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David L. Miller

David Miller's Issue Positions (Political Courage Test)

Full Name: David L. Miller
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Irene; 4 Children
Birth Date: 04/15/1964
Birth Place: Westminster, CA
Home City: Glendora, CA
Religion: Christian
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David Miller refused to tell citizens where he stands on any of the issues addressed in the 2012 Political Courage Test, despite repeated requests from Vote Smart, national media, and prominent political leaders.

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Issue Positions

In response to the increasing unwillingness of candidates to answer issue questions, Project Vote Smart has researched Presidential and Congressional candidates' public records to determine candidates' likely responses on certain key issues. These issue positions, from the year 2012, are provided below as a courtesy to voters.

Pro-life Inferred Answer Abortion: Do you generally support pro-choice or pro-life legislation? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "c) Should abortion be legal when the pregnancy resulted from incest or rape?" Abortion Issues Other or expanded principles: "We should always try to save every life, we do not need to choose between the mother and the child."
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Pro-life" for: "a) Do you consider yourself pro-choice or pro-life?" Abortion Issues Other or expanded principles: "We should always try to save every life, we do not need to choose between the mother and the child."
  • David Miller. Issue Position: Abortion. 5 July 2012. "This law, originally passed in 1940, provides for the protection of the American Bald Eagle (as amended in 1962) by prohibiting the removal, sale, purchase, barter, offer to sell, purchase or barter, transport, export or import, of any egg, alive or dead, including any part¦ This statute was passed because we as a people believe at the end of the gestation period a life will emerge, and an American bald eagle will be hatched. If we leave the human fetus in the womb until the end of the gestation period a human being will be born. I believe the main role of the U.S. Government is to protect our life, liberty and property and without life we have no reason to protect our liberty or property." (www.vote4miller.net)
  • David Miller. Facebook: Wall. 14 May 2012. "Grace Napolitano Fails Catholic Scorecard 0% out of 100%, Vote for David Miller who will always stand up for life." (www.facebook.com)
  • David Miller. Home: Foundational Moral Values. 15 June 2012. "I believe in the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness - and in the inherent value and equality of all people as endowed by their Creator. Our country was founded on the understanding that a moral conscience is absolutely essential for a people to self-govern and maintain their natural rights." (www.vote4miller.net)
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "d) Should abortion be legal when the life of the woman is endangered?" Abortion Issues Other or expanded principles: "We should always try to save every life, we do not need to choose between the mother and the child."
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Yes" for: "e) Should federal subsidies be prohibited from being used for abortion procedures?" Abortion Issues Other or expanded principles: "We should always try to save every life, we do not need to choose between the mother and the child."
No Inferred Answer Afghanistan: Do you support United States' combat operations in Afghanistan? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "b) Do you support increasing military assistance for Afghanistan?" International Policy Issues Other or expanded principles: "i) As long as the trading agreements are fair to the US"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "a) Do you support United States military action in Afghanistan?" International Policy Issues Other or expanded principles: "i) As long as the trading agreements are fair to the US"
Yes Inferred Answer Budget: In order to balance the budget, do you support reducing defense spending? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Home: Strong Defense. 15 June 2012. "A strong, well-equipped military is the only means of protecting our lives, preserving our liberty and securing our national posterity. We must always be ready to defend our homeland and protect our ability to purse trade and ensure our economic survival." (www.vote4miller.net)
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Slightly Decrease" for: "c) Defense" Indicate what federal funding levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category- you can use a number more than once. Other or expanded principles: "Most all of the existing programs must be reduced or eliminated over time"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Slightly Decrease" for: "Indicate what federal funding levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category- you can use a number more than once. c) Defense" Indicate what federal funding levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category- you can use a number more than once. Other or expanded principles: "Most all of the existing programs must be reduced or eliminated over time"
Yes Inferred Answer Budget: In order to balance the budget, do you support an income tax increase on any tax bracket? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Slightly Increase" for: "Indicate what federal tax levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category- you can use a number more than once. f) Income taxes (low-income families)"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Slightly Increase" for: "f) Income taxes (low-income families)"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Slightly Increase" for: "h) Income taxes (high-income families)"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Slightly Increase" for: "Indicate what federal tax levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category- you can use a number more than once. h) Income taxes (high-income families)"
  • David Miller. Home: Free-market Economic Growth. 15 June 2012. "I support a fair-tax for all Americans, limited regulation and repealing the inheritance tax to spur private investment - the only proven way to grow the economy and create sustainable jobs." (www.vote4miller.net)
No Inferred Answer Economy: Do you support federal spending as a means of promoting economic growth? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Facebook: Timeline. 22 May 2012. "Big Spending Politicians are the problem" (www.facebook.com)
  • David Miller. Home: Limited Constitutional Governance. 15 June 2012. "We need to stop the grossly irresponsible spending of our tax dollars if we are to have a real chance of regaining our prosperity and personal liberty. Government cannot create wealth, it can only consume it." (www.vote4miller.net)
  • David Miller. Facebook: Timeline. 4 June 2012. "Tired of Big Spending Politicians, Vote them out !!!" (www.facebook.com)
  • David Miller. Twitter: @Miller4Congress. 24 July 2010. "Are you Conservative or just Republicans, if you only support the "R"' even if they vote for unconstitutional spending - Conservative means?" (twitter.com)
  • David Miller. Twitter: @Miller4Congress. 3 September 2010. "Then the private sector employers will be able to create Jobs" (twitter.com)
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "5) Do you support using government funds in an effort to stimulate and improve the economy?" Budget, Spending, and Tax Issues Other or expanded principles: "#5, the government does not have funds, it's the people's money"
Unknown Position Unknown Answer Economy: Do you support providing tax incentives to businesses for the purpose of job creation? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Despite exhaustive research, Project Vote Smart was unable to find information about this candidate's position.
No Inferred Answer Education: Do you support requiring states to implement education reforms in order to be eligible for competitive federal grants? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Eliminate" for: "Indicate what federal funding levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category- you can use a number more than once. d) Education" Indicate what federal funding levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category- you can use a number more than once. Other or expanded principles: "Most all of the existing programs must be reduced or eliminated over time"
  • David Miller. Twitter: @Miller4Congress. 11 March 2012. "One city and state at a time , let's keep up the pressure!!! SCHOOL CHOICE" https://twitter.com/vote4miller/status/178998222696615936 (tinyurl.com)
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "a) Do you support federal education standards and testing requirements for K-12 students?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "d) Do you support federal funding for K-12 school vouchers?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "c) Do you support federal funding for charter schools?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "b) Do you support federal funding for universal pre-K programs?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Eliminate" for: "d) Education" Indicate what federal funding levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category- you can use a number more than once. Other or expanded principles: "Most all of the existing programs must be reduced or eliminated over time"
  • David Miller. Issue Position: Education. 15 June 2012. "It is not the responsibility of the Federal Government to be involved in the education of it's people, only to protect people from having their right to an education taken away by another person or state, such as in the civil rights movement. Education should be a issue left to each individual State. The Citizens of each State should decide how and if they want their government involved in the education of it's citizenry." (votesmart.org)
  • Hazel Lodevico-To'o. Patch.com: Six Questions For Congressional Candidate David Miller. 31 May 2012. "The Constitution gives specific areas (Article 1 Section 8) in which we the people have delegated to the Federal Government. A few areas as an example, where the Federal Government has no authority. 1. Education [¦] Education is not a Federal issue. Again, according to the Constitution I have no legal authority in the area of education." (baldwinpark.patch.com)
Unknown Position Unknown Answer Energy: Do you support reducing restrictions on offshore energy production? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Yes" for: "e) Do you support domestic oil exploration in federally-protected areas?"
No Inferred Answer Environment: Do you support the federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Issue Position: Jobs and Economy. 1 January 2012. "Environmental protection and labor relations have no place in Washington DC where cronyism obstructs American's abilities to thrive." (votesmart.org)
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "d) Do you support strengthening fuel efficiency standards on all gasoline and diesel-powered engines, including cars, trucks, and sport utility vehicles?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "c) Do you support allowing energy producers to trade carbon credits under a "cap and trade" system?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "a) Do you support enacting environmental regulations aimed at reducing the effects of climate change?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "b) Do you support international emissions targets aimed at reducing the effects of climate change?"
  • David Miller. Issue Position: Environment & Energy. 15 June 2012. "The current Cap & Trade legislation being proposed is another example of unconstitutional governmental over-reach to basically extort money from free enterprise by using environmentalism as the cover. This is nothing more than the manipulation of scientific data to concoct a big scam which binds America to global agreements that are intended to re-distribute Americans wealth to other countries." (votesmart.org)
No Inferred Answer Guns: Do you support restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "d) Do you support a ban on assault rifles?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Yes" for: "b) Do you believe that the Second Amendment guarantees the right of individual citizens to own guns?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "a) Do you support restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Yes" for: "c) Do you support allowing individuals to carry concealed guns?"
  • David Miller. Issue Position: Right to Bear Arms. 15 June 2012. "The second amendment is clear. Citizens have the right to own firearms." (votesmart.org)
  • David Miller. Issue Position: Guns. 15 June 2012. "Under The US Constitution, it states that, "A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed" This right was not established, so we could go hunting or protect our home from domestic crimes, it was written into the constitution for the purpose of keeping the people free from the tyranny of a out of control government." (votesmart.org)
Yes Inferred Answer Health Care: Do you support repealing the 2010 Affordable Care Act? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Yes" for: "b) Do you support expanding access to health care through commercial health insurance reform?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "a) Do you support a publicly-administered health insurance option?"
  • David Miller. Issue Position: Health Care. 1 January 2012. "The premise that somehow healthcare or health insurance is a right is faulty. Health insurance is NOT a right and is outside of the purview of the Congress in this Republic under our Constitution. Healthcare and/or insurance is a good or service which individual citizens have a right to provide, or not provide, for themselves. The current law is clearly an over-reach of our federal government and unconstitutional spending of our tax dollars." (votesmart.org)
  • David Miller. Issue Position: Healthcare. 15 June 2012. "The Premis is faulty, it is not the responsibility to provide healthcare or insurance to it's citizens atleast not in this Republic under our Constitution." (votesmart.org)
  • Hazel Lodevico-To'o. Patch.com: Six Questions For Congressional Candidate David Miller. 31 May 2012. "The Constitution gives specific areas (Article 1 Section 8) in which we the people have delegated to the Federal Government. A few areas as an example, where the Federal Government has no authority [¦] 2. Healthcare." (baldwinpark.patch.com)
  • David Miller. Facebook: Timeline. 28 June 2012. "If America does not stand up to tirrany now America is over... ObamaCare" (www.facebook.com)
Yes Inferred Answer Immigration: Do you support requiring illegal immigrants to return to their country of origin before they are eligible for citizenship? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Twitter: @Miller4Congress. 3 September 2010. "These actions make it clear,Arizona,and the Sheriff, is Washington's new whipping boy,"Arpaio said."It's time to take the gloves off." (twitter.com)
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "a) Do you support a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants?"
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Yes" for: "d) Do you support the enforcement of federal immigration laws by state and local police?"
  • David Miller. Issue Position: Immigration. 15 June 2012. "We need to agree upon the premis, before we can further discuss the issue. When we speak of immigration, people generally think of their grandparents. They were all immigrants, therefore it must be a good thing immigration. However, when immigration is discussed in todays context, we are talking about the Illegal Invasion into our sovereing Country. We as a country must control our immigration for many reasons, but for the federal governmant to not do one of their primary responsibilities, protect and defend us from foreign invasion is being neglegent in its primary mandate. Illegal entry into any country is wrong and there is no excuse for why we have not controlled our borders." (votesmart.org)
No Inferred Answer Marriage: Do you support same-sex marriage? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Yes" for: "a) Should marriage only be between one man and one woman?"
  • David Miller. Issue Position: Marriage. 15 June 2012. "I believe marriage is ordained by God as a covenant between one man and one woman. An intact family made up of a father and a mother is the foundational pillar of any moral society. There is no Constitutional mandate to establish a federal law on marriage, Therefore, each individual state should have the right to decide for themselves what they wish, and citizens can then vote with their feet and live in a particular state accordingly. But this in no way obligates any state to recognize the legality of any marriage law or statute from another state." (votesmart.org)
Unknown Position Unknown Answer National Security: Do you support targeting suspected terrorists outside of official theaters of conflict? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "No" for: "d) Should the United States continue to strike suspected terrorist targets in Pakistan?" International Policy Issues Other or expanded principles: "i) As long as the trading agreements are fair to the US"
Yes Inferred Answer Social Security: Do you support allowing individuals to divert a portion of their Social Security taxes into personal retirement accounts? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • David Miller. DEMOCRATS REFUSE TO CUT SPENDING, CAUSING GOVERNMENT TO DEFAULT. 2 July 2011. "Now that social security is spending more than it takes in, the borrowed money to balance all those years of budgets is owed to social security, sorry folks the money is gone...THE SOLUTION, The only remedy to our current financial condition is to reduce the size of the federal government, by returning back to the citizens the responsibiltiy to provide for themselves the necessities of life." (miller4congress.blogspot.com)
  • David Miller. Project Vote Smart: 2010 California Congressional Political Courage Test. Selected "Yes" for: "a) Do you support privatizing elements of Social Security?" Business and Employment Issues Other or expanded principles: "Eventually the requirement for S.S. should be eliminated. People can start or have unions, just as employers should be able to choose whether they want a union business."
  • David Miller. Issue Position: Social Security. 1 January 2012. "The so-called "Social Security Trust Fund" has been raided since its inception. This injustice has occurred under the rule of both political parties. If the "trust fund" were left alone, there would be approximately $2.5 TRILLION in the account today, and that is not counting more than 75 years of interest. I will work to ensure Social Security is solvent for seniors, who have planned their financial lives around it." (votesmart.org)
  • David Miller. Social SECURITY “ REALLY! 5 August 2010. "I have a suggestion for how we can begin the process of stopping the ponzi scheme. I am 46 years of age and do not expect to get S.S. when I stop working, if ever. I would like to pass legislation allowing those who are willing to opt out of S.S. and willingly sign over any "rights" or claim they may have on future benefits or claims against any deposits made into Social Security." (miller4congress.blogspot.com)

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California Congressional Election 2010 Political Courage Test

This candidate has responded to a Political Courage Test in a previous election. As a continued effort to provide the American public with factual information on candidates running for public office, these archived responses are made available here.

Pro-lifeCandidate Answera) Do you consider yourself pro-choice or pro-life?
Nob) Should abortion be legal only within the first trimester of pregnancy?
Noc) Should abortion be legal when the pregnancy resulted from incest or rape?
Nod) Should abortion be legal when the life of the woman is endangered?
Yese) Should federal subsidies be prohibited from being used for abortion procedures?
f) Other or expanded principles

We should always try to save every life, we do not need to choose between the mother and the child.

1) Spending
Indicate what federal funding levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category- you can use a number more than once.
Greatly Decreasea) Agriculture
Eliminateb) Arts
Slightly Decreasec) Defense
Maintain Status1) Intelligence operations
Maintain Status2) Military hardware
Greatly Increase3) National missile defense
Maintain Status4) Salary and benefits for active duty personnel
Greatly Decrease5) Programs to improve troop retention rates
Maintain Status6) Research and development of new weapons
Eliminated) Education
Slightly Decreasee) Environment
Maintain Statusf) Homeland security
Greatly Decreaseg) International aid
Greatly Decreaseh) Medical research
Greatly Decreasei) Scientific research
Greatly Decreasej) Space exploration
Greatly Decreasek) United Nations
Eliminatel) Welfare
m) Other or expanded categories

Most all of the existing programs must be reduced or eliminated over time

2) Taxes
Indicate what federal tax levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category- you can use a number more than once.
Maintain Statusa) Alcohol taxes
Eliminateb) Capital gains taxes
Greatly Decreasec) Cigarette taxes
Eliminated) Corporate taxes
Maintain Statuse) Gasoline taxes
Slightly Increasef) Income taxes (low-income families)
Slightly Decreaseg) Income taxes (middle-income families)
Slightly Increaseh) Income taxes (high-income families)
i) Other or expanded categories
YesCandidate Answer3) Do you support the elimination of the federal estate tax?
Yes4) Do you support requiring the federal budget to be balanced each year?
NoCandidate Answer5) Do you support using government funds in an effort to stimulate and improve the economy?
6) Other or expanded principles

#5, the government does not have funds, it's the people's money

YesCandidate Answera) Do you support privatizing elements of Social Security?
Yesb) Do you support reducing government regulations on the private sector?
Noc) Do you support increasing the federal minimum wage?
Yesd) Do you support the ability of workers to unionize?
Noe) Do you support federal funding for job-training programs that retrain displaced workers?
f) Other or expanded principles

Eventually the requirement for S.S. should be eliminated. People can start or have unions, just as employers should be able to choose whether they want a union business.

Yesa) Do you support increasing the amount individuals are permitted to contribute to federal campaigns?
Nob) Should Congress regulate indirect campaign contributions from corporations and unions?
Yesc) Do you support removing all contribution limits on federal campaigns?
Yesd) Should candidates for federal office be encouraged to meet voluntary spending limits?
Noe) Do you support giving the President the power of the line item veto for items concerning appropriations?
Nof) Do you support limiting the President's ability to define how legislation is applied through the use of signing statements?
g) Other or expanded principles
YesCandidate Answera) Do you support capital punishment for certain crimes?
Nob) Do you support programs that provide prison inmates with vocational and job-related training and job-placement assistance when released?
Noc) Do you support programs that provide prison inmates with substance abuse treatment?
Nod) Do you support reduced prison sentences for non-violent offenders?
Noe) Do you support mandatory prison sentences for selling illegal drugs?
f) Other or expanded principles
NoCandidate Answera) Do you support federal education standards and testing requirements for K-12 students?
Nob) Do you support federal funding for universal pre-K programs?
Noc) Do you support federal funding for charter schools?
Nod) Do you support federal funding for K-12 school vouchers?
Noe) Do you support the federal government providing college students with financial aid?
f) Other or expanded principles
NoCandidate Answera) Do you support enacting environmental regulations aimed at reducing the effects of climate change?
Nob) Do you support international emissions targets aimed at reducing the effects of climate change?
Noc) Do you support allowing energy producers to trade carbon credits under a "cap and trade" system?
Nod) Do you support strengthening fuel efficiency standards on all gasoline and diesel-powered engines, including cars, trucks, and sport utility vehicles?
Yese) Do you support domestic oil exploration in federally-protected areas?
Nof) Do you support federal funding for the development of alternative energy?
Yesg) Do you support the development of nuclear reactors?
h) Other or expanded principles
NoCandidate Answera) Do you support restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns?
Yesb) Do you believe that the Second Amendment guarantees the right of individual citizens to own guns?
Yesc) Do you support allowing individuals to carry concealed guns?
Nod) Do you support a ban on assault rifles?
e) Other or expanded principles
NoCandidate Answera) Do you support a publicly-administered health insurance option?
Yesb) Do you support expanding access to health care through commercial health insurance reform?
Noc) Should the federal government expand eligibility for tax-free medical savings accounts?
Yesd) Do you support monetary limits on damages that can be collected in malpractice lawsuits?
Noe) Do you support relaxing regulations on the importation of prescription drugs?
f) Other or expanded principles
NoCandidate Answera) Do you support a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants?
Yesb) Do you support decreasing the number of legal immigrants allowed into the country?
Yesc) Do you support establishing English as the official national language?
Yesd) Do you support the enforcement of federal immigration laws by state and local police?
e) Other or expanded principles
NoCandidate Answera) Do you support United States military action in Afghanistan?
Nob) Do you support increasing military assistance for Afghanistan?
Noc) Do you support increasing economic development assistance for Afghanistan?
Nod) Should the United States continue to strike suspected terrorist targets in Pakistan?
Noe) Do you support granting aid to countries when it is in the security interests of the United States?
Nof) Should the United States support the creation of a Palestinian state?
Yesg) Do you support increasing sanctions on Iran if it continues to defy United Nations mandates?
Yesh) Do you support the withdrawal of United States troops from Iraq?
Yesi) Do you support the United States' involvement in free trade agreements?
j) Other or expanded principles

i) As long as the trading agreements are fair to the US

YesCandidate Answera) Should marriage only be between one man and one woman?
Nob) Do you support allowing openly-gay men and women to serve in the United States military?
Noc) Do you support federal funding for embryonic stem cell research?
Yesd) Should the federal government end affirmative action programs?
e) Other or expanded principles
Please explain in a total of 100 words or less, your top two or three priorities if elected. If they require additional funding for implementation, please explain how you would obtain this funding.

Establish the Constitution and it's principles for how and if we enact legislation. All legislation must reference it's constitutional authority. Reduce Federal spending and regulation. Article 1 Section 8 are the only areas given to the federal government to establish uniform rules for unity between our republic of seperate States. Enact a constitutional amendment requiring a balanced budget. Any federal regulation which infringes upon the bill of rights shall be repealed.

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