LESLIE DAVIS 'Republicman''Republicman'

GOP U.S Congress District 3

Bloomington - Brooklyn Center - Brooklyn Park - Champlin - Chanhassen - Chaska - Coon Rapids - Corcoran - Dayton - Deephaven - Excelsior - Eden Prairie - Edina - Greenfield - Greenwood - Hassan - Hopkins - Independence - Long Lake - Loretto - Maple Grove - Maple Plain - Medina - Medicine Lake - Minnetonka - Minnetonka Beach - Minnetrista - Mound - Orono - Osseo - Plymouth - Rogers - Shorewood - Spring Park - St. Bonifacuis - Tonka Bay - Victoria - Wayzata - Woodland

The mind is everything.
What you think you become.

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I lost the primary and I am not a candidate.
However, I'm leaving the web site up so 
people can see what I'm about.

About Leslie:


"Davis Money Plan" here:

  • Davis Money Plan
  • Build and maintain roads and bridges without taxing or borrowing
  • Create millions of jobs
  • End fuel and axle taxes
  • Increase take home pay
  • Lower costs of living
  • Energy efficiency and conservation


                                                               STOP THE DRUG WAR



 The "Davis Money Plan" will begin Amerca's financial rescue.

Forced borrowing is economic servitude, one result of creating and loaning all new money into circulation. Additionally, the debt is always greater than the money supply and growing  with  time. Only more borrowing increases the  money  supply.  The constantly growing  interest  debt  causes  an ever  widening spread between the money supply and costs. As the spread widens it drives the costs of living and doing business higher, making it harder for Americans to make ends meet, harder for business to maintain profit margins,  contributes  to  poor  resource   utilization and distribution, environmental destruction, ever increasing costs of living, low wages, growing money shortages, 'short-cuts' in production processes and more.

Producing to meet need has been lost to producing more and more just to get more  money to meet constantly rising costs caused by the growing 'spread', and to grow profits.  Some call it the 'Growth Imperative'  which  perceives the natural environment not as something to be enjoyed and cherished but rather as a means to the paramount ends of profit-making and capital accumulation. It takes  constant  marketing  to  encourage purchases  of the  excess  production and promotion of credit and borrowing  that  will hopefully enable consumption of the excess.

The growing struggle to maintain profits results in other shortcuts during production like dumping pollutants and toxins into our water and air, low nutrition foods, products of cheaper,  less  durable   materials, planned obsolescence, products requiring constant upgrades and low wages.   

Gregory K. Soderberg, Money Expert