The Career Politician.

We Americans instantly recognize this is a problem.


There is a myth that the political class is indispensable to the governing of this country.  I reject this myth.  The greatness of this country is not found in Washington.  It is found in the individual citizens scattered through these United States of America.         

We must elect individuals who will stand on principle and conduct the business of the people who voted for them.  By removing career politicians, we can return the power to the people at the most local level starting here in Wisconsin's 1st Congressional District. 

I am a father, husband, businessman and combat veteran.  I want freedom for my family, my city, my district, my state and my fellow Americans.  

Intuitively, we understand that individuals like Mr. Paul Ryan who spent his career in politics, first as a staffer and then as a 10- term Congressman, no longer make decisions based on what is in the best interest of the people they serve.  

Instead, career politicians will often make decisions based on what is in their best interest.  At some point during their career they begin to change and lose focus on service.  They begin to act like they know what is best for the people. 

We cannot continue to elect individuals out of loyalty or complacency who believe their job is to rule not serve. 

2018 is the year to rediscover the concept of the citizen statesman.  A citizen statesman is the individual that goes to Washington and works to serve the interests of the people of his district and then returns to the private sector while another representative goes in his place.  We need to return to the idea of the servant leader.   

In the military we had a saying, "you can delegate responsibility, but you cannot delegate accountability."  In the military, business and in life, failure has consequences.  In Washington, we seem to tolerate it. 

We cannot continue to elect those who believe their job is to rule not serve. 


No More. 



As Americans, we must focus on electing individuals who will go to Washington, work for a certain amount of time, and then leave to return to the private sector.  Americans should demand this type of leadership so that we can solve the great challenges that we face in the 21st century.  I love this country and want to leave this country a better place for my son and our future generations, as do all of us.    

Take action in 2018
and remove career politicians.

Elect Nick Polce to the
Wisconsin 1st Congressional District.

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