John Wood, Jr.

John Wood, Jr.

John Wood Jr. is a national leader for Braver Angels, a former nominee for congress, former Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party of Los Angeles County, musical artist and a noted writer and speaker on subjects including racial and political reconciliation.

Recapping the Braver Angels Convention

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Ciaran O’Connor and John Wood, Jr. fill us in on the uplifting triumph that was the Braver Angels National Convention in St. Louis, June 19th to 22nd.

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  1. I am highly “Red”. I feel we have way too many professional politicians and lawyers in Washington DC. The USA is based on democracy and capitalism, and in my opinion, the best system of government in the world. The USA is a mega business and needs more business leaders managing. Is Trump unique? No, I voted for Ross Perot twice. Now I have voted for Trump twice (Texas Primary, General Election), and plan to do so in 2020. Why? His business leadership has grown the economy and produced very low unemployment for all citizens. I think it is far better to give a person a job opportunity than a hand out (food stamps, and other government subsidies). Health care — if you want it, go earn it: improve your skills, education and make yourself more valuable to employers so you can get a decent job. “Trump is not Presidential” – this is secondary – the USA needs a hard core CEO, and Trump is doing an excellent job. Democrats are obsessed with a Trump smear campaign … “racist, xenophobe, homophobe, etc, etc phobe) because they have little to offer those people that want nothing more than a opportunity for a decent job so they can improve their quality of life. Joe Mueller; Braver Angel from north Dallas (George Bouhasin – Leader)

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