State of California (Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Solano, Sonoma Counties) November 7, 2000 Election
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Profit From Saving Earth & It's Inhabitants

By Pamela Elizondo

Candidate for United States Representative; District 1

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If our public servants diverted Taxpayer's money now wasted on creating misery to employment restoting our Earth everything will PROFIT!
If the oil industry received the recently allotted billion dollars of Taxpayer's money to employ people to create biodegradable substitutes for fossil fuel products, with grants, tax deductions, exemptions only to further that work, the need for oil warfare will end as well as the destruction of oil extraction to the Earth.

If the trillions of dollars sent to China for weapon development & Internet were spent on employment here, reforesting the Earth with Hemp & Marijuana as a replacement just for paper, fossil fuel products, hydroelectricity via biomass, we could employ almost billions of people for many years.

Employment rather then imprisonment stops the profit from enforcement of personal choice infringement of law issues. Our Judges & penal officers should profit from marketing products their marijuana criminal contacts produce rather than their incarceration in jail or prison, asset seizure. A $15 an hour, 30 hour work week, $300 monthly living stipend would pay $27,000 yearly, way less then any yearly stay in jail or prison. The need for welfare almost discontinued.

If the billions of dollars spent balding mountains along highway 101 because 2 rocks fell on the highway were diverted to employment at decent wages Northern California would be well on it's way to financial and ecological enhancement rather than bankruptcy.

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