The Ratings Game --
Answered Questionnaires from the Special InterestsOne sure way to tell how a politician will act in office is to hear what he says to those in a position to further his career. Money is the mother’s milk of politics, and these special interests are the hogs’ tits. These special interests, since they want something from the government, ask politicians what they will do. Hence the questionnaires and the ratings which follow, telling the special interests whether that politician is an ally or foe of their goals and purposes.
As a Republican Party candidate of White Nationalist persuasion, there probably will be no money following honest disclosures. Special interests are by definition only interested in themselves, and the degree of overall social health of the nation is irrelevant and outside their zones of appreciation and concern. However, letting people and voters outside their parochial concerns know what they want and my answers to those wants is an educational process of benefit to both the general voter and myself. Hence this WWW sub-page.
Martin 'Mad Dog' Lindstedt
Republican Party Candidate for US Senate, 2002
2002 Survey Answers
- St. Louis MetroVoice answered June 17, 2002
- International Trade Campaign Issue for June 4, 2002
- National Budget Campaign Issue for June 3, 2002
- Priority Campaign Issue for June 1, 2002
2000 Survey Answers
- Statement to the League of Women Voters
- Candidate Survy to West NewsMagazine
- Candidate Survey to Kansas City [Red] Star
1998 Survey Answers
1996 Survey Answers