Gov. Romney and Success

By John E. Wade II / September 10, 2012 / Comments Off on Gov. Romney and Success

We must sound the alarm all across America.  If President Obama is reelected we are staring into the face of a worldwide depression, in which the poor and middle classes will be hurt most. It is imperative that voters make thoughtful, well-informed choices this November.  Literally, the world depends on it.  Characteristics such as “likeability,”…

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Global Economy

By John E. Wade II / September 8, 2012 / Comments Off on Global Economy

I recently returned from visiting family and attending the football game between Mississippi State University and Auburn University.  It was a good game and a solid win for State, but I was disappointed that I didn’t get to distribute as many copies of my prediction of a worldwide depression essay as I would have liked.…

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Republicans’ “Can Do” Mentality

By John E. Wade II / August 29, 2012 / Comments Off on Republicans’ “Can Do” Mentality

After attending last night’s session of the Republican National Convention and reading some of the papers today, I want to say that I am proud of the Republican Party.  Governor after governor explained how he had turned around his state fiscally, including schools, jobs, other things we need on the national level.  And we have…

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We Must Try

By John E. Wade II / August 28, 2012 / Comments Off on We Must Try

A friend asked me why the word “try” is in the Soldiers of Love pledge: “I will try to love and help create a Heaven on Earth.”  I hadn’t consciously thought about the wording before, but after consideration, I think I must somehow have realized that people are far more likely to take the pledge if they promise…

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Romney will focus on solutions

By John E. Wade II / August 27, 2012 / Comments Off on Romney will focus on solutions

I like what I read in the Tampa Bay Times and Politico this morning, that Governor Romney is saying, “I am who I am,” rather than trying to be someone other than himself.   Instead of pretending to connect with truck drivers in a touchy-feely way, he wants to take steps that actually help truck drivers and other workers.  In…

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Musings as I await the Republican National Convention

By John E. Wade II / August 26, 2012 / Comments Off on Musings as I await the Republican National Convention

The first day of the Republican National Convention here in Tampa has been cancelled because of the approach of Hurricane Isaac, expected to hit Tampa tomorrow.   As a Katrina veteran, I’m not overly concerned about this approaching storm. I am handing out cards with my website information, as well as, and more importantly, the piece…

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Kindness in politics

By John E. Wade II / August 25, 2012 / Comments Off on Kindness in politics

We must be kinder in our politics.  They say that “negative campaigning” works and that voters often cast their ballots against someone rather than for a candidate.  We have a wonderful Republican ticket with Governor Romney and Congressman Ryan, a pair that earns a “for” vote in my mind. We should all take time to think—about this election, our…

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Our Future

By John E. Wade II / August 23, 2012 / Comments Off on Our Future

Our nation, Governor Romney, Congressman Ryan, a host of Republicans at all levels, and I have a tremendous challenge ahead, not only with regard to the election but salvaging our nation financially and otherwise.  This is not the time to tell everyone not to be afraid.  That’s like telling troops on the way to the…

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Complex Issues – Simple Solutions

By John E. Wade II / August 22, 2012 / Comments Off on Complex Issues – Simple Solutions

I met Governor Romney at a fundraiser dinner and gave him two of my books, How to Achieve a Heaven on Earth and Ronald Reagan’s Wisdom for the Twenty-First Century, both with personal inscriptions.  He thanked me and said, “I will look at them.”  Then we were photographed together.  I made the most of my opportunity. President Obama’s…

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What would Reagan do?

By John E. Wade II / August 17, 2012 / Comments Off on What would Reagan do?

President Obama’s anti-Reaganomics tax and regulatory policies have hurt our economy already, and, if reelected, he will really hurt us and the world.  I believe he and the current global debt will cause a worldwide depression. I just got through practicing my speech.  I’m pretty sure I can deliver practically all without it looking like…

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