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To my dear friends at Care2:
As the Election 2008 clock ticks I must put focus on this in ways that mobilize the campaign.
This means, I will not be able to actively participate in noting your news, and will on going be making very few posts. I will not be logged in but will be aware of your email as all is forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org where you can contact me directly.
My purpose at care2 has been to look at America and its sentiment. I have met many fine people online here. I wanted to listen to your needs, and present solutions that I feel are worthwhile for our nation as its people. These are the solutions from the New Deal
The issues I have addressed are on government , economic reform, and your personal empowerment. I have wished to demonstrate that for every problem that there is a workable solution.
The petitions authored were about America's ( our ) self esteem, Constitutional rights, and our active representation in the government that is supposed to serve us. About our economy, I have wished to demonstrate how it is to serve us, how we can recover $trillions of dollars to put back into our economy, achieve parity in balanced trade with our foreign neighbors, and a real solution for our immigration problem. Further, how we as a nation can achieve Economic Solvency, and therefore reassure our National Security for our children.
On our personal empowerment what has been provided is in having a real health care plan, an Educational system that serves all as being part of our nations intellectual capital, and about Social Security benefits to be redeemed.
All solutions have been based upon the 5 principles crafted when I decided to run for President in December 2004. These are: Transparent and Accountable Government to serve us, The Dignity of Human Rights in our Mutual regard, Balanced Trade to reinstill industry in our nation, Economic Solvency for our National Security, and Foreign Policy that demonstrates a standard of respect for others, and what we should expect from them.
Many at care 2 have asked how they can be of help in the campaign and I am very grateful and deeply touched about their inspiration. I cannot, nor would expect care 2 members to step out of their daily lives to actively campaign, petition for the their distract/state ballot, or otherwise to extend themselves at their cost. This is on my shoulders to do, and is the road ahead that I must pursue. This is why I cannot spend more time at care2 as this is a task requiring to build an active volunteer network across our nation. This will be now my focus as the platform, The New Deal is well defined.
What care2 members can do, if interested, is to remember, that to complain is to only become part of the problem, but can instead make the difference needed by becoming part of the solution. Knowing the New Deal
is in knowing the solutions. At care2 you can share this with your friends if inspired. They can share it with theirs. We can empower tomorrow, buy knowing what we want and how to travel the Road Back from No Man's land that the current Bush Administration has led us to.
My fiends, I have appreciated your online friendship, will never be too busy for you, and you know how to reach me.
Hi - Please let me share a blurb about the New Book I call the New Deal.
"The New Deal represents plans and commitment in leadership of our nation. It is a set of blue prints for our strategic future with the message to leave no American behind. Its focus is on the reform of the government with respect to the information age, the economy in order to bring it into the 21st century, and provide personal empowerment in a secure nation that has workable foreign policy. We can pay back the over burdened foreign debt without major cost to the taxpayer, bring momentum back into our economy, return industry to US soil, build strong labor unions, and have personal empowerment when it comes to having real health care, employment, and good educational systems. The nation is moved by the people's voice. As being a blue print, in voting for the New Deal in November 2008, it's do-able, and that's the bottom line."
An advanced edition is at http://www.lulu.com/content/838996 if interested.Click for Carolyn Daley on the Right to Vote