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  Brown, Rachel
NameRachel Brown
Address131 Fayette St
Quincy, Massachusetts , United States
Born Unknown
Last ModifedRBH
Jun 15, 2012 05:35pm
InfoI chose to run for Congress (Massachusetts' 4th Congressional district), because I realized I am more competent than those currently holding office, and failure to change current policies will result in a collapse of the nation.

I did not plan on entering public life, but always had an inclination to do so, in the sense that I have always seen the reason for my existence being to use my good fortune to help those less fortunate. In my life, I have been lucky to have been given the tools to make educated decisions based on my own convictions. Growing up in Seattle, Washington, my father worked at Boeing, and my mother ran an in-home daycare, where I discovered the joy of working with kids

In college I decided to study education and social work, seeing it the most effective use of my abilities to provide children with the firm foundation to develop as happy human beings, understanding that influences of low family income, and problematic parents were the largest source of harm to these children's development; and that every human being deserves dignity, especially during childhood.

While in college I realized there was a greater problem causing these other factors, and that was the collapse of the basic economic and moral structure of society. Joining the system would actually not have the effect I desired, if the cultural and economic collapse was allowed to continue.

What had to be done, then, in 2002, and still more urgently now, in 2010, was to restore the foundation of a healthy economy and culture. That is, a culture oriented around human creativity and scientific breakthroughs, and an economy which fosters that culture, through advances in living standard and basic infrastructure, as facilitated by sane banking policies.

That is why I became political, and have since fought tirelessly for these ideas, always working to shape the national political dialogue to one focused on these basic principles and their inherent solutions. This has included working on Lyndon LaRouche's presidential campaign and political action committee, on issues such as, returning to a national banking system, retooling the collapsing auto sector to build infrastructure, fighting to stop the Iraq War and a potential war from arising in Iran, impeaching Dick Cheney for orchestrating lies to implement these wars, working to freeze home foreclosures with the Homeowner’s and Bank Protection Act, and fighting for a new Pecora Commission to prosecute the crimes of Wall St.

The occasion on which most of you saw me, was one instance of this activity, when I challenged Barney Frank on his defense of the Wall St. bailout and Obama's Hitler healthcare policy, both of which policies only further harm the American population, even to death.

Now my political experience has become invaluable, as our nation badly needs leadership that understands how to respond to this crisis.

I know what to do, and I’m committed to fight to save people’s lives, by stopping the Wall St. bailout, and rebuilding our economy with a future-oriented Mars colonization program, CCC-style youth training program, and Glass-Steagall reorganization of the banking system. Join with me now to remove the failed leadership in Congress, and enter a generation to bring in a new era.


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