The federal government is listening to us … just not the way we want them to. This week, a federal judge said the NSA phone monitoring program of the American people is likely unconstitutional. That’s only a surprise in Washington.
Don’t you wish the career politicians and bureaucrats would listen to us on what really matters? Well, I do too.
That’s why I’m running for the Senate. I want the federal government out of my business, out of my pockets, and off my phone. I want them focused on cutting the federal debt, getting a balanced budget, and reducing burdensome regulations so our economy can grow again. To be more blunt, we need to fix the problems Washington and career politicians have caused.
I’ve proposed some common sense steps I believe would get our economy working again while reducing the debt politicians have been placing on our tab:
- Eliminate the nearly half a trillion dollars in redundant agencies and programs at the federal level
- Remove unnecessary regulations on private enterprise and energy producing strategies
- Repeal Obamacare so people can keep their health insurance of choice and avoid higher costs
- Focus on expanding our exports so the economy grows and we get good paying, private sector jobs
- Stop raising the debt ceiling, balance the budget, and live within our means
Our economy is just waiting for some common sense ideas like most people in business generate every day. If we implemented these five basic steps, government would be smaller and our economy would be larger.
It will take an outsider to help get it done. Furthermore, it will take someone who has experience turning things around. I’ve been helping companies in the private sector my entire career fix problems. I’m ready to get to work on Washington so America can grow again! How about you?