Yesterday Governor Huntsman unveiled a bold reform agenda that will rejuvenate our economy and restore trust in our nation’s institutions of power, from Washington to Wall Street.
- Ends corporate welfare and crony capitalism by eliminating every last subsidy and special interest carve-out in our 17,000 page tax code, while lowering rates across the board.
- Deals honestly with our historic debt by cutting spending and reforming entitlements, using the Ryan plan as a basis of reform.
- Ensures no financial entity is too-big-to-fail by breaking up the big banks on Wall Street.
- Adopts a comprehensive energy strategy that frees us from foreign oil.
- Streamlines regulations in order to create a free, fair and competitive marketplace.
- Brings our troops home from Afghanistan, while leaving behind an appropriately-sized counterterrorist presence.
- Enacts congressional term limits and lobbying reform to curb the influence of special interests and stop the revolving door between Capitol Hill and K Street lobbying firms.
The immediate reaction has been fantastic:
- NY Times' Michael Shear: Huntsman: "We don’t need a lobbyist in chief. And we don’t need a panderer in chief "
- NH Union Leader: Huntsman At NH Town Hall Meeting - Leaders Must Rebuild Trust
- Boston Globe: Huntsman's Closing Argument for NH Primary
- Business Insider: Huntsman: "The people are getting screwed in this country"
- Human Events: Huntsman Lays Out Free-Market Plan to End Crony Capitalism
That’s just a sampling. Our website traffic and online donations are also spiking upwards. Now we need your help to keep the momentum going.
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