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Political Secrets III: Horse-Trading with Presidential Candidates PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 07 July 2007 13:10

Making It in the USA

Using votes to horse-trade with presidential candidates is legal so long as it is NOT for personal gains. That was how American Forefathers have intended for our elections to achieve -- give the "little people" the power of the ballot box to induce politicians to do the right things for them.

Why do Asian Americans (AsAms) have to swing a trade?
That is why 80-20 PAC organizes a bloc vote -- our community's asset for a political trade.

How does one make a trade?
The 80-20 sends questionnaires to presidential candidates. If they reply in WRITING with iron-clad promises to improve the lot for Asian Ams, then the 80-20 will help them. A deal is made.

What a great trade the 80-20 is making for you:

See below how relevant and powerful the 80-20's questions are to YOUR welfare. For the entire questionnaire of six questions and its cover letter, visit .

Question 3: Two years after you have issued a directive to the Labor Secretary to enforcement Exec. Order 11246 for Asian Ams, will you meet with a group of Asian-Pacific American leaders, put together jointly by the 80-20 and the Labor Department, to review the progress in extending equal opportunity to Asian-Pacific Americans? [This will increase AsAm managers by about 10% or 15,000 per year for 10 years.] Please answer Yes or No.

Question 4: If elected, will you within your first term of office increase the nomination of qualified Asian Americans to serve as Article III life-tenured federal judges, such that the number of such Asian-American judges is proportionate to HALF the number of Asian Americans in the United States (2%)? [This'll roughly triple the number of AsAm Federal judges in 4 yrs.] Please answer yes or NO.

Presidential candidates Joe Biden and Chris Dodd, both chairmen of powerful Senate committees, have each replied with the iron-clad promise of 6 Yeses! For their signed answers, visit .

Do NOT help any other presidential candidate until they've also given the 80-20 their iron-clad promises. With YOUR HELP, the 80-20 is confident to get iron-clad answers from most major presidential candidates. We'll help those who share our concerns win, and make sure that others lose. The end result? Our next president will be one of the candidates who have or will have given the 80-20 the iron-clad promise to treat AsAms as equal citizens.

If you know of friends helping OTHER presidential candidates, ask them if they have gotten similar iron-clad WRITTEN promises from those other candidates. If not, ask them "Why not?" Ask them not to sabotage our shared dream to win equal opportunity and justice through the 2008 election! History will judge!

Forward this SECRET to your friends! The 80-20 empowers YOU. Do you know of other organizations that empower you as much? Thanks. ###

Editor's Notes: S. B. Woo, Ph.D., is a former Lieutenant Governor of Delaware. He is now the president of the 80-20 Educational Foundation. If readers have a suggestion for the 80-20's next questionnaire they may send their views by going to this link .

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