Werder4USCongress

Saturday, August 23, 2008

WERDER 4 US ~ CONGRESS *****MY BIO*****



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WERDER 4 US ~ CONGRESS *****BIO*****

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23 August 2008 4:20pmE
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None-the-less, is very interesting & informative.
However; it is dated (that is to say, from a previous campaign).
Please see latest bio/profile post for most up-to-date information.
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Friends,
This info is being provided for those that
have 'Web Sites', 'Political Sections' or for those that might just like
a little more information regarding my political campaign.
If you do have specific questions that need answered,
PLEASE, let me know.
...Send them to me ASAP.

Please make sure you note 'how name will appear on ballot'
& reflect the Fact: I "AM" a qualified candidate !!!
And... if you deem worthy...and are in a position to be of any help,
I would appreciate you remembering me !
With sincerest thanks,
................................... Dave









"BE BRAVE... ...VOTE DAVE"




E-mail:
Werder4UScongress@gmail.com (PUBLIC)
Manyteapots@msn.com (PRIVATE)
message contact #-(727)-862-3377 (PRIVATE)

~ And now.......



.............................My BIO

* Please note: This IS how candidate name will appear on ballot
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* Candidate: WERDER; H. David "the flag-pole sitter"

Office Seeking: U.S. House of Representatives
Florida's 5th Congressional District

Party Affiliation: Democrat

Address: General Delivery,
Weeki Wachee, Fl 34606-0000
NO MAIL SERVICE yet at Present Address

* Mail Address: mail is c/o: 18419 Whitacre Circle,
Hudson, Fla. 34667
Home Phone Number: ***-***-****
Business Number: (727)-862-3377 contact phone (message)

E-Mail:
WEB: Werder4UScongress@blogspot.com

* 'Watch the story' (2 min.)
Video: http://www.baynews9.com/content/36/2008/6/27/360675.html
& 'More about campaign' (link)


Length in City/State: 19 years / 30 years
Gender: Male
Family: Single
Birth Date: 1 February 1955
Birthplace: Newton, NJ
Home City: Weeki Wachee, FL


Education:

Attended, St. Columba School
Attended, John S. Burke C.H.S.
Attended, Orange County Comm. College
Attended, Virginia Military Institute


Professional Experience:

DISABLED, since 1993, former truck driver
Self-employed trucker, 1984-1993
Flag-pole-sitter 1982-1984 (political protest over price of gasoline)
Self-employed trucker, 1979-1982
Security/Protection-Capitol Investigation & Protective, Falls Church, Va.


Political Experience:

Candidate, United States House of Representatives, District 5, 2006
Candidate, United States House of Representatives, District 5, 2004
Candidate, United States House of Representatives, District 5, 2002
Candidate, United States House of Representatives, District 9, 1982
Mayoral Candidate, City of Clearwater FL 1980's


Organizations:

Organizational member:
Chamber of Commerce
ABATE of Florida (Freedom chapter),
Christian Motorcycle Assoc. (CMA)
ABATE of Florida (Hillsborough chapter)
with Prior ABATE Lobbiests' Endorsement
Toastmasters International / Nature Coast Orators
Democratic Executive Committee of Hernando (DEC)
<www.lowerhernandocountytaxes.com>


Honors:

Certified Toastmaster with Nature Coast Orators
Humorous Speech Award with Toastmasters International


Hobbies:

Motorcyclist/Train enthusiast/CarLover*
*until recently the owner of a red 1909 Horseless Carriage (stolen),
*$2,000.00 REWARD offered for info leading to my campaign vehicle return
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* My Promise: "I promise to give up 1/2 of my salary to help pay for prescription drugs for needy seniors, indigent citizens and veterans in the district."

"I am willing to dedicate myself to the job at hand with the same dedication that I showed in my youth, when I sat atop the flag-pole in Clearwater, Fl for over a year for the world-record (439days,11hours,6min.) without coming down, as a political protest over the price of gasoline. I thought .99/gal. was to much at the time."
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* The 4 MAIN issues being discussed now seem to be:
1) The economy
2) Energy
3) Healthcare
4) The War
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"SOME of the issues that need to be addressed NOW are :
1) Home-owners insurance,
2) Allowing voters votes to count as intended,
3)Accurate voting tabulation,
4) Election & campaign finance reform,
5) Gerrymandering of district lines,
6) Fuel Prices,
7) Healthcare for ALL,
8) Reasonable prescription costs,
9) Ending the Electoral College,
10)Citizen input on RETAINING Supreme Court Judges,
!!)Bringing the War to an end
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"Some of the issues that need to be addressed SOON are :
1) Drivers-Education in ALL schools (Fla)
2) Cell-phone ban while driving (USA)
3) Wildfire and Hurricane protection (Fla)
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*My Promise:
I will give up 1/2 of my salary to help pay for prescription drugs
for needy seniors and indigent citizens and veterans in the district.
I feel $84,000 take-home pay is more than enough. The job
currently pays over $168,000 plus.


* My claim to fame:
If you've been around these parts long enough...you might know me...
"I'm almost famous." Back in the'80's I'm the guy that sat atop the
flag-pole in Clearwater for a world-record (439days,11hours,6min.)
as a political protest over the price of gasoline. ..............................................................................................................................


"I welcome any input... on any issue... that is of importantance to the
voters."
"It's time for the citizens of the district to be represented... not special
interests, lobbiests,and big business."

"Be Brave....Vote Dave"
WERDER for US ~ Congress



Subject :
WERDER 4 US ~ CONGRESS/ see *ISSUES below

"The Stump" ~My Intro~

~ Ladies and Gentlemen, ~reporters, ~ & fellow readers:
My name is H."David" Werder (pronounced WORD-er),
a qualified candidate for U.S. Congress, district 5.
I am once again a genuinely, bona-fide, on the ballot,
candidate for a seat in the House of Representatives, and
I got on the ballot, by the petition method, by collecting
some 7,228 signatures myself in lieu of paying a filing fee
of almost $10,000 which I could not afford, for I am not a
rich man. I also collected about 2,000 signatures for other
candidates including my own opponents in the upcoming
elections, for both Democratic and Republican candidates.
I believe everyone has a right to get on the ballot if they so
desire, without having to pay exorbitant fees. After all,
I plan on beating everyone in my race fair and square and
without having to redraw district lines to do so. (Which was
done so in the past to win.)
This is my fourth time running for this position. (two
times as a write-in candidate, primarily done to get a
little name recognition going and to get and gain a little
exposure in the district) and once as an 'on the ballot'
candidate in which I failed to get past the primary. I
did, however, garner 12.3% of the vote and I did it
WITHOUT SPENDING A SINGLE CENT.
When folks ask where I live, I tell them I live on
Powell Rd. in Hernando County. I don't give an
address because I don't need to (wouldn't help
for mailing purposes either) because there's no
mail service there. I receive my mail at my
moms' in the next county. I tell them, I live out on Powell Rd
...where the 'outhouse' and the little church are... where the
ducks and the geese are... and the chickens
running loose! And usually I hear, "Oh! That's
your place!!" Most locals know it. I'm on what
has become a pretty major backdoor into Spring
Hill in just a few years. When the traffic is really
running...it has taken me as long as eight minutes
to get out of my driveway. Occasionally I hear
someone say they don't know where I live and
I tell them...Someday you'll be driving along
and you'll see an outhouse.. that's where I live
...try not to run over my chickens.
(For the story on the sign on my outhouse
goto 1st entry on blog)
In all my long years I've lived here, I haven't
lost a single chicken due to the road. What
I have lost though, is three elections as a
candidate...and in all of those elections I've
ALWAYS make the same promise that I make
now that I'm on the ballot again, and that is;


*My Promise:

I will give up 1/2 of my salary
to help pay for prescription drugs for needy seniors
and indigent citizens and veterans in the district.
I feel $84,000 take-home pay is more than enough.
The job currently pays over $168,000 plus.


* My claim to fame:

If you've been around these parts long
enough...you might know me...
"I'm almost famous." Back in the'80's
I'm the guy that sat atop the flag-pole
in Clearwater for a world-record
(439days,11hours,6min.) as a political protest
over the price of gasoline.

I felt ninety-nine cents a gallon was to much
at the time. And yes, I am more then willing to
admit when I've made a mistake about how much
is to much for a gallon of gas. I also thought $2.86
a year ago was to much. In fact, gas was only
$2.38 a gallon when President Bush was elected,
so I'm told.


*FYI ! Re: My Pole-Sitting Career ~ Clearwater
was my seventh (7th) sit. My second (2nd) time for
the world-record.
I originally got my start at 'flag-pole-sitting'
trying to get a break in RADIO. I met a DJ at a
radio station in Rochester, NY, ( home of the Liberty
Pole ) by the name of 'Charlie Hamburger' and he
told me, "If you want to get a break in radio... why
don't you do what I do... and that is ... every year,
I climb a pole with my wife and a cat", and the next
thing I knew... I was sitting atop a flag-pole, a mile
from 'Iron Mike' at the entrance to Ft. Bragg on
Bragg Blvd. in Fayetteville, NC. I sat there for
WFLB* Radio as a protest over the price of gas.
I started when the truckers went on strike in '78
and sat for 113 days. I almost died in that attempt
from Pneumonia, after getting a cold I caught
sitting through Hurricane David.
You think that would have taught me a lesson...
But No-o-o-o !!!

***** Radiotelephone Class III with Broadcast Endorsement *****

Also had employment in broadcast studios for
Orange County Community College, as night
manager, until leave of absence for interview
with KOOK* Radio in Montana.
Reference for 1978 Sit:
Larry Cheek; Reporter: Fayetteville Times; Fayetteville, NC

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I will honestly represent you, the constituent, and not
HMO's, Pharmaceutical concerns, and Insurance companies.
My hat is finally in the ring for the win. I hope you will
remember me the next time you fill-up and the next time you vote.



It shames me to tell you I am not a rich man. I can
not afford to spend $972,000 to win an election. Last
time round: the cheapest non-incumbent winner in
Florida for a Congressional seat spent over $800,000.00,
the most expensive over $3 million. It's not cheap, nor
easy; to try and run. That's why I also helped collect
about 2,600 petition signatures for other candidates,
including opponents', running in upcoming elections,
who also couldn't afford it, both democratic and
republican candidates, also including opponents in
my upcoming primary. I believe everyone should
have the right to run, if they so choose, without
monetary costs restraining them. In my case, the
filing fee; if you do not get on the ballot by the
petition method is almost $10,000.00.

And like all the challengers to the incumbent
I face; I believe in a revived economy, a
balanced budget, restoring respect for the
United States around the world, ending the
assaults...on medicare, medicaid and social
security, solving America's health care crisis,
once and for all.
The current administration is blowing
smoke with their 'War on Terrorism', (it's
another never-ending war, like the war on
drugs), Immigration,(we already have laws
on the books), and gay marriage, (of the
thousands upon thousands of people I've
spoken with to get on the ballot, maybe?
10 being gay; not a single one of them was
concerned with it). What they were
concerned with, is what all the rest of the
constituents were concerned with:
and that is COST !
The cost of Home-owners insurance.
The cost of Gasoline.
The cost of Prescription drugs.
The cost of Healthcare.
The cost of Education.
The cost of Taxes and the War.

What they want to discuss:
the economy,
energy,
healthcare,
remaining safe and
ending the war.

When it comes to the incumbent,
I think we can do better.
The constituents deserve it.
We need someone who will really
represent US, the people, not big
business and lobbyists.

We need someone who has
NOT been
a 'reluctantly' voting 'rubber stamp'.


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If you were to choose an issue
you'd like to be paying your legislators
to go b---s to the wall for; chances are it
isn't gay marriage. These are some of
the issues and general topics that may,
or may not, come up in the next congressional
session. It by no means infers an endorsement
and neither a pro nor con should be deduced.
Maybe an issue of yours is here. If not, let me
know at http://by110fd.bay110.hotmail.msn.com/cgi-bin/compose?mailto=1&msg=286BF3BB-2A1C-414D-BC64-FE0E47B82363&start=0&len=108050&src=&type=x&to=Werder4UScongress@gmail.com&cc=&bcc=&subject=&body=&curmbox=0402BFB6-ADC7-4C7D-A450-BF2578806E97&a=935d2d5c94a636a1c2482f38a36970da5e57925b58160c6db9843cb5de9ae6b6
so it can be included.


*YOUR ISSUE ? ~

~ Insurance, homeowners and health; environmental
causes, clean-up funds, pollution, water, alt. forms of
energy, healthcare, patients rights, pro-life, Terri Shiavo,
assisted suicide, euthanasia, abortion, adoption reform,
part D's donut hole, ability to negotiate Rx prices,
decriminalization, legalization, MMP, Canadian drugs,
defense, VA hospitals, VA tax credits, champus benefits,
the draft, prisons, pedophiles, the death penalty, alimony,
Native American land repatriation, Mars, illegal
immigrant labor, border security, national and homeland
security, spyware, wiretapping, anti-terrorism and
domestic terrorism, repairing the damage some
incumbents have done at home and abroad,
restoring fiscal sanity, corruption in gov't, redistricting,
citizen input on term limits for supreme court justices,
lobbiests and influence peddling, the electoral college,
crime, reparations for slavery, NAFTA, the war, WWIII,
global warming, greenhouse gases, Pakistan, foreign
control of ports, tariffs, sales tax, postal service, economic
and rural growth and developement, education, salaries,
min. wage, inflation, credit, forclosures, bankrupcies,
outsourcing jobs, privatization, unions, loss of American
jobs and business overseas, impact fees, identity theft,
private eyes, rights of fathers, computor scams, guns,
flag-burning, cloning, stem cell research, hurricane
preparedness, catastrophic homeowners ins., FEMA,
the patriot act, HB2640(the disarmament act),
4-day work week, phone solicitors, spam, separation
of church and state, human rights and violations, IRS,
Nudists, Naturalists, Environmentalists, Iran,
'the draft', English, eminent domain, immigration,
the fence, motorcyclists rights, hybrid auto's,
Afghanistan, voter reform to include a paper trail,
transportation, fed. funding of the commuter rail,
fair tax, import tax, tax reform, restoration of civil
rights, lawsuit caps, malpractice ins.,
CDC/pandemics, a national lottery,
civil unions/ significant others, developing
wind and solar energy now, dependance on
foreign oil, refineries, CAFE standards, oil
gouging and profiteering, 'splash & flash',
breaking OPEC, oil co. monopolies,
'use it or lose it' regarding oil property
leases, law enforcement, the right to bear ARMS,
bringing our soldiers home, and an honorable exit
in Iraq. .......(And MORE being added all the time).

Issues are not trivial and remain important
to the constituents. Especially those constituents
for whom the issue affects!

*I personally have a penchant regarding
the price of gas, attested to by my world-record
sitting atop a flag-pole, done as a political protest
over the price of gasoline. However, my primary
fight will be for healthcare for all.

"I try to keep my hands in my own pockets,
that way, it keeps them out of yours."

Land of the free, Home of the brave.
"BE BRAVE......VOTE DAVE"
WERDER
for US ~ Congress
God Bless America
Sincerely,
H. David "the flag-pole sitter" Werder
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I hope you have a better picture of me than I have.

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* Some responses to a newspaper...

1. Troop withdrawal? Immediately? Criteria?
Withdrawn: YES ! immediately: No. Very soon.
(Some are on 5th & 6th tours of duty) Draft would put
and end to it quickly. Iraqi Gov't (as of this date NOW
wants timeschedule for withdrawal from U.S. Gov't. also.)
That criteria needs to be met by the next president and
his/her military advisors.
'Latest' AP (as of this date) says we are winning
the war and will soon? be able to recall the numbers of
troops deployed.

2. Could you work with those across the isle?
Yes. (see question 1) & ie oil drillings...

3. Issues?
FUEL PRICES, drilling, alternatives, homeowners insurance,
the WAR, healthcare for all, prescription prices, repealing the
patriot act, repealing or amending HB2640 (the disarmament
act), restoring constitutional rights.
(Please see ISSUES in Bio)

4. Such a thing as a 'good' earmark?
Yes. An earmark that can bring help or employement to
OUR district. ie. as in one that brings federal help with
commuter rail to our district.
It might be nice if Congress were given the right to
'Line Item Veto' earmarks

5. The best remedy for raising fuel prices ??
The best remedy for raising ? fuel prices is to do nothing.
Is that what was meant... or was it... The best remedy to
lower fuel prices is to: Break OPEC, declare it a monopoly,
Drill and pump our own oil, possibly a 2nd pipeline in Alaska,
go nuclear, go electric, go alternative forms of energy.
(note: theres a story going round that a guy inland from
Sarasota was digging in his backyard and struck oil...and is
now going to put in some drilling rigs...any truth to this story...
if you find out, please let me know)

6. Is Congress doing a 'constitutional' job? What would
you do?
Not. Patriot act is 1600 pages long and it was approved
faster then it could be read. repeal patriot act, repeal HB2640
( the disarmament act), Restore all constitutional rights to our
citizens, ie. wiretap, computer spyware, reading habit tracking,
internet tracking, etc.

7. Some issues that you fault your opponent for?

*The "PUERTO RICAN" Issue,

*For awards and medals:
Not for giving them out, and getting them to, justly deserving
veterans; but for honoring and listing with the living, just for
publicity purposes, veterans who have been deceased for
months and not doing it properly, ie. post-humorously.
Not that 'Clarence Bailey' (a personal friend) didn't deserve one,
but for bringing out, and padding, these long lists right before
election times. It makes me wonder how many more dead
are on the lists...I would have never known this ...if he hadn't
been a friend.

*For not raising her hand or voice and requesting
a recorded vote on HB 2640 ( the disarmament act).
All it would have taken is her one input and we would
formally know where our representatives stood on this
impotant issue. As it stands now, there is NO record to
show how our Rep's voted.
Her 'reluctantly ' (as she puts it) Rubber Stamping.

*Voting AGAINST the G.I. bill she co-sponsored.

8. Can we stop Orlando's growth...growth that may take
away our 'Nature Coast' descriptive title? (an Orlando question)
I don't know that we can. Orlando's growth and sprawl
has now made the jump over the mountain from Clermont
into Groveland and is still growing. It's hard to envision
being able to deny people the right to use one's own
property. Possibly the Withalacochee State Forest will end
up being the barrier that will contain it. Thank goodness
for that being in place

9. Raise taxes or cut services?
I do not support raising taxes OR cutting services and
support other options(see question #10 answer). The
amount of money being spent on the 'wars' are atrocious,
and could be better spent somewhere else. Should we
be forced to choose, law enforcement or play
grounds; I don't want to cut either...but if I had
no choice...we'd have to find somewhere else to play.

10. Fair Tax?
I do not support the fair tax ...because it is not fair.
I would support an IMPORT TAX. This is how the gov't
used to be funded. That is to say a tax on all goods being
imported INTO the country. It could do away with the
income tax, level the playing field on cheap prices from
overseas producing nations, keeping jobs AND industries
here in the United States.


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Subject : PBAssoc.
Responses

*Perhaps the federal gov't could provide support for state
and local law enforcement agencies by allowing them easier
access to National Guard Forces when they need them.
ie. " Katrina "

*I do not support the concept of prison privatization.

*I would support, if neccessary, full congressional hearings
on the subject of privatization of prisons before further
privatization is done on the federal level. However
I DO NOT support the privatization of 'anything'.

*If war was over, it would free up many who could
be used to protect and secure our borders as well as
help in drug interdiction.

* Efforts to stem the source of the drug problem,
ie foreign countries and their responsibilities toward
the problem need to be addressed and dealt with.
Ending the war would free up soldiers who could
also be used in this matter; helping foreign countries
in stopping the source of, and supply of ingredients
used in the production, also RICO, going after the
'top' people and/or Governments responsible.

*Federal assistance to state and local governments
in local efforts against the drug problem may become
necessary considering the fact that too many state
and local agencies are cutting back their support and
budgets involving law enforcement and...just about
everything. With regard to domestic drug production:
We haven't even considering the fact involving
hazardous materials et. al. and pollution by said
contaminents.

*I would support the introduction of legislature in
Congress that would reduce the many court delays
now present in the carrying out of a death sentance.

*I would support legislation which expands the list
of federal crimes for which the death penalty applies.

*I am against taxation of American citizens' in any
form, with the exception of an 'Import Tax'.
(see BIO below)

*I would support legislation in Congress, that
guarantees the right of all federal, state and local
officers, the right of collective bargaining.

*If your organization chooses to support my
candidacy, you have my permission to announce
that support....However, I would hope that you
let me know first. I'd would hate to find out about
it reading it in the paper or being told by someone
other than yourselves.

Thanking you for your consideration,
... Dave

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A few other questions I've been asked...
*What would be your top priorities in Washington?
Healthcare, energy, the economy, and the war.
(See issues in BIO)

*Briefly, what makes you the best candidate
to represent your district?
More "in touch" with constituents, not a 'rubber' stamp,
willing to represent everyone, not just HMO's, insurance,
big business, and lobbiests who finance her campaigns,
and will do it without having to 'gerrymander' district
lines to win (the way she did).
(See BIO for more)

*Are you in favor of drilling for oil
nearer the Florida coast than is presently allowed?
Yes !!! (*NOTE- "ONLY" if every Floridian receives a
dividend check the way the do in Alaska). There would
have to be some sort of residency time requirement -
so not to creat a stampede into Fla. Must also be out
of sight. Would also help housing market. Oil industry
already has leases in the gulf and are not using them
resulting in the idea to make a law regarding leases
...USE IT OR LOSE IT !!! There are many other
alternatives available also such as, wind, solar, wave,
nat.gas, hydrogen, electric nuclear,etc. If industry
declared a monopoly it may be possible to regulate
the price through a public service commision as they
do for electric, phone, water, cable, etc. .
(see BIO for more thoughts)

Sincerely,
.................Dave



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Subject :
WERDER 4 US ~ CONGRESS


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I will die a democrat...
I am a democrat this time...
I was a democrat the time before...
The time before that I was a democrat.
The year preceding that, I switched parties
some twenty some odd times, depending on
who said what.
They make me sign a loyalty oath now,
swearing I will not change parties for a
specified period of time.
In that one year I was also in the green
party, and attended veterans party meetings
also.
I was born a democrat...
One, who wishes to represent everyone.

I do not believe they should have
moved the primary date forward causing
all the problems with the Fla primary.
So much in fact that I spent way to much
time learning lawyer-ing stuff I did not want
to know in the last half year. And not enough
collecting petition signatures to get on the ballot ...
and I almost didn't make it because of it.
I was in federal court in Tallahassee in Jan.
following up on the original lawsuit filed
by Victor Diamato vs Fla Dem party & Nat Dem
party to get primary date moved back
(35 pages) (Show Cause)
then Sen Nelson & Cong. Hastings (535 pages)
(citing disenfranchisement not civil)
.......culminating with 'Jon Ausmans'' suit
in Tallahassee (Restraining Order)
naming governor. republicans and
finally the sec. of state Kirk Browning who's
now the head of the div. of elections in that
position .
It was a restraining order in the last case and
it failed , judge cited early voting had already
started to take place.....also told us,
IF we had started out in the beginning with
the division of elections instead of working
our way up thru the parties etc...that he
would have done it.
Well you as a Fla. voter should know where
we as voters stand on that now.
Another fine mess we've gotten ourselves into.

With regards to where I stand on issues
...shouldn't matter.
WHERE YOU STAND ON THEM SHOULD.

I am running to represent ALL
in the 5th congressional district.
The only promise I make is in regards
to my salary and Rx drugs.
Its the ONLY thing I have any control over
at this time.
I don't believe the fruits of my labor
should be driven by my own agenda.

* These are a few of MY pet projects...

.doing away with the electoral college
(every vote counts)
.term limits on sup. ct. judges ? (citizen input)
should we keep (as in Fla)
.4 day workweek
.drilling in the gulf ONLY if every Fla citizen
gets a dividend check (as Alaska)
.no income tax, back to import tax
as in beginning of USA.the fed. reserve. (as of today,
Canadian money, was more valuable)
."splash & flash" subsidies ~ look it up,
involves 1galBio for 99gal diesel and
calling it green and .shipping it
Overseas to guess where?
.the war in irak
.iran pakistan
.afghanistan
.HB 2640
also known as "the disarmament act"
.health care for all
*redistricting issues
.homeowners ins.
.impact fees
*putting the library of congress
on the internet
.30% plus interest on credit cards
.a moonbase first not mars
.mars
.motorcyclists rights
.all students books available for/in laptops
.Rx costs
.we've started to see tons of foreclosures,
bankrupcies will be next
.the cost of petroleum
.the cost of diesel fuel relative to gas
...and I'm sure I have plenty more
as I am sure you do to...

Well those are just some of the things
that interest me...
and that won't mean a hill of beens IF
none of them ever get to the floor and
can even be addressed
where are you on...won't matter if it
doesn't get brought to the floor and
to do that one has to get it to commttee etc.
Alot of what will get looked at is already
in the works.
and as a freshman I will have to learn
the ropes and hope that I get appointed
to the right committees.

So that brings us back..
to me.. representing YOU.
...anything that you want addressed,
or think I should be made aware of
...please feel free to let me know
about it...and on that note also,
IF I do get elected, and there
is anything that I can personally
do 'for you' in my position as
your representative...
Do not think twice about contacting me.

gotta go...
...I'm trying? to raise a million dollars
...5 dollars at a time...@:
WERDER
c/o 18419 Whitacre Circle, Hudson, FL 34667

Sincerely,

..............H. David "the flagpole sitter" Werder
for US ~ Congress



PS~It has been said:
*In the US of A there are approximately
4,600,000 million laws on the books....
and we've yet to improve on the first 10,
the 10 commandments; from 2,000+ years ago.
...........................................................................................

Well, I hope all this got through to you.
Thanks for taking the time and taking a look........
and finally ....Internet Users, Information seekers, et. al.,
...."Are you by any chance a registered voter?
..........(in my district?)"....
District includes: ALL of Hernando, Citrus, and Sumter counties,
and parts of Pasco, Polk, Lake, Marion, and Levy.
Sincerely,
.....HDW
.................................................................................STOP/END

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Do you have brochures, bumper stickers or any other campaign materials we can place in our DEC Headquarters? We want to be sure to provide our Democratic Members with as much information on ALL the individual candidates as possible!

You can mail all materials to:
Lake County DEC
317 E. Main St.
Tavares, FL 32778

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