Representative in Congress
Occupation: Research & Development Chemist
Occupational Background: Worked construction jobs before and during college; Teaching and research positions at Utah State University, North Carolina State University, and the University of Oregon.
Educational Background: B.S., Fort Lewis College; M.S., Utah State University; Ph.D., North Carolina State University
Prior Governmental Experience: None
Economy and Jobs
To create jobs and stimulate the economy we must get government off our backs, out of our wallets, and out of the way!
I promise to:
- Work to eliminate debt, reckless spending, and to stop the redistribution of property. Current socialist practices of forcing some citizens to labor for the benefit of others are merely other forms of slavery and theft.
- Support a flat or self-limiting sales tax that will prevent tax burdens from exceeding our ability to pay.
- Make health care affordable by repealing the recently passed health care bill, enacting tort reform to prevent frivolous lawsuits, and returning medical care to an efficient free market system.
- Work to relieve costly unconstitutional regulations.
- We cannot afford to be the world’s policeman, to provide military services for other nations, or continue dragging our nation through one undeclared war after another. Our military must secure our borders—not everyone else’s.
- The government must get out of the way of energy exploration, production and development.
- Return all funding and control of education to the state and local level.
- The right to keep and bear arms, as with all other basic rights, is an individual right that must not be infringed or impeded in any way.
- I will work to restore the Constitutional Republic established by our Founders.
- I oppose abortion and will vote to stop all federal funding to any entity that promotes or carries out this morally reprehensible practice.
Check the Constitution Party statement in this pamphlet and go to lamunyonforcongress.com for more information.
(This information furnished by Don LaMunyon.)