As your president, I will do more to get struggling borrowers into mortgage workout plans to help them avoid foreclosures.
Manhattan, Ny. (PRWEB) July 19, 2011
“Let’s Take America Back. I want to see America happy again,” is the battle cry surrounding the presidential campaign of Luis Alberto Ramos Jr. Recently announcing his endeavor, Ramos has set his sights on creating an America that is a bit simpler, steeped in basic liberties, and fair for all people.
Ramos addresses and tackles the big issues plaguing virtually every American, such as tax reform, housing, health care, and foreign policy. His approach is to put an end to the bureaucracy and needless over complications to reach solutions that are more favorable for everyday, middle class Americans. He also takes on subjects that are near and dear to families and individuals across the nation, such as identity theft, abortion, nursing home abuse, and school safety and bullying.
“My New Tax Reform will slash individual and corporate tax rates while ending the myriad of deductions that costs the Treasury Department every year. My plan will raise more money and save the economy of our country. It will cut spending across the board, but also recognize that the bulk of the long-term spending program benefits programs such as Medicare and Social Security. My plan does not undermine growth or competition,” states Ramos in regard to his proposal to manage the economy and federal debt.
Ramos is even willing to take a pay cut in order to rapidly facilitate his changes. His health care plan mimics that of Canada, in which a flat tax is imposed to cover costs. He is also very clear on his position and proposal to correct the current housing market and put an end to the growth of foreclosure rates.
“As your president, I will do more to get struggling borrowers into mortgage workout plans to help them avoid foreclosures. I will buy mortgage companies and payoff the home owners’ debt so they can keep their homes. If the government can send billions of dollars to countries, we can use the same money to bail out the mortgages of homeowners. This mortgage crisis could take many years. I will not wait that long,” states Ramos.
To read more details about Ramos’ platform on these issues or to learn more about Ramos’ stance on other societal issues, visit luisramosforpresident2012.com.
About Luis Ramos:
Born in 1960 in Manhattan, NY, Luis Ramos has always aspired to greatness. He attended Queens College and Queensboro Community College. He also worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs from 1991 to 2010, serving as a military sealift, fleet supporter, and civilian mariner. With real life experiences, his next endeavor is to lead America back to equality and happiness.