On Oct 11, 2014, at 4:13 AM, Arnie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Again just my opinion…
It makes little difference in what form the organization takes. What matters is that the people act in unison.
As has already been suggested, the individual strengths be exploited to create a synergistic outcome.
“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.”
The following is offered for consideration, (the book suggested is an option to be fulfilled as desired):
With the proper desire and an open mind, it is possible to join together and at the same time work to achieve success in a greater cause. It happens everyday. It happens in every effective corporation across the globe.
The difference with our situation?
As the people we must create a cooperative and encouraging environment capable of supporting qualified leadership. This requires responsible people in each county and state to take ownership of the task to organize and build their own community from amongst the people who will directly benefit.
The cruel twist is that for about the last 100 years or so….
We the people have been tricked into paying their hefty salaries and complete operational expenses to destroy us. And all the while—we struggle to just keep our heads above water.
This has been our lot in life since at least since 1933. Have we not had enough?
For those capable of honesty, it seems fair to ask…
- Are they so smart?
- Are we so dumb?
- Or maybe a little of Both?
Through history, the American people have been known to be tough, resilient and resourceful. Once provided the truth, through good old “Yankee ingenuity,” almost any problem can be solved. It seems it is time…time to call on those historical values to resolve this Dilemma.
With the proper desire and an open mind, it is possible to work on “separate issues,” and “join together,” at the same time. With the proper desire and an open mind, success can be achieved in a greater cause.
The decision belongs to ALL Americans, as the common law grand jury is a just one more remarkable gift from our founders.
“We owe it to posterity!”
The truth; it takes so few words to express…