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  1. edward halloran

    we need to have a capitalist govt, it does no good at all to go on and on discussing specific issues, the problem is not one single tax, or expenditure, the problem is socialism. We need to demand that our candidates publish a specific agenda before they can be considered, and all the incumbents that have voted socialist have to be considered exempt from being considered.


    1. It might help if MORE people from the community came out to the five candidate forums and ask about the candidates specific agenda. . .just sayin!

      1. edward

        I have never heard of the five candidate forums. I will not be voting for anyone who does not publish their intentions online for me (and everyone else) to see. There is not one of the elected officials in the republican party that are not socialist. All of the republican voters are capitalist, but none of our officials. that is why prop “c” passed by so much. not one single politician will even use the word “socialism” let alone admit that is the problem. We need to have more ballot initiatives, such as a commercial rights amendment, and a flat tax, we will never get our freedom back from any of the incumbents .


        1. Two more chances to ask your questions about their agenda, look them in the eye and make up your mind. Hope you can make one. . . just sayin!

          March 23rd, 10am – 120 City Hall Drive, Eureka
          March 25th, 7pm – Daniel Boone Library Auditorium, Ellisville

          1. edward.

            has even one, just one, published an agenda online? is even one of them a capitalist? I WILL NOT vote for another pink elephant. let them publish their agenda and if they have held office before after I have looked up their voting record, I will be happy to work full time for any capitalist candidates. Where are they? who are they? I am not going to waste any more of my life listening to rhetoric from socialist. They will not answer any questions at these events and certainly don’t have time to go through the whole “devils dialogue” on every single issue.

  2. edward halloran

    We need to have a commercial rights amendment. There is currently no protection of our commercial rights under either the fed or state constitution . Free people may not be told by anyone what legal commodities to buy or sell .
    Free people may not be told by anyone How much of those commodities to buy or sell or produce or to own.
    Free people may not be told by anyone who to buy from, or sell to.
    Free people may not be told by anyone what price to buy at or sell for.

  3. edward halloran

    We need to have a free market rights amendment. we have no protection from govt owning a business or chartering a monopoly in either the fed or state constitution. In this state we can use ballot initiative. we can abolish the right of any govt (state, county, or city) to own a business or give one business monopoly rights. (and we need to get the “peoples republicans” out of the party)

  4. edward halloran

    We need to have a flat state tax of 1% after the first $25,000, no exemptions , no deductions, from each individual. This should be collected a year in advance, (no spending money this year based on what they think we will make next year, the amount collected will be the budget, no deficit spending) until the state debt is paid, 20% of what is collected must go to the debt. This would automatically end all socialist taxes, (special tax, sales tax, property tax withholding and payroll)

  5. edward halloran

    we need to close the state branches of the fed/state bureaucracy govt. as long as we allow that to exist, that is our de facto govt. We need to sell the assets of that bureaucracy back into the economy at a zero minimum, closed bid auction, open to any citizen of Missouri, with no restrictions on the use or sale of those assets, along with any businesses owned by them (IE state owned colleges)

  6. edward halloran

    It is embarrassing that a 3/4 republican state legislature has passed mosira, aerotropolis, a barge subsidy, a soccer subsidy, a hiring subsidy etc, etc, etc, The problem with the economy is the socialism, we don’t want “conservative” socialism, we don’t want “cheaper” socialism. We don’t want “simpler” socialism. we don’t want republican socialism. We want to end the socialism and live in a free capitalist country.

  7. edward halloran

    It’s OK to tell them to “shut up” The socialist will insist on constant debate on meaningless side issues while their takeover is implemented, It’s OK to say ” I will explain it to you later” don’t get roped into discussing whether a commodity is good or not (such as health care) say simply that it may not be owned by the govt. Do not let them get you to discuss how cheap it is (even when you know it’s never cheap from them) and say only that the govt may not own it.

  8. edward halloran

    every fascist policy has it’s own built in fail safe mechanism. They will tell you about wonderful things done for people who badly needed it by social security. Why do we need social security? because you are going to need it ! why do we need it? because all that money was with held from our paychecks and “contributed” to social security ! Why do we need to pay for social security ? because you are going to need it ! etc etc etc.

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