iHumanMedia.com – At a recent town hall meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, voters rightly pointed out that America probably made a mistake by not voting Ross Perot into office. Although Ross Perot, a billionaire, that ran for President back in 1996, spent time educating Americans on the dangers of high debt, job losses and other important issues; voters failed to elect him. BAD DECISION AS IT TURNED OUT !
Perhaps, Donald Trump, also a billionaire, is the right President now to “Make America Great”, bringing back the dream of prosperity. He has alerted us all to the failed direction and future dangers of lacking competitive, SMART leadership.
Fast forward from Perot’s 1996 bid for President to current 2015, where the United States is $18.5 Trillion in debt, $3 Trillion in repairs to crumbling infrastructure, failed public education system, skyrocketing healthcare costs with millions of middle class family job losses from Clinton’s NAFTA. CLICK HERE U.S. DEBT LIVE UPDATES
Each voter in America today is faced with the real question of electing a President that will genuinely lead our country. Sometimes its healthy to confront things that we don’t like to hear in order to deliver new solutions commented author, James Dean @ iHumanMedia.com.
Donald Trump is running for President not because he’ll gain anything from it. In fact, he’ll lose millions.
\Trump is running for President, as a Father to protect the American dream.
I truly believe a TRUMP / FIORINA ticket would bring a fantastic new leadership team that challenges the American people to be better and to perform to a higher standard adds Mr. Dean.
Fiorina is the right choice for Vice President and she would challenge President Trump, not always agreeing thus America benefits from a better bi-product tested solution. Trump welcomes smart debate and new ideas, Fiorina is smart.
Trump is attempting to save our country, the United States from a complete disaster which could occur should we not have a straight talker, like him, to completely change the direction of the country.
Imagine the smart economic management America could have benefited from electing ROSS PEROT, who first educated us all on dangers of national debt, poor schools and NAFTA job losses.
I wonder if America would be in better shape today had we elected ROSS PEROT; the same guy that told General Motors they would go bankrupt. But, the board of GM didn’t want to hear the truth silencing Perot in a buyout scheme and they did go bankrupt. Saved, only by $80 Billion in U.S. taxpayer money which GM then used to build five new plants in China offering millions of new jobs for the Chinese, since 2007.
This next election is one of the most important in the history of the country. If the American people fail to acknowledge the truth, as they did by not electing Ross Perot, it’s virtually imminent the country will spiral into economic disarray.
Corporations will leave America for friendlier tax havens and our military will be left in poor shape despite a multitude of critical dangers worldwide.
Without smarter leadership the U.S. will fall into a long-term economic quagmire, non-competitive. It’s already happening now. Loss of faith among the people is widespread. Just read the daily news headlines, its scary out there.
Like millions of other Americans, as a Father, I see there’s no time to continue with the failed leadership in Washington DC. America, the country, just doesn’t have the money to fail and remain inefficient without SMARTER management adds Mr. Dean.
Only, one candidate running for President has a record of delivering top results consistently in business and family matters. That’s Donald Trump.
Perhaps, America’s failure to elect Ross Perot will not be repeated and we can all TRUST in Donald Trump to return us to sustainable prosperity.
If the voters of America pass-up another genuine leader, I fear the poor future ahead. Whether you like Donald Trump or Ross Perot, personally makes little difference. Smarter leadership for America is all that really matters at this point.
Today, it’s all about the future of our communities, kids and grandchildren that desperately need real solutions across the board in every facet says Mr. Dean.
Political News Alerts … Stay Informed !
CBS News–Oct 11, 2015
Donald Trump is in first place in the Republican field with 27percent. That’s the same … never know. Maybe he’s playing one of the great games of all time. … to want it. But I will bet you that, if it was actually offered to him, he would take it. …. That’s because when people get to know me, they get to like me.
The Hill (blog)–4 hours ago
“I’m running against a lot of people,” he said. … They go after me, Igo after them and they drop out of the race,” he told … He is leading the GOP pack with polls giving him 23 percent support … Trumpsays he doesn’t want to be constrained by political … I know what’s divisive, I know what’s not,” he said.
New York Times (blog)
Vanity Fair–8 hours ago
Why are Trump’s opponents so reluctant to call him a goofball? … doesn’t give a damn, will say anything, including truths that more serious people will not utter. … With a cafeteria-tray approach, like Trump’s, where one “idea” need have no connection to any … Theywould present this as a challenge to the other candidates.
CNN International–3 hours ago
When a voter asked him why it is important to have “a leader from a younger … “I just think he knows so much — at least that’s how he comes across to me.” … Republican contender Donald Trump, who called Rubio “too young” and a … Voters like Bolduc told CNN theywere impressed with Rubio’s debate …
The Hill (blog)–2 hours ago
In The Know … Go ahead and be yourself and talk about what we thepeople want to hear about.’” … over the weekend, Trump leads with 27 percent support, followed by … And Carson is one of the few candidates who can routinely draw … the media possesses a deep liberal bias and is out to get him.
Washington Post–6 hours ago
“If they invited me today, it would be like that classic nightmare … It became an even more difficult challenge once people started to … To be allowed onstage, a candidate needs to score at or above 1percent in polls co-sponsored by TV networks. … Lessig oncesardonically praised Donald Trump for his …
Salon–5 hours ago
… Trump gets 24 percent of the vote and 100 percent of the delegates, … No one told her that ordinary people don’t drive 1,000 miles except … They equate him to Trump, the idea being that both are vessels of populist anger. … Voters want to know that the party of government is ready to fix the government.
TheBlaze.com–2 hours ago
Lincoln Chafee – are all at 2 percent or less in most polls. … “Anderson Cooper is one of CNN’s big personalities and they want him in that role, but we … “People who have seen him up closehave liked him,” Smith said. … serious feeling to this debate because there is no Trump circus,” Schroeder added.
10TV–2 hours ago
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