For Those Tired of the Same Old
If you’re old enough to have seen things since the 1980’s, you have notice that many things have changed and many haven’t. Most of the change for the better include cell phones, internet, and video recording clear enough that you don’t get static lines all over the screen when the picture is paused during a hot porno scene. These can all be attributed to the private sector wanting to make things better.
You would also notice that airport security is much tighter and includes an occasional grope. There are fewer places for smokers to go to smoke and relieve themselves from the need to strangle an idiot. Just about everything comes with a warning label, including one for peanut butter to remind us that peanut butter contains peanuts. These can all be attributed to government wanting to make things better.
Private sector changes will happen regardless of who gets elected in 2016. Gadgets will be cooler to play with and be more efficient. Government will also make changes regardless of who gets elected. The difference between other candidates and me is that I won’t have a lobby group funding any portion of my campaign. I will put on my private-sector thinking cap and make government better. There is already positive feedback about my TSA plan of turning TSA security guards into massage therapists. I would do away with mandating labels on peanut butter because if a person can’t figure out that peanut butter contains peanuts, then he or she deserves the outcome of one’s actions.
Most of the candidates that are being considered to run for President have spent a lot of time in government and are limited to using government-type solutions to problems that only government people can conjure up. I am a lifetime private sector employee and business owner who has a history of making things better by using private sector solutions. Choose wisely, grasshopper.
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