I'm going to use it to explain a bit about freedom.
Listen closely, Mitch Stewart.
Yesterday's disappointing election results show deep discontent with the pace of change. I know the OFA community and the President share that frustration. Don't you mean that OFA/Obama share in the disappointment you speak of ?? Not the frustration.
We also saw what we knew to be true all along: Any change worth making is hard and will be fought at every turn. Would it be preferable to not fight ?? While it doesn't take away the sting of this loss, there is no road to real change without setbacks along the way. The Republican boss is saying the same thing to his underlings. Is he different from you, Mitch Stewart ?
We could have simply sought to do things that were easy, that wouldn't stir up controversy. But changes that aren't controversial rarely solve the problem. Your opponents do not claim to have the same problem or they prefer to fix it in a differently. Are you opposed to diversity ?
Our country continues to face the same fundamental challenges it faced yesterday. Our health care system still needs reform. Agreed - let's allow freedom of association and freedom of contract. Wall Street still needs to be held accountable. Agreed - any theft or fraud should be dealt with by our justice system. We still need to create good jobs. Agreed - allow business to proceed unmolested, let entrepreneurs experiment with new technology and allow the simplification of employee/employer contracts so that everyone benefits. And we still need to continue building a clean energy economy. Agreed - let people use the energy they prefer. The cleanest, most efficient energy will prevail.
No one is stopping you, Mitch Stewart. Don't steal or defraud anyone during the process and you can reform, account, create and build as much as you desire.
The President isn't walking away from these challenges. In fact, his determination and resolve are only stronger. We must match that commitment with our own. Are you asking us to be AGGRESSIVE, Mitch Stewart ?
But it won't be easy. Real change never is. For that reason, I am grateful you're part of this fight This is a fight ? Okay - You answered my previous question. with us.
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Mitch Stewart - I encourage you to consider the Libertarian way. The way of non-violence.
Politics is deal making, often mixed with aggressiveness and fraud, which is why libertarians desire to minimize politics in the daily life of every human. Help us out, Mitch Stewart. Simplify, Simplify, Simplify.