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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

What We Expect from Our New President

Public opinion surveys tell us that the majority of Americans now believe our country is headed in the wrong direction. Well, the 2012 elections give us the opportunity to put America back on the right track by turning over a new leaf and building a solid majority of public officials who believe in constitutional government. Here are some of the issues we want our presidential candidate to support:

* We want to know what is his plan to bring good blue-collar jobs back to America and stop the way China is cheating us.

* We want him to promise to nominate for the Supreme Court and other federal courts only those who believe in the U.S.

Constitution as it was originally written, and who reject any notion of a so-called "living" Constitution, and who also reject any use of foreign law to interpret U.S. law and make court decisions.

* Since, as Ronald Reagan reminded us, if we subsidize something, we'll get more of it, we want to know what our presidential candidate plans to do to terminate or reduce the Billions of dollars we are currently spending to discourage marriage, thereby creating millions of people who are labeled below the poverty line and are therefore dependent on government handouts for all or part of their daily living expenses. We don't want a nation of people dependent on government handouts.

* We want our presidential candidate to promise to stop any attempt to impose a national curriculum on public schools. We want him to remind the American people that putting federal money into public schools is a recent development, and it's now a proven fact that all those billions of dollars have not achieved any of the goals that were set forth for which all that money was appropriated.

All concerned Americans must be part of the solution in 2012! We should speak out publicly to spread the constitutionalist and conservative message.

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