From the Desk of
Michael Blichasz
American Workers' Advocate
Host of the Saturday Variety Program at 11 A.M.
& American Workers Radio, 11 A.M. Wednesdays
860 AM Radio WWDB • Philadelphia, PA
Commentary from Saturday, September 17, 2016

Future Generations are Depending on Us!

For decades the American people have been distracted from the real issues that face America and its future. As the candidates for all levels of public office debate issues, it would be beneficial for them to direct more of their attention to the main issue facing America, JOBS, so that more opportunities will be provided for people to support themselves.

It is good to see Americans speaking up for more JOB opportunities and not more government handouts to compensate for the lack of jobs that build self-sufficiency.  Americans are making it known that they want elected leaders that understand the issues facing America and have plans ready to sit down with private sector businesses who have the ability to restore jobs and America’s future.

This is the first time in decades that the American people are calling upon candidates to demonstrate that they fully understand the reasons businesses left  America and what the individual candidates are proposing to change the loss of jobs outsourced around the world to avoid taxes, regulations and the cost of doing business in America.  Americans want to know that the people they elect have the ability to urge PRIVATE SECTOR BUSINESSES to restore jobs in the U.S.A. and not only talk, but have realistic plans to make the changes America needs.

It would be especially good for all candidates to take a very close look at each of the categories listed on the U.S. Debt Clock. These categories are a report card of America's economy today and a forecast of future trends. If the candidates review the U.S. Debt Clock and address the real concerns of the American people without distractions, we will all benefit. The U.S Debt Clock is posted on the front page of:

Thanks for your participation and for spreading the word to your family and friends.

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