Thursday, January 26, 2012

Someone should run for Governor of North Carolina as an independent, backed by an unaffiliated Super Pac.

Someone should run for Governor of North Carolina
as a Super Pac with no known contributors
spends more than $100 million on marketing
within one and a half month of the election.

The fellow that can only see a week ahead
is always the popular fellow, for he is looking with the crowd.

But the one that can see years ahead,
he has a telescope but he can't make anybody believe that he has it.

Will Rogers

Any election can now be purchased
in the United States of America.

When buying and selling are controlled by legislation,
the first thing to be bought and sold are legislators.

P. J. O'Rourke

The candidate wouldn’t take any contributions,
as they all flow through the Super Pac
with which the candidate has no affiliation.

It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent,
but the one most responsive to change.

Charles Darwin

The candidate advocates for mandatory health care cost cuts
To create a low tax, low debt, low healthcare cost industrial state.

A job magnate.

Increase the efficiency of the health care industry
through school for work education.

People who have what they want
are fond of telling people who haven't what they want,
that they really don't want it.

Ogden Nash

Bring North Carolina more than 1 million new jobs
by insurers sending out of state, higher cost patients
and an increased manufacturing base
for companies looking for lower cost domestic production.

…the earth belongs to each of these generations during its course,
fully and in its own right.

The second generation receives it clear
of the debts and incumbrances of the first, the third of the second, and so on.

For if the first could charge it with a debt,
then the earth would belong to the dead and not to the living generation.

Then, no generation can contract debts greater than may be paid
during the course of its own existence.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison

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