View my petition against discriminative election districts
1. Limited Government
Our nation became great because our Founding Fathers believed in a small less intrusive institution of governance. For us to achieve that again, we must repeal and reduce taxes upon the working productive people/businesses and reduce the amount of free benefits we give out to non-productive citizens, who are capable of being productive members of society.
More capital in the hands of the private sector generates investment, employment, self-worth, profits, increased tax revenue, increased consumption and reduces government dependency.
2. Personal Freedom When individuals are allowed to be themselves without fear of the government snooping into their personal lives, private behavior and opinions, they excel as leading contributors in their communities. Fear of our governments intrusive practices, such as having access to our electronic communications in writing and whereabouts by our technology foot print destroys the American spirit of greatness enjoyed by those that made this a wonderful country.
3. Free Market Economics Obamacare or as it is ironically titled "Affordable Healthcare Act" is the most egregious example of the destruction of the free market and its negative impact upon our lives. Like most people I know, my health care has jumped in cost 50% since the beginning of the year and will go up another 25% next year. This behavior by our political leaders is constantly repeated over and over again with the good intentions of trying to help us, only to cause us more harm, poor service and inflated cost. Government does not and can not perform better than the private sector when individuals have the ability to shop un-obstructed for goods and services in the free market driven by investment, service performance and profitability. Regardless of whether it is done by the federal or state government, the principle is universal.
The above 3 basic political and economic principles are the core of my public leadership discipline. With every issue that comes before me, you have my assurrance that I will review and reflect heavily these principles upon my decisions, actions and votes.
Christopher Eric Bouchat
Raised in Elkridge, attended Saint Augustine Catholic school 1-8 grades (discipline matters). Graduated from Howard High School and
Howard Vocational Technical Center with a certificate in welding Majored in Business Administration @ Catonsville Community College and Political Science @ University of Maryland Baltimore County.
Father of two adult daughters and grandfather to one handsome little grandson. My parents are still together after 53 years, living in the Elkridge home I was raised in (parents matter, too).
Chairman Bouchat Industries, inc. est 1994. Providing welding and metal fabrication services for the commercial, industrial and defense markets.
Former Chairman of the American Welding Society, Maryland Section.
Practiced law in Howard, Carrou and Baltimore county circuit courts, Maryland Court of Special Appeals, Maryland Court of Appeals and United States Supreme Court.
In 2012 I sued the state of Maryland over the constitutionality of the General Assembly redistricting Resolution on the grounds that it violates rural citizens minority voting rights as guaranteed under the republican government article of law, U.S. Constitution Art. 4 Sec. 4.
for the following offices:
U.S. House of Representatives,
Maryland state senate
Ehrlich for Governor Howard
county volunteer coordinator
for the victorious 2002 election.