How do you assess the Trump administration so far?
Wunder: A mess and an embarrassment to the office.
Do you support or oppose the federal tax cuts passed in 2017? What effect do you believe they will have on the economy?
Wunder: I oppose the cuts because they were too small and there was no spending cuts to go along with.
Is the level of national debt a concern? What, if anything, should be done to reduce it or constrain its increase?
Wunder: Yes because it shows we spend way more then we can afford.
Is the level of economic inequality in the United States a problem, and if so, what should the federal government do to address it?
Wunder: I believe there is some level but the Government has not business in trying to solve that issue. It should be done on a social level and not through a Government regulated means.
Should federal gun laws be changed, and if so, how?
Wunder: We should make the ability for law bidding citizens to protect themselves easier and not harder. Allow people the constitutional right to protect themselves the same as lawmakers on capital are afforded.
What should Congress do with respect to the Affordable Care Act? Should it be strengthened, and if so, how? Should it be scrapped? If so, what if anything should replace it?
Wunder: Repeal and replace with with a law that allows citizens to purches insurance across state lines. Allow people to choose whatever coverage they wish. People can group together to get a lower premium if they choose. Deregulation mixed with the ability of free choice will naturally lower the cost.
What role should the federal government play in helping cities like Baltimore?
Wunder: None. We as people should ban together and help each other voluntarily. Baltimore is the result of decades of large Government involvement. Advocating more will only cause more and more harm.
What can Congress do to address the opioid epidemic?
Wunder: Decriminalize drug use and treat it like a health crisis. We lock people up and destroy their future for a non violent crime. I would immediately work to release those offenders and give them an expunged record.
What changes if any should Congress make to our immigration and deportation laws and policies?
Wunder: Allow more and easier immigration. We are a beacon of hope and freedom to anyone willing to come here. If you commit a crime you should be prosecuted but if not you are free to come and be apart of our society. Citizenship should be earned through education and paperwork filings. That means no right to vote or hold an elected office position.
Should the United States continue with the free trade policies it pursued for the last several decades, or should it enact restrictions in an attempt to help domestic industries?
Wunder: We should have no Government involvement in who we trade with. Open and free trade is a right we all have as a citizen of a free world.
Do you support the Iran nuclear deal?
Wunder: No. We should not be involved in other countries affairs unless they are specificly threatning the United States.
How should the United States address the rise of North Korea’s nuclear program?
Wunder: We provoke them my sending trops to their border and flying bombers over the DMZ. We need to bri g our trops home and stay out of their business.