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  • 08/01/2015 12:00 AM | Anonymous

    Jesse Waters Stops Random Students on College Campuses

    If you watch TV, you must have noticed that there’s talk of a presidential election in 2016. 

    If you watch FOX, you have likely seen WATER’S WORLD   , where Jesse Waters stops random students on college campuses, and asks them who the Vice President of the United States is.  Many, far too many, don’t know.

    If you are a member of SCBA, you are likely a boss, with employees.   Perhaps YOUNG employees.  I’ve noticed that many of them spend more time on social media than watching news on TV.  Many simply don’t know what they don’t know.  Some do; but they tend to be the exception.  Their lives are too bush to pay that much attention.

    When I owned Carroll Insulation, it was common for employees to come up to me in the week before an election and ask them to advise them who to vote for.   The truth is, they respect your opinion.

    It would be nice to be able to vote more than once on Election Day (like they do in Philadelphia, where some precincts recorded 100% turnout with NO votes for Romney.    Or in Cuyahoga county, Ohio, where turnout exceeded 100% of registered voters.)    Check it out if you don’t believe me.   Lastly, there are three counties in North Carolina where thousands of people voted who are over 112 years of age.  Check google if you don’t believe me.

    My point is this…………………..  Your employees look up to you.  They cherish your opinion.   If YOU can’t vote more than once, you CAN, through your advice, multiply your votes by advising your employees.

    If you now expect me to tell YOU who to vote for, you are wrong.  

    My advice:

    • ·                 Do some research on ALL the candidates
    • ·                 Look for the one who will be best for private business.
    • ·                 Wait for an employee to ask for your advice
    • ·                 Tell them who that is, and be sure to remind them to vote.

    In this way, you multiply the chances of the best business person being elected.

    Larry Helminiak

  • 07/01/2015 12:42 PM | Ben Cook (Administrator)

    Praying for a quick recovery for our Governor

    As every Marylander knows, Governor Larry Hogan announced in a press conference that he has been diagnosed with Stage 3 non-Hodgkins  Lymphoma.  This is serious; but treatable.

    On June 27, he started his first chemo treatment which lasted four days. After that treatment he announced that he feels great, and will continuing to perform his duties as governor.

    Attention has now turned to Lieut. Governor Boyd Rutherford.  Most people usually have trouble even NAMING the Lieutenant Governor.   It is worthwhile getting to know him, as he will take the governor’s place whenever necessary. He said in a press conference, “The governor and I ran on making the state more business friendly and that is what we are setting out to do. That’s why we’re so excited to welcome the world’s largest shipping company back to the Port of Baltimore.  “

    Another quote on Mr. Rutherford, “Maryland Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford’s new role as his boss’s stand-in was on full display Wednesday, when he took the lead in welcoming a major shipping company back to the Port of Baltimore.

    Still his cautious self, Rutherford celebrated the return of the Denmark-based Maersk.  It represents the launch of an important partnership between the state and an industry leader in Maersk.  It represents the launch of an important partnership between the state and an industry leader in Maersk. Our great port is a critical economic asset for Maryland and today reaffirms that.”

    Rutherford is a lawyer and career bureaucrat, and has largely defined his political career as a behind-the scenes guy who enjoys poring over documents looking for government waste.

    The point, for SCBA, is this. Governor Hogan ran, and intends to perform, as a business friendly governor. His occasional absence will be filled by a very capable Lieutenant Governor with the same goals.

    I can’t end this letter without asking you all to pray for a quick recovery for Governor Hogan.

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