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Karl Schwarz for President 2008: 3rd Party Unification Presidential Candidate With a Winning Plan to Take Back America

by Jack Allis, Consultant

Entrepreneur and author, Karl Schwarz is running for President of the United States in 2008, representing a brand new independent third political party, and he intends to win. As crazy as this might sound at first, Schwarz makes a very compelling case, and after listening to him talk about his plan, you begin to see that these are extraordinary times we live in, and a rare opportunity indeed exists to have the type of impact Ross Perot had on the election in 1992, and far greater. You too start to believe. This is not only possible. It just might happen.

The numbers are definitely there. The key to toppling the Republicans and the Democrats from their stranglehold of power is a plan that will unite all those Americans who are sick and tired of the lies, the corruption and the criminal acts of the two-major parties, and who have lost all hope in the current system. If this segment of the population can be reached, mobilized and united, it can unquestionably receive a plurality in an election with the Republicans and the Democrats. "That's our objective," Schwarz says, and as he never tires of repeating, "Over seventy-million eligible voters didn't vote in the 2004 election. That's almost one-third of the total electorate." [...] Read the rest and decide for yourself... and, by the way, where IS Perot these days? //www.karlschwarz.com/



An Emergent Progressive Majority

Americans are tired of voting against someone. It’s time to recruit leaders who’ll speak clearly to people’s real needs and problems.

By Gloria Totten
Issue Date 10.05.05

Progressives should be optimistic as we look toward the 2006 midterm elections. A recent CNN/ Gallup Poll shows that a record-high 54 percent of Americans believe that the United States made a mistake in going to war in Iraq. Surging gas prices in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and struggles to keep up with the cost of living are fueling widespread pessimism about President Bush’s handling of the economy. According to recent Associated Press polls, only 28 percent of voters think the country is heading in the right direction. An August Harris poll showed that 58 percent of respondents believe Bush is doing an “only fair or poor” job as president, while several new polls at press time recorded his approval at barely 40 percent -- the lowest in his presidency. And there’s blame to spare: Only 37 percent of the public approves of the way the Republican-controlled Congress is doing its job, the worst grade for lawmakers in eight years.

But optimism alone won’t regain control of the Congress or the majority of state legislatures in 2006. It won’t elect a progressive president in 2008. And it won’t reverse decades of conservative ascent. [...]

Americans are tired of voting against someone. They are seeking candidates who are willing to stand up for something. If progressives want to win elections, they need to recruit leaders who will speak clearly to people’s real needs and problems.

That’s the challenge my organization and others with similar vision have set out to address. In 2004, Progressive Majority launched the only exclusive, comprehensive program to recruit and train a “farm team” of progressive candidates to run for state and local office. We piloted the program in Washington state, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania in 2004, running 100 candidates -- and winning 41 of our races. Notably, of the 59 candidates who lost, 33 continue in the program and are running again. Even when we lose, we grow. [...] Read the whole article at the American Prospect Online: //tinyurl.com/c8gl5


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