ARIZONA CONSERVATIVE REFORM PARTY
We are losing the political heritage entrusted to us by the Founding Fathers. Confidence in the integrity of politicians in the nation’s Capital is at an all-time low. President Obama and both political parties are engaged in a battle for power while out-of-control spending and an exploding national debt threatens to plunge the U.S. into a depression. Many fear democrats will capture full control of the U.S. Congress in 2014 and set America on a path toward more irresponsible out-of-control spending, more job-killing regulations and a severely weakened national defense.
Mission: The Arizona Conseravtive Reform Party (ACRP) is dedicated to performing its civic duty by actively engaging in the political process. Consisting of voters primarily in Oro Valley, Marana, Catalina and Saddlebrook, we seek to reform how politics is conducted in the nation’s Capital and to reverse laws, policies and practices that violate the U.S. Constitution. We advocate adherence to the U.S. Constitution, demand state sovereignty, and support free market principles. What follows is a comprehensive agenda with specific proposals meant to stimulate strong economic growth, create jobs, and restore confidence in America’s political process.
2013 ACRP CONTRACT WITH ARIZONA
1. Constitutional Amendments: Paragraph 1, Sections 2 and 3, Article 1 of the U.S. Constitution establishes term limits for Representatives and Senators elected to the U.S. Congress -- two years for Representatives and six years for Senators. The following proposals would add stability and order to the Congress:
2. Governing Principles: Both parties have violated the Constitution. Safeguards that place restraints on government, promote freedom and prosperity, and empower the people have been abused. To set America back on track to prosperity, damage done to the Constitution and other encroachments on the rights of citizens would be reversed, as follows:
3. Cost, Size and Scope of Government: Politics in Washington D.C. is broken. Civility and compromise are absent. The president and GOP leaders rarely attempt to bridge differences. Partisan gridlock calls for a simple, direct and practical approach that avoids opposition. The president and Congress could agree to cap spending and then reduce annual budgets 2-5% a year for five years. Reductions in small increments spanning several years would allow for gradual transition to new funding levels with minimum disruption. Heads of departments, agencies, etc., would be required to focus on cutting waste. This method could also apply to reducing foreign aid, subsidies, congressional travel budget, etc., as follows:
4. Federal Taxes:
6. Illegal Immigration: Twelve million illegal immigrants reside in the U.S. It would be difficult for them to remain if those who assist, shelter and employ them were penalized. If penalties are adopted, there would be no need for border fences, border guards, deportation centers, etc. Drugs carried across borders would decline. Homeland Security’s efforts to guard, monitor, control borders and apprehend and deport illegals would lessen. Soon, illegals would self-deport to native lands. The U.S. government and states would save tens of billions of dollars a year every year without increasing their budget.
7. Campaign Reforms. Repeal the McCain-Feingold Act and replace it with the following:
8. Standards of Conduct: America’s problems originate in the Congress. Lobbyists, special interest groups, campaign contributors, foreign governments, unions, etc., relentlessly seek favors from presidents and members, resulting in burdensome and costly laws, policies and economy-killing regulations. Violations would be reported to the U.S. Attorney General who would appoint a Special Prosecutor to investigate and report to Congress within 120 days. Findings of wrongdoing would result in reprimand, censure, or expulsion from Congress. Criminal violations would be referred to law enforcement authorities. To restore honor and respect to the Office of the Presidency and Congress, the following standards are proposed:
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