I am an advocate for:
Every tax diminishes individual freedom and individual autonomy and the ability to spend your own money the way you think best. I believe you should keep what you earn to spend, save or invest as you think best for yourself.
Low taxes permit and encourage saving and investment in businesses, which creates the jobs to produce the goods and provide the services that people want, need and are willing to voluntarily pay for with money they have earned. I believe in incentives to inventors and innovators to create new products, new services, to improve the quality of life for all.
I believe in parental choice in education. Parents know better what is best for their children, than government bureaucrats. Citizens should have a right to work without coerced union membership.
Free markets and individual ingenuity rewarded have produced more goods and services to more people than any other form of economic systems. Free markets produce the goods and services that people want, need and are willing to pay for with money they earned.
After graduating from St. Joseph’s Preparatory School of Philadelphia in 1963, Bob went on to study at Georgetown University where he earned his B.A. in Philosophy in 1966. Upon discovering that there was little money in philosophizing, he decided to continue his education at Temple University School of Law, which he attended from 1966-1969. In 1970, after successfully obtaining his Juris Doctorate of Law, he was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar.
Bob supports a number of conservative candidates and causes for their emphasis on supply side economics (including effective tax cuts) and strong defense of Israel. Bob is a politically and socially active man who believes that ideas have power. This power is necessary to convey messages and form groups that will help educate and enlighten others.
In 2006 – 2007, Bob enthusiastically supported the following candidates and races (to name a few) with the purpose of advancing the agenda of Limited Government, Individual Liberty and Economic Freedom.
Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA)
Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA)
12th District: Keith Rothfus (R-PA)
30th District: State Senator John Eichelberger (R-PA)
48th District: State Senator Mike Folmer (R-PA)
79th District: John McGinnis House District (R-PA)