Sunday, March 2, 2008

Who are "Average Americans"?

Probably the best way to define what I mean by "Average Americans" is to say "if you get up every day and go to work so you can feed, clothe, and shelter yourself and your family, if you have one, then you qualify."

If you are 3rd generation welfare and have no inclination to change, you will not want to be part of The Average American Party. If you expect the government to take care of your every need without any effort on your part--ditto. If you are an illegal alien who wants the U.S. to pay for your kids health care and send them to college free--scram!!

If you are the CEO of a huge company that sends our best paying jobs to other countries, you will not like my plans for you---don't join. If you are ridiculously rich and yet pay next to nothing in taxes---KEEP OUT!!

If you don't fit into the above listed categories (last 2 paragraphs), please read my other posts, especially the introduction, and see if maybe some of my ideas actually make sense.

7 comments:

*the kangaroo said...

Thank you for the comment, yeah its rough getting that first one, thanks!

Law and Order Teacher said...

Thanks for the visit and the link! I enjoyed my tour of your site. I'll link you and make your site a daily visit. Thanks again.

Average American said...

Kangaroo and Law and Order Teacher:
Thank you for visiting. If you agree with the gist of what I'm saying, please spread the word.

The Griper said...

welcome to the world of ideas, as i call it.

i will be back just to watch how you intend on putting this party together enough to be viable in politics. and don't be surprised to hear my voice whether in opposition or in favor of what you feel this party has to offer the avery joe.

good luck!

The Griper said...

avery=average

The Griper said...

ohh btw, here is a link that might give you some ideas too. its a different idea but the organization of it might give you some ideas.

http://www.freestateproject.org/

Average American said...

Griper:
Thanks for dropping by. I've heard of the free state project. Actually, I live here in New Hampshire. I find them to be a bit radical, but that does not mean that I don't agree with some of their thoughts.