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UTAH VOTE: Stoney Fonua for U.S. Senate
Why would voters VOTE for Stoney Fonua?
Stoney Fonua would implement funding without using taxpayers’ money.
Stoney Fonua would advocate the two rule for PEACE to be taught in our Elementary School Level.
Stoney Fonua would like for you to send him to Washington DC to write the Peacemaker Bill. Funding without using taxpayers’ money is to turn Term Life Insurance into vouchers for everyone to pay for their own Healthcare and Education (no more school loan) while they are alive. Using life insurance for LIFE.
Estate Creation – Is the Program that Stoney Fonua would like to enact- The Act would:
Raise individuals out of POVERTY and Empower individuals to pay for their own education and healthcare
When individuals pay with their own money they seem to be little more conservative and frugal. When your using other people taxpayers’ money, they just spend spend spend.
Estate Creation is not for everyone. If you make more than $250,000.00 yearly, this program is not for you. You have sufficient funds for your need.
Estate Creation would help people out of poverty and payoff many more debts in taxes, loans, credit cards and so on;
Estate Creation would help small business, if you were laid off from work, you still have healthcare insurance.
There will be 2000 individuals to be Pilot, to work-out the kinks and red-tape before releasing it out to the public.
The bill would “Stop Violence and Cut Crime and PEACE in the future;
Two rules are:
Rule #1 Do not do anything to hurt girls or women;
Rule #2 Do not blame others for what happen to you;
My name is Stoney Fonua and asking for your Vote Nov. 8 and Keep Smiling