Website of the 15th Ward Democrats. An open political ward organization in South St. Louis.
Tuesday, May 01, 2012
Response from Clay Thunderhawk, Candidate for Governor
1. What do you view as the key role, and/or attributes needed for this position? What experience/attributes do you have that qualify you for this position?
I am a problem solver with many years of experience in business at the top levels. I will ferret out the non-producers and the shady politicians. I am squeaky clean and will find ways to save money and improve performance.
2. Why do you think you are the best person for this position? What differentiates you from your opponent(s)?
I cannot be bought by special interests. I will bring honesty and truth to the position. Our present governor owes the Mormon Church his [response ends there]
3. What do you feel are the most pressing issues currently facing this office and what plans do you have to address these issues? (please be specific)
The cost of medical care is bloated by doctors who never treated the patient but send bills that get paid at the threat of ruining their credit.
4. What are your plans to increase the number of jobs in Missouri?
Create a sense of well being in the public and they will respond with confidence and ideas that will make those jobs increase.
5. What are your priorities for education?
We need more post-secondary schools. We need to identify and encourage the top students. I know the problem because as a college teacher I know how to get the best out of my students!
6. How do you plan to address the state budget deficit?
More jobs and fair employment measures. Encourage those top students to join the fight for better work conditions and fair chance for success.
7. What will you do to improve the general public’s impression of the political and legislative process in Jefferson City, in response to the deeply partisan battles of the past several years? How will you address the schism between Republicans and Democrats?
We all, regardless of party, should work together to rid ourselves of ambitious outsiders whose loyalties are rooted in some other state – separation of church (LDS) and state is the key!
8. Describe how you work with, or will work with, others to address your priorities.
Communicate! Communicate! Communicate!
9. What particular strengths would help you defeat the Republican opponent in the November general election?
I am better qualified for the job and have no ties to business giants masquerading as a church trying to take over the government of Missouri as they have five Western States! I can’t be bought!
Posted by Jan at 12:39 PM
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