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Abby Broyles
Joan Farr
Jim Inhofe
Robert Murphy
A.D. Nesbit


Depression and anxiety are running rampant in our country today, and a way to alleviate this is to try and relieve the debt that weighs down the average person. Joan is proposing a “Get Out of Debt Plan” that is a step toward this goal and toward trying to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor. Her idea is that if a poor/middle class person will agree to try and improve their lives for one year (stop drinking, doing drugs, smoking, gambling, etc., whatever their struggle might be), then a rich person agrees to pay off their debt up to a certain amount. In order to achieve this, the person would agree to being monitored (i.e., wear a bracelet), which puts surveillance to good use since this would mean consent is given by a person. If they complete their agreement in a year, their debt is paid and they receive a “G.O.O.D. Guy” or “G.O.O.D. Gal” certificate signed by the President (which also stands for “Get.Out.Of.Debt.”). This is a plan that would give people hope and encouragement in trying to start anew which is what they need in such difficult times as these.

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Partnering with President Trump, Senator Inhofe passed the largest tax cut in 30+ years and repealed over 1,500 burdensome regulations. In contrast with Obama’s job-killing regulations, the Trump-Inhofe economy created high-paying jobs for Oklahomans, brought the unemployment rate down to historic lows, and lifted millions of people off of food stamps and government welfare. COVID-19 has dealt our nation a major blow, but we will conquer this virus. When we do, U.S. jobs will come roaring back due to the strength of the economy we’ve built.

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