MR. PRESIDENT, QUIT COMPROMISING, INNOVATE, BE CREATIVE, AND TAKE A CHANCE ON LABOR AND THE WORKING MIDDLE CLASS

America’s biggest current problem is the inequitable distribution of wealth between the wealthiest 1% of  Americans and working Middle Class Americans.

Americans living in poverty has increased annually since 2001 and election of President Bush; the American working Middle Class is disappearing rapidly.

America needs a modern contemporary “New Deal”.  It is time for the Democrats and President Obama to quit worrying about bipartisanship (it’s not going to happen) and ‘compromise’; America’s working Middle Class needs opportunity.

President Obama needs people in his administration that are creative and NOT CENTRISTS who think only about compromise.

America’s working Middle Class is a majority in America and seemingly has no voice.  It ill behooves the President to tell us to quit whining, damn it.

The John Birch Republican minority has ruled America too long, extorting ideological benefits from a Democratic majority.  It’s time to quit being nice and quit looking for compromise.  We cannot compromise democracy or liberty or self respect.

Gov. Moonbeam (Brown of CA) is right; exert your authority and stand with that which is right.  Democrats need more intelligent creative leaders like Howard Dean, Dick Clark, Wes Clark, and Al Frankn in the President’s Administration and dump the establishment Democrats who totally lack creativity, looking for compromise appeasement and reelection.  Just do it and run on your record.

President Obama is intelligent; unfortunately he lacks creativity.  He hasn’t provided change, only retreat to the glorious past.  He knows history and follows the past instead of leading for the future.

I voted for President Obama and love him but he needs to take a chance on the American working Middle Class and Labor.

Labor knows more about America’s working Middle Class than wages, hours, and benefits; it knows our needs.

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