My name is Ed Tinus and this is where I stand...
Compassion for the concerns of my Maryland neighbors combined with my love for this great country has inspired me to take action. This November I am seeking a Maryland seat in the United States Senate as a candidate with these four distinct goals...
1. I want to simplify our political process: Just one subject for each bill. With bills that are written clearly and concisely for all to easily understand.
2. I want to use technology that already exists to return to the “Meeting House” process, or Direct Democracy. I intend to re-establish a public vote on every issue, giving every registered Maryland
voter the opportunity to vote on each bill, allowing citizens and government to again work together... “Putting us back into the U.S.”
3. I want to reorganize efforts to restore our national treasure... The Chesapeake Bay.
4. I want to restore Social Security to its original intent and I believe the federal government should repay all borrowing of Social Security funds with interest.
In my term, with true transparency, I will keep you informed, collect your educated votes, and carry them to Washington as your representative, thereby returning the power of the senate to the citizens of Maryland. Do not surrender your vote to the wishes of a politician and their financial supporters and lobbyists for the next six years. Vote Ed Tinus so your vote can create effective change in our generation; so your vote will once again regulate government activities, so your vote will re-establish the checks and balances of our forefathers. Your vote can eliminate corporate control, force lobbying groups to change their policies, and return our government to the will of the majority rather than the will of the privileged. A return to Direct Democracy could end bi-partisanship and put the focus back on what is best for our nation.
Today’s technology will allow us to create a virtual meeting house, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This new electronic forum will enable us to be in touch with each other and ensure that “No one is greater then all.”
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