Notice that I'm not asking you for money?

You'll notice that I don't have my hand out asking for campaign funds. That signals a philosophy of government.

There is a PayPal donation box on the Reform party website, but it doesn't go to me, it goes to the party, and I can vouch for the fact that the Reform party is frugal in the use of its funds. When the Reform party had its annual meeting this year, we all paid for our own meals.

Money is a funny thing: The more you have of it, the more you want to spend. The Kansas Reform party (and I myself as a candidate of the Reform party) understands that your money is valuable and that there are things you want to do with your money, so we are frugal with money. We campaign without spending vast sums of money, and you can expect the same when we're in office; we're not going to spend your tax money freely; we believe you know better than the government what to do with your money.

Of course it takes some money to run a government, but a limited government doesn't take much money to run, and that means you shouldn't be paying that much in taxes. Did you know that in the War for American Independence, all the fuss from the American colonists over taxation without representation was raised over taxes that were only about 1% of income? Nowadays the government takes over half our income in actual and indirect taxes and still claims it needs more! Enough is enough. Vote Reform.