Friday, April 18, 2008

For Hillary: Show Some Love


1. Credible plan to restart manufacturing.

2. Credible promise for high quality products.

3. No Product. No Market. No Sale. No Pay.

The War:

Bad investment. First strike is not the American way. Disengage and deal. Even if Carter is not where he is supposed to be or even if he is, his message is LISTEN. Embrace his actions while not endorsing them.

Pick your fights: Defend those who will vote for you.

The damage from the published character assassination is done.

Speak in clear hopeful terms about how we will create markets, not just in high tech, but also in commodity products. How can we do that in an economy where the American Dream is not something everyone can get, but has the equal opportunity to try? Cost vs Function.

What America wants is to feel good about itself again. The good bits in life are not faster cars, bigger houses, a huge individual carbon footprint; the good bits are the shared bits.

My Take: Breathe America. You are a very powerful nation. Be Proud, but quit condescending to the rest of the world. Pick your fights. Booty raids are a bad reason to wage modern war.

If we want the rest of the world to respect us, we must respect ourselves. If we want the rest of the world to love us, we must respect them. Love is not force or the absence of force. It is the respect in the application of force.

Leave Iraq. If they kill each other, that is their business. Cold but the only way we can completely disengage.

Say NO to Thugs.

Show some love, Hillary, show some love.

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