The People’s Campaign for Positive Change


“Once you make a decision the universe conspires to make it happen.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson

This weekend I decided to run for President of the United States, until I learned that only a select few can actually afford a campaign which costs over $150 million dollars, and over $2 million just to get your name on the ballot. I guess this explains why we continue to be limited to professional politicians running for office and also gives a deeper understanding to the degree of control that the 1% hold. I know that my expertise as a loveologist does not fully qualify me for the office but since I have been studying the latest research which supports the end of men and the doom of family structures I have concluded that many of our political and economic ills stem from a singular issue in the breakdown of our ability to relate and the value of relationships themselves.

I am calling this effort the People’s Campaign for Positive Change. It will be a completely unfunded, grass roots and viral on-line campaign, which is set out first to prove that money and policy can and in fact need to be disassociated for Democracy to work as it was intended. By creating and running a free campaign, we will be able to clearly reflect and express the needs of the people, and more importantly not be beholden to any special interests with money. The People’s platform is reflected by concerns across our society, and most recently in the national Occupy movements. Yet political leaders are not listening. Recent debates demonstrate repeatedly that the political one percenter’s can’t quite grasp what the people want and need.

The People’s Platform is three pronged approach to turn around this country and provide meaningful leadership to a world that is failing under current economic systems. The first and most critical direction is to Re-align Democracy within its historic roots- you know, by the people and for the people; The second is a broader discussion of the Re-allocation of Resources – which is a much bigger discussion than the ongoing argument over tax rates. The third and most lasting impact of the campaign is to Restore-Eco Systems which is without question the most critical responsibility we have to each other and the world we live in.

This campaign will only work with wide spread viral support. Please repost widely. I am going to make a dozen short videos to communicate the platform high points that anyone will be able to understand and pass along. Maybe the 1% will catch on by next year and offer us leadership we can use.

WE are the change we are seeking.

Step up and create a future you believe in….


Faith Billingham
Faith Billingham4 years ago

thank you for this article :)

Faith Billingham
Faith Billingham4 years ago

thank you for this article :)

Carmen S.
Carmen S.4 years ago

thanks for this

Joe Shults
Joe Shults4 years ago

Thanks for the interesting article.

Harry Anderson
Harry Anderson4 years ago

Good thought Duane, but it is not money that ruins the best intentions it is the love of money. One of our greatest problems in the United States is that we are not content with such things as we have. My wife and I are retired and our income is far less that half of what we made when full-time. It is absolutely amazing how rich we are. We owe no one anything and do what we wish to do and want for nothing.

Duane B.
.4 years ago

Beware of money ... it ruins the best of intentions!

Robert Hardy
Robert Hardy4 years ago

Please continue this positive and constructive effort.

George Roberts
George Roberts4 years ago

I am about to have Thanksgiving dinner here. My brothers and I have had a falling out, this saddens me. I asked 1 of my brothers I am working on getteng close to agine, he is coming over for dinner on turkey day. I hope to mend more fences this week.

Chris R.
Chris R.4 years ago

Thanks Wendy

Geetha Subramaniam

Interesting. Thanks for posting.