There is no current U.S. Senator who will be exactly like me. But I do applaud the few that have stood strong and voted NO on bills such as ESSA, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Omnibus. My job in the U.S. Senate will be to stop them from passing legislation that most of them have voted for in recent years. I will do this aggressively. I read the bills, so I will have a team of people like me up there reading the bills and informing the public about why it is important to vote no, most of the bills have been harmful. We will have to start repealing bills that have passed in recent years to get our country back. I will not vote to raise the debt ceiling. I will not vote for massive spending bills. I will not vote to fund any unconstitutional federal agency, including the U. S. Department of Education and the Federal Bureau of Land management, among others.
Thank you for your questions Tommy. Yes, I do support a flat tax. I don't think the tax code should be used in any way to influence what people do with their money, so a flat, proportional tax makes sense.