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IRS Form Rejected!

The IRS has returned the Tax Return to a man in Kansas City after he apparently answered one of the questions incorrectly. In response to the question “Do you have any dependents?” the man wrote…

“7.1 million illegal immigrants, 1.1 million crack-heads, 4.4 million unemployable scroungers, 80,000 criminals in more than 85 prisons, plus 450 idiots in Congress and a group that call themselves ‘Politicians.'”

The IRS stated that the response he gave was unacceptable.

The man’s response back to the IRS was….”Who did I leave out?”

Break the Gridlock

For years the term “gridlock” has been applied to Congress and our government.

The Republican party has railed against “gridlock” for the last twenty years. They said, “If you just get us the House and Senate, we can finally do the work our country needs.” When we did that, nothing happened. Then they said, “Now just give us the Presidency, and we can finally do the work our country needs.”

Now that the Republicans have the House, the Senate and the Presidency, gridlock remains. Common sense policies remain on the back burner, replaced by “caution,” inaction, bickering with each other and the other side, and political correctness.

Our feeling is that the leadership in Congress is fine with gridlock. They like having talking points they can use to raise money for their reelection campaigns.

We finally have a President who is willing to take action to turn our country back to prosperity and safety, but he doesn’t have the support he needs from his own party.

We need a new wave of Conservative candidates who can wash out the RINOs and challenge the Democrat/Progressives in all levels of public service.

But who will run?

It used to be the only people who could run for office were either captives of one of the two parties – dependant on their support, or so wealthy they could start up their own campaigns. With the new technologies of social media, crowdfunding and graphics/video production, running a successful campaign is now an option for exceptional Americans who aren’t rich.

Red America Consulting is a group of political experts who know the new ways to run a campaign that don’t require hundreds of thousands of dollars to get started.

We know how to build award-winning websites that generate action and involvement, how to use the latest fundraising platforms to support campaigns, and how to make social media multiply your message. We can help organize everything, from grassroots supporters, to local staff and campaign accounting.

But most importantly we guide the strategy of the campaign, from developing a winning campaign message to speech writing, public relations to debate preparation. The best organization in the world won’t win an election unless there’s a well-delivered message that inspires and energizes the voters.

We’ll even work with candidates AFTER they win to help them focus on their new job, instead of the tedium of never-ending campaigning.

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Obamacare

Obamacare is one of the biggest political issues you’ll be confronted with during your campaign. You’ll need to decide your overall position and then navigate the changing issues as Republicans in the House and Senate deal with different bills to repeal it.

This is a hot button issue for most Americans and needs to be handled very carefully. There is a lot of misinformation and opposition talking points that will need a studied response.

The challenge is to keep your cool. Your opponents will be very worked up about it. If you remain calm and have clear responses that clarify you and their positions, you’ll be seen as much more professional and worthy of holding the office you’re running for.

We will help you work through all the issues of Obamacare and keep you informed of the changing landscape on a daily basis so you’ll be prepared for any questions from the media, from voters and in debates.