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Your trousers or your pants are like a loose fish net material to bacteria. on Nov 4 2014 Darren Hauck—Getty Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker at the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor Md on Feb 26 2015 Mark Peterson—Redux for TIME 1 of 16 Advertisement The good news is that there is still time left to turn things around To do this we need new fresh leadership; leadership with big bold ideas from outside of Washington; the kind of leadership that can actually get things done – like we have here in Wisconsin Since I’ve been Governor we took on the unions and won We reduced taxes by $2 billion and lowered taxes on individuals employers and property In fact property taxes are lower today than they were in 2010 How many Governors can say that Since I’ve been Governor we passed lawsuit reform and regulatory reform We defunded Planned Parenthood and enacted pro-life legislation We passed Castle Doctrine and concealed carry And we now require a photo ID to vote in the State of Wisconsin If our reforms can work in a blue state like Wisconsin they can work anywhere in America Traveling the country I’ve heard people say that they are tired of politicians who only tell them what they’re against and why they should vote against someone Americans want to vote FOR something and FOR someone So let me tell you what I’m for: I’m for Reform Growth Safety I’m for transferring power from Washington to the hard-working taxpayers in states all across the country That’s real reform I’m for building a better economy where everyone can live their piece of the American Dream That’s pro-growth I’m for protecting our children and grandchildren from radical Islamic terrorism and other threats in the world That’s true safety My record shows that I know how to fight and win Now more than ever we need a President who will fight and win for America Real Reform First we need to be for real reform in Washington Our big bold reforms in Wisconsin took the power from the big government special interests and put it firmly into the hands of the hard-working taxpayers Today people elected by local taxpayers actually get to run the schools Our reforms ended seniority and tenure Now we can hire and fire based on merit and pay based on performance We can put the best and the brightest in the classroom Four years later: our graduation rates are up third grade reading scores are higher and Wisconsin’s ACT scores are now second best in the country Government that is closest to the people is usually the best This is why we should move power and money out of Washington and send it back to our states and communities in key areas like Medicaid transportation workforce development and education Sadly though Washington seems to measure success by how many people are dependent on the government Instead we should measure it by just the opposite: by how many people are no longer dependent on the government We understand that true freedom and prosperity don’t come from the mighty hand of the government they come from empowering people to live their own lives and control their own destinies through the dignity that comes from work You see my first job was washing dishes at the Countryside Restaurant Then I moved up to the big times and started flipping hamburgers in high school at McDonald’s to save up for college My dad was a small-town pastor and my mom worked as a part-time secretary and bookkeeper My grandparents were farmers who didn’t have indoor plumbing until my mom went off to junior high school My dad’s dad – my Grandpa Walker – was a machinist for 42 years at Barber-Coleman Looking back I realize my brother David and I didn’t inherit fame and fortune from our family What we got was the belief that if you work hard and play by the rules you can do and be anything you want That’s the American Dream And that is worth fighting for Helping adults who are able to work transition from government dependence to true independence will help more people live that dream In Wisconsin we enacted a program that says that adults who are able to work must be enrolled in one of our job training programs before they can get a welfare check Now as of the budget I just signed we are also making sure they can take a drug test When I proposed this the status quo defenders cried that we were making it harder to get government assistance My response No we’re making it easier to get a job Strong families help too We know that children who are raised in a household where both parents are involved are more likely to finish school find a good job and live a life free of government dependence The federal government needs to support strong families by ending the marriage penalty and by reforming welfare programs that discourage fathers from being involved in the lives of their children I know how important both my parents were to my brother David and I when we were growing up That’s why Tonette and I try to be good role models for Matt and Alex and we are proud of the leaders that each have become today We want to ensure that they – and every other son and daughter – have the opportunity to grow up in a more free and prosperous country Pro-Growth To ensure that prosperity we need to be for a pro-growth economic plan that helps individuals and families earn save and achieve their piece of the American Dream Instead of the top-down government-knows-best approach we hear from politicians in Washington we need to build the economy from the ground up in a way that is new and fresh organic and dynamic As long as you don’t violate the health and safety of your neighbors – go out and start your own career build your own business live your own life That’s freedom – the freedom that serves as the cornerstone of the American Dream To help live that dream we have a plan to help the people of this country create more jobs and higher wages First we must repeal ObamaCare That’s right repeal the so-called Affordable Care Act entirely and put patients and families back in charge of their health care decisions – not the federal government As Governor I approved Wisconsin joining the lawsuit against ObamaCare on my first day in office We need a President who – on the first day in office – will call on Congress to pass a full repeal of ObamaCare Next we need to rein in the federal government’s out-of-control regulations that are like a wet blanket on the economy Yes enforce common sense rules – but don’t add more bureaucratic red tape In Wisconsin I called for an overhaul of Wisconsin’s regulatory process on my first day as Governor We can do the same in Washington then we can act to repeal Obama’s bad regulations Then put into place an “all-of-the-above” energy policy that uses the abundance of what God has given us here in America and on this continent We are now an energy-rich country and we can literally fuel our economic recovery We need a President who will approve the Keystone pipeline on the very first day in office and then seek to level the playing field for all sources of energy Next we need to help people get the education and the skills they need to succeed This will help people find careers that pay far more than the minimum wage In Wisconsin we reformed our public schools and gave families as many quality choices as possible because I trust parents to make the right decision for their children I believe that every child deserves access to a great education – be it in a traditional public charter choice private virtual or home school environment We want high standards but we want them set at the local level No Common Core No nation-wide school board I will push to take the power and money out of Washington and send it to our states and our schools where it is more effective more efficient and more accountable to the people of America Think about it: where would you rather spend your dollar – in Washington or at your child’s school And then we need to lower the burden on hard-working taxpayers to improve take-home pay And we need tax levels that are competitive for job creators to bring jobs back from overseas to put more of our fellow Americans back to work We can do it We did it in Wisconsin and we can do it in Washington too So why do I focus so much attention on tax relief Well some of you know that Tonette and I like to shop at Kohl’s Over the years I’ve learned that if I’m going to buy a new shirt I go to the rack that says that the shirt was $2999 but now is $1999 Then I take the coupon from the Sunday paper up to the cashier or I take out the flyer that we get in the mail that gives us 15 or 20% off – or even 30% if we are really lucky Then Tonette reaches into her purse and pulls out some Kohl’s cash Next thing you know they’re paying us to buy that shirt Well not really So how does a company like Kohl’s make money Volume They make it off of volume You see they could charge you $2999 and a few of you could afford it or they can lower the price and broaden the base and make more money off of volume That’s what I think about your money – the taxpayers’ money The government could charge the higher rates and a few of you could afford it Or we can lower the rates and broaden the base and increase the volume of people participating in our economy Years ago we saw this kind of plan work well under President Ronald Reagan Back then it was called the Laffer Curve Today I call it the Kohl’s Curve because I believe that you can spend your own money far better than the government – and that will help grow the economy True Safety To prosper however we need a safe and stable world Let me tell you why I’m for true safety To me the commander in chief has a sacred duty to keep the people of America safe During my lifetime the best president on national security and foreign policy was a Governor from California Under his leadership we rebuilt our military stood up for our friends stood up to our enemies and – without apology – stood for American values: this led to one of the most peaceful times in modern American history Today sadly under the Obama/Clinton doctrine America is leading from behind and we’re headed toward a disaster We have a President who drew a line in the sand and allowed it to be crossed A President who called ISIS the JV squad Yemen a success story and Iran a place we can do business with Iran…think about that My brother David and I used to tie ribbons around the tree in front of our house during the 444 days that Iran held 52 Americans hostage One of them was Kevin Hermening who grew up down the road in Oak Creek He was the youngest hostage – a Marine working at the US Embassy in Tehran Kevin Hermening is here today He knows that Iran is not a place we should be doing business with Iran hasn’t changed much since he and the other hostages were released on President Reagan’s first day in office Looking ahead we need to terminate the bad deal with Iran on Day One put in place crippling economic sanctions and convince our allies to do the same Earlier this year the President proclaimed that climate change is the greatest threat to future generations Well Mr President I respectfully disagree The greatest threat to future generations is radical Islamic terrorism and we need to do something about it That means lifting the political restrictions on our military personnel in Iraq so they can help our Kurd and Sunni allies reclaim land taken by ISIS On behalf of your children and mine I’d rather take the fight to them than wait for them to bring the fight to us We need to acknowledge that Israel is our ally and start treating Israel like an ally There should be absolutely no daylight between our two countries That’s why I went to Israel earlier this year and met with both the Prime Minister and the opposition leader to express my wholehearted support for the unshakeable bonds between our two countries We need to stop the aggression of Russia into sovereign nations Putin bases his policies on Lenin’s old principle: probe with bayonets if you encounter mush push; if you encounter steel stop With Obama and Clinton Putin has encountered years of mush The United States needs a foreign policy that puts steel in front of our enemies We need to stop China’s cyber attacks stop their territorial expansion into international waters and speak out about their abysmal human rights record We need to have the capacity to protect our national security interests – here and abroad – and those of our allies That begins with rebuilding the Defense budget at least to the levels recommended by Secretary Gates We need to honor our men and women in uniform by giving them the resources they need to keep us safe – and then give them the quality and timely healthcare they deserve when they return home But I believe that the best way we can honor them is by fighting to win This is important because our goal is peace but there will be times when America must fight And if we must Americans fight to win The world needs to know that there is no better friend and no worse enemy than the United States of America America is a great country We just need to lead again It’s not too late We can do it because we’ve done it before Veterans like Claire Congdon and Bob Turner remind me that what makes America great what makes us exceptional what makes us the greatest country in the world is that all throughout our history during times of crisis – be it economic or fiscal spiritual or military – what makes America amazing is that there have been men and women of courage who thought more about future generations than they did about their own political futures This is one of those times in American history After a great deal of thought and a whole lot of prayer we are proud to announce that I am officially running to serve as your President of the United States of America Tonette and I want our sons Matt and Alex – and all of the other sons and daughters like them – to grow up in a country that is at least as great as the one we inherited Americans deserve a President who will fight and win for them Someone who will stand up for the right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness Someone who will stand up for our religious rights and all of our other Constitutional rights Someone who will stand up for America You see It doesn’t matter if you’re from a big city a suburb or a small town I will fight and win for you Healthy or sick born or unborn I will fight and win for you Young or old – or somewhere in between – I will fight and win for you Over the years I’ve met some amazing people who came here from other places around the world The people Ive met tell me that they didn’t come here to become dependent on the government No the reason they came was because America is one of the few places left in the world where it doesn’t matter what class you were born into or what your parents did for a living In America you can do and be anything you want Here the opportunity is equal for all but the outcome is up to each and every one of us You see there is a reason we just took a day off to celebrate the 4th of July and not April 15th Because in America we celebrate our independence from the government and not our dependence on it That’s why I love America That’s why we love America That’s why – working together – we can fight and win for America God bless you God bless our troops And may God bless the United States of America Read Next: Scott Walker Seeks to Calm Conservatives as He Joins 2016 Race Contact us at editors@timecomApple’s made strides in recent years toward making iOS kid-friendlier but any parent who’s handed their iPad or iPhone to their toddler even for a few minutes knows how touch and go things still are One minute the child’s happily dropping letters into words or words into sentences the next they’re clicking through Settings enabling or disabling things they have no concept of or maybe poking around your social networks inadvertently deploying strings of gibberish Give “8 Ways to Toddler-Proof Your iPhone or iPad” a read if you want a rundown of all your lockdown options in iOS 7 today then see if you don’t agree with these toddler-proofing feature requests They needn’t be implemented exactly as listed here — Apple’s supposed to be the genius-level design outfit after all not me — but I’d love to see someone at Cupertino take them seriously I could see an entire numerical iOS iteration devoted to child-proofing features Speaking as a parent it’s that big a deal to me Fast-Swap User Profiles I get it: Apple wants to make the iPad as obvious and uncluttered as possible Profiles sound like something you’d do with a PC everything shoved into walled columns iOS is supposed to be post-PC — as simple as reading a book Books don’t have profiles you just pick them up and start reading But that assumes you’re an adult not a little kid and Apple’s assumptions about who’s using its devices make iOS a problematic environment to regulate whether you’re trying to keep your wee one from unintentionally calling your boss or simply ensuring they’re not being distracted by ancillary iOS features they don’t know how to control or dismiss Fast-swap user profiles would provide the foundation for the sort of curated play-space a toddler needs Make the swap itself a gesture that prompts for a passcode or put a button in the Control Center — whatever works best But at least give parents the option There’s no magical child-adult interface that works for everyone Not yet And while we’re waiting for something smart and semantic enough to get the job done profiles would help parents better navigate that fact Stricter Restrictions Why can’t I lock access to Settings at the Home screen level to prevent my child from throwing switches iOS won’t let me hide (like Wi-Fi or Bluetooth) with restrictions fully enabled Why can icons on the Home screen be locked in place (or just certain ones) so they can’t be dragged around or accidentally dropped into containers Why can’t I disable the Messages Mail and Music icons or all the other front page apps I wouldn’t want a child poking around in (Calendar Photos Contacts Maps Videos etc) Why can’t I turn off Control Center and/or Notification Center entirely Restrictions that Remember What You Picked Profiles would solve this in theory assuming restrictions followed each profile But assuming we won’t see profiles soon… Restrictions are already pretty granular which is great if you want to micromanage iOS usage scenarios However they’re bad if you’re in a hurry and need to reenable five or six things but you can’t be bothered to hunt them down Most days I just tap Disable Restrictions The problem’s that when I reenable Restrictions all the settings are back to defaults Never mind profiles just allow Restrictions to remember your settings and put a “reset” button somewhere for users who want the reset-to-defaults option Guided Access that’s Multi-App Inclusive Guided Access — a very cool iOS feature if you’re not already using it — currently lets you lock your iPad or iPhone to a single app then control which features are accessible It’s a firewall that can temporarily turn an iOS device into a singular experience protecting the rest of your workspace from accidental input and keeping your little one focused by eliminating accidentally invoked dialogue-panel-related distractions Trouble is Guided Access is limited to one app at a time so your child cant switch between it and others when boredom kicks in I’d love to see Apple offer the option to navigate between multiple approved apps all regulated by Guided Access allowing you to craft your own custom play-spaces Time Limits For some reason I assumed iOS already had this probably because everything else does OS X has Parental Controls for instance: elaborate profile-based strictures that include the option to limit apps allow access to only specific websites dictate who the user can interact with and set time limits 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