Jim Dobson

Born in Pennsylvania, lived and worked in the states of New York, Tennessee, North Carolina, and now Connecticut.

Dobson is an Environmental Health and Safety Professional formerly employed by Northeast Utilities, FedEx, Pitney Bowes in Connecticut as well as governmental regulatory agencies including OSHA in Tennessee and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (EPA) in North Carolina.

Registered to vote at the age of eighteen as a Republican, Dobson soon discovered the natural fraud and corruption inherent to a two party system. Dobson registered as unaffiliated with any party, but voted based on the Conservative values of the candidate.

The method of choosing the "lesser of two evils" also problematic, Dobson decided to take action in order to solve this major problem that he believed is unacceptable.

Freedom is not free and rights are not automatically protected in a "free Republic". Only the hard work and determination of the people will these individual freedoms continue.

Dobson has grown weary and disturbed by the current corruption in the two major parties as well as their connection to corrupt corporations and organizations that are bent on destroying the individual freedoms enjoyed by Americans.

Middle of the road politics and "finding common ground" have gotten America to the point it is as at today. Obviously, this does not work. Solutions to the current situations must be based on facts, not the propaganda distributed by the state run media.

The solution includes reverting to the original principles and concepts of the founding fathers, taking the power away from all organizations, corrupt or not, and giving the role of governing the nation back to the United States citizens.

Two quotes by Thomas Jefferson are in line with the Dobson's Conservative Philosophy:

"The policy of the American government is to leave their citizens free, neither restraining nor aiding them in their pursuits." -Thomas Jefferson

"The beauty of the Second Amendment is that it will not be needed until they try to take it." -Thomas Jefferson

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