Say “no” to bloated federal spending; the federal budget has tripled in three years and that, too, is enough.
Say “no” to czars. With over 40 czars pre-empting and usurping the responsibilities and authorities of their Senate-confirmed doppelgangers, is it any wonder that there is no accountability and no spending discipline?
Say “no” to union pandering—and don’t blame FOX News for your problems when greedy union negotiators demand more and more.
Say no to environmental extremists, who seek to reduce, or shut down, the new production of oil and gas in the name of “greening” the planet and “sustainability”.
Say “no” to dodgy schemes that encourage voter fraud, even when those schemes are advanced by your Attorney General as a way to ensure your re-election.
Say “no” to legal posturing that gives known terrorists more rights than average Americans.
Say “no” to spending more time attending re-election fundraisers than working on America’s problems.
Say “no” to endless rounds of golf—and claiming that important work is getting done.
Say “no” to selecting advisors and appointees who are known tax dodgers and charlatans as czars and Cabinet Secretaries.
Say “no” to incivility in political discourse so that our congress and executive branch agencies can return to working together for the good of all Americans. Of course, leading by example would be an excellent start.
Of course, there are many other areas in which “no” might need to be said—I’m sure I’ve missed a few.
But, as we approach November-- and unemployment remains at historic high levels, as the deficit continues to escalate, as federal government bloat continues, as entitlements expand regardless of our ability to pay for them, and as many in Washington continue to delude themselves into thinking that they can kick the can of accountability down the road for a few more years—responsible Americans , getting ready to vote for the next president of the United States, need to ask themselves one question: how good is this guy a saying “no” and sticking to it?
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