Overton Window! Thoughts and Feedback from a Future Emerging Leader….by President of Somos A. Bustos on Sep. 06, 2011, under 2012 Hispanic Latino vote, Latino Republicans Vocal Against Unconstitutional laws and harm towards our economy, Secure Borders and Reasonable Immigration Solution, Tequila Party Movement
No need to harness it any more, because we can combine it with intellect as it adds a vibrant and refreshing spirit in a broken atmosphere. Our nation seems to be in a FUNK. Being optimistic is crucial when we are surrounded by bad news day in and day out. We have our good days and we have our bad days, and it is absolutely imperative to remember the good moods as we look ahead and will most assuredly experience bad days ahead.
I want to share this spirited note below because it gives me hope. Nobody is alone even though we all feel like it at times. Everyone has their own part to play, and no matter how small or great it is — it’s all part of the plan.
From a Future Latino Leader:
I read this and the more I discuss the DREAM ACT with people the more I believe in this issue. If I were to debate this with another individual my focus/theme would be that this is the most realistic plan that I know if which covers a win/win for both parties. I think the focus is to make people become more aware of what this truly does for America and the people who want to become citizens of this country. We need people to get out of the old way of thinking and realize that we are a vulnerable country at this time. We have to focus on building this country and getting us back to where we need to be. If I look at this correctly not only does the DREAM ACT address an sensible and realistic solution to some of the immigration issues that people are talking about. Then the fact that not only does it stabilize our countries economy, but it would be a boost for our country as well. Do we forget that we will soon have a baby boomers exit out of the work force and how will we replace those empty spots.
You give people the opportunity to do something the “right” way and if they are not able to then unfortunately there are consequences to not adhering to the DREAM ACT. Why or maybe I am missing, but are we not really pitching the DREAM ACT much more than attempting to obtain citizenship? Why are we not hitting up debates and asking what other solutions our friends have in order to deal with and focus on the issues that so many discuss, but then don’t have a solution to place on the table. WE have to get people to agree that the DREAM ACT is a solution and this is a start, but we can’t put out a fire without the necessities. I am sitting here at mijo’s football practice and I am all over so sorry if this does not make sense, but I hope it does.
I get so emotional over this and I tend to observe as opposed to speaking out. I have told **** that I am a communicator and what I love most is that I see both sides and in my job I am always subjected to confrontation! My philosophy is truly diplomatic so to speak. I love being able to come to a solution with people and this has always been me.
I don’t have to win every battle, but in the end outcome I win the war!!!
Damn…I swear I got that off a movie!!!
I told **** that I feel my calling at this time is to get out and talk to the people and my start is going to be the colleges. It’s hard to do some of these things right now and feel that we need to start getting some money coming into the party so we can reach out and I am always open to suggestions. I am here and I will be here for a long time and as long as you need something I will be more than happy to help in any way!!!
I look forward to the future and I see good things happening. We are all fortunate to have a leader like yourself who is truly devoted to seeing things change!!!