guest post: Sec'y of Innovation: Encouraging free expression and jobs creation

guest post: Sec'y of Innovation: Encouraging free expression and jobs creation

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I think these ideas from the Secretary of Innovation are worth a serious look. We should work together encouraging free expression and jobs creation. The written dedication to our military servicemembers and vets is a big deal for me. Please think about checking 'em out.

The Freedom of Expression Party (FEP) is a recognition of the right of free speech. People and organizations are invited to nonviolently express their heartfelt beliefs and opinions. America has many tough choices to make. It's time for "adults" to step up and move things towards the center. The Secretary of Innovation (SoI) believes that the center is where America's heart and soul resides.

"The idea for a Freedom of Expression Party comes from my hope that people want a happy and sustainable middle-ground, not the continuing polarization between political parties. A collective effort can be a realistic answer to the current great political divide. Perhaps I am the penultimate dreamer and optimist, but I think Americans have an obligation to work together." –Claude DiDomenica, April 30, 2010

For more information: http://secretaryofinnovation.com/fep/

Project Lemonade: Many folks on the left support the idea of sustainability. Many folks on the right favor private enterprise to solve problems (as opposed to more government programs). I propose that the left and right put their money where their mouths are… I came up with the idea of a major jobs creation proposal that combines all political interests. The idea is quite simple: Folks from all backgrounds can work together to create a modern sustainable America. A joint effort can produce millions of jobs via small business start-ups.

"My co-founder Bessie and I have now decided to dedicate the project [Project Lemonade] to our military servicemembers. The women and men of the armed forces continue to defend our liberty as they serve in conflicts around the world. And let us never forget our veterans either… It makes no sense for us to ask our troops to defend us when we refuse to work together as a nation to solve our domestic problems… What are our soldiers fighting for if we here at home, can not take a time out and solve the horrible lack of jobs?" –Claude DiDomenica, May 11, 2010

For more information: http://secretaryofinnovation.com/lemonade/

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