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Re: “Kirkpatrick Wins EMILY's List Nod in Race Against U.S. Rep. McSally

I would strongly encourage Ann to make a change and run for Jeff Flake's Senate seat. She would be opposing Kyrsten Sinema in the primary election. Kyrsten Sinema is lacking in accomplishments and was for restoring the Glass-Steagall Act before she was on the Financial Services Committee. The Financial Services Committee is widely known as the Whore House of the US House of Representatives. Once in the Financial Services Committee, Sinema quickly rolled over and joined with her fellow committee member, Republican David Schweikert and refused to support the Glass-Steagall Legislation.
Kirsten Sinema's lame excuse for not co-sponsoring was that she only co-sponsors legislation that she knows will pass. Is she the kind of person that we would want to represent the state of Arizona. One who only supports legislation that she knows will pass because to do otherwise would affect her statistics?
Ann Kirkpatrick was a co-sponsor of Glass-Steagall while she was in Congress. If we want to make America Great Again, we have to first understand what made America Great in the first place. We can do that by looking at the policies of FDR and JFK and return control of the currency to the Hamiltonian Banking System. We need to abandon the current system wherein usury for the benefit of the financial elite is the rule and the former system of building infrastructure for the benefit of the "Common Good" has been abandoned.
Many may think that Donald Trump is a slow moving train wreck and a broken clock. But even a broken clock is right twice a day. We need to take the initiative and use the opportunities to put forth our policies. Trump has stated that he is for Restoring the Glass-Steagall Act. Let's make that our first step in implementing our initiatives. An outline of those proposed policies is in the following Youtube video.

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Posted by HR129orDie on 11/03/2017 at 8:56 AM

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