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Lets Begin Leading the Right Way to Win! By Banishing of the Cowardly Way to Win American Votes BY RYAN Richaud HURST
Negative campaigning is wasteful, and way too distracting for the short attention span of the average American citizen. Time is money and words are powerful. Negative campaigning takes the time of some creative and skilled person to do evil or expose evil. The same investment of time and money should be spent on the development of real solutions for real situations and problems. Unproven words cause people to waste time wondering if a person’s current worth should be determined by things that may or may-not have happened. I maintain that it should be a crime to campaign negatively. A precursor to running for any office should be to pledge that you will only speak and advertise on what you have done and what you will do. Then you must choose a method that focuses on the issues at hand and not on useless stuff like a fellow campaigner’s backstory. We are all human, and should be allowed to learn and correct areas of our past. We are usually our own worst critics and spend our lives forever worried about stuff we’ve done that just doesn’t matter anymore and my not have matter to anyone else. The only thing that should matter to voters is who will do the right things to move the United States forward and fulfill the promises they make. Since negative campaigning is also known as mudslinging, I must mention that, like in most fights, when you hit your enemy, your hand can get hurt as well. Although you, the hitter, are braced for the pain, the blood / mud spills over, and clean hands are impossible to sustain. You the mudslinger are weak, but most Americans are really too busy to separate who sponsored the advertisement from the negative words.
For some reason, negative campaigners think that just by printing their names on the advertisement instead of announcing it, or announcing their name at the end of the advertisement in a lower tone, they can reduce dirty hands. Why they think this among so many visual learners is a mystery of its own, however, it is very likely because people like the risk and the fast benefits it falsely promises. They are counting on the average voter to be too busy, to take their words for truth without thought. Sadly, there is evidence to justify this cynical judgment; the people who need to focus on the issues are either too hungry, underemployed, depressed, or just too young to know better, and they need to be protected by banning negative campaigning. It is cruel, and should be illegal, and is just too much of a risk.
America spent a lot of wasted time on “citizenship” in the last election, and in this election so far we are focusing on a candidate’s personal finances. Aren’t these issues address by the process of being elected? Ok, the financial thing maybe of some concern, because I am still trying to figure out how New York voted for term limits, and that vote, somehow did not apply to the current Mayor. Some things in our voting process do make one say hmm…, Oh well, he did learn from his mistake, and he now agrees with term limits for the next person . Yea that’s another Hmm…., All in all, if they do their homework to find out and stick to the needs of the office, and stop trying to pulling down others to lift themselves up, we the leaders of the free world can do our part in making the world a better place. So, I say let’s keep it Real, clean and moving life forward with banning the muck-raking among the potential policy makers.
Okay how many deaths are Celebrities and Non-Celebrities must there be before technology is adopted to re-haul the Prescription Distribution System. We have three Credit Agencies that prevent individual form getting and running up credit.
Wouldn’t the same system work in the distribution of Addictive Medications. Its time to do something and Mandating Legislation to mandate pharmacists to check for multiple prescriptions, drug interactions for every citizen in the American Health System. We don’t hear about these abuses in the UK. However now in the US within the last two years we have lost Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse and now Whitney Houston. Not to mention the countless number of lives lost every year to overdose or these deadly drug cocktail mixtures.
WCN LifeLine a Division of World Colours Network Television will be advocating such a policy. Look for more information including a Petition for Pharmaceutical Reforms.
Thanks Mr. President
. . .the “room-lighting” smile:
The mind that always thinks.
For preventing a second Great Depression:
For the humor:
For bringing the number of women in the Supreme Court to 3
For making the White House the “people’s” house:
For1.1 million jobs created in 2010 alone, more than the entire 8 years of George W. Bush:
For the love of people:
For the love of family:
For America’s First Lady:
For Health Care reform:
For leaving the past behind:
For the world having respect for America , again:
For quietly and calmly dealing with crisis after crisis, after crisis, after crisis, even if not being responsible for any of them:
For being so “cool”:
For being fierce – when need be:
For having the intellect to be curious:
For the capacity to know that you are, as we are, imperfect..
For having the sense to not let it destroy you.
For the capacity to be compassionate:
For being an inspiration to so many:
For saving the auto industry and at least 1.4 million jobs:
For loving the troops:
For understanding the horrible price of war:
For facing the most difficult and loneliest job in the world with grace, dignity, honesty and guts in spite of so many “Haters”:
For being, in spite of all the hate, pettiness, racism, corruption and immaturity around, the most progressive and ‘for the people’ president in decades:
As we are entering Black History Month and the events of this weekend with a Multimillion Dollar Release of the Tuskegee Airmen inspired story RED TAILS and Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday and National Holiday that WCN Transmedia Group in association with The Africa Heritage Society’s 2011 Freedom Award Winner International Goodwill Ambassador salute The Honorable Jack Sims, Chairman, CEO & Managing Director of SSS4THEWORLD.COM and his team who have entered into the 20 Billion Dollar a Year Shoe and Apparel Industries. Why is this significant? Because it is estimated by 2015 African American’s wIll spend 1.1 Trillion dollars. SPEND. Companies who properly position themselves to tap that market for Organizations, Non-Profits, NGO and those Entrepreneurs that understand the opportunities afforded through Trasnsmedia Brandcasting can see clearly the opportunity. Ask the CEO of Zappos who started his online shoe business and was bought out by Amazon. Congratulations to the SSS4THWWORLD.COM A GLOBAL COMPANY SERVING THE NEED FOR FOOT HEALTH & WELLNESS.
WCNTV is developing a Transmedia Brandcasting Alliances with Companies that support connecting people of African Descent to their Social, Cultural and Economic Heritage while serving the world without respect to race creed or national origin.
We are honored to include http://www.sss4theworld.com among those businesses that represent the economic opportunities for International Businesses launched that share revenue. Contact the SSS4 Team to learn how their programs can assist your organization in your Fund Raising Efforts. Jay O’Conner Chairman & CEO WCNTV
Here is a little research and why there is something very special about this company and its approach to Global Distribution of Quality Footwear. Remember every great business starts with a great Mission.
Establishments in this industry are primarily engaged in the retail sale of men’s, women’s, and children’s footwear; these establishments frequently carry accessories, such as gloves, socks, and hosiery.
According to the National Shoe Retailers Association (NSRA) in 2008, the footwear industry generates $48 billion per year, of which independent retailers contribute about $9 billion annually, or approximately 20 percent of footwear distribution.
Establishments in this industry were either chain stores or individually owned stores. The National Retail Federation categorizes the vast majority as franchises that belong to large chain operations. Parent company involvement varies in daily franchise operations. This industry further divides itself into family shoe stores, which sell a broad range of sizes and styles, and specialty shoe stores, where a specific selection (such as athletic footwear or women’s footwear) is offered exclusively. Athletic shoe stores were the largest specialty category. Other outlets, such as department stores, apparel stores, vendor outlet mall stores, and mail-order catalogs, also generate shoe sales.
Every year U.S. consumers spend over $20 billion in footwear. Products sold in this industry fall into several general categories, including athletic footwear, dress shoes, casual shoes, sandals, work/duty footwear, hiking/hunting/fishing boots, western/casual boots, and “other.” In 2006 casual shoes made up 52 percent of the market, athletic shoes made up 31 percent, and rugged and dress shoes accounted for the rest. In 2003 1.97 billion pairs of footwear were sold in the United States. Sales in stores devoted only to footwear earned $22.6 million that year.
According to industry statistics, there were an estimated 29,360 shoe stores valued at more than $27.9 billion with industry-wide employment of about 188,866 workers in 2009. Shoe stores constituted the majority or 69.3 percent of the industry total with sales of an estimated $24.3 billion. The athletic footwear category was responsible for 11.4 percent with shipments totaling $502.7 million. On average, shoe stores employed seven workers who generated sales of about $2.2 billion. The majority of shoe stores were located in California, Florida, New York, Texas, and Pennsylvania.
Of the estimated 30,000 shoe stores reported in 2010, about 50 shoe stores were responsible for 80 percent of industry sales. Women’s casual and dress shoes account for 30 percent of the industry total; men’s athletic shoes constitute 20 percent; men’s casual and dress shoes held 15 percent; and women’s athletic shoes the remaining 10 percent. More than half of shoe retailers are considered family shoe stores, which carry shoes for women, men, and children of various styles.
As part of The MLK Day.gov Day of Service WCNTV is giving away a few tickets to those who participate in the One Million Soles for Haiti Online Bowling Tournament. at http://www.bowlingforcharity.com The Tournament started Officially on Jan 1, 2012 and will run through the end of the month. On January 10th WCNTV will randomly choose 3 Bowlers who will get 4 Tickets to the Event as guests of the Chairman & CEO of WCNTV Jay O’Conner. Transmedia Brandcasting Executive Producer for the event.
We are using this month to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King‘s day of service by supporting http://www.onemillionsoles.org. With just a $10.00 Donation you can put shoes on the feet of Haiti’s Children. Won’t you help by sharing this post, hitting the like button and challenging your friends to beat you in this incredible skill based game designed to help raise dollars for Charity. If you want to raise money for your non profit. Let us know and we can arrange to have one set up in a matter of hours of any disaster or planned event.
For Ticket Information email MLKDAY2012@GMAIL.COM
Don Morse Jr. was a King of a Man, He was a dear dear friend and associate of mine. He will be remembered as a great philanthropist, dedicated family man and someone very dear to the service to the World Community. WCNTV Remembers Don Morse Jr. and say to his family during this difficult time that the joy we have in being connected to such a Lover of Life will live on through us and each day when we remember his touch, his smile and his presence, may the joy of his Spirit sustain us all who knew and loved Don Morse Jr. Rest in Peace. International Goodwill Ambassador Oscar J. Webb.
DON MORSE JR., 70 FREEPORT – On Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011, the world lost a special man – a man many have said was “larger than life.” His presence will never be forgotten as he has touched so many among his family, friends and the community. Don adored his family and welcomed many others to his extended family. A devoted son, brother, husband, father, grandfather and friend, Don will always be remembered for his generosity, his amazing intellect, his twinkling eyes, his quick wit and his infectious smile.
Don had a magnetic personality that would capture the heart of a child, inspire a group of young adults, provide vision for community leaders, and earn the deep respect of business peers and customers. Don was born July 9, 1941, in Freeport, the son of Donald L. and Joyce E. Morse. If he took anything on in life, it quickly became a passion and he wasn’t satisfied until he mastered it. In his early life he enjoyed bowling, tennis, basketball, and was a drummer in the school band.
He had many fond memories of hunting with his father and good friends. He loved cars, 50s music (especially “Chantilly Lace”), skill games and was an avid reader. He graduated from Freeport High School in 1959 and attended the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign until the death of his beloved father. After leaving the University of Illinois, he became a journeyman electrician through the IBEW Local 364 in 1967, and shortly thereafter joined his mother in the management of Morse Electric. On April 9, 1973, Don married the love of his life, Janey. During their 38 years together, they raised four children – Lori, Krissy, Scott and Donny, worked side by side to grow a business, and were each other’s best friend and constant companion.
Their welcoming home was full of laughter, warmth, family and friends. Don’s father and mother started Morse Electric in 1944. Don’s father passed away at a young age and Don Jr., went to support his mother at Morse Electric. Together with his mother, brother, Dave, and an amazing group of co-workers, they grew the company to a geographical reach which includes operations in Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin and Nevada. Over the years, Don’s vision for Morse Electric allowed the company to expand its reach and expertise in the world of electrical construction, engineering, design, maintenance, high voltage work and electrical testing. Today, The Morse Group has expanded to serve customers throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico with services that also encompass sound and lighting, custom assembly, hardware/software integration and energy efficiency.
Don was a life-long supporter of Freeport and its community. Don was a very spiritual man and a member of the First Church of the Open Bible. Over the years, he volunteered his services and talents on the Board of Directors for St. Francis, St. Joseph’s Provena, Highland Community College, Freeport Chamber of Commerce, the Freeport Planning Commission and the Economic Development Board. As a testament to Don’s character and life work, Morse Electric received both the Thomas H. Madigan Outstanding Business Achievement Award and the Illinois Family Business of the Year Awards in 1999. Don was a longstanding member of the Freeport Country Club, sharing his love for golf with his “Royal’s buddies.”
During the last 10 years, Don developed a passion for Arabian horses. He became very active in the Arabian horse community, traveling domestically and abroad, developing deep friendships within his equestrian family. Don gave generously to fellow horsemen who were impacted by various tragedies. Over the last 15 years, Don and Janey split their time between Freeport and Scottsdale, Ariz., where they enjoyed relationships with long term friends from Freeport and made wonderful new friendships.
More than anything else, Don loved his family and friends and enjoyed spending time with all of them. His sense of humor, his informal way, and his commanding presence will be missed by all that knew him. Surviving are his loving wife, Janey; his beloved children, Donald L. Morse III (Gabrielle), Lori Morse Mantua (Gino), Scott Schindlbeck (Heidi), all of Freeport and Kristin Morse of Jensen Beach, Fla.; brother, David Morse (Debbie) of Scottsdale; sister, Joy Fritz of Atlanta; grandchildren, Ashley Albaum, Taylor Strohecker, Matthew Strohecker, Donald L. Morse IV (Sonny), CJ Schindlbeck, Lilian Schindlbeck, Elias Morse; an eagerly anticipated great-grandchild in April; nieces, Pam Lopez, Melinda Vlk, Joanna Carl and Cassandra Morse; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Stan and Cecilia Crippen, Seth and Melissa Crippen, Beth Street and their collective children, Gretchen and Dyke Andreasen, Heidi Hampt and Mark Rockhold, Scott and Leslie Crippen and Eric, Katie and Luke Crippen.
His heartbroken family will always be inspired by his legacy and comforted by their memories of him. Visitation from 2 to 7 p.m. Monday, Dec 19, in Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home, Freeport. Private funeral service will be held Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial fund to a very special charity to his heart-Malcolm Eaton Enterprises of Freeport, which encourages and assists people with disabilities by creating opportunities which foster independent community living. Arrangements by Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home, 504 N. Walnut Ave., Freeport, IL 61032.
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