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Congresswoman Mimi Walters (R)
Location: California (45th district)
Affiliation: Republican
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Fiscal Responsibility
Geoff Grossman Posted 5 years ago
Save us from our inefficient, too costly government.

Let the people know the cost of each program and let us vote agency by agency whether to keep or close each agency. If voted out by 50%+1 or more the agency terminates; the tax payer receives the savings as a tax break if earning $250,000 or less per year.

This will right size government based on the will of the people.

Pensions should be cut to the average citizens post-retirement income level. No exceptions. That would be fair to those paying the cost of these over generous pensions.
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winniet Posted 5 years ago
Why is it that we are having such a tough time with education here in the US? Especially with the teachers and the budgets that are happening? Did it all start getting bad in 2004? Thank you for answering my questions and I am VERY GLAD that you are Republican, because it doens't happen very often in this great state.

Winnie Tresaugue
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Mike Thayer Posted 5 years ago
I want you to support tax reform, specifically, The Fair Tax. I do not want to hear that you are studying the issue, or that you recognize the need for reform. It is past time to get politics out of the tax code.
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Kristy Smeltzer Posted 5 years ago
What are you doing in Washington DC to help to create jobs?
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rich linder Posted 5 years ago
there is a disconnect between the taxes we pay and the wars we wage. Why are we taxpayers not sur-charged for the wars we have been and are fighting? In allowing most of us to forget about the people who are putting their lives on the line for our country, the powers that be (you, for example) are are simply an embarrassment. If you want our country to become unified, and I am not sure that you do want this, you need to take steps to force us all to think of what we owe to our armed forces. I think we'd be better off as a country if the draft were reestablished.
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David Sonneborn Posted 5 years ago
How can any legislator support tax breaks for corporations and why have you not addressed Part D Medicare problem related to regulating prescription prices. I would appreciate you responding to me. Thank you, David Sonneborn

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Seniors & Social Security
Linda Shoham Posted 5 years ago
Why is that so much money has been taken out of social security for things that have nothing to do with it and yet, we now hear it is in trouble. How is it permissible to take money from there to do things like build welfare housing in Tacoma, Wash. or to refurbish Mosques around the world?
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