Hansen Clarke: The New Way of Doing Things
24 November 2010 | posted by: Rachel Hanson | 60 Comments
How times change that today Hansen Clarke has the liberty to visit hotels and have a good time in the American capital, Washington, not to meet politically connected Congressmen.
The challenge will have him get to know and feel the struggles his people are going through and get better way of having them live and face the challenges. Giving hope is the rule of the game.
Clarke was elected to Congress on a Democratic Party ticked and had to beat the Republican Party candidate Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick in the just concluded mid-elections. He has been on orientation and is promising to give his best to have the voters they never misplaced their trust in him.
Job creation remains top of the agenda for those within and without his districts and make businesses more profitable for his constituents.
The funny thing is that his way of doing things sounds more Republican than Democratic. He believes that this will help his constituents get back on their feet; by working with employers.
The good thing is that the actions are a clear indication of what the government needs to do in bridges for the sake of economy and the whole country. He does not care which side of the House he seats and will let his ideas, emotions, and energy do the talking.