Thoseout – of – power, often, articulate, their dis – pleasure, resorting to blaming and complaining their political opponents, rather than focusing on how to make things better! If you don’t like the current schedule, your focus ought to be on re – gaining political power, and addressing relevant, sustainable issues, in a way, which inspires, others, to think about, making a change – for – the – better! Americans, often, like to brag about their freedoms and liberties, while taking for granted, many of these. Unless, until, more people overcome their apathy, and devote, to voting, how can we expect, a more committed, well – educated, electorate? When, over half of the potential voters, avoid their responsibility, right, and duty, to vote, whining and whining, isn’t a solution! With that in mind, this guide will attempt to temporarily, identify, consider, and discuss, using the mnemonic strategy, some of what, this is all about. Check out the post right here.
1. In 2016, we elected Donald Trump, as President, in a effort, seemingly focused on, and highlighting, blaming and complaining, as opposed to offering a viable vision, for the future! Many, now, complain about President Trump’s leadership, but, when less than half the population, participates, in voting, it may not be a victory, for the people!
2. Opinions; options; chances: We’re , entitled to our own opinions, but not to our own, set of facts! Political fact – checkers, have said , this President has resorted to lies and mis – statements, more than 6 times, per day, since his election, and by calling anything that he disagrees with (or disagrees/ criticizes, with him), our people are divided, and, frequently, confused! We need to vote for men and women that consider viable options and alternatives, looking for relevant, sustainable opportunities, into a sustainable future, rather than focusing, on making America, great again!
3. Timely; tendencies; truthful; hope: When our leaders aren’t truthful, how can they earn and profit, the public’s trust? Rather than rhetoric, we need leadership, which identifies, and takes advantage of relevant trends, and is timely, and well – considered!
4. Empathy; emphasis; energy; enrich; excellence: Unless/ until, leaders listen and learn, efficiently, from everything they hear, and each experience, and transform this to relevant expertise, and excellence, they will frequently put their emphasis, on their own personal/ political agenda, and self – interest, rather than on the common good. When one proceeds, with the energy, to enrich the others, and the state, he becomes a greater public official!
Wake up, America, and stop making excuses, whining and whining, and voting, based on empty rhetoric, personal biases/ bias, etc! Avoid being apathetic, and then complaining, but commit, to VOTE!