Well, the short answer: I don't.
There was a time in human history when being a public servant was honorable and noble, but that time is over and gone. Now, our nation is filled with self-serving egomaniacs that only care about power and money. I would not under any condition send an enemy into such a mire of depravity and debauchery. The work environment is dysfunctional and pathetic.
But, I have a problem: I still believe in America. I still believe in the America of my Grandfather and my father. They both served this country in times of war (the former in WW2 and the latter in Korea).
My father was once told me that no matter what happens, no matter who's in charge, now matter what: America should remain the one place on this earth where humans can live free. America should be the one place that is a beacon of what might be. A place of where dreams come true.
Since 9/11 the constitution is being used as a weapon against the people by all three branches of government. Individual sovereignty has eroded away and is now considered an evil idea. We have no one to trust, and we have no one to blame but ourselves. These politicians and Judges could only do this to the citizenry if we allowed them to. That is why voting matters in America. That is why thinking and analyzing prior to the vote is not an option, but a responsibility of every citizen. Each of us must perform our due diligence in finding the best of the best.
We seek out the people who feel for those in need. We seek out those that are not afraid of the unknown. America was built by visionaries with courage, integrity, and fortitude.
I don't want to be President. I want to be proud of being American again. I don't want to be afraid: I don't want to be in doubt. I want each of you to feel the same.
General Philosophy: Humanism
Economic Philosophy: Rational Expectation
Political/Social Philosophy: Voluntaryism
Tenn Tech University 1993-1997
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Thesis: Taste Perception
William Woods University 2011-2013
Masters of Business Administration
Advocate (Medicaid, Cannabis Reform)
United Methodist Church
Missouri Writers’ Guild
Jefferson City Art Club
Columbia Art League
Hemp Industries Association
Missouri Hemp Network (founder)
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Restore (Habitat for Humanity)
Board of Directors-Capital Arts
Nature walks, bowling, fishing, reading, hiking, art, poetry, writing, yoga, tai chi, aquatic tai chi, aikido, puzzles, refinishing furniture (wood working), football, and hockey.
Authorized by Steven Wilson - President