About the Candidate
My name is Danny Malouf and I am the Libertarian candidate for US Senate in Illinois.
This campaign is about helping people to understand that nearly all of the problems we face today are a result of a government being way too big and that the two-party system has failed the American people.
So, what do I mean when I say that the two-party system has failed the American people?
Well, I’m 32 years old and over the course of my entire adult life we’ve had a two-party system that has…
• Puts special interests over the Constitution
• That steals 20-50% of the money we earn
• That engages in endless war overseas
• That spies on its own citizens
• That has created the most imprisoned country in the world
• That Inflated away the value of our money
• And that has wastefully accumulated $26 trillion national debt
These authoritarian problems require Libertarian solutions. So what are those Libertarian solutions?
• Bring the troops home now from everywhere
• We need to say no to any more bailouts and crony capitalism
• We need to repeal domestic spying programs such as the PATRIOT Act
• We need to end the federal war on drugs
• We need to audit and abolish the federal reserve
• We need to stop all taxpayer funded foreign aid
• And then I think we should also start following the Constitution and implement some term limits
So, I want to close by saying that as your libertarian senator, I do not want to run your life, I do not know how to run your life and the Constitution does not permit me to run your life.
So, choose the party, the only party that will support peace, liberty and the constitution by voting libertarian this November and choose Danny for U.S. Senate.
Why are you running?
To provide voters an alternative option to the failed two-party system, and by setting an example by doing what’s right.
What is your vision for this office?
Ideally, I want to achieve over 5% of the statewide vote to minimize barriers to entry for the next Libertarian running for office. If elected, I would act as a dissenting voice in Washington.
What do you think is the most pressing issue facing your constituents and how do you plan on addressing it?
High taxes, endless war, the erosion of our currency, and the alarming national debt. I will address this by simply taking my marching orders from the Constitution.