David Harlow for Congress 2012 – OH-10

From David Harlow’s webste: http://www.harlowforcongress.com/index.html

OCCUPATION: Retired Chemical engineer (EFTEC, Dayton, 30 years).

EDUCATION: BA in Chemistry, Antioch College, 1970; MS in Chemical Engineering, U of Dayton, 1989.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR OFFICE: Ardent supporter of Ross Perot, sporadically politcially active since the Civil Rights and Anti-war movement of the Sixties. I haven’t taken any money from Wall Street, nor will I ever.

From David Harlow on the issues: http://www.harlowforcongress.com/issues.html

Companies that are too big to fail should not be rewarded.
We must reindustrialize the United States, especially in manufacturing. Too many jobs have been lost.

No more American Empire!
World War II has been over for over 60 years. We need to re-establish American military priorities based on our
national needs.

Challenge the legal status of corporations.
Corporations cannot currently be punished as individual citizens if they do wrong.
Get our troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan.
Phoneticize the English language.
This will make it easier to learn our language.

Secure the border. No new children for welfare recipients.

No objection to guest worker program.
Immigration would be limited to the skills that we need. Global warming is coming.
Develop a water policy that is fair and equitable to all.
“Cap and Trade” is not the right way to go.

Declare an end to affirmative action. Place limitations on ‘pork’.
Stop ‘bridges to nowhere” and other projects that benefit only a handful of people.

Decriminalization of marijuana.
It doesn’t make sense to throw people in prison for such a minor offense.

Place an emphasis on math and science in education.
Place an emphasis on infrastructure and alternative energy.

Innovative spirit.
The National Debt.
The debt is spiraling out of control. We need to make cutbacks.

The Federal Government needs to get out of this business as it is not working.

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