What is your “no compromise” issue for the 2012 election?


Big Government

This Government is too Big!

For me, picking just one single “no compromise” issue is like picking one cute puppy out of a litter of cute puppies.

I would say my “no compromise” issue is to simply reduce and then limit the Federal Government’s reach into businesses and our private lives.

By applying this mission statement the conservative wish list would eventually be dealt with:

  • The elimination of the EPA, IRS, Dept of Education
  • The national debt reduced to acceptable levels
  • Lower Corporate and personal income taxes
  • A secure border by enforcing the law and not by building a fence
  • The elimination of federal employee unions.
  • We must also open up our natural resources to drilling and mining.
Big Government

Smaller Government but not small enough.

Our manufacturing base needs to stand on its own.

Having a self-sufficient manufacturing base will propel our country into a greener and more environmentally correct consumer nation. Just think of all of the diesel fuel we’ll save by not importing goods from China and how clean the air will be when China can shut down their excess coal burning electric plants.

Bachmann and Cain have both indicated that they would focus on

Big Government

This one's just right!

reducing the size of our government and the national debt. Cain is focused on the “Fair Tax” and abolishing the IRS. While Bachmann’s declared project is the repeal of ObamaCare. ObamaCare has to go or it will sink our country economically all by itself.

Both are good conservative candidates but I’m leaning heavily toward Cain.

In 2010 conservatives were not sent to Washington D.C. to compromise; they were sent there to undo the compromises of the past.

My votes will go to the candidates at all levels who state they will never compromise our local or national governments into economic suicide.

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About FishyGov

Practicing Independent Conservative and recovering Liberal celebrating 20 years of political sobriety.

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