John Henry Decker's Political Positions

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John Decker 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

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  • John Decker. Issue Position: National Debt. 1 January 2012. “We need to pay attention. Deficit spending is like the escalating credit card bill that gets tougher and tougher to pay. Soon you have to make difficult choices, and then you can't even pay it. Our Government is the same. They will take more and more in taxes to pay our debt while continuing their wasteful spending. And you will have less. Less to spend on your own family and less to give to the community. This will hurt all of us. Especially those organizations that rely upon our charitable giving and the family you work so hard in order to support.” (votesmart.org)
  • John Decker. Video: John Henry Decker renews Us with American History. 1 August 2012. “Since 2008 our government has spent recklessly trying to replicate the failed Keneysian economic policies.” (youtu.be)

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  • John Decker. Twitter: deckerjh. 1 June 2012. “If you think these economic numbers are bad just wait until costs of #ObamaCare, and its uncertainties, kick in Jan 1” (twitter.com)
  • John Decker. Twitter: deckerjh. 28 June 2012. “I remember the purpose of #ObamaCare was to reduce the costs in healthcare & provide more coverage; seems now it's a tax w/o cost controls “ (twitter.com)

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