VISION FOR VICTORY FOR THE CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON
Joshua adheres to certain closely held principals including protecting human rights, strengthening our economy, and constantly pursuing a collaborative visionary approach to common sense problem solving.
Joshua’s vision for Washington State is powerful and can lay a foundation of success. Together we have a duty to clearly explain our vision and bring friends and neighbors along with us to attain the great goals we find within our grasp. Far too often we discover limitations in our approach but the truth is our message and our vision are what the majority of citizens desire. We need to be more effective in laying out our vision.
Human Rights is one of the most powerful issues from which we can speak with authority. We abhor human trafficking as this is at the core of hate and demeaning abuse. Our state ranks in the top of human trafficking in America. We can no longer tolerate the enabling of drug abusers by the government nor allow such a deplorable practice in our midst. Our fight for human rights also extends to all citizens in Washington. Joshua’s stance of human rights is a stance on the firm foundation of love and respect, not hate.
Washington State's economy can do much better. We have seen a historically slow recovery that is causing pressure on families and individuals. We are fortunate to have several strong visionary world changing companies in our midst. We should not stand in the way of their success but create pathway toward success. Jobs provide income which provide for our ability to sustain our families and help those around us. Members of our party are extremely generous to non-pofit organizations that daily impact people toward stronger futures. A strong economy supported by innovation, fair taxation, and sound and active trade practices are out the core of our message..
Joshua has a vision based on authority of issues but election after election the power of the people slip further away in the hands of career politicians. These lost power cause more than frustrations but accepts us locally. Success is made with incremental steps. We need to start with a step by step generational approach.
Together we can win on the issues and need to do a better job of proactively communicating our message as our vision is true, bold, and strong.