#12 – Reforming Government
If you want to blame everything that’s wrong with our government, look no further than your elected official, John Carter. It is Congress that funds the programs and Congress that makes the laws and Congress that makes the rules on how our government runs. It’s no great secret that many government programs are initiated and pushed by special interest groups. Many of these programs have no benefit or impact to our district. With special interest groups lobbying for these programs and the special interest funding the campaign account of Carter, it’s not hard to figure out who is pulling his strings. If you want a government that is focused on what it is supposed to be doing and reflects what the people expect and want, then reforming government starts no further than your representative. As your next Congressman, let me be clear: I work for you! You are the ones that will be putting my feet to the fire to get things done. I do not take money from special interest groups, so they will not be pulling my strings. You will have regular town halls and you will be able to contact me to get an appointment. Everyone deserves and everyone will get personal attention. I take ownership of the issues from day one. I am not the type that likes to play the blame game. I get the facts, think things through, get input from our communities, and come up with an informed and well thought out solution. If government is going to be working for you, you will need a Congressman that works for you and only you.
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