When you are flowing with the flow, chances are you are plugged in. In today’s society being plugged in has to do with the electronic revolution, or in other words—social media. Never before have the people had such a handle on of what is, what can be, what should be, what must be and what will be in American politics as “we the people” embark on the 2016 presidential election. It is the process of political campaigns that we are able to weed out and allow to grow in the best for our economy as our economic success or failure dictates the life that each and every American will live year after year. We need to revise honesty and integrity in America for they are the true roots from which we all can grow, obtain and maintain.
“We the people” who make for public opinion and scrutiny, are justified when we ask questions or call out situations that are unclear or ambiguous to our thinking or beliefs as American citizens living in a democratic society. In a recent article entitled, “How being a senator helped Marco Rubio avoid Jeb Bush’s mistakes” by Jon Ward (Yahoo Politics) revealing information was given as to how calculating presidential candidates for president of the United States can be when they serve or have once served as members of the U.S. Senate. Maybe this is specific to only one candidate, but when you read the above referenced article you would not want to leave anything to chance.
We need “lively stones” manifested in America. Candidates from the U. S. Senate persuasion have shown to be cubic zirconia (manmade stones). This synthesized material is hard, optically flawless and usually colorless, but may be made in a variety of different colors. This is a striking resemblance to what we have recently seen and seeing trying to evolve presently among us as the goal appears for some to fake their way through. Why can’t candidates be for real so that we can see their true colors? On the other hand, governors may be seen as diamonds (natural stones) as candidates seeking the highest office in the land of president, they are diamonds in the rough in which scientific proof under time and pressure they become one of the hardest (solid) stones in the world.
In other words, a presidential candidate who has served as governor of a state is the best prerequisite for running 50 states in the United States of America, since the successful candidate has the tools to personify what he did for one, then unify and do for all, as governors respect fellow governors and have a unity unto themselves. The United States of America is the bride in this 2016 presidential election. As the bride, which stone would you prefer in your engagement ring. . . cubic zirconia or a diamond that even the banks will be willing to invest (a diamond is collateral ) just by the say so of the people and the word of the candidate. The choice lies in the people and hopefully the people that seek honesty and integrity will also have honesty and integrity inside of them. Ultimately the hope is that a sense of pride in what we have built in America will invoke a necessity for honesty and integrity in our upcoming 2016 elections at all levels of government whether federal, state or local.
The hardness of a diamond and its high dispersion of light gives the diamond its characteristic “fire” – making it useful for industrial applications and desirable as jewelry. Diamonds are such a highly traded commodity that multiple organizations have been created for grading and certifying them based on the four Cs, which are color, cut, clarity, and carat. We need a diamond at the head of our federal government because if for no other reasons than the fact that they are solid and they shine!