Coral Springs, FL, June 14, 2012 --(PR.com)-- James Gerdeman compares the Ten Commandments to the work of the US Government. "Our government has proven by their actions that they cannot handle their responsibilities. They change the constitution when they should defend it," thinks Gerdeman. The Founding Fathers predicted they would run amuck.
"The penance for the public confession should be to return to the basics. The focus for all is to clean up the government as mature corporations do," Gerdeman suggests. The book explains, "The government has gotten us into a financial nightmare. Our committees generate laws and spend our tax dollars on projects that are not needed. The lobbyists have taken over. As a mature nation it is time to trim the fat and restructure."
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James Gerdeman earned an Industrial Engineering Degree from the University of Dayton. His book Jimmy, and derivative works about boys growing up in the 50’s, have entertained many. Smoke Signals You Too Can Quit shows his diversity. Jim wrote Tea Party Steeps for a Stronger America. His RFID Changing Lives shows how the Department of Transportation made a success from the government’s ISTEA. Jim has always supported technology for society. He has 12 books to his credit on a variety of topics. He is a speaker and writer. Contact Jim for Speaking Engagements. For more information visit his web site at www.JDGerdeman.com.
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