July 31, 2012

The Truth About "Real Change"

Change. Growth. Success. The politicians talk about it and build their campaigns around it, and the people expect it. It seems that every election brings more promises of change, but […]

Change. Growth. Success. The politicians talk about it and build their campaigns around it, and the people expect it. It seems that every election brings more promises of change, but years continue to pass with no noticeable differences. But change is not dependent on any politician or any administration. So who will bring real change? Listen to The Dani Johnson Show as Dani Johnson exposes the truth!

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  1. AnnaLaura Brown August 4, 2012
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    Boy are you right on the money. How ironic that Obama is running against a candidate who has lots of experience in helping and running small businesses. This phrase shocked and surprised me and yes it does say how he feels about business and it is quite scary. I’m going to quote Romney because I believe he is right when he said, “President Obama attacks success and therefore we have less success.” Yikes.

  2. Kimberly Flores August 5, 2012
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    What an atrocity is happening before our eyes!

    Not to sound extremist , but better stock up on ammo because at this rate he will have 98%’rs thinking they can just take what they want, never mind working for it.

    To quote my son when he was elected, he said if he gets the to be president, we will become an ‘Obama Nation’ . Funny but Not at the same time.

    If I were in a village that had NO roads or Bridges, I would still build a successful business. So what the DIRT was made by somebody else? It sure was, the Almighty and he approves this statement.

    It is an alarming this to watch unfold.

  3. Mark Dana August 5, 2012
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    Preach Sister, Preach!!!!! Only the 3% of us who have EVER built a business, sweated out how they were going to make payroll that week, put up every penny we had, worked 7 days a week, 12 hours a week for 2 years before taking out a penny for themselves can possibly understand how infuriating these remarks were. The response from the left, “Oh, he was quoted out of context, he was talking about the roads and bridges”. What a crock! He was saying what he meant! I can only hope that this idiotic remark costs him the election.

  4. Mark Dana August 5, 2012
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    I keep listening to the rest of your show, and I love you more and more Dani Johnson! I keep finding myself saying Yes! Yes! Yes! You are friggin’ AWESOME!

  5. Patsy Rae August 6, 2012
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    I worked for a fortune 500 company and often asked the employees, “what is the company” they would look at me strange and I would say to them, ” if you all walked out the door and stood in the parking lot, there stands the company”. Corporate often feels that they are the company, thus making people rely of them, rather than their own strength and the strength of others they can learn from. I feel President Obama was stressing how we all need someone to help us reach our goals no matter what they are. All business rely on the government to some extent, if not why do we as small business owners take advantage of the tax laws to reduce our tax burden. Who passes the tax codes, isn’t it the people who we elected, be it republican or democrate.. Dani I love your messages, but just can’t get with your response on this message. I do agree we all should own our own business, but we can’t be fooled into thinking we can do this by ourselves and not need the help of others. The people speaking about the President and giving their opinion on what he meant, have never been the President of the United States, but they often have an opinion of what, and how he should run the Country. I feel his comment was not to say , no one built the business, rather that as stated before, we all need someone at sometime. Its people that think they don’t need anyone, or have done everything by themselves, that scare me. I’m just saying

  6. Lisa August 6, 2012
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    If you own a business (like I do) of course we didn’t build the infrastucture – that’s what he was referring to! For people to continue to focus on this one (obvious) verbal mistep is just so revolting! Further, I am also tired of people demonizing infrastructure spending – all of us who own businesses owe a debt to those who built our roads and built the internet and the post office and people who keep our planes in the air. I am really uncomfortable hearing you play this out of context and talk about it out of context (and you know it is) when you are someone I have turned to for motivation and guidance. I am afraid I will be cancelling my membership. This rhetoric, when you know darn well what he meant, is vicious and is only out there to inflame people.

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