Meanwhile, the Obama Administration has continued to show that we will not support Israel, one of our closest allies. Israel does not share the United States’ benefit of having oceans between it and these threats. We must repair the damage that has been done between us and our ally.
I have seen many of these threats in person having lived in the Middle East for two decades. We need strong leadership in Washington to deal with these threats and to restore the strength of the United States. It is through this strength that we are truly protected.
The debate on immigration policy cannot, and should not, begin until we have secured our borders. We will continue to have problems as long as our borders remain insecure no matter what changes we make to policy now. Additionally, drugs, weapons, and human trafficking continue to thrive along our borders. It is time that we make border security a priority. Then, and only then, can we begin to fix our immigration policy.
Balancing the budget and eliminating the national debt will be my top priority as a member of Congress. I pledge to be a thorn in the side of wasteful spenders in Congress and vote against any attempt to borrow more money to accommodate bad spending practices.
As your representative in Congress, I will work to adopt a health care system that is competitive within a free market construct and is portable so that an individual can take their health care plan with them from job to job, location to location, without penalty. Additionally, you will be able to tailor the specifics within your personal plan to fit your needs—no longer paying for services that you and your family don’t need or want. Most of all, you won’t be taxed!
The only way to get Americans back to work is to get government off the back of the private sector, and I promise to do just that as a member of Congress.
On the bright side, we have seen renewable energy establish a foothold with traditional energy sources. Wind and solar have been added to the mix of options available for electricity, and over time, their intermittency may be cured by battery technology.
Renewable energy cannot keep up with the growth America will experience in the coming decades. Traditional sources must be developed domestically for the United States to become energy independent, and that will necessitate the federal government allowing the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline and expansion of oil and gas drilling on federal lands.
In Congress, I will support the exploration and development of energy sources on American soil.
Funding needs to get to the classroom and out of the hands of bureaucrats and administrators. Quality teachers, plentiful supplies, and competition will help our students succeed and prepare for their future. This kind of education system will firmly establish the United States as the world’s economic leader for decades to come.