Sometimes we get the government we deserve!

But, when we make a mistake, by the grace of this country's Founders, we can correct it through an innovative notion that corrupt politicians refer to as "the next election," a phenomenon they never forget. Well, we the people do forget the next election too often but not this time! We can deserve a better government if we act properly in this next election.

Poor quality changes often begin with something small that is not noticed right away. Some see the EPA’s decision on light bulbs as a simple innocuous act. On its own, perhaps that conclusion has validity, but not when the history of government regulations is brought into the picture.

After more than a hundred years, our government has taken away the right to use the Ben Franklin / Thomas Edison incandescent light bulb. Who doesn’t use them? So, a small government commandment becomes a big deal. Out of nowhere, light bulbs are bad and human exhalant is bad and cattle flatulence is bad and farm dust is bad. For years, milk has been treated as a toxin. What is that all about? It is all about the government taking away all personal freedom to satisfy its own perverted ideology

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The people can stop this and must stop it now. As you know Pennsylvania's own Ben Franklin discovered electricity, and because electricity was tamed and made usable in households, Edison was motivated to perfect the incandescent light bulb. Households have effectively used the simple Edison light bulb for well over 100 years.  Has the bulb overnight become bad? No, I do not think so. But it sure seems that overnight, government has gone bad.

Because we have a Congress that does not respect the people, the days of Edison's mighty yet simple light bulb have been outlawed. Burn an incandescent light and soon, you may be a criminal. How would you like to be doing time on a light bulb rap, or if somebody catches you using two-ply toilet paper—a toilet paper rap, or if you kick up a little dust on a farm—a dust rap! Maybe this stuff really is not funny! Today I got an email that George Soros is buying up all the arms manufactures in this country so he can stop selling guns. True or not, the fact that that is apossibility spooks me and it should spook all Americans.  

I would ask that after the 2012 elections that any new American representative in the House or the Senate, as one of the first things they do—get rid of these silly freedom robbing regulations. Big government simply doesn't work. Let’s turn the lights back on and this time, let the bulbs be incandescent. At least the bulbs won’t be shipped in from China!

The kind of change that we have been getting from Congress is good only for the government and the bureaucrats, but it is not good for freedom-loving people, and it is not good for the economy or there would be jobs available for everybody. RRR, my plan for economic recovery and job creation, is an honest plan and when understood fully by all Americans, it will be the comprehensive selected path for recovery.

While I was attempting to get on the ballot for the US Senate, I hoped that by learning about me—who I am and where I am from and what I stand for in life, the people of Pennsylvania would conclude that we have unity of purpose. We all want to have our country come back to the days of prosperity when the US was the clear world leader.

Because ballot access is so difficult in PA, my campaign team recognized that we needed to withdraw from that arduous task. Therefore, I was unable to get on the ballot for the primary election as a candidate for the US Senate. I am back again, however, asking for your support this time as a write-in candidate. I simply could not afford the cost of gaining ballot access. I can promise you that if elected, I will execute all of the precepts of the RRR plan to save America and for our country to regain prosperity.

Like you, I am one of the regular people in life. I never wanted to be a politician and I never wanted to run for office. In other essays on this site, I tell the story of how I lost the first time that I ran for Congress. So, like a regular American, I picked myself up, dusted myself off, and I began working for an even more compelling office, the US Senate.

Why would I want to hold an office in the Congress of the United States of America? The short answer is that I feel it is my time to serve. I would be honored to be the US Senator from the great state of Pennsylvania. I originally believed that nobody can run for national office unless they passed through the ballot access gauntlet, and unfortunately, in 2012, I was unable to make it. After dusting myself off again, I re-discovered the idea of the write-in method of gaining the Democratic nomination, and here I am Lord.

I was asked numerous times: what was the cause that inspired me to get into the Senate race. Besides it being my time in my life, in which I should be giving, I would respond with the following: America is in trouble. We have unprecedented deficits and our debt is about to put us all in the poorhouse. The elite in the Democratic Party cannot understand that when somebody gets something in this country for doing nothing, somebody must pay for it. There are no free lunches.

Barack Obama may not be a 100% communist but he is a progressive who believes in Marxist and socialist principles. I was hoping to take him from the US Senate if by some stroke of bad luck; he is able to gain office again. I am hoping and praying that does not happen. So, by being in the US Senate, I could help assure the next conservative president that we can undo the harm, and reinvest in the good, and make America whole again.

I am an admirer of the Casey family from Scranton though it might not seem that way. I saw the late Bob Casey Sr first campaigning for office forty years ago when I was a student at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre. He was giving a casual speech in the Student Lounge in the Science Building.  I saw him as a quality person and a great statesman. When I was with IBM a number of years later, one of my very good friends in life drove the future governor from campaign stop to campaign stop so he could always have his notes together properly.

Unfortunately for Pennsylvanians, at least one of his apples fell far from the tree. I see Senator Bob Casey Jr. as a simple Obama minion serving in the loyal army of committed progressive socialists. I will do my best to assure that Pennsylvanians have the opportunity to be represented by a good man as Senator. I envision someone more like Governor Casey, a man who, unlike our current Senator, his son, loved Pennsylvania and America as much as we do. The Republicans and Democrats running for the Senate in 2012 see things as we do, and any of them would make a fine replacement for Robert P. Casey, Jr.

In the most humorous spoof about the tight relationship of Obama and Casey, Republican Senatorial Candidate Steven Welch goes a lot further than I. In this very funny yet thought provoking production, the Welch team paints the scenario that Obama and Casey are actually twins separated at birth. Can that be?

http://www.politicspa.com/welch-video-casey-and-obama-separated-at-birth/29730/

There is another similarity. Barack Obama does not represent Pennsylvanians and Bob Casey does not represent Pennsylvanians either. So, clearly, Welch has a valid point. Moreover, Obama either does not know or chooses not to know how to develop good policy for the country. Bob Casey Jr. is of the same ilk. Look how bad the economy has gotten in the five or six years that Casey Jr. has been in the US Senate.

I do not know Steven Welch, and I have taken pains not to pick on any Senate Candidate other than the incumbent. You can tell I like what Steven Welch put forth on Obama in this video. It is a mastery of art and satire and for any open minded Pennsylvanian, it should be all we need to get rid of both of the twins.

However, since receiving the Republican endorsement, from my observations, Welch is disappointing citizens across the commonwealth. I was the principal speaker at a 9-12 meeting in late February, 2011 in Lebanon, PA. I was asked to explain the RRR plan in some detail. Steve Welch was also scheduled to speak along with Republican Senate Candidates David Christian, Marc Scaringi, and Tom Smith as well as Democratic contender, Joseph Vodvarka. A big treat for everybody was the very talented Republican Auditor General Candidate Frank Pinto. Pinto is so good I would almost agree to surgery by him if he said he could do it. We need a lot more Pintos in America. Since Pennsylvania finally has one, I suggest keeping him. I got to meet all of the above except Mr. Welch, who without notice chose not to attend. Sam Roher who is also a US Senate candidate had been to Lebanon in January.

The people in Lebanon were very upset that Mr. Welch agreed to be at their event and then pulled a no-show!  They see it that now that he is endorsed by the state GOP party, he no longer figures he needs to meet the people in their home towns. So I figure that I have already met the best GOP Senate candidates in Lebanon PA on February 21. I wish them all the best.  http://lebanon912.org/  All candidates are superb and they are very serious about ending the failed Obama / Casey policies and getting US back on track. I Would love to be the Democratic candidate facing any of these great Americans. It would be “can’t lose” for Pennsylvania.

If this were a comedy movie instead of a country falling apart at the seams, it would be fun to watch. I happen to love America but I see no such love coming from either Bob Casey Jr. or his twin, B. H. Obama.
Watching My Country Fall Apart At the Seams Is Not Fun!

Poor quality changes often begin with something small that is not noticed right away. Some see the EPA’s decision on light bulbs as a simple innocuous act. On its own, perhaps that conclusion has validity, but not when the history of government regulations is brought into the picture.

After more than a hundred years, our government has taken away the right to use the Ben Franklin / Thomas Edison incandescent light bulb. Who doesn’t use them? So, a small government commandment becomes a big deal. Out of nowhere, light bulbs are bad and human exhalant is bad and cattle flatulence is bad and farm dust is bad. For years, milk has been treated as a toxin. What is that all about? It is all about the government taking away all personal freedom to satisfy its own perverted ideology.

The people can stop this and must stop it now. As you know Pennsylvania's own Ben Franklin discovered electricity, and because electricity was tamed and made usable in households, Edison was motivated to perfect the incandescent light bulb. Households have effectively used the simple Edison light bulb for well over 100 years.  Has the bulb overnight become bad? No, I do not think so. But it sure seems that overnight, government has gone bad.

Because we have a Congress that does not respect the people, the days of Edison's mighty yet simple light bulb have been outlawed. Burn an incandescent light and soon, you may be a criminal. How would you like to be doing time on a light bulb rap, or if somebody catches you using two-ply toilet paper—a toilet paper rap, or if you kick up a little dust on a farm—a dust rap! Maybe this stuff really is not funny! Today I got an email that George Soros is buying up all the arms manufactures in this country so he can stop selling guns. True or not, the fact that that is apossibility spooks me and it should spook all Americans. 

I would ask that after the 2012 elections that any new American representative in the House or the Senate, as one of the first things they do—get rid of these silly freedom robbing regulations. Big government simply doesn't work. Let’s turn the lights back on and this time, let the bulbs be incandescent. At least the bulbs won’t be shipped in from China!

The kind of change that we have been getting from Congress is good only for the government and the bureaucrats, but it is not good for freedom-loving people, and it is not good for the economy or there would be jobs available for everybody. RRR, my plan for economic recovery and job creation, is an honest plan and when understood fully by all Americans, it will be the comprehensive selected path for recovery.

While I was attempting to get on the ballot for the US Senate, I hoped that by learning about me—who I am and where I am from and what I stand for in life, the people of Pennsylvania would conclude that we have unity of purpose. We all want to have our country come back to the days of prosperity when the US was the clear world leader.

Because ballot access is so difficult in PA, my campaign team recognized that we needed to withdraw from that arduous task. Therefore, I was unable to get on the ballot for the primary election as a candidate for the US Senate. I am back again, however, asking for your support this time as a write-in candidate. I simply could not afford the cost of gaining ballot access. I can promise you that if elected, I will execute all of the precepts of the RRR plan to save America and for our country to regain prosperity.

Like you, I am one of the regular people in life. I never wanted to be a politician and I never wanted to run for office. In other essays on this site, I tell the story of how I lost the first time that I ran for Congress. So, like a regular American, I picked myself up, dusted myself off, and I began working for an even more compelling office, the US Senate.

Why would I want to hold an office in the Congress of the United States of America? The short answer is that I feel it is my time to serve. I would be honored to be the US Senator from the great state of Pennsylvania. I originally believed that nobody can run for national office unless they passed through the ballot access gauntlet, and unfortunately, in 2012, I was unable to make it. After dusting myself off again, I re-discovered the idea of the write-in method of gaining the Democratic nomination, and here I am Lord.

I was asked numerous times: what was the cause that inspired me to get into the Senate race. Besides it being my time in my life, in which I should be giving, I would respond with the following: America is in trouble. We have unprecedented deficits and our debt is about to put us all in the poorhouse. The elite in the Democratic Party cannot understand that when somebody gets something in this country for doing nothing, somebody must pay for it. There are no free lunches.

Barack Obama may not be a 100% communist but he is a progressive who believes in Marxist and socialist principles. I was hoping to take him from the US Senate if by some stroke of bad luck; he is able to gain office again. I am hoping and praying that does not happen. So, by being in the US Senate, I could help assure the next conservative president that we can undo the harm, and reinvest in the good, and make America whole again.

I am an admirer of the Casey family from Scranton though it might not seem that way. I saw the late Bob Casey Sr first campaigning for office forty years ago when I was a student at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre. He was giving a casual speech in the Student Lounge in the Science Building.  I saw him as a quality person and a great statesman. When I was with IBM a number of years later, one of my very good friends in life drove the future governor from campaign stop to campaign stop so he could always have his notes together properly.

Unfortunately for Pennsylvanians, at least one of his apples fell far from the tree. I see Senator Bob Casey Jr. as a simple Obama minion serving in the loyal army of committed progressive socialists. I will do my best to assure that Pennsylvanians have the opportunity to be represented by a good man as Senator. I envision someone more like Governor Casey, a man who, unlike our current Senator, his son, loved Pennsylvania and America as much as we do. The Republicans and Democrats running for the Senate in 2012 see things as we do, and any of them would make a fine replacement for Robert P. Casey, Jr.

In the most humorous spoof about the tight relationship of Obama and Casey, Republican Senatorial Candidate Steven Welch goes a lot further than I. In this very funny yet thought provoking production, the Welch team paints the scenario that Obama and Casey are actually twins separated at birth. Can that be?

http://www.politicspa.com/welch-video-casey-and-obama-separated-at-birth/29730/

There is another similarity. Barack Obama does not represent Pennsylvanians and Bob Casey does not represent Pennsylvanians either. So, clearly, Welch has a valid point. Moreover, Obama either does not know or chooses not to know how to develop good policy for the country. Bob Casey Jr. is of the same ilk. Look how bad the economy has gotten in the five or six years that Casey Jr. has been in the US Senate.

I do not know Steven Welch, and I have taken pains not to pick on any Senate Candidate other than the incumbent. You can tell I like what Steven Welch put forth on Obama in this video. It is a mastery of art and satire and for any open minded Pennsylvanian, it should be all we need to get rid of both of the twins.

However, since receiving the Republican endorsement, from my observations, Welch is disappointing citizens across the commonwealth. I was the principal speaker at a 9-12 meeting in late February, 2011 in Lebanon, PA. I was asked to explain the RRR plan in some detail. Steve Welch was also scheduled to speak along with Republican Senate Candidates David Christian, Marc Scaringi, and Tom Smith as well as Democratic contender, Joseph Vodvarka. A big treat for everybody was the very talented Republican Auditor General Candidate Frank Pinto. Pinto is so good I would almost agree to surgery by him if he said he could do it. We need a lot more Pintos in America. Since Pennsylvania finally has one, I suggest keeping him. I got to meet all of the above except Mr. Welch, who without notice chose not to attend. Sam Roher who is also a US Senate candidate had been to Lebanon in January.

The people in Lebanon were very upset that Mr. Welch agreed to be at their event and then pulled a no-show!  They see it that now that he is endorsed by the state GOP party, he no longer figures he needs to meet the people in their home towns. So I figure that I have already met the best GOP Senate candidates in Lebanon PA on February 21. I wish them all the best.  http://lebanon912.org/  All candidates are superb and they are very serious about ending the failed Obama / Casey policies and getting US back on track. I Would love to be the Democratic candidate facing any of these great Americans. It would be “can’t lose” for Pennsylvania.

If this were a comedy movie instead of a country falling apart at the seams, it would be fun to watch. I happen to love America but I see no such love coming from either Bob Casey Jr. or his twin, B. H. Obama.