1992 Republican Presidential Primary

Buchanan for President


Brochure (NH) - 8 3/8" x 5 1/2".

Fool me once, shame on you. 
Fool me twice, shame on me.

In 1988, George Bush Promised no new taxes. And a lot of hardworking Republicans believed him. Only what we got was something different. The largest tax increase in the history of the United States. It's not your fault that a promise was broken. But think about it...George Bush has become America's greatest all-time taxer and spender. And broken promises don't deserve second terms.

A history of broken promises...

FACT: No balanced budget. The national debt has increased $1.1 trillion since George Bush became President. The budget deficit has increased every year since 1989 and will exceed $399 billion in 1992. Money from the Social Security Trust Fund is being used to pay the government's bills.

FACT: America's not working.
Nearly one million Americans have lost their jobs since George Bush raised taxes. More Americans are unemployed today than at any time during the Carter Presidency.

FACT: No economic growth. The buying power of the American family has declined. Economic growth is stagnant. Home values in New Hampshire are down.

FACT: More regulation. The number of pages printed in the Federal Register, the Government's official book of rules and regulations, grew to nearly 68,000 last year, up 26% from the previous year, and the highest since 1980, the final year of the
Carter Presidency.

FACT: More government waste.
The size of the Federal government is at an all-time high. And government is taking an ever increasing share of your tax dollars.

On primary day, vote for Pat Buchanan.
And put a real Republican in the White House.

An 8-point plan to put America first, and keep America first.

  • An immediate freeze on Federal hiring, Federal spending and Federal pay hikes.
  • Cut taxes on investment, savings and income.
  • Aggressive use of a line item veto to fight wasteful Federal spending.
  • A trade policy that is both free and fair. The Japanese understand one thing and one thing only. Winning. A President must be as tough with the Japanese as they have been with us.
  • Keep America the strongest nation on earth. We must recognize that not all nations wish America well. We must be able and willing to respond to those who would destroy our way of life.
  • A budget that rebuilds America before it rebuilds foreign nations.
  • A real fight with Congress on taxes and spending. And a promise that "no" means "no" and not "maybe".
  • A pledge that "no new taxes" means "no new taxes".

Paid for by Buchanan For President, Scott B. Mackenzie, Treasurer.