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Hi All, I thought it would be a good time to talk about one of my passions: Racing.  What Jimmy Johnson just accomplished is astounding! He won his FIFTH! Drivers Championship IN A ROW!  Wow! What a driver and what a team! How can anyone not worry next year what he will do again in NASCAR. My racing...

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Richard Uzelac’s Take on the Election: Vote for Romney/Ryan, they understand Capitalism. Obama wants Socialism

Posted by Uzelac | Posted in Ayn Rand, China, European Union, Lynch Mob Mentality, Obama, Politics, Rich Uzelac, Richard A Uzelac, Richard Alan Uzelac, Richard Allen Uzelac, Richard Uzelac, Richard Uzelac CEO, Richard Uzelac Design, Richard Uzelac Entrepreneur, Richard Uzelac GOiMarketing, Richard Uzelac Health, Richard Uzelac LeadWolf, Richard Uzelac Love, Richard Uzelac Marketing, Richard Uzelac Marketing Optimizer, Richard Uzelac Peace, Richard Uzelac Realtor.com, Richard Uzelac RealtyTech, Richard Uzelac REZN8, Richard Uzelac SEO, Romney, Uncategorized, Uzelac | Posted on 15-10-2012

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As we wind down the election process and head down the final straight to pick our next President, I have decided to give my pick.

Romney/Ryan

Why? They understand business. They respect small business. Romney knows the only way for a Capitalist country to survive is to build up businesses so that they can hirer more people and build up their employees so that those employees can pay taxes to help fund the Federal, State, Local governments. Done, end of story.

Socialism doesn’t work. It is watered down Communism. It robs Americans of the will to work, the will to succeed, the will to truly live.  Squeezing the 50% of Americans that pay taxes for even more taxes, not only is unjust, it builds a divide, a resentment between the Earners and the Burners in America. I fear this may be a violent issue someday if we continue toward Socialism as Obama is doing.

But what about the Poor? First, there will always be Poor in any society. Stop believing that everyone is equal and that everyone is well adjusted and capable of success. It is not true. Some people wouldn’t succeed if you gave them a million dollars, a paid house, cars, education, everything! They’d still manage to mess it all up and end up back on welfare or the streets.  Does this mean us Capitalist just ignore them? No, I don’t feel that way. I help the poor and needy with charity and donations. Most well adjusted people with any kind of monetary success do the same. We are all free to do the right thing and help our fellow man.

But what about minorities? Don’t they deserve Affirmative action, Welfare, a leg up? No. In a free society all men and women have opportunity. The problem with the Welfare, Affirmative action mindset is it accomplishes the exact opposite of what it portends to do: Raise people up. These programs just continue the stereotypes and promotes the less motivated to become even less motivated at bettering themselves.

War: War is hell. We should only go to war if we are threatened by Evil. I believe we never build friendships by going to countries, taking them over and then trying to be their buddies. If a man’s father was killed in that war by the USA, that man will grow up hating the USA, no matter how many ‘good’ things we do for that country. I think we should pull out of Afghanistan and concentrate on our own country for a while.

Deficit: This is a long journey, long after Romney’s 8 years in office, the deficit will remain, but if there is reduction along the way, if it is going better for us and is being reduced, that will give Americans hope and it will be true change.

New World Order: Of course there are powerful people in the world that want the USA cut down to size, Obama included. He’d like this proud country on an even playing field with Belgium, France, Spain, and Greece. They’d like all of us workers making less with less freedoms looking up at the Federal Government for all our needs. These people of power can be stopped however, by vocal and active true Patriotic Americans willing to vote and be civilly active to preserve our great Union.

Regardless of who we elect, Americans must unite and let our elected officials know we still cherish the values and work ethic that made this country great.

 

Richard Uzelac, CEO of RealtyTech Inc, GOiMarketing Inc, Insurance Web Pros Inc.

 

Vote Everyone Out Come Fall. It’s all we can do, and we can do it America!

Posted by Uzelac | Posted in European Union, Lynch Mob Mentality, Obama, Politics, Rich Uzelac, Richard A Uzelac, Richard Alan Uzelac, Richard Allen Uzelac, Richard Uzelac CEO, Richard Uzelac GOiMarketing, Richard Uzelac Marketing, Richard Uzelac RealtyTech | Posted on 09-03-2012

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A Dear friend just sent this to me, so simple, so powerful:

Hello, this is something I have felt compelled to write for some time and so I finally did.  Please take a moment to read this message and contemplate the magnitude of the impact you can make.

 

Our political system is completely corrupt, manipulated by career politicians and special interest money.  The sole purpose of these career politicians is to keep themselves in office, while enriching their personal wealth and that of the special interests who put (and keep) them there.  As long as special interest money continues to flow through Washington, things will never change.  And as long as the foxes are guarding the hen-house, you can rest assured the inflow of money will not stop.  Every once in a while some legislation is written to give the impression that something is being done, but don’t be fooled, this is mere window dressing.  Loop-holes are always embedded within the thousands of pages of legalese to ensure that the money can legally continue to flow in.

 

We have the power and we can change this country now – simply vote every incumbent out of office this November.  There is no liberal or conservative bias here, only a non-partisan grass-roots effort to reclaim our country.  There are a number of extremely powerful men and women in Congress who control how all their less senior colleagues vote.  I’m sure that after every election there is a batch of freshman who arrive in Washington with good intentions but learn very quickly that if they oppose the power structure (those career politicians and special interests), they will be marginalized and voted out of office after their first term; and so they sell their souls to the devil in the interest of self-preservation.

 

Just imagine, with a whole new political body of equals (President, Congress, Governors, Mayors etc.), the chains will be removed and wheels will be set in motion for true change.

 

I’m begging you to please consider this simple approach to taking our country back.  There is no other way – except revolution.  How many more years of rhetoric and partisan politics do we need to go through before we realize nothing is ever going to change.  If you believe your representatives are actually interested in your best interests over theirs, you are sadly mistaken.

 

I would love nothing more than to see this email reach every inbox in America.  If you are happy with the current political system, then delete this email.  However, if you feel like I do, please take the time to forward this to everyone you know.  If we continue to be a society of complacent sheep, then we deserve exactly what we get.

 

I have included an incredibly insightful article below from 1787 that offers a sobering perspective on the state of our democracy.

 

 

 

THE FALL OF THE ATHENIAN REPUBLIC
Historic | 1787 | Alexander Tyler

At about the time our original 13 states adopted their new constitution in 1787, Alexander Tyler – a Scottish history professor at the University of Edinburgh – had this to say about “The Fall of the Athenian Republic” some 2,000 years prior:

THE FALL OF THE ATHENIAN REPUBLIC… “A democracy is always temporary in nature; it simply cannot exist as a permanent form of government. A democracy will continue to exist up until the time that voters discover that they can vote themselves generous gifts from the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates who promise the most benefits from the public treasury, with the result that every democracy will finally collapse over loose fiscal policy, (which is) always followed by a dictatorship.”

“The average age of the world’s greatest civilizations from the beginning of history, has been about 200 years. During those 200 years, these nations always progressed through the following sequence:

From bondage to spiritual faith; From spiritual faith to great courage; From courage to liberty; From liberty to abundance, From abundance to complacency; From complacency to apathy, From apathy to dependence, From dependence back into bondage.”

 

 

 

 

Posted by Richard Uzelac, American, Patriot, Christian

 

 

Joe Paterno: American Icon, American Hero, made a mistake?

Posted by Uzelac | Posted in Joe Paterno, Lynch Mob Mentality, Penn State Football, Uncategorized | Posted on 09-11-2011

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Support Joe Paterno

Note: The whole situation causes vertigo, makes one nauseous. The hurt is the bigger story, the tragedy for the families and children. This post is way way way down there in importance compared to the horror of what took place. This post only talks about an old man.
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An Ohio State Buckeye friend wrote to me today. “It’s a shame what they are doing to Joe PA.”

I agree. 84 years of integrity and people want to hang the old man.

My take:

He’s a coach. He follows the rules.

He reported it. He knew there was an ongoing investigation. He thought it was being handled, he was told it was being handled.

It’s not in that generation to second guess the line of command.

What’s he supposed to do? Become a cop? A private citizen trying to get to the ‘bottom of things’ like in a cheap movie after he told his superiors about the ex-coach Sandusky?

What about the human factor? He worked with Sandusky, built Penn State with the guy for thirty years and he hears this? Wouldn’t that shock you to the core? Wasn’t Joe in shock?

He must have heard about the prior complaints after this happened and that there was an investigation ongoing. What was he to do? Wouldn’t anyone assume the poor child was attended to?

Joe’s a coach. A single minded driven entity. Most wins in history. You don’t get that type of single minded success being the most well rounded human. He probably just turned it off after reporting it and went back to Penn State football and the next game, just like he wanted to this week.

What gets me are all the losers pointing their crooked fingers at the great man and trying to dance on his misery and burn him at the stake. I guess it takes them out of the reality of their failed lives for a while and makes them feel superior for once in their lives. Good for them. Good for the mob.

Did he make the best decision on the matter? No. He should have assumed his bosses wouldn’t call the police and that they would try to cover it up. He should have assumed gross incompetence and criminal acts from his bosses.
He should have got a Colombo coat and ‘sniffed around for clues.’ But he didn’t, he’s not perfect, who is?

Nope, he’s just an old coach that loves Penn State football and he assumed too much and put his head down and went about his business.

Richard Uzelac, Penn State 1980