Monthly Archives: September 2010

Forest Baker: The government is never efficient with what it does.

Instead of reforming public education or further socializing medicine We the People should start taking those services back into our own hands. A Libertarian approach to American society implies decentralization away from the central government toward a much more Jeffersonian model (as opposed to a Adams model).”
Forest Baker, Candidate for Congress, 9/18/10 Continue reading

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Vote Forest Baker for Congress on Nov. 2, 2010

Those of you who want to be in the United States, however, stop looking to the central government to solve your problems or to service your responsibilities. Elect politicians who know how to make you free. You want a disfunctional government and more socialism? Then there’s lots of places in the world just like that and you don’t need to be here. – Forest Baker, Candidate for Congress, 9/12/10 Continue reading

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Forest Baker calls for “Rally Against Political Racism” on 9/25

In an effort to focus attention on solutions to our nation’s most pressing problems, Republican candidate for congress Forest Baker is organizing a “Rally Against Political Racism” on Saturday, September 25, 2010 in Union City, CA to condemn racism and religious intolerance within modern politics – amongst both parties. Continue reading

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Forest Baker on the San Leandro Marina and Federal Funds for the East Bay

Barbara Lee got Oakland over $80 million of Stimulus money and Mike Honda got San Jose nearly $60. Dianne Feinstein gave San Leandro $0.5 million, Pete Stark delivered $1.16 million and another $1 million was Stimulus funding. Continue reading

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Immigration: Stop the trafficking, defeat the cartels

The Problem: “There’s a civil war taking place in Mexico as ex-military personnel have organized themselves into private armies far superior to the traditional criminal cartels and they have taken on the Mexican government directly. They’ve exhausted their opportunities selling us … Continue reading

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Forest Baker on Voters’ Trust of Congress

Incumbent members of Congress don’t exactly get a vote of confidence from their constituents according to Scott Rasmussen Reports: Just 27% of voters think their representative in Congress is the best possible person for the job, down six points from … Continue reading

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