Skip to comments.Congressional Candidate Dr. Dan Eichenbaum Bonds a Limited Term in Office
Posted on 09/14/2011 8:09:16 AM PDT by DrDan4Congress
For Immediate Release
Contact: Kenneth J. Benway Alliance for Bonded Term Limits, Inc. P.O. Box 1750 Pinehurst, North Carolina 28370 Phone: 910.949.3856 Cell 910.322.8095 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.bondedtermlimits.org
Congressional Candidate Dr. Dan Eichenbaum Bonds a Limited Term in Office Challenges Congressman Heath Shuler for North Carolina District 11 Seat in 2012
Pinehurst, N.C. September 8th, 2011 -- The Alliance for Bonded Term Limits (ABTL) is pleased to announce that Congressional candidate Dr. Dan Eichenbaum, who is challenging three-term Congressman Heath Schuler in 2012, has executed a bonded term limit pledge. He is the first candidate in the United States to do so for the 2012 election season.
A U.S. Navy veteran and practicing physician from Murphy, N.C., Dr. Eichenbaum is committed to limiting his tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives to a maximum of six (6) years. And to secure this promise, he has personally and legally obligated himself in the amount of $500,000 . Should Dr. Eichenbaum break his promise of limited Congressional tenure, the beneficiary of his bond will be the Moore County Sentinels of Freedom, a non-profit charity dedicated to assisting servicemen and women who have sustained brain trauma in combat. Dr. Eichenbaum advocates limited government, self-determination, a free-market economy, a balanced budget, and the right to keep and bear arms. He believes that personal self-interest over country and the desire for long tenure in elected office is the root cause of the irrational legislative outcomes to which we are continuously subjected. His Bonded Term Limit pledge financially underwrites the credibility of his agenda and his belief that citizen legislators should serve honorably and effectively in the best interest of America, then return home to live in their communities under the laws they helped enact.
Dr. Dan graduated from the Yale School of Medicine, Cum Laude, then served as a commissioned Naval officer during the Vietnam era. He is a 35-year practicing physician and successful small business owner. Dr. Dan has authored 14 peer-reviewed articles, lectured internationally in the field of ophthalmology, and holds six US patents. Dr. Dan and his wife, Rhonda, live on their farm in Murphy where they raised their two college-age children.
Both in this article and on your profile page you write about yourself in the third person.
This is perhaps indicative of a serious mental disorder.
Sounds too good to be true.
The only caveat might be that he could say to himself, “yeah, I got six years to get
all that I want, then after that goodbye!”...Shouldn’t somebody
also behave in a way that would get them reelected?
Real tough call....if we could only trust people we don’t
What the heck good is a $500K bond in an office where sitting Congressmen regularly spend over one million dollars to win election?
Compare $500K to the size of Congressional warchests and you’ll get an idea just how specious this promise is.
Bob Dole did the same thing.
Well there you go.
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