Missouri's 7th District, U.S. House of Representatives




2006 Congressional Issues
The Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP)

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The United States is going to be merged with Mexico. A new government will be created to govern the new "North American Community," or "United States of North America." This claim leaves most voters staggering in disbelief.

Most voters love the great national hymn, "America the Beautiful." The architects of the "North American Community" want us to sing "North America the Beautiful."

In 1776, America's Founding Fathers risked "our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor" in defense of "Liberty Under God." We are about to lose everything they risked. Will you take a moment to learn the facts about the abolition of the United States?

As the Majority Whip, Roy Blunt was instrumental in securing passage of CAFTA, The Central American Free Trade Agreement. CAFTA is an expansion of NAFTA to five Central American nations ( Guatemala , El Salvador , Honduras , Costa Rica and Nicaragua ), and the Dominican Republic, and promotes the agenda of the SPP. It passed through the U.S. House of Representatives by one vote in the middle of the night on July 27, 2005 . All sides agree it would have failed without the energy and dedication of Congressman Roy Blunt.

CAFTA is a bridge between NAFTA and the FTAA, the Free Trade Area of The Americas, which will unite North America (NAFTA), Central America (CAFTA) and South America into one regional hemisphere-wide mega-state, similar to the European Union.

Many conservatives are disappointed that the Bush Administration is not taking stronger action to secure the borders against illegal immigration. They do not understand that the Bush Administration is planning on eliminating the border, and permitting “free mobility of labor” between the former nations of Mexico and the U.S. The border between the two countries will be as superfluous as the border between Missouri and Arkansas.

The Declaration of Independence says we have the right, even the duty, to abolish any government which is destructive of  Liberty Under God. The U.S. federal government is far more destructive of the ideals of America than the government of George III, which America rejected in 1776.

The question is not whether we will abolish the United States, the question is how.

Libertarian candidate Kevin Craig believes that instead of taking the powers which “We the People” delegated to the federal government in the Constitution of 1787 and giving those powers to a newly-created regional government, such as courts, parliaments and executive agencies under NAFTA, FTAA, and the SPP, those powers should simply be taken from the federal government and returned to The People. Roy Blunt and the Bush Administration want political power transferred upward, from the federal government to new regional governments. Kevin Craig wants those powers moved downward, returning them back to the localities and families from whence they originally came.

During the last ten years, under the leadership of Majority Whip Roy Blunt, Congress has joined the "unitary executive" in moving America farther away from the ideals of America's Founding Fathers than any administration in history. Kevin Craig would like to be elected to Congress for ten years to help undo that destruction, and perhaps move America back to the ideals that made America the greatest and most admired nation in history:

  • Free enterprise: Freedom to compete, succeed, and enjoy the fruits of your labor

  • Charity

  • Liberty Under God

When Roy Blunt was first elected to Congress in 1996, the Republican Party National Platform promised the following:

As a first step in reforming government, we support elimination of the Departments of Commerce, Housing and Urban Development, Education, and Energy, and the elimination, defunding or privatization of agencies which are obsolete, redundant, of limited value, or too regional in focus. Examples of agencies we seek to defund or to privatize are the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the Legal Services Corporation.

The National Endowment for the Arts was notorious for its subsidizing of anti-Christian, pornographic “art,” including “art” which featured a figure of Jesus Christ submerged in a container of the artist’s urine. These programs undermine the very heart and soul of America.

And yet, our incumbent Congressman has not only failed to abolish these unconstitutional agencies, he has consistently voted to INCREASE funding for these agencies.

Kevin Craig seeks to abolish the U.S. federal government by privatizing all government functions and restoring “Liberty Under God.” Kevin Craig is firmly convinced that America’s Founding Fathers would do the same in our current situation.

Kevin Craig would work to abolish the IRS and the Income Tax. If Congress cut government spending by an amount equal to the revenue brought in by the Income Tax, the federal government would be forced to shrink back to the size it was during . . . the Clinton Administration.

Care of the poor and elderly is said by the Bible to be the essence of pure religion (James 1:27). It is not a legitimate function of government. Privatizing all welfare would dramatically shrink the size of government. It would then only be several times as large as it was during the tyrannical reign of King George III in 1776.

After these unconstitutional government agencies are abolished, Missouri voters can decide if they want to re-elect Kevin Craig in 2014 for a fifth term, in which he will work to privatize all courts, highways, and national defense.

Kevin Craig’s bases his radical libertarianism on the teachings of Jesus Christ in the Bible. He sees the Christian walk described in the pledge which all members of the Libertarian Party are required to sign:

I do not believe in or advocate the initiation of force as a means of achieving political or social goals.

Kevin Craig believes the heart of the American ideal is competition, creativity, and freedom from the initiation of force.

If you want the government to take money by force from your neighbor and give it to you, you are not a libertarian, according to Kevin Craig. He adds, “Nor are you a good American.”

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