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Charles Bass (R-NH-2nd)

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Charles Bass (R-NH-2nd) Rep.

Charles Foster “Charlie” Bass (born January 8, 1952) was the U.S. Representative for New Hampshire’s 2nd congressional district from 2011-2013. He is a member of the Republican Party and previously held the seat from 1995 to 2007. He has followed the footsteps of his father, Perkins, who also represented the same New Hampshire district. Read more

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  1. John Gibbons May 15, 2011

    Congressman Bass;
    This is a copy of an e*mail I sent to all my friends and family urging them to edit to their priorities and sent to their Representatives

    My Pledge as a concerned citizen is to vote for candidates who are of a like mind as I,
    Regardless of any party affiliations on my part. Past, Present or Future!

    Signed here; John Gibbons

    Address the infrastructure of the country
    We are surely and swiftly becoming a third world country with the deterioration of our power grid, bridges,
    dams, levies, pipe lines, toxic ash waste, and industrial storage waste. Pollution constantly showing up in
    ground water, with little or no punishment to the offenders.

    Item #2;
    Should We Eliminate the Federal Reserve?
    I’m not asking this in a satirical way. I’m quite serious about this:
    Why is the Fed committing acts of economic warfare against the United States of America?
    (The Fed, by the way, is a private company. It is not, as you’ve been led to believe, part of the U.S. government.)

    The Federal Reserve Act of 1913, passed by the United States Congress, established the nation’s central banking system—the Federal Reserve.
    The Federal Reserve was not the first central bank in the nation’s history, but it was the most powerful and expansive. As such, the Federal Reserve Act could be considered a sum of all prior efforts to provide the US with a central bank.
    The bank was intended to deliver on an elastic currency system, circulate a federal reserve note, and serve to regulate and monitor the country’s credit and financial system in the best interest of the American people.

    At the time the act was signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson, on the eve of December 23, 1913, the Federal Reserve Act was the first major act of law which sought to create a central bank to control and monitor the currency system within the US. Prior to this, the nation had implemented two central banks: the First (1791) and Second (1816) Bank of the United States, both of which dissolved amid debates over whether a central bank was equivalent to a money monopoly. In the minds of many, the concept of a central bank was a threat to democracy, a financial specter that would concentrate the nation’s wealth into the hands of a powerful few.

    Item #3
    Certain members in the House and Senate want to balance the budget by denying more than 200,000 little children the opportunity to receive an early education through Head Start; reducing or eliminating Pell Grants for 9.4 million college students; eliminating primary health care services to 11 million Americans and delaying Social Security benefits to half a million eligible Americans, among other things.
    Before Congress cuts funding for Head Start, Social Security, Medicare and financial aid for college, we have got to make sure that large, profitable corporations are paying their fair share of taxes. ( The latest reason for outsourcing jobs overseas by many corporations is ” Because they are better educated “! )

    Item #4
    -Eliminate Tax Loopholes, (Re-write the tax laws in plain, understandable terms, not legal double talk! No one likes to pay taxes, but it seems to me working people are paying their fare share! They do not have the luxury of a staff of “Tax Experts” ( legal term for finding loopholes ). Some of the largest Corporations pay little to no tax, get incentive monies from the Gov. and some are financially subsided? ( Large farm conglomerates, Big Oil ). Some of the largest single owned Corporations come under the category (Small business company) S Corporation, C Corporation or a Limited Liability Company? More tax loopholes. On and On , I think if all the people who are hired to beat the system were not necessary, unemployment would go up 2% BUT, revenue would go up 500%
    -Capital gains tax; ( has become one of the “legal” ways to not pay Income Tax! ex. Bonus monies supplied by Gov. bail-out paid to Bank Executives, )
    -Adopt single payer national health insurance
    -Cut the huge, bloated, wasteful military budget
    -Say No to unfunded programs
    -No to nuclear power, solar, hydro, wind, natural gas energy first!
    -Aggressive crackdown on corporate crime and corporate welfare
    -Adopt a carbon pollution tax
    -Reverse U.S. policy in the Middle East
    -Repeal the Taft-Hartley anti-union law
    -Adopt all Street securities speculation tax
    -National voting system
    -Educate Medicare/Medicaid recipients or their representatives to check their medical statements and question any questionable charges.

    From your Father, Grandfather, Uncle, Friend

    “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step” ( Confucius )


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