Team Lumaj releases "Lumaj Plan" in time for the GOP Convention
FAIRFIELD, Conn., May 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Peter Lumaj, representing Connecticut's only Conservative candidate for the United States Senate, happily promotes the 'Lumaj Plan'. Given that the election of 2012 is the most significant election since Reagan, arguably since Lincoln, Team Lumaj presents its formal public policy proposal critiquing the intrinsic failure that has become American Liberalism; fixing inflation, currency depreciation, unemployment, public debt, failing schools and foreign policy.
The 'Lumaj Plan' articulates both the domestic policy challenges and the existential foreign threats that dominate regions of the world that American hegemony has thwarted for decades. Written under the aegis of Fredrick Hayek, Ludwig von Mises and Ronald Reagan, the 'Lumaj Plan' views inflation and currency depreciation as the twin enormities of failed liberalism; where inflation is viewed as hidden taxation, as theft, as coercion and social engineering. Fiscal Reform is articulated from within the confines of Paul Ryan's plan of a simplified tax rate, minimum corporate taxation, the repeal of Obamacare and the reform of social mandates that drive an expansive federal budget. Team Lumaj tackles energy, immigration and education reform from within the Republican ideals of individual sovereignty and limited enumerated government.
Foreign policy includes detailed analysis of American policy regarding Afghanistan, Pakistan, China, Russia, Mexico, Central America, Israel, North Korea and Iran.
The 'Lumaj Plan' is available to the public on the Peter Lumaj webpage lumaj2012.com. We welcome comments and criticism for the single most important policy proposal since the election of Ronald Reagan.
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