United States Presidential Candidate Vincent S. Hamm
Vincent S. Hamm is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. The following is a summary of his positions on leading issues.
Candidate Hamm does not endorse the failed "War on Drugs." Instead, he favors a new approach: the decriminalization of certain controlled substances and taxing of substances to put drug dealers out of business and to increase revenues for our budget. Sales of drugs would require a license similar to the one needed for selling alcohol.
Candidate Hamm supports background checks for all people interested in purchasing a firearm. His administration will support current laws imprisoning convicted felons who possess firearms. Hamm also supports mandatory training as to the use of all firearms.
Candidate Hamm will protect the constitutional rights of privacy and free speech on the Internet. He wants to make the "Information Superhighway" as accessible to people as the interstate highways are to automobiles. If necessary, he will authorize federal government spending to run high-speed cables via existing federal right-of-ways to connect central points of presence.
Candidate Hamm will increase federal funding for education to ensure quality education to all people of the United States. He believes that a better educated a person is, the better off that person will be and the better off our country will be.
Candidate Hamm will experiment with new policies to solve other problems facing our nation, such as the health care crisis. He will implement successful pilot projects full-scale to cover as many of the 40 million people currently uninsured in our nation as possible.
Candidate Hamm will select a running mate who would follow the course of policies that he will set forth as our President.
Candidate Hamm will conduct much of his campaign through use of the Internet. His campaign simply lacks the funds to do what other candidates with money can: run national or local television advertisements, make in-person appearances at campaign rallies, and pay people to gather the necessary amount of signatures to appear on state ballots. If necessary, he will ask voters to write his name on the ballot.
Vincent S. Hamm has run his own computer-consulting firm since 1989 and Internet service business since 1994. He meets the Constitutional standards of age, citizenship and continuous residence in the United States.