Printing Is His Platform --DeWese
2) Governments, like print salespeople, must sell solutions to human problems. This requires the aforementioned listening, observation, analysis, creativity and consultation with others.
3) When a solution is proposed, the salesperson, or President, if it were I, must ask for the order and shut up. Always ask for the order. The buyer will either say yes or give you some objections. You should cherish objections because they give you the opportunity to listen, observe, analyze, consult and create better solutions.
4) If I'm elected, I will continue my practice of recognizing and respecting everyone. Great Presidents and every salesperson knows that he/she must be outwardly focused. I think most of our politicians are just a wee bit egocentric. We all know that self-centered people fail as print salespeople. The same goes for U.S. Presidents.
5) I believe in supply side economics. It's the basis for the free enterprise system. It creates jobs and generates tax revenues. I will figure out a better taxation system once I'm elected. Of course, then I'd have to sell it first to the people and then, ugh, to Congress. I'd beg fellow Americans to spend a few extra bucks to buy American-made products because there is no stronger force in the world than a bunch of united Americans.
6) I'm taking no money from any "special interests" or PACs or anyone else who wants something from the President. Okay, with no money, my ratings are down to 1 percent of the vote and my chances are slimmer than Ralph Nader's. Maybe some of you will print up some posters and buttons that say something like, "The Mañana Way is My Way." Wait? Does that qualify as a one-liner?
7) I ask for some free printing and all of you are closing this magazine and saying, "I'm not supporting the Mañana Man with his sordid past." Well, if you feel that way, why don't you just get out there and sell something!