Matt Kibbe’s Perspective on Exclusionary Voter Registration and Unequal Education System-US
Kibbe has been the president and Chief Executive Officer of Freedom Works for over 17 years. He is an economist by profession, a recognized national policy expert and a successful author and political reviewer. The Newsweek has dubbed his as “one of the architects” of the Tea Party Politics, an expertise that has caused renowned and recurrent presences on national news shows including CNN among other news shows. In his bestselling book in the New York Times, about the need for equal opportunities and safety of individuals’ property, he depicts a clarion whistle for the current freedom movement tired of the status quo at Washington (Kibbe, 24). In 2012, during Obama’s re-electioneering period, he authored a book, about hostile take-overaffecting the federal government’s dominion on America, in which he revealed how, centralized bureaucracy in government was eroding the American freedom that never came easy and how his brainchild, the Tea Party Movement had the ability of reverting America back to the decentralized dream of our founders.
Kibbe stands for a principled leader who minds the interest of the people who elected him or her to power. Voters often register exclusively to vote for leaders who will change their lives by fulfilling the promises that they make to the public during campaigns (Kibbe, 114). For instance, Kibbe was quick to point out that House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost his primary election because he “really represented Washingtong, D.C., instead of his home district in Virginia. Essentially, he blames leaders of failing to serve the interests of the electorate. However, in his book, about the right to freedom and property ownership, he proposed a 12 point plan on how America can restore its “Constitutional Republic grounded in the principles and spirit of the Declaration of Independence (Kibbe, 123).” He says, “Parents know the educational needs of their children best” alluding there ought to be no bottlenecks regarding child admission by the state or federal government.
Kibbe could argue that Joe failed to become the person he wanted to be due to the tight federal bureaucracy on educational standards that determine the level of schools that a child should join based on a given merit. The government should stop overspending on new programs and instead invest in existing programs that matter most to the public such as affordable education.
In conclusion, Kibbe promotes and stands for a leadership of the American nation based on principles than mere promises (Kibbe, 142). His standpoint is that a leader should never be re-elected if he or she fails to deliver the pledges he or she made to the people prior to elections. He champions for the liberation of the American people by proposing that the people of America should resist centralization of stranglehold and instead embrace decentralization as the only means of enabling the nation to achieve independence objectivity.
Kibbe, Matt. Don’t Hurt People and Don’t Take Their Stuff. S.l.: Harpercollins, 2015. Print.
Kibbe, Matt. Hostile Takeover: Resisting Centralized Government’s Stranglehold on America. New York, NY: William Morrow Paperbacks, 2012. Print.