Saturday, October 03, 2009


My Position On Healthcare

Natural remedies must take center stage as the mechanisms for maintaining ultimate health at a reduced cost. Americans must have access to the insurance plan that Congress has. Also,individuals should be free to manage their own health needs through Preventive Measures, Flexible Savings accounts and Medical Savings Accounts.

Sunday, February 08, 2009


Real Positive Change for the People

Dr. Belinda Gail Quarterman Noah is Florida's FairTax candidate for the United States Senate who will bring about real positive change for the people.

America's first President, George Washington, would be very proud of Belinda, because she is the only candidate running for the Florida United States Senate in 2010, who is supporting the FairTax legislation that is currently before Congress! The FairTax legislation eliminates the income tax system, which will enable Floridians and the American people in general, to prosper. The FairTax legislation will put more money in your pocket to personally "bail out" any company or person of your choosing because you will take home your entire salary and you are only taxed on new items that you purchase. Also, you will receive a rebate for any taxes that you pay for necessities, such as food, shelter and clothing. The FairTax is a winning piece of legislation that Belinda supports 100 percent and it is based upon the principles upon which this country was founded.

The economy is in crisis because unemployment and overarching debt levels pushed thousands of families into the position where they did not earn enough to cover their debts, especially since, due to the current income tax system, individuals were not allowed to take home their entire pay checks and corporate taxes were imposed on their employers. This burst the real estate bubble, crashed real estate prices, consumer spending and manufacturing.

The wall street financial industry is now bankrupt because of the lack of financial regulation, lax monetary policy and a symbiosis between government and the financial industry. When the Glass-Steagal act of 1933 was repealed at the end of the Clinton administration through the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act it opened the gates to the financial industry's bankruptcy. Prior to the repeal of the Glass-Steagal Act the wall street banking industry was prevented from engaging in high risk investments, such as credit default swaps and derivatives, in order to protect the depositors of these institutions.

Since the repeal, the amount of outstanding derivatives has grown to approximately $530 trillion. This represents an amount that is impossible to settle. Thus, the wall street banks are hoarding the Troubled Asset Relief Program (T.A.R.P.) funds because of the derivative time bomb. As the underlying assets of these derivatives collapse the wall street banks' exposure to counterparty risk increases and will lead to the inevitable collapse of even more banks, thus reducing the availability of investment credit even more.

Thus, it is pointless and useless for the United States Treasury to hand over Floridians and other American taxpayers hard earned money to wall street banks and institutions that have no chance of redemption, unless that money is used to provide foreclosure relief, renegotiate mortgages and make new loans to home owners, individuals, and businesses.

As your United States Senator I will demand that any T.A.R.P. funds and federal stimulus or recovery assistance are used to benefit Floridians and the American people in general, and are not used by bankrupt wall street banks and other institutions to further enrich executives, pad executive bonuses, acquire other banks and pursue risky lines of business in merger activities, carbon trading and complex derivatives.

Thus, if you want your voice heard while turning the American economy into a successful one, you will vote for Belinda Noah for United States Senate!

Wednesday, January 21, 2009


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Sunday, November 30, 2008


Belinda Noah is a descendant of the African Seminole Indians, American Indians, and the King of England, William the Conqueror

As a candidate for the United States Senate in 2010, I am committed to working diligently for the passage of the FairTax, because that is the only way that we can prevent the financial collapse of the United States.

As the descendant of Kings and Queens from three continents, I do not expect nor do I want any special treatment bestowed upon me. In the United States of America today, all men and women are created equal, and regardless of their background, should have the opportunity to aspire to any office that they wish, whether it is U. S. Senator or President of the United States.

I can assure you that as your next U. S. Senator, I will work tirelessly for the people of the great state of Florida and the United States in general.


Sunday, September 21, 2008


Stop the Attempt to Swindle the American People

If Wall Street is bailed out with taxpayers' money, it will represent a historic swindle of the American public. The sad fact is that even if the American people bail out Wall Street and the financial institutions, those same institutions will foreclose on Americans homes if they do not pay their mortgages! What an outrage that the American people are expected to bail out the financial institutions so that those same institutions can foreclose on homes and refuse to provide loans to the American people! There is no public interest in this proposed bail out of Wall Street and the financial institutions. The elected politicians must stop this attempt to fleece the American people. If they do not do so, they should not be re-elected.

As a candidate for the United States Senate in 2010, I am committed to representing the great people of Florida, and promoting what is in their best interest. If I was already representing the great people of Florida, I would do everything in my power to take full control of the financial system and impose order on banks, firms and markets. I would not relieve the major banks and investment firms of their worthless assets by forcing the American people to pay for such losses which amount to over 700 billion dollars. The American people must immediately mobilize to stop this bail out from going through because this is a life or death struggle for the life of the average American. If we allow this bail out to go through, our future generations will live in grinding poverty while the few super wealthy gaze down in disdain from their mansions and palaces.

Friday, February 15, 2008


Your Blueprint to Success

As your next United States Senator,I'm prepared to hand you the world on a silver platter so that we may live in perfect peace, perfect health, perfect love, perfect success, and perfect fun now and forever more. It is possible to do so and we will show each other the way through this blob. Make no mistake about it, it is already successful. One thing I've learned along the way is that hard work, creativity, and a little bit of luck beats everything else anyday. My philosopy is that there is enough wealth in the universe for everyone to have more than enough. Now that we have the money, let's solve our problems.

Family - We must embrace the family, first by understanding that it takes commitment and the devotion of some of your time to raise your sons and daughters. We must understand the impact that our words and actions have on our children, and we must strive to utilize the words and actions that will be beneficial to our children. We must encourage all of the children to strive to reach their full potential.

Economy - We must understand that there is more than enough wealth for everyone and act accordingly. We must understand that we are all connected and must eliminate impediments to the individual's ability to at least earn a living and hopefully, if that is his or her desire, earn an unlimited amount of money. We must fairly enforce the laws that punish wrongdoing, and those laws should be the smallest number possible.

On to Victory!

Wednesday, February 13, 2008


I must do what I can to make this country better

I don't have the need to be the most popular person in town or on the cover of a lot of magazines, but I have a need to do what I can to make this country better. I have a set of gifts that I can use to meet that goal, and I'm prepared to use them as your next United States Senator!


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