Alameda, Santa Clara County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Smart Voter Political Philosophy for Howard Mora

Candidate for
United States Representative; District 13

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Political Philosophy

Government is too large. It affects ordinary citizens in too many ways. Large government programs creates problems and then claims that only another program can solve that problem. Often, these programs take our money and spend it in ways we never would and regulate our lives, making it more difficult to accomplish our goals with the money we have left.

Libertarians offer an alternative to large government. Freedom.

You Deserve to be Free

As a Libertarian, I deny that the government can take your earnings or your property and dispose of it as they wish. I also deny that government can regulate your life as they see fit.

I hold that government exists to protect the right to life, liberty, and property.

Our government should not initiate force against individuals or nations, should not take the earnings or property of any individual, and should not interfere in the relations between individuals.

When elected, I will pursue the following three goals as my top priority:

1. End the insane War on Drugs
2. Free people from the Income Tax
3. Ensure law-abiding citizens the right to protect themselves and their families

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