It’s been another busy week on the campaign trail, and I’m enjoying getting to meet even more of you!
Besides normal meet-and-greets, and legislative duties, I had the honor of speaking to a group of young world changers! I was asked to speak at the 15th annual TeenPact graduation at the Capitol. If you have children ages 8-19, check out their program. The TeenPact Motto says it all: “Changing lives to change the world.”
While I’m excited to see the enthusiasm our young people have for government and politics, I’m also doing everything I can to reduce the huge debt burden our government has placed upon them.
Did you know that our national debt is over $30,152,747,806,137?
Our children deserve better than that.
Meanwhile, I’m also working on fiscal policy in South Dakota.
In the State House, we are looking at over 100 spending bills this session.
That kind of government expansion is ridiculous. I’m determined to reduce the trillions of dollars of federal and state spending that our government has inflicted on the next generation.
Back when I was in the Air Force and went through Airborne School, the Rangers used to say, “Kill ’em all, let God sort ’em out!”
I think I’m making that motto my policy on this tax-and-spend legislation that vastly expands government!
Whether you can chip in $100, $50, or just $25, every dollar will go toward spreading our common sense message of fiscal responsibility across the state.
Let’s drain the swamp, together.