SULLIVAN ON ISSUES
Friday, June 4, 2010
SULLIVAN for CONGRESS
21st DISTRICT NY - CONSERVATIVE
Joseph P Sullivan of Albany is the
announced Conservative candidate
for Congress 21st District.
Sullivan is an enrolled Conservative
and a true Conservative.
Sullivan opposes the Obama-Pelosi-Tonko
agenda to fundamentally (radically) transform
Sullivan says security, at the national, state
and local levels ,is our top priority.
When we are not safe, nothing else will matter.
Sullivan is a strong advocate of emergency/
disaster preparedness by individuals, households
schools, churches, synagogues, our health care
system, businesses and public utilities.
Sullivan will vote to repeal Obamacare, which is
bad medicine; vote against amnesty for illegal aliens
against cap and trade, and against imposition of a
Sullivan opposes foreign terrorists, and their
domestic allies in civil trials in NYC, or anywhere
else in the United States. They are enemy
combatants to be tried by military tribunals.
Keep GITMO open.
Sullivan will vote to Impeach
Barack Hussain Obama, to extend
the Bush tax cuts, to secure our national
borders and ports, and to
exempt seniors, over 701/2 from the
annual minimum IRA distribution
requirement for the next 5 years
Sullivan has called for abandonment
of the the Hudson River PCB dredging project
and reallocation of the nearly billion dollars to
rebuilding the aging water-sewer systems of
down river cities, including Troy, Cohoes,
Watervliet, Rensselaer and Albany.
This is a real jobs plan that will help prepare
the above cities for the return of population
that will occur as oil becomes too expensive
and, eventually, not available at any price.
Sullivan opposes high speed rail advocated
by Tonko. High speed rail is a pipe dream that
would cost billions of dollars to build, and require
billions more, in government subsidies to keep
such a network operational.
Instead, Sullivan advocates investing in the
upgrade of our rail roads to move freight and
passengers, building of light rail lines to connect
rural areas and suburbs with cities - looking
toward the day when oil is too expensive, or no
longer available to sustain current commuting
Sullivan advocates restoration of the Erie Canal
and Hudson River waterway and ports to move
freight, for the same reason.
Sullivan advocates restoring our manufacturing
base and maintaining/expanding agricultural
production for local food supply as well as for
processing and export.
Go to Sullivan's very complete and detailed
website for more: