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Interview with US Congressional Candidate Jacob Turk

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Meeting and listening to the people of my district, spending time with my wife Donna, fighting for conservative values.
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The governmental policies that work to create jobs in tough economic times are clear. Our economic policies need to be based on freeing the American people as consumers and businesspeople to fix our recession and create jobs. We only have to look to our 20th century history to find what does (and doesn't) work. Every time our federal government significantly reduced our taxes the economy took off – Mellon 1920's, Kennedy 1960's, Reagan 1980's, Bush 2000's.

When the government sucked up our resources to centrally run the economy they turned a recession into the Great Depression – Hoover/Roosevelt 1930's. Our economy did not fully recover from that administration's disastrous picking of winners and losers in the marketplace until President Truman instituted more favorable policies post World War II.

Our choice is simple:
Tax cuts both personal and business produce the environment that produces new jobs.
More government spending soaking up our personal and business resources creates the environment for stagnation in job creation.

Congress adopted the policy that does not and is not working producing runaway unemployment and fear in the American people.