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I Can Fix America: 52 common sense ways YOU can make the United States great again. Paperback – December 31, 2011
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I would addonly one thing to it - Way #53: If you could do one simple thing to fix America, buy this book and donate it to a school library near you, or give it to a young person.
C. Jesse Duke
Author of "Spread This Wealth (And Pass This Ammunition!) Why We Must, and How We Can Save America From Its Own Misguided Government
"Make a difference!" "Change the world.""Be the change you want to see in the world." Great quotes, and great aspirations, but sometimes overwhelming and difficult to put into action. Why? Because we aren't specific about what to do or why we are doing it. Duley gives us a vision and a path for both. Want to reduce Health Care costs? You'll find something YOU can do to impact your personal situation and learn the long term impact that action can have. Want to have more financial freedom? Go ahead, pick a step out of this book that you can take RIGHT NOW, that will help you achieve this goal. ANYONE can lead and make a difference by taking action with ONE of these steps, let alone joining Duley in achieving all 52. Now is the time. You are IT.
As we observe over the next election, we will watch Republicans tout to Democrats the old adage of Ben Franklin: "Waste neither time nor money, but make the best use of both. Without industry and frugality, nothing will do, and with them everything." With that, Democrats will continue to advocate for programs that show only modest results for maximum dollar and force this country into debt.
We will watch Democrats tell Republicans that "to whom much is given, much is expected." With that, Republicans will continue to fail to realize that there are some people who need help and that just because a few people "work the system" does not mean that the whole concept of helping others is bad.
Unfortunately, both sides continue to use an age old tactic: blame the other side for not doing their part while doing no self reflection. Duley takes blaming others out of the equation and gives us practical ways to do our part as individual American Citizens. Though most of his ideas are not new, his presentation of old ideas hopefully will incite all of us Americans to not hope that other Americans will do their part, but to be the hope for other Americans by doing our part.
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