KOMMONSENTSJANE – AMERICAN PEOPLE GET THE SHAFT – 2

December 16, 2015

Thanks to Josh for the update on our young people.

The Will County News
Here Are the Issues That Will Win the Hearts of College Kids in 2016

December 15, 2015

2016 Election

Josh Siegel / @SiegelScribe / March 05, 2015

http://dailysignal.com/2015/03/05/issues-will-win-hearts-college-kids-2016/

Zachary Burns, 19, wants the freedom to innovate.

zach

(Photo/Editing: Kelsey Harris)

Zachary Burns, a baby faced redhead, has only been on this earth 19 years, yet he knows enough to want to go back to the good old days in America.

“I read in history textbooks that America was once expanding and booming,” said Burns, whose dress shirt and tie clashes with his American flag patterned pants. “Now all I see is gridlock.”

Burns, a student at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, was part of a predominantly college-aged crowd who recently attended the largest conservative conference of the year, eager to have a say in the political process.

In a totally unscientific method, The Daily Signal interviewed multiple college students at the Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, outside Washington D.C. to find out what issues they care about going into the 2016 presidential race.

The consensus? On the surface, it seems that few of the interviewees want the same things.

Some of the young people, the job seekers, simply want employment when they graduate college, and they hope their (often expensive) education provides them the tools to be competitive. Others, the innovators, crave an economy free of regulations so they can pursue their dreams unimpeded.

And still others, the world-weary, just hope to be safe, to feel protected and to see their country use its power to overcome threats.

But though the college students see the world differently, they really want the same thing.

They want a leader who can carry out their vision for America, and they came here to find that person.

Create and Innovate

Burns is clear about what he would like in an ideal world.

“I like free enterprise,” said Burns, listing Donald Trump and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as potential Republican presidential candidates who impressed him at CPAC.

“I like innovation. I like straight-forward, to-the-point guys. I don’t care about age. I just want someone who can get the job done.”

“I just want someone who can get the job done,” says Zachary Burns, 19.

Mike Battey, a 21-year-old conference attendee, argues that Republicans should avoid talking about things that “don’t necessarily matter.”

Mike Battey, 21, cares most about ending the Federal Reserve. (Photo: Kelsey Harris)

mike

Namely, Battey says, that means leaving alone the sensitive issue of same-sex marriage.

“Government should be out of marriage because it’s not a legislative function of government,” Battey said. “Whoever someone else decides to marry doesn’t impact my life.”

Concerns: Home and Abroad:

Briana Jamshid, a 20-year-old student at West Chester University of Pennsylvania, is ready to fight for what she believes America’s role in the world should be.

Briana Jamshid, 20, pushes for smart foreign policy. (Photo: Kelsey Harris)

Briana

Jamshid is enlisted in the Army National Guard. She’s honored to serve her country, but she hopes to do so in the right places.

“ISIS needs to be eliminated,” says Jamshid, who claims to be open-minded about which politician she would support in that mission. “We definitely should be boots on the ground in Iraq and Syria. But we should stay out of the Ukraine conflict.”

Aaron Hass, a 22-year-old student at State University of New York at Oneonta, is similarly concerned about the Middle East.

Aaron Hass, 22, worries most about the future of the Middle East. (Photo: Kelsey Harris)

Aaron

“The Middle East is vital to our trade,” says Hass, who is a fan of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. “It is vital to defend the nation of Israel. They are a minority in the world and they need to know they have a friend. America is the big dog in the world. If you pet the big dog it will be your friend. If not, it will bite.”

Before Audrey Rusnak, 21, can fret about taking on the world, she has a more top-of-mind concern.

“College is too expensive,” says Rusnak, who admirers Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s rags-to-riches story. “I just hope it pays off in landing me a job.”

Audrey Rusnak, 21, just wants a quality job. (Photo: Kelsey Harris)

audrey

 

 

October 21 , 2015

The following post was published on October 21, 2013, as shown.  Following this post is another article about young people and what they expect when they graduate from college. If they vote in 2016 as they did in the last two presidential elections, they will continue getting the shaft as they are now getting since Obama was elected.

These young people were  promised “hope and change” by Obama; but, they didn’t vet Obama – only took him at his word and have since found out his word is not worth two cents.  Since the young people voted him into office and are the ones that created the havoc that all of us are experiencing; now, they must gather all of their chickens for the 2016 election and see if we can’t get these Muslim Communist Democrats out of office and try to put the pieces of America back together.

kommonsentsjane

 

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March 6, 2015 – First Copy – Revised

It seems from the following article, “Here are the Issues That Will win the Hearts of College Kids in 2016,”  the young people have answered my blog of October 21, 2013.  No one has to win your hearts, it is up to you all to put together what was created by this monster, Obama.  So Zachary, Omid, and Mike, you all need to get to work to convince your friends that in order to have the things you all are talking about, it ain’t gonna happen with these Muslim Communist Democrats.  You can bet your life on it!

kommonsentsjane

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Here are the Issues That Will Win the Hearts of College Kids in 2016  – now revised.

College Students 2016 - 1

Zachary Burns, 19, wants the freedom to innovate.

Zachary Burns, a baby-faced redhead, has only been on this earth 19 years, yet he knows enough to want to go back to the good old days in America.

“I read in history textbooks that America was once expanding and booming,” said Burns, whose dress shirt and tie clashes with his American flag patterned pants. “Now all I see is gridlock.”
Burns, a student at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, was part of a predominantly college-aged crowd who recently attended the largest conservative conference of the year, eager to have a say in the political process.

In a totally unscientific method, The Daily Signal interviewed multiple college students at the Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, outside Washington D.C. to find out what issues they care about going into the 2016 presidential race.

Don’t have time to read the Washington Post or New York Times?
Then get The Morning Bell, an early morning edition of the day’s most important political news, conservative commentary and original reporting from a team committed to following the truth no matter where it leads.

The consensus? On the surface, it seems that few of the interviewees want the same things.

Some of the young people, the job seekers, simply want employment when they graduate college, and they hope their (often expensive) education provides them the tools to be competitive. Others, the innovators, crave an economy free of regulations so they can pursue their dreams unimpeded.

And still others, the world-weary, just hope to be safe, to feel protected and to see their country use its power to overcome threats.

But though the college students see the world differently, they really want the same thing.

They want a leader who can carry out their vision for America, and they came here to find that person.

Create and Innovate

Burns is clear about what he would like in an ideal world.

“I like free enterprise,” said Burns, listing Donald Trump and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as potential Republican presidential candidates who impressed him at CPAC.

“I like innovation. I like straight-forward, to-the-point guys. I don’t care about age. I just want someone who can get the job done.”

“I just want someone who can get the job done,” says Zachary Burns, 19.

Mike Battey, 21, cares most about ending the Federal Reserve. (Photo: Kelsey Harris)

College students 2016 - 3

 

Namely, the friends say, that means leaving alone the sensitive issue of same-sex marriage.

“The issue of same-sex marriage is not the most important thing in the universe.”  “The economy is so screwed up, people should be paying attention to that.”

Adds Battey: “Government should be out of marriage because it’s not a legislative function of government. Whoever someone else decides to marry doesn’t impact my life.”

Concerns: Home and Abroad:

Briana Jamshid, a 20-year-old student at West Chester University of Pennsylvania, is ready to fight for what she believes America’s role in the world should be.
Briana Jamshid, 20, pushes for smart foreign policy.

Briana Jamshid, 20, pushes for smart foreign policy.

Jamshid is enlisted in the Army National Guard. She’s honored to serve her country, but she hopes to do so in the right places.

“ISIS needs to be eliminated,” says Jamshid, who claims to be open-minded about which politician she would support in that mission. “We definitely should be boots on the ground in Iraq and Syria. But we should stay out of the Ukraine conflict.”

Aaron Hass, a 22-year-old student at State University of New York at Oneonta, is similarly concerned about the Middle East.
Aaron Hass, 22, worries most about the future of the Middle East.

“The Middle East is vital to our trade,” says Hass, who is a fan of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. “It is vital to defend the nation of Israel. They are a minority in the world and they need to know they have a friend. America is the big dog in the world. If you pet the big dog it will be your friend. If not, it will bite.”

Before Audrey Rusnak, 21, can fret about taking on the world, she has a more top-of-mind concern.

“College is too expensive,” says Rusnak, who admirers Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s rags-to-riches story. “I just hope it pays off in landing me a job.”Audrey Rusnak, 21, just wants a quality job.   (Audrey has to understand as far as the colleges are concerned the sky is the limit and the government is the bank for the loan and they will pay what the colleges call for – it is a racket.  The colleges are scamming the public.  They have so many endowments that the money they are making off college loans is their pocket change.)

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AMERICAN PEOPLE GET THE SHAFT!

Posted on October 21 2013

Have the young people been able to sort the good from the bad or to admit they made a mistake in voting for Obama? They did not realize when electing him as the leader of this country that he was going to put a $17 trillion debt on their backs and no jobs when they graduate. Oh, yes, they are probably on government assistance; but, you can’t make any money when the government has a rope around your neck. Now with Obamacare do they realize again that he is making them responsible for the health care costs of this country by slapping them with a mandatory policy or a fine which increases each year and on top of that a deductible that is extreme in anyone’s eyes before you receive any help with your insurance even after you pay high dollars for the policy itself. As the country western song goes, “Obama gets the gold and the American people get the shaft.” I would love to hear from some of the young people and see how they feel today about all of that “Hope and Change!”

kommonsentsjane

You  must convince all of your friends that we must all pull together to change our direction.  All of the things that you all want is not going to happen under the Democratic Party as you can well see – nothing but tax and spend!

kommonsentsjane

 

 

 

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