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prise with "a minimum of con-
trols," and a non-interfering'
government conducted on the
basis of "moral and spiritual
principles." Bubar points ex-
plicitly to the Bible's Ten Com-
mandments as the foundation
of moral government.
"We feel the 10 Command-j
ments have never been repeal-I

pains other presidential contend-
ers have taken to align them-
selves with such principles as
"honesty," "integrity," and
"trust."
"Jimmy Carter is capitaliz-
ing on a need in America for
honesty and integrity in govern-,
ment," said the former state
legislator," a need which his
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Wvednesday, September LL, I9 '/6
PROHIBITION PARTY:
Candidate pushes for
moralty in government

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ed," elaborated Bubar, "we the last 50 years - cannot de-
feel they are political rules, liver."
not just theological ones. They FOR BUBAR, the idea of gov-
are more than just window ernment by Biblical principles is
dressing." applicable to many tangible,
"OUR GROUP believes that contemporary problems. Espe-
the private morals of public of- cially disquieting to Bubar is
ficials are important," he con- the multitude of moral dilem-
tinued, "a public official that mas which have developed in
will cheat on his wife and fam- step with technological ad-
ily will cheat on the nation. We vances.
take a strong stand on this, Confronted with one of the
honesty and integrity come bitterest issues of the 1976 pres-
first." idential campaign, abortion, Bu-
Bubar has noted the great bar said he saw the controversy
as only one of a bundle of moral
problems facing America.
"It's just a can of worms,"
he remarked,a"real mean ones."
Vehemently opposed to abor-
' tion, euthansia and present
birth control policies, Bubar'
accused the federal government
of fostering a "moral break-
down" in the U. S. which, inI
turn, has led to the present mor-
al crisis.
"G 0 V E R N M E N T to-
day is subsidizing immorality
with our tax dollars," asserts
I Bubar "Many states now pro-
PRESIDENT -- -___Y____ r0.

vide all manner of pills and po-
tions . . . which encourage a
kind of barnyard morality to
which our party is quite aller-
gic."
Bubar said he felt that the
present educational system in
the U. S. also tended to pro-
mote immorality.
"We feel no person can be
educated without a knowledge
of the Bible," explained Bubar,
"yet, Playboy. - type literature
seems to have more freedom in
schools than the Bible."
BLUE EYES blazing, Bubar
related this "moral degenera-
tion" to the increase in alco-
holism, divorces, suicidesand
sdrug addiction and said:
"We've become prisoners of
our own immorality."
The former lumberjack
echoed many familiar themes in
his, condemnation of federal
welfare and social security pro-
grams. For both, Bubar called
for a "radical overhaul" be-
cause "only a minor part of the
money allocated ever gets to the
people who need it - too much
bureaucracy."
Bubar had especially harsh
words for the plight of the el-
derly in America. "It's right
there in the 10 Commandments.
Honor thy father and mother.
Our treatment of the elderly is
shameful - shunting them off
to homes worse than some poor
farms I've seen."

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