Abigail and Dolley readers, people are hungry for concrete solutions. I, for one, am sick to death of campaign slogans and political positions. Without an actual plan, political positions are defacto advocation of the status quo. We elected Barack Obama on "Hope and Change" without specifics, and the fact of the matter is that he has led with no specifics. Obama has abdicated his role as President to the czars and the liberals in Congress to absolute disastrous consequences.
Ultimately, that is why I could never get behind Ross Perot. He did not have a plan, simply stating we need to get to Washington and have a look under the hood and let the experts fix things. It rang hollow then and it still does today. We the people, want some meat on any candidates proposal. Perry's talking point about, "We need to get America workin' again" was great the first 5 or 6 times he said it, but when you went looking there was no plan to actually accomplish anything. He has since released a plan but in the interim proved to most Americans that he's not up to the task of taking on the smooth debating Barack Obama. In a stroke of complete irony, it was ultimately a poor debate and a mangled explanation on illegal aliens that sunk his campaign. Perry has been handled horribly by the same people who parted ways with Newt early in the summer... Now, Newt grabs that third rail and in the end may actually strengthen his candidacy and have it play in the general election. Put your big boy pants on folks, Newt is on a roll!
Finally, everybody is up in arms about immigration. People are politically posturing all over the place with impassioned absolutes. They feel quite righteous in their political purity, but therein lies the rub. Where is your plan? It's great to have principals and positions, but what are you actually going to do about it? I believe we have to stop being Political about this. We need to leave our Party/Candidate jersey's at the door and finally do what is right for our country.
Here are a couple of links to detailed solutions, no matter the outcome of the election, these serious proposals should be examined and adopted in whole or in part.
Newt on Immigration
The Seven Angels of Revelation 15
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