U.S. Congress Candidate Dr. Donald May Aims To Reduce Big Government If Elected [AUDIO]
On the Tuesday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Dr. Donald May, candidate for U.S Congressional District 19, spoke with Chad Hasty about his campaign for Congress.
May said that one of his big intentions for running for Congress is to get in front of the American people and get them informed about what's really going on in Congress. He explained that, if elected, one of his major goals would be cutting down the size and scope of government. He said that the federal government is trying to do both its jobs and the jobs of the state, and that some of that power needs to return back to the states.
"The federal government has its hands in way too many things. We try to elect good people to Washington, but none of us are smart enough to run every sort of business. Running the federal government, keeping our military going, protecting us, keeping our borders secure, that's the job of the federal government. Running insurance programs, overseeing insurance programs, including health insurance, health care, welfare, education, that's the job of the state."
As far as specific legislation, May said that he would like to seen Obamacare taken apart and taking the government out of the health insurance market. He added that he'd also like to see the EPA reigned in, as their policies have been a burden to the oil and gas industries, as well as reigning in the Department of Education and separating welfare from the Farm Bill.
May also criticized his opponent, incumbent Congressman Randy Neugebauer, for not doing enough in Congress and supporting some "liberal agendas" like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
For more information on Dr. Donald May and his campaign for U.S. Congress, visit his website at mayfortexas.com.
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