April 25, 2011
Finally someone is thinking outside the box to bridge the gap between left and right.
For several days I had ignored the emails. They came from Rick Raddatz and had subject lines like: LIVE Q&A About Win/Win Revolution. I ignored them because I was sure they were just more of the sales pitches for marketing with the latest “secret” techniques.
Then an email came with the subject line of: An end to “LEFT” vs “RIGHT.” As I prepared to toss it into the delete folder, for some reason I decided to read it. This is what it said:
Hi Rick Raddatz here.
On Friday at 9pm local time we launched http://WinWinRevolution.org
The response has been overwhelming!
As proof, check out the quantity and quality of testimonials below. [In the email]
And please notice how the testimonials come from ALL POINTS in the political spectrum. That means this is REAL. [These were truly impressive; from Republicans, Democrats, Independents, Progressives, and Libertarians.]
The Win+Win Revolution will CHANGE EVERYTHING.
It’s just a matter of time.
So please visit http://WinWinRevolution.orgright now, watch the video, and then forward this email to everyone you know.
When I clicked on the link, I saw that the video was 23 minutes long — much too long just to see what it might mean. But for some reason I started watching and became intrigued.
Rick Raddatz’s idea about politics was definitely thinking out of the box. I was so impressed that I’ve decided to tell you about it. And rather than try to explain it to you, I suggest you go there and watch at least five minutes of it.
If you have despaired of ever getting our country (or friends and others who can’t seem to see things the way we do) to agree on how to to limit the scope of government, reduce the deficit, and yet care for the truly needy, I believe this may just be a way to do it.
I would like to know what you think, but mostly I would like you to know about this new perspective on our politics. It will take awhile to put into action, but I believe it has potential.
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