Many Americans are understandably upset about the out of control spending and assaults on personal liberty coming out of Washington. There is something we as Iowans can do to prevent this.
The US Constitution sets limits on the role of the federal government and reserves all other responsibilities to the states. Washington has ignored the Constitution for some time now. This has led to the massive national debt and government officials micromanaging our daily lives.
All states, including Iowa, have the means and responsibility to its residents, to prevent Washington from overstepping its bounds.
I am running to promote this plan for returning power to Iowa. If the Iowa Legislature retakes authority usurped by the federal government, you and your neighbors will have much more impact on the regulations, laws, taxes, etc imposed on Iowan’s.
He and his wife attended nursing school together before he started medical school.They plan on using their medical training to serve others.They have gone on several construction and medical trips to South Africa, Namibia, Zambia, Peru, and most recently Afghanistan in 2009.
Dustin considers himself to be a “Christian Libertarian.” He is unapologetically, and absolutely 100% pro-life. Dustin credits Ron Paul's run in 2008 for revitalizing Dustin's interest in politics.He has recently been an activist for liberty in the Iowa City area.
He also ran for the Iowa House in 2010 as a Libertarian.It was a somewhat symbolic run, as no third party has ever been elected to the Iowa legislature, but it allowed him to discuss limited government solutions to our current problems as well as gave people another option, as the incumbent was running unopposed.
His career interests include medical ethics, critical care medicine and organ transplantation.He serves on the University of Iowa's ethics committee.
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