I recently started asking some questions regarding what my target audience was going to be and what I was going to talk about most of the time.
I found that among a few hot button topics the most prevalent is government and the state of the union.
So I started asking the public some questions like:
-As year ends, what are some somethings that you think the government should focus on in 2013 and beyond?
-How do you feel about President Barack Obama and the role he plays in Government?
-How do you feel about the inter-agency committee led by Vice President Joe Biden?
I got plenty answers from stern sure footed people that expressed needs for education, which is very important to the future American boys and girls who rely on their education to excel in life.
I had others tell me that closing the gap between rich and poor is also very important and pollution emissions where a concern to some as well.
But more importantly there was a imperative sense of order that people felt that the government needed to establish. Some form of stability.
There are no immediate “fixes” for these issues we feel so strongly about and amazingly with such fervent complaints, the majority of the nation approves of the Presidency.
I do believe there is some work that needs to be done in Washington. But I also am knowledgeable of the fact the work is being done and the wheels are turning. Our job as a nation is remain just as emotional in the months to come and push for results by telling the government what we believe in.