My goal is to wake up America’s current generation and encourage them to cast their vote as a conscience decision instead of solely through political ideology.
Reno, NV (PRWEB) November 05, 2014
In his new book, “I Vote…And I Hate Politicians”, author John B. Good presents a call-to-action for anyone living in the United States who is old enough to vote. Good recalls a time in his young adulthood where authority was questioned when it impacted the rights of people wanting to live free in this great country.
“Our founding fathers fought with their lives to ensure that this country was chartered as a democratic, free society run by the people and for the people,” said Good. “They even gave ‘we the people’ the unalienable right to change the course of government if it ever ceased to represent the values, ideals and freedoms born to all Americans individually.”
It is through his personal experience and insight that his book, “I Vote…and I Hate Politicians” came to be. Good’s statement is one about our present state of affairs as seen through the eyes of a self-made middle class citizen who reflects on a time when our fellow citizens were proud to be Americans while showing some compassion for others around us.
“My goal is to wake up America’s current generation and encourage them to cast their vote as a conscience decision instead of solely through political ideology," said Good.
“I Vote…And I Hate Politicians”
By John B. Good
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris Publishing Company
About the author
John B. Good, like many citizens in this proud country, understand one’s ingrained obligation to provide for oneself and loved ones if they are unable to. Good has always paid his own way through life, taking full responsibility for his actions while always being compassionate to other people’s feelings. Good has recently become tired, like most middle class citizens, of paying the way for others in a position of power who could easily take care of themselves. He wrote this book to help wake people up and to alert all citizens that if we all enjoin in a common cause we will end up the victors. Good resides in Reno, NV.
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