Missouri Legislature. He was appointed to the Oversight Committee for MoHealthNet (Missouri's Medicaid program) by the Speaker of the House. Other than healthcare, Keith is interested in a broad array of issues facing our state and our country.
Dr. Frederick is conservative, and believes in limited government, limited spending, and low taxation. He is a strong proponent of the rights of the states and the right to bear arms. He is pro life.
I firmly believe in our Constitution, including the 10th Amendment. I believe that the United Nations should not decide anything for our federal government, and the federal government should not decide anything that the states can decide better for themselves. The states should not make decisions that are better made by local municipalities and school boards. Government works best when it is close to the people, close to the feedback from those affected by the actions of government.
I have been your Representative for almost two years now, and the stakes are still very high. It matters who represents you and how that person envisions his or her relationship with you and the rest of the people back home.
The national scene and the Presidential election are extremely important this year for a host of reasons. One of the most important is the need to overturn ObamaCare if there is anything left of it after the Supreme Court decision. The second is that the next president could make a number of Supreme Court appointments. If President Obama is able to stack the court with more liberals, the future of our country is in severe jeopardy.
Conservative thinkers and voters need to send a clear message in all elections this cycle that we want an end to the liberal policies that have lead to the huge debt our country has and the dependency of our people on the government. We can do that by voting. It reminds me of a sandwich board I saw in the first Tea Party Rally I ever attended in Washington D.C. It was an elderly lady using a walker whose placard said “Armed and Dangerous With My Vote”. Please vote on August 7th, and please vote Frederick, the experienced conservative.