Election Day Is November 8, 2016

Wouldn't it be nice to see someone who has the same concerns as you working in the White House
An Introduction
Hi.  My name is Don Green, and I would like to introduce myself.

 If you were to see me on the street, you would probably think that I am just an ordinary, everyday person.  And you would be right.  I am very much like most folks.  Born in Tennessee and raised in Texas, I have been through life doing the things that many other folks do.  I went to public schools, served in the US Army, raised a family, went to college, and tried to build a life based on the American ideal of working hard, keeping my nose clean, and expecting good things to come from my best efforts. 

Lately, though, I have become very concerned with what I see happening in our great country.  It seems that we are headed in the wrong direction.  Instead of holding to traditional values, we are becoming a society that is dependent on entitlements, where the government provides even the basic necessities, and the only criteria for becoming an elected representative is being very good at promising the moon at no cost to the voters. 

My concerns are the same as yours.  I want to see elected representatives who are mindful of what ‘We The People’ want done in government.  I want to see representatives who serve the people, then return home instead of becoming career politicians.  I want to see the US Constitution honored with the intentions of the founders of this great nation.  I want a national government that understands the limits of its power, and knows that it cannot be everything for everyone. 

I can see where the present state of affairs is leading us, and I don’t like the results I see coming.  After doing extensive research and putting enormous amounts of thought into what needs to change to return the United States to its former greatness, I have put together a simple four point plan that will help us achieve it. 

The simple four point plan is this: 

1.  Back the US dollar with gold, silver, platinum, and palladium so it once again becomes stable in value. 

2.  Replace the entire Internal Revenue Code with the criteria that everyone pays 15 cents on each dollar of all income, there are no deductions for anyone, but the first $20,000 is tax free for everyone.  

Make sure that Congress understands that their few specific duties enumerated in the US Constitution must be satisfied completely first and foremost, and then if there is any money left over, they can do with it whatever We The People feel is appropriate, but there will be no tax increase to bring in more funds or policies implemented that devalue the dollar. 

4.  Get the national government out of our personal lives.  

The way I was raised, when you see something you don’t like, you can either do nothing except whine about it (and then nothing changes), or you can get up and do something about it.  I prefer to get up and do something about it. 

That is why I want to represent you as the next president of the United States.  The four point plan outlined above will help us get back to where we were before, where hard work, keeping your nose clean, and relying on yourself and your resources allowed any person the chance to get ahead and make a better life for themselves and their families. 

The DG4P.org web site is under construction.  The basic framework is complete, but not all the content in the pages is finished.  Currently, the Home page is finished, and the Four Point Plan page is busily being completed. So please come back to visit often to see more details about the four point plan and how the remaining pages develop. You can help by sending suggestions, asking for more information, or offering to help with the campaign in a note to one of the email addresses below.

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