaw is that she deleted parts of it.  Her actions remind me of President Richard Nixon, though even he didn’t destroy the papers which forced him to resign.

Republicans need to over and over and over again remind the American people of her deletion.  This is certainly similar to when Arthur Anderson shredded its work papers. The public understood “shredding” and it destroyed Arthur Anderson.  The same is true of Hillary Clinton’s emails – first, having a private email system at all, and even worse, her deleting of emails that should destroy her presidential ambitions.

Clinton’s health is also a concern, considering that she has already had a serious stroke–a blood clot in the brain for which she was hospitalized for a month—I’ve been told by a very reliable source. If she were in good health and a worthy candidate like President Reagan, her age (almost the same as Reagan during his first presidential campaign) would not be relevant.  But the combination of her health questions and her less than Reagan-like leadership abilities make her a poor presidential choice.

Big ambitions and high intelligence, when the candidate lacks honesty and trust, can lead our nation further down the downward path that President Obama and his Democratic supporters have taken us. Big money must not allow Hillary Clinton to “buy” our America.

Governor Scott Walker could and would bring in a breath of fresh air and competency as an executive.  His is trustworthy and the right formula for our government. Like President Reagan, Governor Scott Walker is courageous, a leader, innovative, and so much more capable, wise and honest than Hillary Clinton.

Over and over and over, Republicans should bring up this email question.  The mainline press may ignore it, but people, along with honest (and often conservative) media must remind our citizens about that flagrant violation.

In my opinion, Secretary Hillary Clinton would be a disaster following a disaster, President Obama as the worst President in American history, followed by a person who certainly doesn’t know how to lead our nation. In fact, I predict that it wouldn’t be long before China, a non-Democratic nation, takes over our lead in the world.

Thinking Ahead to our Next Presidential Election is CRUCIAL

I just finished reading my latest blog for Governor Scott Walker as a 2016 Presidential winner and also my review of his book “Unintimidated.”

Scott Walker, in my opinion, has proven courage, leadership, innovation, capabilities, honesty, and conservative wisdom.

The Presidency with Scott Walker assuming office – on January 20, 2017 – will come none too soon.

World currencies are in question by those who have some understanding – genuine understanding of everything from the yen to the euro to the dollar and others.

A no-nonsense proven conservative at the local, legislative and governorship level is a deep need on January 20, 2017.

Scott Walker gets results.  He knows how to run the government in innovative, but workable ways.  In fact, he calls solving challenging problems in government, “Fun.”

Scott Walker is a rare breed whose time is now – both for the dire needs of America and the world, but also because he is ready.

I heartedly urge you to read “Unintimidated” by Scott Walker and my review, too.

I see many of the qualities of Ronald Reagan in Scott Walker perhaps more strongly; his effectiveness and his ability to get results in difficult situations.

Our current President demonstrates just the opposite that I see in Scott Walker and Secretary Clinton.  Should she become the Democratic nominee – she has never had the responsibilities anywhere near those of Governor Walker – and especially results, positive results in anything of consequence.

To be honest, we couldn’t afford to have eight years of President Obama.  The solution – and it won’t be easy- is to elect Governor Scott Walker and have a “turnaround” like we had when we moved from President Carter to President Reagan.  I deeply believe Governor Scott Walker can and will help immensely.  But we have almost two years to endure with an incompetent, anti-American President Obama – so pray, pray, pray that we can reach January 20, 2017 without disasters or currency crisis, Isis attacks all over the world, and on and on.

It is important that those who elected and then re-elected this disastrous Democratic President and those that supported him support Governor Scott Walker for President and Republicans at all levels in 2016.

We must reform our nation – especially our federal government.

Independence Day

 I am an optimist at heart.  Otherwise, how else could I try to see the path toward Heaven on Earth–and do so persistently since year 2000?
    But our nation is in jeopardy with a president who doesn’t embody the traits of a capable, wise, and honest leader.  And right now the Democrats in the Senate make up the majority.  This allows Democratic Senator Harry Reid to foster foolish statements and perverse policies and committee assignments.
    This November we Americans–in our stable and robust democracy–can allow responsible Republicans to take the majority in both the House and the Senate.  This action will help shield our country from the harmful actions of President Obama.
    On this Independence Day, let’s dedicate ourselves to assert our disapproval of the this administration and those Democrats in Congress who have been a part of this charade of destruction.  Our economy is anemic in the long-term with current “leadership”–at best.  Japan is an example of the type of fiscal policies that the president, Democrats, and the federal reserve system have followed–all the time blaming the Republicans.
    As a Republican, I deeply believe that now is the time that American voters must take back our beloved nation from these inept, unwise, and dishonest Democrats.
    President Reagan provided the ideal leadership to remedy the disaster that he inherited.  Now we must elect Bill Cassidy and other Republican senators to take the majority of the Senate in 2014.  We can do it!  We must do it!
    We can gain our independence from President Obama and the Democrats to salvage our democracy.  I implore you not to think of the 2014 or 2016 elections as ordinary in any sense.
    President Obama squandered a hard-fought democracy in the Middle East–Iraq–by not leaving a stabilizing force behind as we did after World War II in Japan, Germany, and Italy (with wonderful results).  His incoherent foreign policy can only be “explained” by his personal history of being surrounded by anti-Americans from his mother and father to Reverend Wright, and many others.  Of course, that pertains to his domestic politics too.
    We must seek our independence from President Obama and Democrats at all levels.  We now have a near-record number of Republican governors–thirty–and they are joined by a number of Republican legislators.  But they have an uphill battle against the tirade of regulations poring out of Washington DC, not to mention the higher taxes in a tepid economy.  These onerous regulations and taxes are just the opposite of what President Reagan did to engender a 25 year period of healthy economic growth.  And don’t forget the foreign policy triumphs in the Cold War.
    We must gain our independence from these folk hero Democratic politicians at all levels, the party that brought us Detroit, Illinois and “victories” based on such things as IRS harassment–supported by emails that “disappeared.”
    I now believe that the 2012 elections were affected drastically by a president who wanted reelection at “any cost”–including corrupting the executive branch of the federal government, where I served twenty years without such conditions.
    We must unite, not only Republicans, but Americans as a people–like our founders did on Independence Day.  These revered founders risked their lives and property and many have followed in their footsteps to bring freedom and liberty, not only to our beloved country, but throughout the world at times.  I believe that in the long run–achieved hopefully and prayerfully with nonviolence and without revenge–the world will achieve permanent peace when we attain a planet full of stable, robust, and prosperous democracies.
    I support pro-choice and green solutions.  Climate change is a legitimate issue, but it is part of ecological harmony, humanity and conservation existing hand in hand, for ourselves and all future generations.
    On this Independence Day, let’s dedicate ourselves in a serious fashion to gain our independence from the far left that has shown its failed trickle down colors to the detriment of America.

Scott Walker versus Hillary Clinton for President in the 2016 Election!

I support Governor Scott Walker in his re-election campaign as well as a candidate in 2016 for President.  Governor Walker is the son of an outstanding minister.  Scott had solid experience at the local level in Milwaukee, legislative level and is currently in his first superb term as Governor.

His accomplishments are partially and wonderfully contained in “Unintimidated.”

Scott is a superb leader, wise, honest, capable and courageous.  It’s not a matter of one thing he has done, but his whole public career of awesome feats.

Scott is a conservative in the mold of President Reagan.  He understands the political process, knows how to win – all important, and can help to reform our national government.

Yes, Scott is a reformer, just as President Reagan was.

Some cynics have given up on Washington and “the best way.”  We just can’t do that.  Skepticism of a healthy nature is fine, but we must not let the Democrats and President Obama or Secretary Clinton erode our freedoms and prosperity.

Instead, 2014 must, must, must be a turn toward reform in the nature of President Reagan.  One by one, reform by reform, we must invoke a new contract with America.

Who can say that the Democrats have brought prosperity to our nation?  After all is said, it is at the state level, in “red” states or Republican Governor states many times supported by Republican legislatures that have brought measures of prosperity to their states despite the negative waves from Washington.

Yes, it has been in spite of, and certainly not because of, that so many Republican states have done everything from improving education – adult as well as children; lowered taxes, thus stimulating individuals and businesses; and, quite significantly, brought fiscal discipline to their states.

The prescription that I recommend is more of the same in all 50 states, local governments,  and last, but certainly not least – our national government.

We can and we really must if we are to innovate as we must in this Innovation Age.

Courage is sorely needed in the national arena and I believe Governor Scott Walker has what it takes to lead our nation toward Heaven on Earth.

As to Secretary Clinton, I see her as a typical Democrat “folk hero” who really doesn’t have the local and state experience, or the character of Governor Walker – a Baptist minister’s son who has a serious record of public service and management skills and experience.

Much will be made of Secretary Clinton as her potential of being the first female President.  But I read a number of years ago, “The Case against Hillary Clinton.”  It was quite persuasive.

I believe her biggest problem is that of character.  The Presidency will be very difficult for her because she will face an almost impossible task of keeping up with what she told to various people.  Such a task is not so difficult for someone like Governor Walker who would be of an honest nature with all and would not have that additional stress.

Honesty is the best policy, for public servants as well as everyone else.

I don’t trust Secretary Clinton or President Obama.  In terms of the Presidency, he completely misled the American people on Obamacare and somehow he deserves to fall from the heights that the mainstream press has – quite undeservedly – placed him.

Trust is so critical to a stable, robust, prosperous democracy.  President Reagan was trusted and, thus, was quite effective not only economically, but also by foreign leaders, even behind the Iron Curtain.

Honesty from a Baptist minister’s son can help to cure this malady of Democratic “folk heroes” making.

In a democracy such as ours, we each of voting age have a role to play.