Murray Sabrin on Budget & Economy

Republican Senate challenger


Free enterprise is the key to national prosperity

Question topic: Free enterprise and the right to private property turn mankind's natural self interest into the fairest and most productive economic system there is, and are the key to national prosperity.

Sabrin: Strongly Agree

Source: Faith2Action iVoterGuide on 2014 New Jersey Senate race , Jul 2, 2014

Federal Reserve is one big scam

Sabrin said his main priority is restoring financial sustainability, and he raised particular concern with the Federal Reserve System, calling it "one big scam." He also presented a plan to restore sustainability.

"That means having market-based interest rates, reducing spending to what the people will pay for in taxes so they don't have deficits, and freeing up the economy from the strangulation of regulations, which are now 80,000 pages in the Federal Register," he said. "For the average person who wants to start a business, they look at all the regulations that they have to go through and they say, 'I can't do this.'"

Source: The Times of Trenton on 2014 New Jersey Senate race , Mar 10, 2014

Supports balanced budget and less spending

The government takes too much of our money and regulates too much of our lives and our businesses. We need to have a balanced budget and less spending in Washington to force the government to tighten its belt and live within its means. We all know if you give a politician an opportunity to spend tax money or send it back to the tax-payers, they will find an excuse to spend the money. A balanced budget and less spending will go a long way towards strengthening the Dollar as will exposing sunshine into the activities of the Federal Reserve. The combination of the Government spending beyond its means and the Federal Reserve printing more money has caused the financial crisis we find ourselves in today. It is against the law for you or I to print funny money, then why isn't against the law for the Federal Reserve to do it? I will be the greatest champion of the tax-payer the United States Senate has ever seen. The Sabrin Solution is to promote freedom.
Source: 2008 N.J. Senate campaign website MurraySabrin.com , Nov 1, 2008

Federal Reserve: unelected bureaucrats harming our economy

Dr. "Maverick Murray" Sabrin admonished Ben Bernanke and the rest of the Federal Reserve for increasing taxes on struggling American families by causing rampant inflation throughout the United States. Dr. Murray Sabrin stated, "As American families struggle to pay for rising gas prices, rising food prices, and rising mortgage prices, the unelected Ben Bernanke and the rest of the Federal Reserve continued down its path of increasing these costs with their recent action to lower interest rates."

Sabrin continued, "Senator Frank Lautenberg and Congressman Rob Andrews have ignored the needs of New Jersey seniors by not doing their job. When I am elected to the United States Senate in November, I will hold these unelected bureaucrats accountable for the harm they have inflicted on our economy." Maverick Murray concluded, "The days of 'The Bernanke Bungle' are coming to a close."

Source: Press release, "Federal Reserve", in 2008 N.J. Senate race , May 1, 2008

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