Notice to Voters2019-05-10T22:17:18+00:00


I promise that “I say what I mean and mean what I say!”


What is really in their heart?

As you look at my website and the websites of my opponents please notice who gives you full details on each topic. A politician’s common trick on the voters is to talk in weak circles making lots of promises and wild claims having no idea how he or she will ever accomplish them. An example is like “we must balance the budget” that they yell! Of course we do! In most cases the candidate has no intensions of accomplishing any of the claims or promises or have no idea how to accomplish the wild claims and promises. They only want you to think they will in order to get your vote! Check them out! I do not do that in any way!

“I say what I mean and mean what I say!”

Example: One candidate claims they “will work to make Social Security and Medicare solvent”. How? When? There are 434 other House of Representatives members and a full 100 members in the Senate to work with to accomplish any goal (that is 534 politicians to convince). How will they do it? When will they do it? Does the candidate even understand how Social Security and Medicare is funded, how the budget works, and what the future finances of Social Security and Medicare actually are? I doubt it! ASK THEM!

” I say what I mean and mean what I say!”

There are many typical wild shallow claims (perhaps even naïve claims) with no substance to them hoping to fool or trick YOU, the voter, in to voting for that candidate. Please ask hard questions of me and every other candidate on claims and promises for their offered accomplishments. I expect that my fellow candidates will have NO IDEA how they are going to accomplish any wild claim they make.

“I say what I mean and mean what I say!”