Harris Saves the USA? —DeWese
And, I will continue to lob grenades at salespeople who won’t work and who don’t try to improve their selling skills. Omigosh, I can’t say that. I can’t say “lob grenades.” I know. I will say, “I will continue to urge under-performing print salespeople to either straighten up or seek employment in some other industry. The printing industry doesn’t have money to waste on salespeople who sit at their desks playing solitaire on their PCs.
I’m feeling younger and energized already. Being on all these missions must be good for my health. The symptoms I had for the plague have vanished completely.
Naturally, I will continue to bombard owners who are greedy and incompetent. Oh goodness! I can’t say I’m going to “bombard” the owners who are self-centered louts. I have to say, “I will convince owners that owning a printing company does inalienably endow you with the ability to manage your companies.”
Of course, I will strive to eliminate the awful Designated Hitter rule in the American League. I won’t belabor all the reasons why this rule has to go.
Next, I am going to lobby hard for term limits in Congress. One six-year term is enough, and then we won’t have 535 elected officials voting and working simply to be re-elected.
I’m going to persuade Congress to limit campaign spending to $5 million per candidate, and it ALL has to be spent on printing. No television. None of us watch or believe the TV campaign ads any way. Printed brochures that must include the candidates’ platforms will force them to actually think about the issues and put their plans in writing. And, our industry gets all that campaign spending.
I almost forgot tax reform. I’m going to become a one-man band for the flat tax, for stem cell research, for tripling the research money for cancer and AIDS, and probably a bunch of other vicious illnesses.