I, David Kiyoshi Murotake, having been appointed an officer in the Army of
the United States in the grade of Lieutenant do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United
States against all enemies, foreign or domestic, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservations or
purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office upon which I am about to enter;
So help me God. (June 1975)
David Murotake's 2008 Endorsements
Go Green! Save the Planet!
David Murotake supports Conservation
David Murotake at "Myspace.com"
My blog archive is HERE!
Greater Than Self
David is Catechist & Eucharistic Minister
at St. Joseph the Worker Parish, Nashua
Civil Air Patrol - NH Wing - Nashua Squadron
David Murotake is a CAP Mission Observer and Ground Branch Director
Red Cross Greater Nashua/Souhegan Valley
David Murotake supports Red Cross
David Murotake is a member of the Greater Nashua Medical Reserve Corps
Daniel Webster Council
Swift Water Girl Scout Council (NH)
David Murotake was a Girl Scout Troop Co-Leader
Help the Homeless - Feed the Hungry
D Murotake supports Nashua Soup Kitchen
Get involved with your church
David Murotake is Past Grand Knight of Nashua Council 12311, Knights of Columbus
HSUS for Greater Nashua
Support Humane Society!
Fight for Human Rights
Fight for Human Rights
Support Amnesty International
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NH Right to Life gives David Murotake perfect Pro-Life report card
Help Nashua women & their children in crisis!
David Murotake supports Marguerite's Place
Protect Liberty - Support & Defend the Constitution
"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety,
deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin
NH Liberty Alliance endorses David Murotake
New Hampshire Free Market Think Tank
Helps you understand NH budget process
David Murotake has joined Ron Paul's Campaign for Liberty!
David Murotake supports National Wildlife Federation
David Murotake is a member of Society to Protect New Hampshire Forests
Ride the bus and save energy! CityBus routes continue to
expand, save energy, and save money! The Boston Express takes you to Boston South Station and Logan Airport, and it's cheaper
than driving and parking!.
Go Green! Ride the Bus!
Nashua CityBus Maps and Schedules
Boston Express: Nashua-Boston-Logan
Free Parking at Nashua Exits 6 and 8
Find the "Greenest" cars... Click below
David Murotake drives a Smart Passion :)
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Bring clean energy industries to NH!
David Murotake is a NRA Life Member
David Murotake is a Nashua Fish and Game member
600 yard High Power range - CMP Civilian Marksmanship Program - NRA affiliated
David Murotake is an Army Veteran and served with the Combat Engineers &
Army Security Agency
David Murotake is an Army Veteran
Click the picture for VA website at Manchester NH
M113 Armored Personnel Carrier
David Murotake was a Combat Engineer and ASA Officer
David Murotake belongs to American Legion Post 3 in Nashua NH
This is hilarious! Worth watching,..
Look for Season 12, Episode: "About Last Night"...Original Air Date: 11.05.08
The Right to Bear Arms - Comparison of US and NH Constitutions
The Right to Bear Arms - Comparison of US and NH Constitutions
I'm not sure how many of you have looked at the New Hampshire Constitution - in particular
the sections which deal with the right to bear arms. Many, I'm sure, are aware of the 2nd Amendment to the US Constittution,
and the recent (and historic) SCOTUS decision on the Heller case. However, a comparison of the US Constitution and the New
Hampshire Constituion reveals why our State Motto is "Live Free or Die" - and why it is
becoming a haven for Libertarians and other defenders of the Constituion.
II to US Constituion
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security
of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." “The
requirement that any lawful firearm in the home be disassembled or bound by a trigger lock makes it impossible for citizens
to use arms for the core lawful purpose of self-defense and is hence unconstitutional.” - Scalia, Majority Opinion,
D.C. vs Heller, 6/26/2008
“The Second Amendment protects an individual
right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that arm for traditionally lawful purposes, such
as self-defense within a home.” - Scalia, Majority Opinion, D.C. vs Heller, 6/26/2008
My blog of 6.26.08 discusses this decision in more detail. In NH, the rights to self defense, bear arms, and rebellion
are defined in Articles 2, 2a and 10. These rights are more clearly defined than the wording of the US Constitution and Bill
of Rights, and more accurately reflect the opinions of the anti-Federalist Founding Fathers (and the leaders of New Hamphsire
during that period). The ratification of the NH articles occurred in 1784 (Articles 2, 10) and 1982 (2a).
from New Hampshire Constitution.
[Art.] 2. [Natural Rights.] All men have certain natural,
essential, and inherent rights - among which are, the enjoying and defending life and liberty; acquiring, possessing, and
protecting, property; and, in a word, of seeking and obtaining happiness. Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied
or abridged by this state on account of race, creed, color, sex or national origin.
2-a. [The Bearing of Arms.] All persons have the right to keep and bear arms in defense of themselves, their families,
their property and the state.
[Art.] 10. [Right of Revolution.]
Government being instituted for the common benefit, protection, and security, of the whole community, and not for the private
interest or emolument of any one man, family, or class of men; therefore, whenever the ends of government are perverted, and
public liberty manifestly endangered, and all other means of redress are ineffectual, the people may, and of right ought to
reform the old, or establish a new government. The doctrine of nonresistance against arbitrary power, and oppression, is absurd,
slavish, and destructive of the good and happiness of mankind.
The militia and the standing armies also have
slightly different definitions than in the US Constitution. Articles 24 and 25 were also ratified in 1784:
[Art.] 24. [Militia.] A well regulated militia is the proper, natural, and sure defense, of a state.
[Art.] 25. [Standing Armies.] Standing armies are dangerous to liberty,
and ought not to be raised, or kept up, without the consent of the legislature.
these NH articles are clearly written and easily understood. The NH articles more clearly define, as an inalienable right
of man, the right to self-defense, the right to keep and bear arms, and the right to rebellionl. In NH these rights are clearly
separated from the Militia. As an accurate reflection of the anti-Federalist position of the Founding Fathers, it helps us
understand the foundations of the Heller Majority Decision as written by Justice Scalia. New Hampshire - Live Free or Die! Stand up and be proud. Our heritage
as Defenders of Liberty is strong. Be sure to vote for Pro-Liberty candidates at all levels of Government on November 4. I
would also appreciate your vote for State Representative from Wards 5-8-9, Nashua NH.
Reform K-16 Public Education without additional taxes
Has strategic vision for NH Science,
Technology & Energy
Supports Small Business & High Tech Job Creation
OPPOSE INCOME/SALES TAX
Supports Right to Work
US Army Veteran
Will protect 2nd Amendment
Pro-Life Catholic Christian
Science, Technology and Energy
David was trained at the MIT Sloan School for a wide variety
of strategic technology planning and leadership positions, including management of large corporate and national laboratories.
A Ph.D. in Management of Technological Innovation
8 years on the Board of Directors of an international industry association
Thirty-five years of technology experience, including ten years as a high-tech entrepreneur
and small business owner
experience as a US diplomat to a UN agency in Geneva, the International Telecommunications Union
This experience gives David both the domestic and international perspective needed
to help NH develop a strategic plan for next-generation initiatives in science, technology and energy. We need to create high
quality JOBS to compete on the world stage. We MUST stop the “flat spin” death-spiral our economy is in. We suffer
from an ever-aging population, an exodus of high-tech jobs, and departure of our trained young citizens at an alarming rate.
We are in danger of losing our New Hampshire Advantage!
Public Education - "Education is the Foundation of Liberty"
David has served on the Nashua School
Board since his election in 2009, as one of nine at-large Board of Education members, and has demonstrated his ability to
lead innovative reform in the Nashua Schools, leveraging his Ph.D. in Management of Innovation from the MIT Sloan School to
help develop a strategic vision for innovative change. He is well known for his bi-partisan approach to problem solving
without sacrificing conservative principles. As Chairman of Curriculum and Evaluation, he works closely with teachers,
administration and other elected officials to help reform public school curriculum in math, science and technology. As a member
of the Education SIG of the Wireless Innovation Forum, he modernized multi-disciplinary curriculums at engineering colleges.
In Concord, he hopes to further reform of New Hampshire’s K-16 public education, including the introduction of an innovative
college internship program modeled after MIT’s highly successful Industrial Cooperative (Co-op) Program. This needed
revitalization of New Hampshire’s college system will help both college students AND industry, bring/retain students
TO NH and RETAIN young, trained NH citizens to STAY IN NH.
David enlisted in 1971:
Commissioned in 1975
Trained in Combat Engineering, Atomic Demolitions,
Special Weapons and Intelligence
Served five years active duty, most of it deployed to West Germany. Served as Combat
Engineer platoon leader, ASA Liaison, and S-2 (Chief of Intelligence) of 4th Brigade, 4th Infantry in
Resigned active duty in 1982
Continues to serve in the US Air Force Auxiliary
(Civil Air Patrol) as volunteer aircrew, Ground Team Leader, Mission Staff and member of Chaplains Service
served as volunteer mission staff at FEMA-1 during first 3 days as a member of the Federal Incident Command Staff helping
to coordinate Federal response to the Greater New York Area emergency response.
Conservative - Member of NH GOP
David has been a registered Republican voter for 40 years:
Republican National Committee (RNC)
Twice awarded RNC Ronald Reagan Medal
NH GOP State Committee since 2008
Elected as GOP Convention Delegate for Nashua Ward 5
of the National Rifle Association
Endorsed in 2008 General Election by NRA, GO-NH
Life begins at the moment of conception, and ends at natural death. Life and Love
are both gifts from God. David is strongly pro-life:
Participated in pro-life marches & prayer
Testified to NH Legislature to restore Parental Notification and defund abortion
Discalced Carmelite Order (OCDS)
Past Grand Knight of Knights of Columbus Council 12311
and Eucharistic Minister at St. Joseph the Worker Parish, Nashua
David wants to preserve our natural resources
but does not support RGGI:
Supports public transportation
Member of the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC)
Endorsed by NH Chapter of Sierra Club in 2008
Applied Math Test
My son sent me this in an email :)
All of our children attended Nashua schools.
Top L to R: Allen, Barbara, Susan, Amanda. Bottom: Dave, Tommie.
Dear Friends: My name is David Murotake. I am a fiscal conservative and have lived in Nashua since 1982. I'm the son and grandson of legal immigrants from Japan who settled in Hawaii.
I'm a "Nisei", a second-generation Japanese American born in Hawaii in 1954. Since my first language was
Japanese, I'm also what the school systems call an "ESL" - an "English as a Second Language" speaker.
I was also a "low socio-economic status" (Low SES) child who grew up in Kalihi-kai in Hawaii (Dog the Bounty Hunter's
Parent, Volunteer and Home School
Teacher: My wife Tommie and I moved to Nashua in 1982 after we both served in the US Army. We've
raised four children in Nashua and sent them through the local school system. I ran a registered Nashua home school for one of my children, and both of us were registered volunteers
with Nashua schools. My teaching experience includes the positions of Instructor in psychology at the MIT Sloan School, senior
teaching assistant for Electronics Laboratory at MIT, Sunday School teacher for over 12 years at St. Joseph parish (K-8),
Character Development Instructor in the Civil Air Patrol, and many years of working with youth as a registered Cub Scout,
Boy Scout and Girl Scout leader in Packs and Troops from Nashua Wards 4, 5 and 8.
Pledge: Oppose any and all new taxes
David Murotake signed ATR Taxpayer Protection Pledge
A Scholar: I graduated as Valedictorian of Immaculata
High School Class of 1971. I attended MIT on a full academic scholarship, converting an Academy appointment (my choice of
Westpoint, Annapolis or Air Force Academy) into a 4-year ROTC scholarship to the college of my choice. I graduated with three
degrees (SB, SB, SM) in 1977. After five years in the Army, I returned to
civilian life in 1982 and obtained my Ph.D. in 1990 from the MIT Sloan School on a fully funded doctoral program paid for
by RCA. I have gone back to school, and am working for the M.Ed. degree program, majoring in Curriculum and Instruction at Rivier College .
A Veteran: I come from a proud 3-generation military family. I'm
an Army Veteran and served with the Combat Engineers and Army Security Agency. I'm the son of a retired Army Chief Warrant
Officer with two Vietnam combat tours, and the father of a Navy Corpsman back from his third deployment in the Global War
on Terror supporting our Marines.
Pledge: Limit budget growth to rate of inflation
David Murotake has taken the NH Advantage pledge
A Fiscal Conservative: I believe in Limited Government, support Nashua's Tax Cap, and have signed the New
Hampshire Advantage pledge, the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers (CNHT) Taxpayer Pledge, and the New Hampshire Taxpayer
Pledge. I do not support broad based taxes, such as income taxes or sales taxes, to support any increase in the size of Government
- including our public schools. I also believe we need to enhance the education our children receive, making Nashua a more
attractive place for people to move to. This in turn, enhances the value of our City's real estate and increasing revenues
into our City and State educational trust funds. However, the taxpayer supports many programs in our schools which are NOT
mandated by State or Federal laws and regulations - programs like competitive sports in the high schools and middle schools,
and activities like year book, school play, debate and others which are supported by the taxpayer. To save these activities
in the face of certain budget cuts, we will need to institute an activity program - called "pay to play" in many
of the cities which have adopted this type of fee in their schools...
A Small Business Owner: I started SCA Technica, Inc (www.scatechnica.com), a Nashua based Small Business in 2002. We've won seven competitive US Government R&D contracts since our start-up, sold
our first patent in 2007, and granted our first two US Patents in July 2008 and February 2009.
Pledge: Fight sales, income, broad-based taxes
David Murotake has taken the CNHT pledge
As the owner of a high-tech startup company and a 27-year resident of Nashua,
I understand well the issues facing education K-12 in this city, and the challenges that face it. I am also experienced in
the fiscal governance and management of non-profit organizations. I studied Fiscal Control of Non-Profit Organizations at
USC's graduate school, and have served as a member of the Board of Directors of an international non-profit industry association
(www.sdrforum.org) for over 6 years. I will do my best to use my professional management and educational experience to help
Nashua's school system, the parents, and taxpayers of Nashua face and overcome our challenges. As a member of the School Board I will serve to improve the quality and safety of our children's educations,
while keeping taxes as low as possible.
A Christian Volunteer! I've been an active public service volunteer and environmental activist since my high school days. I also have
extensive volunteer experience in Nashua. I'm a Catechist and
Eucharistic Minister at St. Joseph the Worker parish in Nashua Ward 5, and have taught Sunday School there for over a dozen
years. I'm a Secular Carmelite (OCDS) in the St. Therese community in Nashua. I'm also a Past Grand Knight of Council 12311, Knights of Columbus at St. Joseph the Worker parish. I've also served for many years as a "cheerleader
dad" (the male version of "soccer mom") with my three daughters...
Small Brown Scapular
David Murotake is in formation for OCDS
My ministry extends to the Chaplain's Service of the Civil Air Patrol - the
civilian auxiliary of the US Air Force - where I serve as a Character Development Instructor (an assistant to Chaplains).
I am a CAP First Responder, a FEMA ICS-300 qualified Ground Branch Director, ground team leader, air search and a rated Senior
Mission Observer for air search and rescue. I'm also a certified Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) peer for individuals
and groups. During the 9-11 Crisis, I was one of the first CAP volunteers activated to assist Federal resources manning the
FEMA-1 Command Post, coordinating disaster relief operations for the New York metropolitan area and New England. I lived at
FEMA-1 for the next 72 hours helping FEMA and other agencies in trying to cope with the Twin Towers disaster.This surprised
me, as I expected to be aircrew in a CAP aircraft flying reconnaissance missions over the Twin Towers...In addition, I am
trained up through ICS-300 in the Incident Command System, and have specialized training in incident command staff in response
to terrorist/WMD situations in addition to normal emergency services.
A Scout Leader, I'm a past Assistant Scoutmaster and Merit Badge Counselor, Boy Scout Troop 410
at Immaculate Conception Church in Nashua Ward 8. I'm a former Pack committee chair (Cub Scout Pack 255 in Ward 4) and former
Girl Scout co-leader (several Troops in Wards 4, 5), I served as a registered volunteer Math tutor at Nashua high school for
two years and taught a registered Nashua Home School for two years. Many years ago - in Wiesbaden Air Base, Germany,
a community with over 5,000 families - I served as a community United Way chairman for two years. I am also very active
in my industry doing "pro-bono" work - having founded and chaired over half a dozen international working groups
and special interest groups in the field of software defined radio (SDR). I am a past vice-chair of the SDR Forum Technical
Committee, and immediate past chair of its Markets Committee. In October 2008 I was re-elected to a sixth term as a member
of its Board of Directors, currently representing Small Company members.
JFK - Inaugural Address - YouTube Video
David Murotake did what JFK wanted, volunteering for worthy causes.
My Favorite Presidents
President John F. Kennedy: He inspired me as a young child. I wept when
he was assasinated. He was a Veteran and a War Hero, a capable Commander in Chief, but a man of Vision and Peace. JFK brought
CHANGE as only a war hero and visionary commander-in-chief can. He re-structured the US Military, moving it from a "strategic
nuclear force" to a mixed force that could be used in counter-insurgencies and today's Global War on Terror. He established
the Green Berets - predecessor of today's Special Operations forces. He believed in volunteerism and started the Peace Corps. He challenged us. JFK was a Life Member of the NRA, and
a staunch defender of the Constitution and our Second Amendment Rights! If any man today claims to be like JFK, he should
only look back on history and ask, "In what way am I like that man?" JFK left very big
shoes to fill. So, too did his brother Robert Kennedy, brutally murdered while he was the Democratic front-runner...
Ronald Reagan - Inaugural Address - YouTube Video
My favorite photo & quotations of President Reagan
President Ronald Reagan: He is another one of my two favorite
Presidents. He was also one of my two Commanders in Chief, and one that every soldier I knew trusted to lead us into just
causes. More than any other President, his policies brought about the end of the Cold War. The policy is neatly summed
up by his motto: "Peace Through Strength". As a moderate and a "fusionist", Ronald Reagan was
villified by both the Right and the Left. But the vast majority of the American people (including me) loved him, and he united
a divided nation. Ronald Reagan even had a strong base of support in the Democratic Party. Like JFK, Reagan was a NRA member and staunch Second Amendment defender.
"The Constitution does not say Government shall decree the right to keep and bear arms.
The Constitution says `the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.`" - President Ronald
"No group does more to promote
gun safety and respect for the laws of this land than the NRA, and I thank you. Still, we've both heard the charges that supporting
gun owners' rights encourages a violent, shoot-em-up society. Don't they understand that most violent crimes are not committed
by decent, lawabiding citizens, they're committed by career criminals? Hard-core criminals use guns, and locking them up and
throwing away the key is the best gun control law we could ever have." - President Ronald Reagan
I studied as hard as I could in school and graduated as the Valedictorian of Immaculata
High School in Leavenworth, Kansas in 1971. I won a scholarship which gave me my choice of admission into Westpoint Military
Academy, Annapolis Naval Academy, or the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Instead, I converted my scholarship into a
full ROTC Scholarship at MIT, where I was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army in 1975. Later, after I completed my
Army active duty assignment, the RCA Corporation awarded me a fully funded Ph.D. Program to the school of my choice. Offered
admissions by the MIT Sloan School of Management and Harvard's JFK School of Government, I chose to return to MIT, using my
GI Bill and other Veterans benefits to help out with raising my family while attending school.
Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering. Minor: Political Science. Bachelor
of Science, English Literature & Creative Writing. Minor: Theoretical Math Master of Science: Electrical Engineering
and Computer Science. Doctor of Philosophy: Management of Technological Innovation (MIT Sloan School)
I am currently enrolled in the M.Ed. program at Rivier College, majoring in Curriculum
Favorite YouTube Videos
Ron Paul Tribute Video at the Republican National Convention, Tampa FL 2012
Arizona Immigration Law - An amusing sing-along starring a green
frog puppet and Reading!
the unfounded rumors concerning the Arizona Immigration Law.
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"For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten
Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life." -John 3:16
said unto her, Neither do I condemn thee. Go, and sin no more." -John 8:11
"One of the Pharisees tested
Jesus with a question, Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?" "Jesus replied, 'Love the
Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' This is the first and greatest
commandment. And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.' All the Law and the Prophets
hang on these two commandments" -Matthew 22:36-40
be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves." - James 1:22
"Trust in God." - MacNaughton Clan Motto
"Lead, follow, or get out of the way." - Thomas Paine