Leader ship we can afford?
The binding factors of how we perceive leadership is based on telling the truth. You’re not a leader because you have the most money. The qualities of leadership aren’t about the symbolism of finances. The art of leading, understands the pain of those who follow. A leader would never make his followers less important with a myth of a land of promise. A promise of milk and honey for those who can afford it with the symbol of finances can't be a craft on leadership. A promise that creates a culture of those who have with others looking and lurking down on the have knots.
Leadership is about telling the truth.
America is moving forward with solid leadership, and profound policies that has this country on the right track. Since the art of being a leader comes from the ground up and those who follow your leadership – wants to know if you have been through the same struggles they have.
When you’re a leader, those that follow you should understand that you’re message. A strong leader has a message that everyone can appeal to even though you’re path in life wasn’t the same path.
I look for leaders to lead in a way that adds a staple to the pathways, and not make-up in the crossways. Being a Leader, means you can understand the pathways and lives of those who chose to follow you. And fight hard, for those who don’t follow you. As a heart of the lion is tamed by the passion of the tiger. Being an effective leader among men, and women means your word is the truth.
People look for leaders they can see themselves at the local bar, pool hall, swimming pool, church and any public functions and not feel like they’re excluded from who they are or what they believe. And not have their problems a social benefactor on table at a political function. Like the single parent, who works two low-wage jobs and is at the boarders of the middle class and poverty line. Parents who work hard don’t look for a handout, or this sympathy pleads because they’re not accustomed to a standard of living. And ask for public services to provide simple things like, affordable childcare – affordable health care, and affordable education for their young adults. They’ve earned those investments, redistributed from a collective pool of earned income, where everyone has a fare share—plus everyone plays by the same rules.
From the Majority Report-- In an interview today, Mitt Romney said he "just doesn't care about very poor people."
A set of rule that allows those who aspire to make it – receive the same chances of those who are already there. A set of rules that expand the dream for arts and cultures!
We have a problem, when leaders say things they don’t really mean. As one of our leaders is trying to disable media arts like PBS. It maybe small to you, or me but programs on PBS effect the GDP of the American Economy, like the small mom and pop store that purchase items from PBS – well without PBS’ popular show, that small store won’t be able to sell Big Bird dolls, and toys. Why, people won’t be able to see them on public broadcast because our leaders think we are borrowing money from China to pay for arts that teach our children. Programs that have that staple of made in America. And who does Presidential candidate for the Republican Party Mitt Romney wants to replace that program with: A Pokémon. A Cartoon that was made by artist overseas. He wants to fire an American pop-culture in Big Bird, to hire an outsourced Pokémon. Now this maybe funny and satire, but its dead serious to how we govern a large body. Small businesses, small arts are the back bone of the American Dream. A program like PBS and big bird are vital to the growth of movie makers, artist, and those who are among the 98%.
Omar Dyer is an independent columnist for his very own independent news organization, and political action committee called: Coaches! 10 (PAC) which is a committee in support of President Barack Obama. Omar Dyer doesn’t share the views of Newsvine, and subordinate media outlets. Omar Dyer also known as TheFanNJ – is looking for a nomination with a Pulitzer Prize on social media news. His infamous run with Occupy Wall Street made him the self-proclaimed political activist of the year.