Jim Gilmore the Republican wing of the Republican Party
"I'm Jim GiLmore. I've got a really big team. we're going to Bring some really nice things and we're going to be coming with no strings"
We're tired of the circus. We need someone who actually understands our concerns.
We need a president who is for lowering tax rates, strengthening our military, and would be willing to offer some illegal immigrants a path to legal status. Our rights should never be violated and as such, gun rights should never be revoked. We have a right to choice as well. Obamacare is detrimental to our economy and our rights and should not be forced upon those who don't want it. Obama's Iranian Nuclear Deal harbors the potential for terrorists to take advantage and attack. We need to be able to take preemptive action should it happen. Having been governor of Virginia gives me the knowledge to deal with issues that are stifling Americans as a whole.
Born as Jim S. Gilmore III in Richmond Virginia, on October 6, 1949, he worked in the service of law for nearly fifty years before becoming governor, where he then alleviated pressures by cutting taxes. As a noted leader in technological issues pertaining to law, he set many precedents in his home state.
Positions on Issues
Washington needs to pull in the reins on corporations that need financial oversight.
We need to take more control over banking, even if the government must expand its power.
America is a land of opportunity and should provide a chance for everyone to succeed.
College should provide scholarships for every needy student who meets the qualifications.
We are too reliant on other countries for energy. America still can be drilled and we can turn to other sources, such as nuclear and biomass.
Scholarships and Support
Every single child should be able to have an education and college tuition should not be a factor that pushes students away from the option of attending an university. If they meet the requirements set, they should be able to be properly taught, allowing everyone an equal oppotunity.
On Gun Laws
Guns do not cause harm themselves- it is the actions of individuals that might place others at risk and even if we do create strict gun laws, those individuals will find ways to obtain firearms or other ways to cause injury.
America Can Be Great Again
We can return to a free market entrepreneurial system and protect ourselves by becoming strong militarily.