We had hope in 2008 that the man we eventually elected President would give us change. We were wrong. No one man can give us the change we need and want, Think about it. Jesus didn’t. Gandhi didn’t. Martin Luther King didn’t. What these men did is help us make the change we needed and wanted by standing with us. By encouraging us. By inspiring us. Isn’t that all we can ask of any one man?
There’s a man I know that very few know now but in the near future many will pick up on his vision and mindset. That many will see and acknowledge that one man in the Whitehouse is not and cannot give us what we need and want. Only we could. The man in the Whitehouse does what he can but is restricted by those who oppose. By those who only see what they want and want to take away what others have. We can depend on the man in the Whitehouse to stand by us, to encourage us, to inspire us and most importantly not hinder us.
George a fellow senior citizen in his 70’s is the man I know with the vision, mindset and the dedication to begin a method to make change a reality. Visit The PEOPLES Amendments Proposals. You decide where we go from here. You decide what needs to be changed. You begin the discussion with your neighbor of how do we again have this country be… Of the People, By the People, and For the People.
Keep this in mind when you vote this Fall.
Final words —
“Have you ever wondered why some people achieve success beyond their wildest hopes, dreams and expectations… while others struggle just to make it from payday to payday? Over time, you will be given millions of opportunities to succeed or fail. You will in fact fail to live up to your expectations many many times over your lifetime. You will also win many of these encounters. There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, learning from failure.” – - – Colin Powell
”When I was young, I was amazed at Plutarch’s statement that the elder Cato began at the age of 80 to learn Greek. I am amazed no longer. Old age is ready to undertake tasks that youth shirked because they would take too long.” – - – Groucho Marx
“There are no shortcuts to any place worth going.” – - – Beverly Sills