The average U.S. citizen is tired of all the corruption in our nation's capital. They're tired of the lies, the kickbacks, and the personal agendas that take precedence over the needs of middle-class America. They're also tired of cookie-cutter Presidents who have made the term politician a four-letter word. Ethan Ward is tired of it, too. Consequently, he sets out to show the American people that there can be honesty in Washington. Ethan is an average guy; married, father of three, and owner of a small construction company located in Gordon, Wisconsin. Like many small businesses today, Ethan's company struggles to stay afloat in a failing ecomy. When he decides to make a run for the White House, he does it the old-fashioned way. He travels the country in an old RV. He campaigns in AmeriMart parking lots. He meets the people, and the people support him - because he's one of them. There's double-talk. No lofty promises that can't possibly be fulfilled. Just a straight forward, -holds-barred platform that brings out the worst in the other candidates, because this body just might take it all.