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Dr. Wayne Dyer

I am neither a Republican nor a Democrat. Frankly, I still have difficulty
with the labels, conservative and liberal. Those who know me have never
been able to pigeonhole me. I relate to Kierkergaards's observation.
"Once you label me, you negate me." In truth, I am a working stiff.

I attended the Detroit public schools, entered the Navy at 18, spent four
years on board ships and overseas. I worked my way through three degree
programs as a stock boy and cashier at a large supermarket chain, graduating
with a Ph.D.. In Educational Counseling. I have been a school teacher,
counselor and college professor. As of this date I work as a lecturer and
writer, also producing video and audio tape programs on motivations,
spirituality and higher consciousness.

I have worked all my life, paid my taxes, supported my family and continue
to "chop wood and carry water," while being totally perplexed by what I
hear coming out of the mouths of our politicians. As a working stiff who has
earned enough to be in that top 1% income bracket, here is what I would
like you, the politicians, to hear as you go about the business of government.
These are views shared by most of the people I speak to every day, in all
income brackets.


No one that I know goes to sleep at night saying, "My leaders are in
Washington D.C." I fume when you refer to yourselves as our leaders. You
may pass laws while sitting in committees and having Rose Garden ceremonies,
but the laws come after the real leadership has been implemented.
No politician was responsible for leading us in the struggle for civil
rights. Rosa Parks was a leader. Those who marched and ignored the racist
laws passed by lawmakers were the leaders of the civil rights movements.
Who were the leaders of the Renaissance? The office holders? The
politicians? No! The leaders were those who brought the world a new
consciousness through their writing, art, music, and through challenging
the entrenched ideologies of the office holders. These were the leaders.
When I hear you refer to yourselves as our leaders, I am always amused by
such arrogance.  We got to work, and send up to 50% of our earnings to you.
You use our earnings to make yourselves more privileged than we are, with
unlimited medical care, overly generous retirement guarantees, and perks
galore! All that you really do is write the rules using our funds to do so.
This might be hard to accept, but try it on for size. We are not sheep who
need to be led. We need servants who care. We are perfectly capable of
leading ourselves; in fact we do it everyday.


I have written twenty books, produced hundred of tapes, and given several
thousand lectures over the past twenty-five years. When I sit down and
create a book I send it to an editor who I pay to edit the manuscript. The
way I see it, I just created a job. My editor receives payment, sends in
her taxes and now two are working. The editing process involves a computer. A
third job is created. The publisher copy edits the manuscript, and a fourth
job is created. This process continues through many levels, with a job
after job being created all because I decided to write a book.
The printers, inspectors, typesetter, delivery people, booksellers,
accountants, stock boys, cashiers, have jobs that were created because
working stiffs have the ingenuity, gumption, and desire to create and

The woman who loves flowers and decides to open a florists shop creates
jobs. Without her desire and sweat we wouldn't need floral coolers,
delivery trucks, or growers. Nor would we need people to grow food to feed those
workers or design garments to clothe them. The money you use to fund job
producing legislation originate from those who produce. It is really quite
simple. Politicians do not create jobs.

As I see it, through the eyes of a working stiff, politicians can pass laws
which will ultimately determine whether anyone finds being productive worth
the effort any longer. If you decide to punish me with tax rules, or over
regulate me, or constantly make my life miserable with forms, rules and
regulations, I may decide that writing another book is no longer worth the
effort. If I decide that, and you multiply me by the millions of us who
produce wealth and jobs, you will see that you do not produce jobs or
wealth with our policies.

You print money. You regulate. You pass laws. But we produce jobs. We
create wealth by working and producing, not by sitting in committees and talking
up our self-importance.


I heard over and over in the election debate that the inheritance tax
should remain, because only 2% of the population is affected by this tax. I have
paid all of the taxes I owe to my government. What is left is mine to do
with as I please.

My death ought not trigger another tax on my remaining savings that have
been already taxed. It does not matter if the tax affects one person or a
million people. It is simply wrong. When our ancestors moved to abolish
slavery, they didn't say, "Only 2% of the population is enslaved, so let's
keep this practice lawful." They finally realized that slavery was wrong,
and morally wrong.

Let those who aspire to greater abundance in their lives do so knowing that
politicians are not going to confiscate it at the moment of their death. Do
what's right, what's moral, even when it affects only a small percentage of
the population.


If there is a surplus in tax revenues it is an overpayment and belongs to
those who sent it in. It ought to be returned in the same lawful proportion
that it was went in.

If I paid one million dollars in taxes it is not so outrageous that I
should have returned to me higher dollar amount than someone who sent in two
thousand dollars in taxes. To say that the wealthy will receive $18,000
each while the poor will only receive $18.00 in a tax cut is a spurious

If you paid no tax, you do get not a tax cut. You can't cut zero and get
something back. If you paid $200.00 in tax and you get a $40.00 refund that
is a 20% tax cut. If you paid $500,000 in tax and you get back $20,000 that
is only a 4% tax cut.

It stands to simple reason and fair play that if you are going to ask the
top 10% of the income earner to foot over 50% of the tax bills, then when
it comes time to cut the taxes and return the surpluses, it ought to go back
to the taxpayers in the same proportion. Similarly, if the bottom 40% of wage
earners pay no taxes, then they get no refund. It may not appeal to most voters,
but it makes sense to this working stiff who has been in all of those tax brackets
at one time or another in his life.


"I'll fight for you," seems to be the mantra of the modern politician. Just
who are you fighting anyway? Aren't you all there in Washington to serve
us? Don't you realize that fighting weakens you and rarely accomplishes

I would like for you to work for me, not fight. Tell me what you are for,
rather than what you oppose. I don't need to see any more debates. You are
not running against anyone. You have no opponents. The person who is on the
ballot with you is not someone you need to fight. Just tell me what you
support and how you intend to make it happen, and let other candidate do
the same. I don't need you to fight. I need you to state your vision clearly
and commit to bringing it about.

In 1967 Mother Theresa was asked to march against the war in Vietnam and
she refused saying, "I won't march against anything. But when you have a march
for peace, I'll be there." Let this spirit infuse your intentions.

My most disconcerting moments in the election season were hearing, "We're
for the people, they're for the powerful," and then seeing this slogan as a
USA Today headline the next day. It became a mantra for the last six weeks
of the campaign.

Inherent in such a phrase is the idea that the people are not powerful,
only those who are well off are empowered. Generation after generation of people
in America have come to believe this line of thinking; "You have no power,
but we, your leaders in Washington will do it for you." It is just this
kind of thinking that leads people to assume they are powerless to advance, to
create their own greatness, to attract abundance and health into their
lives to transcend the ordinary levels of disempowerment.

I want to hear you say, "You are powerful, you are connected to the divine
and with HWHY you can accomplish anything you make up your mind to do. If
you see others who appear to be more powerful than you, then associate with
them emulate their strengths. Create a powerful vision for yourself. Don't
find fault with those who have elevated themselves. Learn from them, find
your own serenity and grace and know that you are powerful. I'll support
such a vision in all legislation. Keep your hopes high."

In Wisdom of The Ages I wrote an essay based upon Michelangelo's
observation "The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we
miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it." I want to hear you speak
of high hopes, of the power of our spirit, a spirit that knows no favorites
and is in each and every one of us.


If we send a portion of our income to you, don't use that money to vote
yourself benefits that we are denied. If you get universal medical coverage
paid for by those of us who created wealth, then be sure to grant it by law
to all of us. If you get to retire with 90% of your paycheck, then be sure
that we who pay for it get the same perk.

Be ever mindful of your role. You have elected to be a servant of the
people. The people own the house. They built it. But they can't run it
everyday nor can they protect it, and build roads leading up to it. The
people can't educate the children and regulate the economy because they are
too busy working. So they hire servants to handle these duties and they pay
those servants to protect, regulate, and handle the affairs of

But the house is still owned by the people. The servants don't get to make
demands. The people do. The servants don't own the funds they receive for
protecting, regulating, and delegating. The people do. It's our house. We
the powerful working stiffs of America own it.

We lead ourselves everyday, and if you want to speak to us, do it from your
heart, without a Teleprompter or a spin doctor at your side. We are honest,
hard working and straightforward. We are generous and kind to those in
need.  We don't need to be coddled or lied to. We can smell insincerity and BS a
mile away. We pay the freight and keep it moving across America everyday.
Not because you are leading us. We are not following you or anyone else.
There is a spirit in all of us. A spirit that urges us upward to a greater
connection to that which is just, moral and honest. We expect no less from
those who have chosen to serve.

The above writing is authored by
Dr. Wayne Dyer
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