I AM NOT WITHOUT SIN. I AM JUST AN INDIVIDUAL LOOKING TO MAKE A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE IN CALIFORNIA FOR OUR
VETERANS, OUR SENIOR CITIZENS, AND THOSE OF OUR COMMUNITY WHO TRULY WANT TO HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE

BUILDING A CALIFORNIA THAT WE CAN ALL AFFORD TO LIVE IN



THESE ARE THE JUST A FEW THINGS I WOULD LIKE TO ACHIEVE WHILE IN OFFICE
Check back weekly. As each week passes by I will have the opportunity to expound more thoroughly on each topic.


BANK FEES - MANDATORY LIMIT OF $5.00
Bank fees have become outrageous for just about everything — and why? Banks are using your money to make money for themselves. It's not like we deposit our money with a bank and they leave the money in the bank. Instead they invest it and pay you 1% of less of every dollar they made on investing your money; trust me I worked in a bank investment department. And, as happened in 2008, the banks still managed to almost go bankrupt. Despite the billions of dollars we gave the financial institutions to bail them out, what did we get in return? It wasn't a thank you. We have to stop the outrageousness of these financial institutions — at least in California — and forbid banks to charge in excess of $5.00 for check charges, and $1.00 for ATM fees.


COMPULSORY MILITARY SERVICE FOR ALL RESIDENTS TURNING THE AGE OF 18 IN CALIFORNIA.
One of the primary complaints of our youth today is the inaffordability of a college education. Likewise, the cost of health insurance. By joining the United State Armed Forces, these costs would be eliminated since the United States Armed Forces will pay for a college education as well as providing comprehensive health care. I was a recepient of both. The United States Government also provides comprehensive home loans to help underwrite the purchase of a first home. What more could you ask for?


DISCOUNTS OF AT LEAST 20% OFF ALMOST ALL SERVICES FOR SENIORS AND DISABLED RESIDENTS
This discount would with Comcast, AT&T, Amazon, and through other Internet companies. Likewise, the same discounts would apply to seiners and disabled persons in California who own residential property.


ELIMINATION OF STATE FUNDED WELFARE EXCEPT FOR SEVERALLY DISABLED AND ELDERLY RESIDENTS
I would seek to Ensure that anyone seeking "welfare related benefits" would instead have to enlist in one of the branches of the United States Armed Forces, thereby providing them with full medical and related benefits, as well as housing, and care for dependants.

›KILL SHELTERS
When I am elected Governor of California, I can assure you that one of the first things I will do is to abolish the existence of any animal shelter that subscribes to the practice of killing animals when they haven't been adopted in a prescribed period of time. Every animal can serve a meaningful purpose. One of the ways to encourage people to adopt animals is create incentives; incentives such as up to $500.00 a-year in covered health care costs. Too, creating a fund that will financially reward people for making sure that their animals are neutered. Incentives that will help families better address ways to give up pets they can no longer to care for various reasons — such as through foster homes until a more permanente home can be found. We don't have to destroy everything we can't deal with.

MANDATORY HOUSING FOR ALL VETERANS BEFORE MAKING AVAILABLE ANY HOUSING TO ANY OTHER INDIVIDUALS


RENT CONTROL
Rent control is a form of price control that helps to limit the amount a property owner can charge for renting out a home, apartment or other real estate. Rent control acts as a price ceiling by preventing rents from being charged above a certain level or from increasing at a rate higher than a predetermined percentage. Currently, a 600 square foot apartment in Concord can rent for upwards of $1,800.00 per month. In Walnut Creek, a 600 square foot apartment is renting for upwards off $2,800.00 a month. Yet the landlords themselves have proved they can't (won't) live in a 600 square foot space; they need 2,000 to 5,000 square feet to live. One basket ball player for the Golden State Warriors insisted that after having another baby, he had to increase his house size by over 5,000 square feet at the cost of increased ticket prices for you to go to watch him play basketball. So why should the middle class be forced to live in file boxes? When elected Governor of Califfornia, I will provide move to pass legislation that will prevent landlords from raising rents above and beyond 3% a year — even if a tenant moves out — and in exchange, I will also give them incentives to keep their tenants. Greed has to end somewhere.

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