Saturday, September 06, 2008

I'm Running For President ... Sort Of

After watching the two national political party conventions, many of you may be thinking..."I could do that!" Thanks to a tip from a friend, I have discovered how easy it is to launch an internet campaign for the highest office in the land.

If you would like to see a Buy-American, green energy lovin' webgoddess in the White House, join me!

America Needs a Change

Here is a summary of my qualifications:

  • Attended colleges (technically, still attending one!)
  • Mother of three boys
  • Working knowledge of English
  • Have a website AND a blog

    Let's work together to CHANGE AMERICA. (Campaign motto: "What we change is less important than the fact that we changed.")

    Stephanie, Webmaster

    Anonymous said...

    Would love to be featured in made in America. I'm not sure how though. Every thing on our website is 100% hand made in USA. thanks

    ps It sounds like you would make a great president ... :)

    Henry said...

    You have more qualifications than our current president. I say run in 2012 if we still have a country left.

    I have been buying American since 1992 (although I do have a British car). Can I be your trade secretary?

    Anonymous said...

    Stephanie - You would make an excellent president. Like the executives who are devestating families and communities by outsourcing jobs in search of an incremental increase in next quarter's profit, the current administration (or the preceeding one, for that matter) does not understand the long term ramifications of selling off/giving away the economy piece by piece. Will there be ANYTHING left for the next generation?

    Anonymous said...

    I recently purchased saylor-beall air compressor made in St.Johns mi.
    I remember the days when products did not have made in U.S.A. stickers because they just we're made here.We have a ford dealer here who has a sign on his building what you drive drives America but look at the ford fusion 100? made in mexico.For that matter there is no such thing as any vehicle 100? made in U.S.A.