My campaign for Congress has ended and I lost.  I'm starting a not-for-profit to lobby for change we need, and moving on to policy projects.

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    “John Moser's campaign focuses on addressing the issues facing middle class America. He is proposing detailed solutions, unlike the many candidates who campaign on vague rhetoric and/or make character attacks on other candidates in the running.”

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    “I’m supporting John Moser because, John is very good at what he can do, But he not only needs you liking him, but for what he can do to make Maryland safe again please pass this page to as many people on face nook u know. The more people who see this the more peopletjat can pass it along. Thank you Barb Remember the saying,,,, this one group of great people can Make the world go round. It’s time to get fresh people and young and old to see how we can Chang things for the good. Again thank u all for your help. Let’s get him elected to the congress . Tony ,”

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    “I support John Moser because he has real in depth plans for how to improve peoples lives through sensible welfare reforms.”

August 7, 2017

Why Americans must get their fair share

I've made a statement about why Americans must get their fair share.  This might strike a nerve somewhere, and yet it had to be said.

I am trying to solve the problems faced by the American people, and that requires a grasp of what's going on around me.  As such, I took the time one day to figure out what CEOs actually make—what happens if, as many have suggested, the rich executives were to actually give their money to their employees instead.  In a more general sense:  just how much can we tax out of the rich?

The answer is resoundingly not much.

To make a long story short, small-business owners make somewhere around twice what a Silicon Valley engineer might make; whereas most executives of large businesses make quite enough money to pool their resources and buy their employees a latte from Starbucks once a month.  All those millions don't go very far when you have tens or hundreds of thousands of employees; and they won't go very far when you have hundreds of millions of Americans.

It fits well with an old argument:  an executive might get compensation at 200-350 times the wage of one of their employees; yet they might have 20,000 employees and only receive 1% of the wage each makes, or 200,000 employees and receive 0.1%.  For large businesses, it can be pennies or even fractions of pennies per hour.

I cannot rally the American people to a cause I do not believe will work.  More taxes on the rich simply won't draw the income required to support the American people; instead, we must re-organize our welfare and social security systems to supply the same and greater benefits at lesser tax burdens to all Americans.  This I can do successfully.

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    “John Moser's campaign focuses on addressing the issues facing middle class America. He is proposing detailed solutions, unlike the many candidates who campaign on vague rhetoric and/or make character attacks on other candidates in the running.”

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    “I’m supporting John Moser because, John is very good at what he can do, But he not only needs you liking him, but for what he can do to make Maryland safe again please pass this page to as many people on face nook u know. The more people who see this the more peopletjat can pass it along. Thank you Barb Remember the saying,,,, this one group of great people can Make the world go round. It’s time to get fresh people and young and old to see how we can Chang things for the good. Again thank u all for your help. Let’s get him elected to the congress . Tony ,”

  • endorsed

    “I support John Moser because he has real in depth plans for how to improve peoples lives through sensible welfare reforms.”