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We are the OPPOSITE of Donald Trump
"The Global American® values are based on these principles:
We are Promoting AMERICAN values globally
!) RESPECT for ALL
2) EQUALITY for ALL
3) JUSTICE for ALL
These are AMERICAN values to apply in our lives and actions globally.
Michael's story is in: "Better Times Ahead: April Fool"
It ends with Agenda for American Greatness--how we get back to No. 1 again.
Saturday, November 2, 2013
America's Battle Between the Powerful and the Rest of Us...Repeating history
IN to the History Channel - it is running a tremendous series on
America's constant battle between the little guy and the corporate
tycoons who try to monopolize industry - even Ford ran into it when he
tried to get approval for his car and was rejected by a group that
claimed no one could build a car and sell it without their approval.
So, being the lonely entrepreneur with a car (his version 2.0) he challenged the fastest driver of the time to a race.
Ford won! He was just a poor boy until then.
Ummmm....TUNE IN. It's a history lesson all Americans need to relearn.
Last series was how Teddy Roosevelt led the trust busters against the
JP Morgan, Rockefeller and Carnegie monopolies who were controlling
EVERYTHING at the time - the 3 of them had more wealth than the top 40
The robber barons were ruthless. 1 in 11
steel workers died on the job. Poverty was so great a laid off man shot
Pres. McKinley who was financed to the tune of $20 billion in today's
dollars by these 3 men. They bought false ads in papers (sound familar?
lol). THe big monopolies had put McKinley in office. His VP, Teddy
Roosevelt would NOT be intimated by power when he took over. He broke
them up. America benefited, conditions improved.
It's time again for the little guys win instead of the super wealthy.
Unlike Rockefeller, Ford paid a LIVING WAGE. He was the OPPOSITE of the Rockefeller's and JP Morgans of the world. He wanted to pay people enough to buy his car.
Look how today only a few companies own almost all of America's radio and TV airwaves. A few people, like Rupert Murdoch, can twist public opinion, even falsely, just like the monopolists did that Teddy Roosevelt broke up.
I have a plan. It's in "Agenda for American Greatness."
So, if I do take on Cornyn for that Texas U.S. Senate seat would be
like Henry Ford taking on the fastest race driver of his time. I've had
bigger challenges. They are detailed in "Better Times Ahead April Fool"
- title comes from a sign i once saw at 2 a.m. in India. It fits life.