ISSUES / ACTIONS


Our public servants and candidates must commit to work, before and after the Nov. 2nd election to:

Ron

Fisher

Jim

Moran

Patrick Murray

1

End U.S. wars and occupations, reduce Military-Industrial Complex (MIC) spending by 90% (about $900 billion) and have the MIC support a peaceful, Green Economy with no layoffs

Yes

No


Voted to increase

 

a

Initiate an immediate unilateral cease fire in Afghanistan and Iraq. Halt all U.S. drone attacks, covert operations and military actions all over the world.

Yes

 

 

b

Provide massive relief efforts and implement "Marshall Plans" in countries harmed by the U.S. using in part goods, commodities, and foodstuffs produced in America to count as reparations.

Yes

 

 

c

Reprogram all current war appropriations for withdrawal and peaceful purposes. Suspend all military and financial aid to Israel. Cease all foreign military sales.

Yes

 

 

d

Close all overseas U.S. bases and facilities.

Yes

 

 

e

Bring all US troops and government contractors home, some of whom would provide support for a new WPA, CCC, Peace Corps, Americorps, go to college, return to their old jobs, serve in the State National Guards, etc.*

Yes

 

 

f

Reduce annual military spending from $1 trillion to $100 billion over the next two years. One hundred billion would still be more than any other nation in the world spends annually on their military budget*.

Yes

No


Voted to increase

 

g

Convert existing military contracts and foreign military sales to green, peaceful purposes, for example, building firefighting aircraft instead of bombers and fighter aircrafts*.

Yes


 

 

2

Phase out nuclear weapons worldwide

Yes

 

 

3

End the so called "war on terror" and treat terrorist acts as criminal acts.

Yes

 

 

4

Provide public and private sector employment opportunities for all at living wages in meaningful work, mainly providing the necessities of life. This will also provide customers for all businesses and will rapidly grow the economy.

Yes

 

 

 

ISSUES / ACTIONS


Our public servants and candidates must commit to work, before and after the Nov. 2nd election to:

Ron

Fisher

Jim

Moran

Patrick Murray

5

Replace the Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010 (RAFS) with meaningful legislation

Yes

 

 

a

Integrate the Federal Reserve into the federal government

Yes

 

 

b

Government provide low/no-interest loans directly to states, manufacturers and small businesses

Yes

 

 

c

Recoup at least $5 trillion of the over $23.7 trillion provided or committed to financial institutions

Yes

 

 

d

Seize large, insolvent financial institutions and make them into government owned contractor operated (GOCO) entities

Yes

 

 

e

Freeze all foreclosures and evictions.

Yes

 

 

f

Outlaw trading of credit default swaps, derivatives, adjustable rate loans/mortgages, naked short sales and unregulated hedge funds.

Yes

 

 

g

Limit interest rates to 4% on all secured mortgages and loans and 6% on unsecured loans, retroactive to the origination of the mortgage or loan.

Yes

 

 

h

Re-implement the equivalent of the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933.

Yes

 

 


6

Replace the so called Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) with meaningful legislation that provide comprehensive Medicare (single payer) health care and enhanced Social Security for all and improves the effectiveness and reduces the cost of Health Care


Yes

 

 

7

Build and operate a modern, comprehensive, nationwide, rail based transportation/transit system

Yes

 

 

8

Reform and reorganize Congress

Yes

 

 

a

End the control that corporate executives, special interest groups exercise over our public servants with campaign contributions, job offers and hoards of lobbyists.

Yes

 

 

b

End the control that political party officials and congressional leadership exercises over our public servants with funds for elections and committee assignments.

Yes

 

 

 

Additional issues/actions are listed People's Vision and Agenda for a Peaceful, Prosperous, Just World on WeThePeopleNow.org

No one will be laid off as a result of these actions

Footnotes may be used to caveat answers for example if a candidate does not believe that Military-Industrial Complex (MIC) spending should not be reduced by 90% (about $900 billion), they may show how much it should be reduced or increased.

Please provide additional items or suggested corrections to Ron Fisher, 703-725-7849, Fisher@WeThePeopleNow.org.