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Brian Moore on Technology

Socialist nominee for President


Massive federal investment in infrastructure

We support a program of massive federal investment in both urban and rural areas for infrastructure and economic development. It is important to direct technology toward scientific exploration, research and development.
Source: Email interview on presidential race with OnTheIssues.org Apr 3, 2008

Transfer interstate highway funding to high-speed rail

We call for a fully funded high-speed national rail system, an end to the expansion of the interstate highway system and reduction of combustion engine transport. We call for public ownership and worker control of the airline industry and the petroleum and gas industries until their use is no longer viable.
Source: Email interview on presidential race with OnTheIssues.org Apr 3, 2008

Invest in rural infrastructure & public transportation

Source: Campaign website, www.votebrianmoore.com, "Issues" Dec 23, 2007

Moratorium on Internet tax; enforce Internet crime

Source: Congressional 2006 National Political Awareness Test Nov 1, 2006

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Nominees:
GOP: Sen.John McCain
Democrat: Sen.Barack Obama
Dem.V.P.: Sen.Joe Biden

GOP V.P. Possibilities:
Gov.Haley Barbour(MS)
Gov.Charlie Crist(FL)
Mayor Rudy Giuliani(NYC)
Gov.Mike Huckabee(AR)
Sen.Joe Lieberman(CT)
Gov.Tim Pawlenty(MN)
Gov.Mitt Romney(MA)
Gov.Mark Sanford(SC)

Third Parties:
Constitution: Chuck Baldwin
Libertarian: Rep.Bob Barr
Libertarian: Sen.Mike Gravel
Constitution: Amb.Alan Keyes
Liberation: Gloria La Riva
Green: Rep.Cynthia McKinney
Socialist: Brian Moore
Independent: Ralph Nader
Libertarian: Rep.Ron Paul
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Page last updated: Oct 01, 2008