05 January, 2012

“Question asked on LinkedIn, how best to win votes in an election ...?

“Question asked on LinkedIn,
By Cllr. Robert H. Brown"
"Do you have any great ideas on how best to win votes in an election ...? How will we achieve getting common sense and honesty in Politics? What can you suggest for the best way forward ...?”

 Answer by   Charles Harvey, for President 2012”

"Middle class" presidential candidate challenges Obama.

I voted for him. However, he failed to make commonsense decisions that were best for America and the "middle class," living on "Main Street USA, many, literally living on the streets." *If you are a person living in the "upper class," that will help you.  You will need sufficient funding, or you will get little or no Media, especially if you’re from the “middle class” I know, I live in the middle of “middle class,” I have announced my presidency in April, 2011, and I received one article, from all the American Media sources. Seems Like China Media.

Now, for small towns under 20,000, you can get local news coverage, and local cable. Buy some lawn. Signs, and tell the truth, and you can win as a "middle class" candidate. I know because I won office as a "carpetbagger. But if you should want to in the big league, in Washington, you should consider my   *suggestion, at the top of this article.
Media, is controlled by the "one percent, and the "upper class." The reason you did not see me at the debates, at Iowa, or New Hampshire, is you need to have a minimum of 4% in the polls, to be part of the elite.  So, media does a "catch 22," Media ignores non-wealthy, non-politicians, from the "middle class."
"The “middle class" cannot join the closed, "upper class” VIP Political club. CNN, is owned by Time Warner, with GE, being the largest stock holder of them, and Time Warner is one of the "Big Six" Media Corporation, that control all the American's read, hears, and see.
Media tells us how terrible China is, because the leader, controls all the Media, as what they tell their people. Here, in America, the Media controls all we see, hear, and read.
 There are 435 members of the US House of Representatives. There are also 5 non-voting delegates (Washington DC, Guam, American Samoa, US Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands) and 1 Resident Commissioner (Puerto Rico).
There are 100 Senators. Congress is made up both the House and the Senate.

There are 535 voting members of Congress. There are 541 total members.


So 535 "upper class" Members of Congress, control the lives of the "middle class." (72% of population)During our recession, Congress assets increased 24%, while "middle class," lost 16. %. However, instead of fighting for equal time for the "middle class, as they give the "Upper Class," "middle class" like always, will vote in an “upper class" politician, As always, and wonder why "


Money Wins Presidency and 9 of 10 Congressional Races

Continuing a trend seen election cycle after election cycle, the biggest spender was victorious in 397 of 426 decided House races and 30 of 32 settled Senate races. On Election Day 2006, top spenders won 94 percent of House races and 73 percent of Senate races. In 2004, 98 percent of House seats went to the biggest spender, as did 88 percent of Senate seats.
"The 2008 election will go down in U.S. history as an election of firsts, but this was far from the first time that money was overwhelmingly victorious on Election Day," Sheila Krumholz, executive director of the Center for Responsive Politics, said. "The best-funded candidates won nine out of 10 contests, and all but a few members of Congress will be returning to Washington."


Middle class" has not received help in decades.

"Middle class" are victims that do the same dumb thing in Election Day, and expect something different. They shoot themselves in the foot, then they wonder why the walk with a limp.

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