George Navarini

George Navarini

 

Contact Information
Candidate First Name George
Candidate Last Name Navarini
Candidate Email Address George@NavariniforFlorida.com
District ID 104

* Are you the candidate? »Yes

* Do you support or oppose Article 1 Section 3 of the Florida Constitution on the separation of religion and government and that taxpayer money should not go to support sectarian institutions?
»Support

* Do you support or oppose the right of women to have access to all forms of health care?
»Other I am opposed to using the guise of ‘health care’ to allow the murder of hundreds of thousands of females every year.. Art 1, Sec 2 of the Florid Constitution, states that both ‘males and females alike’ and have ‘the right to enjoy…life’ Simlar wording can even be found in the 1948 UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, so in short, one hum does not have the right to deprive another human of their right to life. The leading cause of abortion around the world is gender selection. Studies show that over 100 million females are ‘missing’ from the world in large part due to gender selection abortions, and not ‘health care.’

* Do you support or oppose new laws granting businesses or individuals a license to discriminate against any persons based on personal or religious objections?
»Other Following Art !, Sec # of the Florida Constitution, it is not the place of the state to interfere in the practice of any faith (or lack therefore) therefore it is beyond the scope of the state to establish rules or requirements that run counter to the beliefs of that faith.

* Do you support or oppose legislation allowing organizations to refuse adoption services to any individuals/couples based on personal or religious objections?
»Other Following Art !, Sec # of the Florida Constitution, it is not the place of the state to interfere in the practice of any faith (or lack therefore) therefore it is beyond the scope of the state to establish rules or requirements that run counter to the beliefs of that faith.

* Do you support or oppose the teaching of fact based science in public schools?
»Other Absolutely, but remember that your rubric, ”fact based science’ is constantly evolving. For example, about 120 year ago, ‘fact based science’ taught that atoms were the smallest un-dividable particle,. Yet, Curie, Eisenstein, Fermi, and other proved differently. Moreover, as per ‘fact based science’ specially the basic theory of flight, bumblebees should not be able to fly… and yet they do. Be careful what you hitch your boat to, as science is in the business of proving itself wrong. That how we advance science..

* Do you support or oppose the use of taxpayer dollars to support private educational institutions?
»Support

The state provides annual funding for the education of its children, not for the creation of school systems. To see it otherwise creates a de facto monopoly on education, to the detriment of education.
As the funding comes from the taxpayers for the direct benefit of the student, logic dictates that the funding follows the student.

This now changes the dynamic and converts the student from product to customer. The forces of free-market economics now compiles all schools public and private to complete for students, and in the same way the Apple and Sanung (sic) compete for cell phone customer results in newer and better phone every year, the student-as-customer model will force the public schools to provide a better product than its private and parochial competitors.

The desired end-state is better education for ALL our children. As such, we need to move past the established, hind-bound models and think more improvemen (sic) than status quo.

What does religious freedom mean to you?
It is the freedom for all of us to believe and practice the quiet enjoyment of our faith, or even a lack thereof, without active or passive interference of any entity of the state. There should not be any religious tests for any function with the state, nor does the state or any subordinate entity of the state has the right to interfere of the practice of any faith, by any person, at any time. The concept of ‘separation’ of church and state as written in the Constitution inferes that ther (sic) will be no de facto or de jure ‘state’ religion, but it was never meant to imply or infer that the state could willfully interfere n the private practice of ANY person’s faith.