A Title in the Making. Perot Movement Laid the Foundation to Take Back America. Where Do We Go From Here?

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 Back Cover Summary Twenty-some years ago, a populist movement swept America. It was kicked off by a billionaire businessman from Texas named Ross Perot. It started on a popular television show, Larry King Live. In what seems like overnight, people across the nation responded to the call to “wake up America,” and began collecting petitions to put this man on the ballot. This book is a story about these people and what they did to take their country back. They came from all walks of life. They learned how far it had fallen into the wrong hands. And getting it back wasn’t going to be easy. This book is about a movement that laid the groundwork for today’s populism that never went away. It went underground for a while and then resurfaced as the Tea Party Movement. Now, twenty-four years later, it looks like it is coming back full steam ahead. On March 18, 1992, Ross Perot spoke at the Washington National Press Club. “America today is a nation in crisis with a government in gridlock . . . I feel as owners of this country, if we’re going anywhere, you’ve got to send them a message: You work for us. We don’t work for you. Under the Constitution, you are our servants. Grow up! Work as a team. Serve the people. Solve the problem. Move on to the next one. Build a better country and stop throwing away money we don’t have.”
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 : A Personal Witness of the Author, December 4, 2015 Milwaukee born and raised, Patricia Ellen Muth reached womanhood standing a striking five feet eleven. Her German line shown clearly through her radiant light skin, but the mystery of her stock was the clincher of her beauty: deep gypsy eyes and dark curly hair. Wherever she walked, she turned heads. Over our forty-year friendship I can assure you this was so. Pat was beautiful. Everyone knew she was going places, and anything else would have been out of the question, especially to Pat. You see, Pat disbelieved she was beautiful, but instead absolutely believed she was formidable! While attending Marquette University, Pat’s newfound buddies were prominently med male students. Together they all debated logic and talked about her favorite subject, football. Always out front, moving in calm confidence, Pat would forward issues, events, and even people. Her buddies dubbed her the Mover, which appropriately stuck until years later. They knew Pat’s intended goal was to be one of the first female defense attorneys, and no one doubted that her presence and quick mind would bring her such prominence. But His destiny for Pat was not hers. Instead of the floor of the courtroom, by the mid-’80s, Pat would stand tall in the “trading pits” formidably as one of the “first five women” on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, again surrounded by men. Prior to this ascension, however, she was positioned as the press secretary for the Chicago Board of Education, thrusting her down the road of journalism. Once again she became a notable force among a predominantly male Chicago Press Corps. These newfound pals gained her entry into the powerful Daley Chicago Machine. Soon the Mover was swept up in tracking out the best scoops, becoming one of the boys. The Corps came to know they could count on her stunning presence to open doors, to them otherwise closed. But Pat only accounted this to her formidable power. In 1968, Pat obtained a pass into the Chicago-held Democratic Convention, where they played tribute to Bobby Kennedy, who had lost his life in his run for president. It was during those activities that the matriarchal Rose Kennedy had Pat summoned to “inspect” her amazing likeness to her daughter-in-law, Jacqueline. But no matter to Pat! Pat’s precept of her beauty was so covered, it would have fooled the lie detectors! I’m a close witness and can attest that this fascinating, yet powerful block, escaped all of us. When I saw it, I could only shake my head and smile. Without pedigree, Pat’s intelligent, sharp mind, and confident personality was a blessing which only God Almighty could intend: against odds, throughout her life, she always met and made acquaintances with prominent people, the majority of whom she would successfully predict fortuitous destinies. Yes, she was psychic, and they never forgot her name. By the mid-’70s Pat landed a position on WLS, the 50,000-watt radio giant, as a late-night live talk show host. Now you know why radio: it would keep her beauty covered, and conversely, the radio spot would underpin her formidability, where rich venues could evolve in the darkness of night over four hours, covering the differing regions, across forty states. This experience put Pat in touch with America’s soul and mapped a foundation of His plan for her: A greater national assignment, the Perot Movement. For the first time, Pat was about to enter a moving force equal to hers, the mighty aura of Ross Perot. Over the following twenty-two years this would impact Pat’s live to such an extent she would forge ahead in conquest with more fervor than ever. I stood by in prayer, with my hands held out, waiting. Then like Captain Saul, the Golden Boy from Tarsus, Pat was kicked off her horse, in His humbling reprieve. And today she knows she is beautiful in Him, the only formidable One. L. V. Campbell Lexington, Virginia

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Jun 8, 2016
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