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Downsizer dispatch - David Krikorian

http://www.krikorianforcongress.com/

David Krikorian is a local business owner and family man who has made the ballot as an Independent candidate this November to represent the citizens of Ohio's Second District in the U.S. Congress.

* He's running against an incumbent polling at only 25%.
* His campaign has already raised and received more than $151,000.
* He's going to begin airing TV ads this week.
* He's a DC Downsizer.



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Krikorian = Liberal in Sheeps Clothing

If Krikorian is truly independent, why did he give money to his Democrat opponent last cycle as well as the Ultra-Liberal MoveOn.org? The only issue he seems to care about is what he calls the "Armenian Genocide" of 1915.

Is he in your district? His

Is he in your district? His platform doesn't really scream liberal. Why give money to someone you're running against? Why not just run as a Democrat?

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"But, indeed, no private person has a right to complain, by suit in court, on the ground of a breach of the Constitution. The Constitution it is true, is a compact, but he is not a party to it."

Does this guy understand the Fed?

"David Krikorian, Independent candidate for U.S. Congress from Ohio’s second district, has sent a letter to both the House Financial Services Committee and the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, urging them to increase funding for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to protect Americans from the widening banking crisis."

I think it's great he wants to take charge and be a true blue representative of Ohio. But, does he understand how fractional reserve banking causes inflation?

I completely understand the diving dollar is making gas and food prices rise - but I don't see how dumping billions of "tax payer I.O.U notes" into the Government Insurance Corporation (FDIC) helps???

To what extent is unknown however promising

Taxes and Debt:

* Yes to Lower Taxes
* Yes to Reduced Government Spending
* Yes to Balanced Budget
* Yes to Simplified Tax Code
* No to Weak US Dollar
* No to Ballooning Government Debt

I support lower taxes, because lower taxes encourage both saving and investment which helps make our economy strong. Lower taxes benefit all of us by creating jobs and by allowing the taxpayer to decide how to spend more of their hard-earned income, instead of the government.

Low taxes and reduced government spending are critical to our economy. As a nation, we are nine trillion dollars in debt and counting. Our politicians are taxing and spending us into financial ruin. Our escalating debt is endangering the financial future of our children and grandchildren. We must prioritize and cut spending now. We must balance our budget.

The Federal Reserve must also stop recklessly increasing our money supply which, in turn, makes our dollar worth less and everything we buy cost more. The Federal Reserve is a private bank, run by unelected officials, who should be required to act in the best interests of the people.

Finally, our tax code is obscenely complex. The American taxpayer deserves a simplified code that is easier to understand.

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"But, indeed, no private person has a right to complain, by suit in court, on the ground of a breach of the Constitution. The Constitution it is true, is a compact, but he is not a party to it."

Hey… That’s impressive.

That kind of hits home because I publish/post DownsizeDC.org’s newsletter (Downsizer-Dispatch) on here whenever I can.

I wish Iowa (the original Nazi state) would get a decent politician or two. Our senators do not represent the state, to my perception. My so-called representative seems only interested in looking good.

Luckily, this isn’t my home state. I was born in California and raised on the South Dakota side of the Black Hills.

--Cliff, Sioux City, Iowa

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