Seven Principles of Good Government

Seven Principles of Good Government Gary Johnson is the former two term governor of New Mexico He made headlines during his tenure as governor for supporting school vouchers a freeze on all taxes real cuts in government agency funding

  • Title: Seven Principles of Good Government
  • Author: Gary Johnson
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  • Page: 305
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  • Gary Johnson is the former two term governor of New Mexico He made headlines during his tenure as governor for supporting school vouchers, a freeze on all taxes, real cuts in government agency funding and the decriminalization of marijuana In 2012, he is running for President of the United States on the Libertarian Party ticket He will be campaigning aggressively througGary Johnson is the former two term governor of New Mexico He made headlines during his tenure as governor for supporting school vouchers, a freeze on all taxes, real cuts in government agency funding and the decriminalization of marijuana In 2012, he is running for President of the United States on the Libertarian Party ticket He will be campaigning aggressively through the fall in all 50 states.

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    1. This book is a mixture of politics, biography, and personal philosophy. Gary Johnson, Former Governor of New Mexico and avid athlete, comes across as very personable; easily the most likable person in the 2012 Presidential elections. He talks about his tenure, and how his Seven Principles philosophy had served him in office. He covers some areas where he specifically applied the principles; often in response to a particular area of trouble within his administration. Gary Johnson is obviously of [...]

    2. Gary Johnson comes across as pretty personable, and there are definitely two or three of his stances I agree with. However, this quick read on who he is and where he stands is so disjointed. There is a small appendix that summarizes his leanings (drugs are bad but shouldn't be illegal, privatization of education, how to cut spending, etc). Honestly, you could get just as much of an idea by reading these few pages, unless you're really just that curious about all his fitness expertise (and storie [...]

    3. This was an interesting read. It definitely needs some better editing (which might have gotten another star out of my rating), but it did serve to get the point across. I appreciate his seven principles (which are really about business and life in general than just government). I don't line up with all his policy positions, but Johnson seems to be an honest candidate so you know exactly what you are getting, agree or not. I don't have the same confidence in the transparency of the other (2016) p [...]

    4. Written for the 2012 presidential race, this is great introduction to Gary Johnson as a candidate, to learn about his history and his views on the major issues. If your interested in Johnson as a candidate, this is a short book (about a 2-3 hour read) and gives you a good idea on where he's coming from and where he stands.

    5. Fed up with politics? Fed up with the status quo? Fed up with the two party system? Read this and think about what it might be like to change all that. And then do something about it. Vote for someone you agree with on the majority if not all the issues, not on the lesser of two poor choices.

    6. In Seven Principles of Good Government, Gary Johnson describes the principles he lives by and how he applies them in his governing philosophy. The principles are reality, honesty, focus, execution, communication, courage, and integrity.[return][return]Gary Johnson is the former two-term governor of New Mexico, and his record in that capacity is extremely impressive. In a state that votes two to one Democratic, he ran as a Republican and won (when the Republican Party itself told him he had no ch [...]

    7. The message is excellent. The format could use some work. I love Gary's can do spirit and he portrays it perfectly in this book. The format of the book highlights areas he is passionate about but I was hoping for more details of many of the victories he posted. I greatly love his spirit however and his principles are solid and more American than the past several presidents I've seen go past.

    8. While the ideas and antidotes work well for the reader to understand his point of view the material is repetitious and ultimately leaves you wanting. The formatting on the Kindle is horrendous at best, with repeating lines, words, missing punctuation and line/page breaks. The "Seven Principles" are laid out in the first chapter and does not (in my opinion) delve much deeper into the meanings.I do feel I understand him as a person much better than I had before reading the book. I can not help but [...]

    9. I am by no means a libertarian, but I like Gary Johnson. It's not always about counting points of agreement and disagreement; sometimes it's about whether a candidate is a decent human being who can get the job done. My points of agreement are strong enough that I would consider voting for him. Still, I'm sorry that he is so incredibly naïve about economics and the role of the Federal Reserve. This book was pretty disappointing, too. As slim as it was, he spent a heck of a lot of time talking a [...]

    10. Tells the same stories over and over again, and is not even consistent when telling them (when talking about school reform and bouchers he first cites 40% as the amount of the budget a school would be left with, even without any students, and then 35%.which is not a large difference, but shows how lazy he was at writing this book. Other than that, he gives absolutely no data to support why his ideas would work, he comes of as braggy about his good shape, personality, success . justhad a very har [...]

    11. Ignoring my philosophical disagreements with Libertarian political stances, as a book, it was rather terrible. The stories got rather repetitive, the links between his "7 principles" and Libertarianism are weak at best, missing at worst, and the overall text made Gov. Johnson come off as an egomaniac.The best part of the book was the appendix where it clearly lays out Gov. Johnson's political stances and as someone who doesn't know much about libertarians was far more informative than the main t [...]

    12. While I admire Gary Johnson as a person and as a politician, as a writer he kind of falls down with this book.The concepts and the ideas make sense. That's the good part.The bad part is, they're presented in a rather repetitive, dogmatic style, as if this were one long stump speech. In fact, if you were to watch most of the speeches and interviews Mr Johnson has given in the last two years, you would probably be able to find them, word for word, each in several chapters of the book.

    13. HonestyGary Johnson tells his story without embellishment, just in simple terms. What emerges is this never ending flow of energy. Vigorous energy. I walk away with the belief he will roll back the tide of increasing statism, stop it dead in its tracks and roll it back. He knows what is needed. We all do, but he is going to get it done.

    14. A clear layout of most of the ideas, but written at about a sixth grade level. And he shied away from the issue of the day: health care.I had to deduct one full star for misuse of "literally" and a few other basic writing problems. I know it was just a quickie book for the election cycle, but hire a proofreader, dude.

    15. A refreshing perspective. Johnson's proclivity for straight-talking makes "Seven Principles of Good Government" a lively read. Even when disagreeing with the author, the reader must acknowledge the absolute sincerity of his convictions. A fun, quick read which expands the normal margins of debate.

    16. Interesting and thought provocaing, somewhat self centered but, a good lesson in life values.3 stars, easy read that wasn't a waste of time. Enjoyed the logic of his direction in life and politics.

    17. There is a lot info information about events in Johnson's life. Easy read. When I finished it, I felt like I still wanted to know more.

    18. Maybe not great literature but a portrait of a good honest man who wanted to help. We missed out on a lot.

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