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Amador, El Dorado, Sacramento, San Joaquin Counties, CA November 7, 2006 Election
Smart Voter Political Philosophy for Janice M. Bonser

Candidate for
Member of the State Assembly; District 10

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I cry for Haditha...I believe in peace. I cried when I read about Haditha. Nine year old Ima was reluctant to talk, however she was encouraged.

"Because they hurt us, we want the Americans to be executed...we did not do anything to them..." Ima's parents, grand-parents, brother and two uncles were murdered by American solders. As an American I call all our solders home. Please read about Haditha. Click here

Flowering hemp destroys THC in marijuana for a 10 miles radius. THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol),is the stuff that makes people high.

Hemp Biofuels Ethanol--- ethyl alcohol, currently produced by fermenting cornstarch from kernels--- is gradually replacing toxic Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE) in the United States as a high-octane, pollution-reducing gasoline additive. As a source for ethanol, corn kernels are economically viable only because of high federal subsidies. In the next two to five years, the energy-efficient production of ethanol from cellulosic biomass such as wheat and rice straw, hemp, flax, and corn stalks will become commercially viable. This process also generates much lower overall emissions of the greenhouse gas CO2, and because most automobile engines can run on 15:85 ethanol:gasoline. blends without modification, ethanol will help nations worldwide meet their greenhouse gas reduction goals. Hemp grown for both seed and biomass has a stalk yield of up to 3.5 tons per acre, which would make it an economical source of cellulose for ethanol production. Farmers in the Midwest could welcome hemp as a pofitable addition to their marginally profitable soybean and corn rotations. and speaking of rotatations I would like to completely change the subject. Make taxes voluntary by abolishing all taxes except for sales tax. Sales tax should be raised to 10%. Sales tax should never be applied to food items, even if the food is edible underware.Ha ha. I realize the government would have to be very small to exist on such a small income and that's exactly as it should be.

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