01.17.10

U.S. Politicians: Stereotyping, Dehumanizing

Posted in Politics, Vote Out The Bums at 7:04 pm by Administrator

The Dehumanizing of the American Peoples

Stereotyping functions as a myth. Stereotyping myths attempt to explain certain behaviors and categorize large groups of peoples. Stereotypes can be constructive (profiling at airports) or harmful, but they are forever dehumanizing. Stereotypes condense whole groups of people into a single, generally imprecise, characterization.

Corrupt politicians are dehumanizing everyone living in the United States. Today they are stereotyping all people as disadvantaged and craving health insurance. Tomorrow they will stereotype them as energy hungry, wasteful humans. These corrupt politicians are dehumanizing voters and non-voters for their own and party benefit. Corrupt politicians go well with the list below.

Anti-immigrant rage Dehumanizes the undocumented. Hamas Dehumanizes the Palestinians. Abortions Dehumanizes health care professionals. Airport security is a big government Dehumanizing bureaucracy. Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen accused B.H. Obama of condoning a man who “Dehumanizes” homosexuals. Warehousing Dehumanizes our seniors. War Dehumanizes everyone.

Get the picture. Corrupt politicians are Dehumanizing all of us, especially today with their outrageous 2000 plus page health care scheme.

Dehumanizing stereotypes contribute to political prejudices and biases. Today’s politicians are condoning stereotypes. They are responsible for the dehumanizing of the American peoples.

The stereotype that all American people need health care insurance is not true. Does anyone really think that the homeless and gang members want health care insurance? Obviously, the Amish and similar religious groups don’t. They have opted out of any nationalized health care plan BEFORE it has begun.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/01/16/health-care-mandate-applies-amish/

The false stereotype that everyone needs health care insurance will continue the collapse of the American Dream and economic opportunity for all.

Some will say this article is stereotyping. Calling all incumbent politicians ‘Bums’ is stereotyping. All politicians are ‘Bums’ based on their various levels of corruption. A newly elected politician may be only 15% corrupt. Politicians like Polesi, Reid, Frank and their willing accomplice B.H. Obama are closer to 100% corrupt.

The point is the longer politicians are in office, the more corrupt politicians become. Deception, perception and stereotyping are the way they play the game. They pretend to stand by their voters by throwing economic crumbs back to their states. That perception covers up their party’s ideological goals. In reality, they are political whores for a grand scheme of ideas to bring stereotypical Americans to their economic knees. The scheme is working because voters reelect incumbents.

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Epilogue: Corrupt politicians are living a myth.

“Though he (corrupt politicians, my take) heap up silver like dust and store away mounds of clothing, what he has stored the just man shall wear, and the innocent shall divide the silver.” Job 27: 16, 17

01.14.10

If I were President….Education

Posted in If I were President...., Politics, Vote Out The Bums at 5:26 pm by Administrator

If I were President of the United States, I would require all colleges and universities to participate in pro-bono education. Tenured professors toy with adoring students and have their teaching assistants do all the work. The time has come for higher education to join the pro-bono ranks of lawyers and medical professionals.

Colleges and universities have always enjoyed pampered economic status. “College tuition and fees in the United States experienced an average annual inflation rate of 8.7% over the past 20 years, according to Department of Labor statistics. That’s 3.8 percent more than the average annual inflation rate of 4.9% during that same period.”
http://www.fincalc.com/art_27.asp?id=14142

The American Bar Association’s ethical rules recommend that lawyers provide a minimum of 50 hours of pro bono legal work per year. Many believe that legal pro bono work is essential to ensure judicial access to everyone.

Medical professionals within the hospital setting have the obligation of stabilizing every emergency patient regardless of pocket book or citizenship status. Many of these patients are written off the books as pro bono. Many believe that pro bono work should apply to all physicians. This would ensure medical access to everyone. Especially, since ObamaCare will not cover everyone.

The same philosophy of legal and medical access for all must apply to education. Higher education is not financially accessible to everyone today. Higher education is relatively more expensive than legal or medical costs.

My educational pro-bono plan would be implemented within three years. My enforcement would be federal funding for educational institutions. Simply stated, follow my pro bono plan or no federal funding period (as in Pell grants and federally insured loans).

The first year would require colleges and universities to design and implement a test group of 20 students. They would have redesigned a ‘new’ bachelors’ degree based on 2 and a half years of classes, most being upper division work.

Traditional degree plans are full of electives and basic courses with the theory of making student well rounded individuals. My plan targets students’ specific degree needs not fluff. A bachelor’s degree in psychology or math or whatever, without the electives and some of the basic undergraduate busy work would be the new streamlined degree. The traditional bachelors of Science or Arts would still be available for students that want the traditional college experience. The bachelors of ‘whatever’ would be the slimmed down, specialist degree.

In between the first and second year, I would involve best practices to review and select promising designs.

During the second year, Colleges and universities would implement the best-designed plans to larger test groups. They would continue with their original sample group with modifications as necessary.

The third year would be open enrollment for the first 1000 economically challenged students per school. The overflow for any particular school would be distributed throughout all the schools. Once all the school had their 1000 students, a waiting list would be created.

These pro bono students would have the option of attending school through distance learning situations or physically attending class as traditional students. New electronic books, such as the ‘kindle’, enable distance learning anywhere.

The goal of a more educated population is two fold. The first is physical. People wanting more than the bottom level of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs will have that opportunity through educational advancement.

Secondly, a more educated public will demand more common sense from their elected officials. Corrupt politicians fear educated citizens.

Short of me becoming President of the United States, voters need an alternative strategy.

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