*Political Post*

For the past 3 months I’ve been getting up between 5:30 and 6am and moving a business. This involved a lot of planning, physically moving, and coordinating so the move went as seamless as possible. It’s a never ending struggle that finally ended.

Finishing work days, then exercising for the sake of staying in shape, followed by watching The Wire is all I’ve been capable of. I write my journey because I feel like the light is shining at the end of the tunnel. The new work environment gives the opportunity to hire people and that allows a business not to depend on me. With a new found, soon to come, freedom, the doors of a better life should open…for me.


Our country is a dumpster fire. The first clip shows the 2012 debate with some mockery of ’24 thrown in. In 2012 the candidates agree with each other. They pretend to like each other. It’s almost as if they are hoping for the future success of the country.

This Man Can’t be President

He can’t run Stortz tools, he certainly can’t run the country. Submitting a vote for him is saying that we don’t care who our leader is, it’s the party that counts. So be it. It’s a two party system and I understand disliking the candidate enough not to vote for them. I’m currently doing it. This is what happens when you show up unprepared.

Where Do I Stand?

I’m a Republican. Most small business owners are Republican because they believe that the maximum potential achieved by an individual is what matters most to strength and prosperity of the country. If your people are strong, your country will be too. Democrats tend to believe that strength lies in unity and cohesion of the people. I personally find people to be lazy, undependable, and to take advantage of situations when given the opportunity. I don’t believe in hand outs and don’t identify with many of the parties viewpoints. I am pro-abortion and anti-gun, but I strongly believe you should own a gun to protect yourself from a government takeover.

What I care about most is what is going to happen to this country. Debt is a crusher and we have too much. Anti Americans are invading and it’s weakening. Check out Minnesota if you want to know what I’m talking about.

Can you not see we’re failing? The major cities are crime ridden and corrupt. Our (democratic) universities are educating for their own self interests instead of the betterment of the student. The cost of education has tricked our youth into a lifetime of debt. The race wars have divided a nation that is not only enflamed by the media, but started by them. It doesn’t matter who the President of our country is, it’s up to the citizens to stand up and stop voting for these polluters. Unless you want Minnesota to be Somalia, which I’ll be the first to say, I don’t understand what is going on there.