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Carla Howell on Foreign Policy

Libertarian Challenger Governor (MA); 2000 Challenger for Senate


Interventionist foreign policy IS the problem

Carla Howell is the Peace Candidate for US Senate. The US Government has troops stationed in over 100 countries. American military men and women are being placed in harmís way. For unelected dictators. Tyrants. Totalitarian governments.

Our Big Government interventionist foreign policy doesnít work. It makes things worse. It creates new problems. It squanders and wastes money and human lives. Our Big Government interventionist foreign policy IS the problem. Small government IS the solution.

Source: SenateMatch questionnaire interview Sep 5, 2000

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