Mike Beitler makes his New Year's Resolutions

Mike Beitler didn't have much trouble coming up with his New Year's Resolutions. Ever since he announced he was seeking the Libertarian nomination for U.S. Senate, he knew he'd be spending most of the new year earning the confidence and the vote of his fellow North Carolinians.

“In 2010, I'll be devoting my time and energy convincing the people of North Carolina that it is time for them to reassert their liberty and to send a libertarian to represent them in the U.S. Senate,” Beitler said.

“So these – my New Year's Resolutions – represent my pledge and my promise to the people of North Carolina:

“First, I always vote in favor of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of North Carolina. Every issue. Every time. Every issue. No exceptions. No excuses.
“Second, I will continue to oppose any and all efforts by the federal government to act beyond its Constitutional authority.

“Third, I will introduce, sponsor, and support legislation to repeal laws and regulations that are outside the scope of the powers delegated by the people to the federal government.

“Fourth, I will only vote in favor of a bill that I have thoroughly read, considered and understood.

“Fifth, I will be accountable to voters. I will make public every vote I cast while in office.”

“These may seem like radical concepts,” Beitler said. “But the only seem radical because the Democrats and Republicans who've dominated our state's politics for so long have befuddled people into thinking that government was the solution to all their problems.”

“It is not.”

“The time has come to stop talking in terms of reducing the budgets of various government programs and agencies,” Beitler said. “The time has come to abolish entire Federal programs and agencies. That's why I am running for U.S. Senate.”

Dr. Mike Beitler (pronounced Bite-ler) is a keynote speaker and workshop leader sought after for his expertise in business, politics, and economics. His internet radio talk show “Free Markets”gives listeners insights from leading thinkers into today's business, economic and political issues. In a world of unrelenting free-market bashing by the media and outrageous government interventions, “Free Markets” offers a refreshing libertarian, free-market perspective.

Beitler he has been recognized as a leading business executive, business consultant, business professor and business author for 30 years. His book “Strategic Organizational Change” is required reading in MBA programs worldwide. “Rational Individualism: A Moral Argument for Limited Government and Capitalism” is widely acclaimed by libertarians and free-market advocates as the leading guide for today's political and economic issues.

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Can I ask a question here?

Can someone tell me the difference between #1 and #2 presented in the original post?

Thanks.

I have a couple of questions

for "Dr. Abolish", each representing 25% of his final grade for an aggregate 50%. Considering this statement:

"Public (government) schools are a national disgrace."

Don't you feel a little strange being on the faculty of a public university (UNCG) and being paid, partly by taxpayers, to lecture in such a disgraceful environment?

Next, please explore the ethics of requiring that students buy your book while you're taking advantage of said public facility:

COURSE: MBA 671 - Organizational Change (1.5 credits)

FACULTY MEMBER: Dr. Michael A. Beitler (pronounced Bite-ler)

REQUIRED MATERIALS

Beitler, M.A. (2006). “Strategic Organizational Change, Second

Edition.” Practitioner Press International.

and compare and contrast that practice with your stated objections to government subsidies and regulations that benefit some private corporations over others.

Great dot-connecting, Steve

Beitler should resign his government job immediately. Gives new meaning to the term "hypocrisy knows no bounds."

I'm confused...

“Fifth, I will be accountable to voters. I will make public every vote I cast while in office.”

Are there "secret" votes being taken in the Senate?

GREAT, Phillip

I mean, it is not like there is not a "freedom of information" act or sites on the Internet that follows every vote by every politician. DUH!

Good call.