Discount 25% Code PD29J Romancing the Voters by Fred Schnaubelt
You can depend on this brief Handbook, when you need to be quickly conversant on issues you do not have time to research and you want more political power. Political Cross Dressing is the art of using your adversary’s own talking points against him or her. It is vitally important to learn both sides of various issues to avoid being blind-sided. We all hold contradictory beliefs – we understand the meaning of words differently. You can use this to your advantage. Politics and elections today are about who gets nearly $4 trillion of government spending (2013) and who pays for it. This Handbook is a compilation of some of the most persuasive responses taken from over 500 books about numerous political issues. Those issues that resurface year after year in the press and in friendly discussions. The best part: You do not have to buy all 500 books to get the most cogent nuggets.
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Test Your Political IQ
(25 Questions – 4 Points Each Answer – Yes or no)
Do You Know?
No President since 1904 has received a majority vote from the Voter Eligible Population (aka Registered Voters)?
When Bill Gates walks into McDonalds, according to “the rich get richer” media everyone present is instantly a billionaire?
Gridlock is highly prized and a fundamental basis for the Constitution?
Why liberals and conservatives think differently?
Newspapers don’t print the truth, they print what people say? (So says an L.A. Times Reporter)
Do you know why government employees do not pay any income taxes?
Government Waste and Fraud will never go away because the money spent is lots of voters’ and contributors’ income?
A 2003 study by Scotland Yard reported eight times as many murders by knives as by guns in England?
You’re 11-times more likely to be shot accidentally by a policeman than an armed citizen.
Many of the reports of “children” killed by guns are due to juvenile gang members killing other juvenile gang members.
The Death Penalty is an absolute deterrent to murder?
Why TEA PARTY members are so hated?
Most taxpayers do not “ask” for government services for which they are unwilling to be taxed? (Who does?)
Why everyone in Zimbabwe is a billionaire?
Why America is Rich?
The top 3% of income tax filers pay more than the other 97%?
That there are 6 measures of unemployment, U-1 to U-6, and why U-3 is used? Less than 5% of the workforce is paid the minimum wage and only 1% received it for more than a year? Why when you retire the government won’t pay your social security benefits in one lump sum?
One result of raising the “learning wage” (minimum wage) – is millions of idle, restless teens have lots of time for mischief.
The price of gasoline “adjusted for inflation in 1918” was $3.84 per gallon; In 2012, it was 15 cents less than in 1918?
Why the Democrat Party has been the “party of the rich” for decades?
Why “Bread and Circuses” ended in ancient Rome as a way to distract the public from the mess politicians make?
How oil speculation benefits you and society as a whole?
Martin Luther King was a Republican and Why?
EXTRA CREDIT: How the rules determine the outcome of any game or election?
Hint: In basketball make everyone play in high heels.
About the Author
Hi, I’m Fred,
At my age, I’m thinking ahead and want to go peacefully in my sleep like my grandfather and not screaming like the passengers in his car.
I was born in San Diego and for 50 years (since age 21) struggled to find the best answers to recurring political issues.
So, I’m sharing, while still able, these political nuggets gleaned from researching over 500 books on the most persuasive responses to political issues that never seem to go away.
I would have loved to have a short reference guide like this when I was on the San Diego City Council to respond quickly to these issues when they repeatedly pop up every couple of years; some of which I never heard of before being elected.
I grew up in Casa de Oro (East San Diego County). My family moved and I graduated from Pt. Loma High in 1958. I joined a family cleaning business and in 1968 became a commercial real estate broker. I got ticked off at the government, ran and was elected to the San Diego City Council in 1977 where I served only one term as promised. I have two adult children and have been married 3 times, most recently in 1987 in Moscow, Russia (USSR) to Dr. Irina Antonova.
I need your help in forwarding your comments about the book to your friends or putting them on Facebook in order to reach politicians, Tea Party members and political junkies across the country (and BTW reach my publisher’s goal of 10,000 sales). Please note these issues are intended to be the more controversial ones and this Handbook is for providing you with more than “Bumper Sticker” responses to important topics of the day. (Look for 15 more issues in 2014).