Part of the problem you have is that you don't have a dialogue between elected officials and their constituents. They've built these barricades, these barriers around themselves and tried to avoid interaction with their constituents.
The genetics of autism are real, but there are also environmental triggers.
I offer something very different from the lifelong career politicians who have worked their way up to run for higher office or those who can parachute in with checks for $5 million or $10 million, and that seems to be the definition of credible or legitimate. I'm rejecting that premise.
My son is a blessing in every way.
When you look at a Congress that has an 84 percent disapproval rating, that means that for the most part, the people of this country, and certainly California, are looking for new leadership.
I believe both parties are sending the wrong kind of people to Washington, D.C.
You know, my background, I was at a non-profit for years.
The federal government secures the border; Californians decide how we want to treat our population. I think we need a vibrant guest worker program. If we have one, we're going to stop having a lot of issues at the border.
I don't care what the political establishment says, Republican, Democrat - I'm a problem solver.
I'm no fan of what I've seen health insurance companies do.
We need new energy back in Washington.
I know how to take good ideas and turn them into sensible law at great odds.
I take on daunting tasks.
I think we need to have more women in the Republican Party talking about what it is we're trying to do for families.
My son has autism, and I founded the government relations department at Autism Speaks.
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