The Outstanding Ohioans show, Episode 57-Talkin’ Politics with Scott Schulte

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This show brings the audience great things Ohioans are doing to make their communities, the state, the region, and the world a better place as entrepreneurs, leaders, historical and popular culture figures.

This show brings the audience great things Ohioans are doing to make their communities, the state, the region, and the world a better place as entrepreneurs, leaders, historical and popular culture figures.

For episode 57, I had the pleasure of speaking with Scott Schulte, CRNA with the Crystal Clinic. To connect with the Outstanding Ohioans show, here are a few ways:

I reached out to Scott by invoking Siliko Rule #6, which is to have a conversation if more than 4 texts/tweets are exchanged.  We were discussing Net Neutrality, and had some differing viewpoints.  Our conversation discussed a few political issues, and we agreed to have future conversations as well.  I enjoyed our back and forth and believe hearing multiple viewpoints makes me more well-rounded.

Here were the topics we discussed in our conversation:

  • where Scott grew up, his parents, and coming to Ohio
  • consolidation of power
  • health care
  • government oversight and the free market
  • cost of college
  • Lake Erie pollution
  • Regulation, De-regulation, and the Non-Aggression Principle

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If you want my vote…….

If you want my vote, say that you support or work will for a majority of these items:

  • Fulfill your voting obligation
  • Follow the constitution
  • Vote for balanced budgets only, strive to operate in the black to pay off debt
  • I will not hold it against you if you don’t bring any earmarks “home”.  I would prefer that you vote to stop the earmark process all together
  • Never, ever vote to spend money on a new initiative without cutting another area to pay for it
  • Reform tax code, reduce tax levels across the board, and reduce regulations
  • Strive to reduce entitlements and stop corporate welfare
  • Stand up for checks & balances….I don’t expect the president to do it alone….I don’t want the president doing it alone
  • Work to protect individual rights, including the unborn.  Abortion is murder.
  • Support school choice…..don’t restrict school choice/take money from teacher unions….then send your kids to private school
  • Support a reduction/stop in the drug war
  • Support non-interventionism
  • Push for FED transparency…pushing for abolishment would be better

If you say you support a majority of these, I will vote for you.  If your voting record strays from what you say, I will not vote for you the next time.

I would like to hear what your hot button issues are, and what’s important to you.  Take care.