Green Hassig’s Top Seven Campaign Issues

Here are my top seven campaign issues.  The federal government needs
to take these steps now.  Protecting the environment will benefit all
of us.  Providing well for the basic needs of the people will usher in
a far brighter future.

(1) Stop all fracking in the USA. No more fracking for oil. No more
fracking for gas. No more fracking period.

(2) Create a good job for every American who wants to work. Other
nations have full employment such as this. Cuba is a good example.  We
can build new medical schools and employ more doctors.  We can employ
more farmers growing organic food.  We can provide jobs for more
teachers by making all education free.

(3) Provide free health care for all. This means Medicaid for every American.

(4) Provide free education through graduate school.

(5) Provide a significant quantity of free organic food for all
Americans. This can be paid for with compensation awards won in
federal lawsuits against chemical and manufacturing corporations that
have used chemicals carelessly during the course of the past hundred
years. The US Justice Department has the legal firepower to take on
Monsanto, General Electric, Dow, General Motors, ALCOA, Westinghouse,
et al. I want the Justice Department to initiate lawsuits that demand
compensation for the poisoning of every American with PCBs, dioxins
and brominated flame retardants. This is only fair. Free organic food
will help repair the damage to health that has resulted from careless
corporate chemical use.

(6) Make taxes fair.  The sale of mortgages, stocks, and all other
financial sector sales should be taxed by the federal government.
This tax will generate a large new revenue stream.  It can provide
funds for the measures described above.

(7) Educate all Americans on the subject of chemical carcinogen
exposure minimization.  This means providing the American public with
information including:  the names of chemicals known or suspected to
cause cancer in humans, the ways in which people are exposed to these
substances and strategies for minimizing exposure.  The National
Toxicology Program and the International Agency for Research on Cancer
publish lists of known and suspected human carcinogens.  These are the
chemicals that government needs to educate Americans about.

Viva the New Age, New American Revolution!


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