Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 11, 2015
As the nation continues to split further along the predictable right-and left sides in preparation for an election year, a new website is intending to close that gap just a little with hard hitting commentary, news and short videos that articulate its vision of an America without political "tribes." And it is launching with a video that spoofs "Flo" the popular TV insurance pitch woman in a spot that tackles gay marriage. Future videos include spoofs on Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton, directed by Hollywood producer Chris Burgard of Little Bonanza Productions. Burgard's mega-viral Internet hits have included Herman Cain’s "Smoking Man."
The site’s tagline reads; “We are not as divided as our tribes would have us believe. We are not as impotent as the establishment elite have us convinced.”
“We are committed to providing information in a way that will allow our readers to think for themselves," noted co-founder Kim Paris. She and business partner Eve Jung, both military veterans, met as Navy air traffic controllers and now share the ambitious goal of focusing all sides on common goals. "We don't have to agree on abortion or gay marriage or if God exists in order to work together to hold government accountable, fight crony capitalism and protect our liberties."
SamePage's reform strategy includes proactively supporting the ballot initiative process whereby citizens can make an end run around politicians and put third rail issues on the ballot so voters can decide what is best for themselves. Undergirding it all is a firm belief that what unites is greater than what divides and a determination to provide opportunities for real-time activism.
“The truth is we hold the power in our hands to utilize our voices and the legislative process to make our communities better places to live and work. It isn’t a matter of if we can do it, but rather a question of when will we realize that we’ve had the power to do this all along," added Paris.
With 2016 on the horizon, Paris promises a fair minded approach:
“We won’t hesitate to take aim at politicians and policies irrespective of party affiliation. While SamePageNation won't express opinions on these candidates per se, we do feel that most are more concerned with furthering political and cultural divides than they are with leading a UNITED States of America.”
To view the video, click here http://samepagenation.com/2015/07/theres-a-contract-for-that/