Brian Kelly believes that a candidate for people's representative for Congress should not have to be beholden to any person or group of people and so large campaign contributions will not be requested but donations will be accepted because expenses come from everywhere. If you want to contribute to the campaign. Send a check made out to Brian Kelly and send it to PO Box 621 Wilkes-Barre PA 18701 Thank you.
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Books By Brian Kelly
For many years Brian Kelly has written technical books about IBM's large computer systems. Most of his The first 63 of his 293 books were highly technical in nature and are not appropriate reading for those who are not technically inclined. However, of the 293 books in total, the 230 that came later are suitable to most readers and should be a pleasant experience.
Amazon terminated my account on September 5. I have contested their rationale for this cancelation. Your candidate has been canceled by Amazon for reasons that I think are bogus. Amazon has all my book files and have decided not to sell my books for further notice. This means all of my 293 books are on the sidelines and Amazon, the big tech oligarch offers no reason why all my books are not for sale today. I expect this to be reversed but Amazon is Amazon and they do not like conservative thought. So, we will see. Be on the lookout. My lawyer presented a fine case.
You may recall that In 2008, during the Bush Administration, concerned about the unresponsiveness of both houses of Congress and other elected officials, I penned the ground-breaking book, Taxation Without Representation: Can the U.S. Avoid Another Boston Tea Party? This book is still available at a number of outlets including Amazon.com.
In early fall of 2009, because a number of chapters of the 2008 book had been dedicated to the issues of the 2008 campaign, I chose to revise and restructure this book, and this work resulted in the December, 2009 release of three new books. The first is the revised version of the 2008 book known as Taxation Without Representation: 2010 - 2011 Edition. The second is Obama's Seven Deadly Sins. The third is Healthcare Accountability. Since the 2010 campaign, I have written a lot more books including Jobs! Jobs! Jobs! and Americans Need Not Apply!
During the revision of the taxation book, I indended to write a short chapter on Obama times. To get attention, I decided to call the Chapter Obama's Seven Deadly Sins. I could have called them mistakes but in many ways they represent the grievous faults of the Obama administration. The chapter was to reflect a number of major differences of opinion between candidate Kelly and President Obama. When the chapter reached several hundred pages, it was obvious that I had myself a new book. When the Seven Deadly Sins book came back from the editor, Melissa Glosser Sabol from NEPA, it had a few large pieces missing. The editor suggested the parts she excluded be the beginning of yet another new book, and that is the origin of the Healthcare Accountability Book, which is now available for sale at Amazon. At least it will be back soon.
The only source that carries all of Kelly's current books is amazon.com/author/brianwkelly As Amazon reinstates some of my books I expect this URL will link to most of my books over time.
Feel free to purchase any of the books of which you are interested as it is one of the sources of my livelihood, taken from me recently by Amazon. Since I am self financing my write-in campaign, as a regular taxpayer and not as a politician or a rich business owner, purchasing any of these books would help keep assuring that I can help ends meet my financial obligations.
It is not that I do not want to win. I just do not want to play the politician's game. I am a highly competent person and would be pleased to be your representative--the people's representative in District 8. I belie that Americans should not have to become politicians to replace the bad baggage that today resides in the halls of both Houses of Congress. Matt Cartwright, as you well know, is part of this bad baggage. Five terms is enough for his style of bad government, Matt. Time to step down.
Becoming a machine politician is not my idea of Democracy. I would be happy to engage in debates and/or other forums where I do not have to expend finances. I will be purchasing small items such as fliers, business cards, signs, and some other items that will not set my future retirement into a tizzy in the event that the people vote for more of the same. Feel free to send a check to PO Box 621 Wilkes-Barre PA 18701.
I will be firing out press releases per week and I will submit letters to the editor looking for "free" publicity. I believe that if the government created forums for all candidates and nobody could spend more than the free allowance, the people would receive unadulterated facts. And, what is wrong with that.
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In the meantime, may God bless you and keep you!