Democrats Target Republicans for Voting Against "Stimulous" Bill

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

I recieved the following from Mitt Romney's Free Strong America PAC:

I wanted to make sure you heard the news that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) is targeting 12 House Republicans who voted against the $800 billion wasteful stimulus bill. They stood their ground and voted no - and they were absolutely right. Now, the Democrats are mounting a major grassroots campaign against them. I want to do everything I can to help these courageous representatives and other candidates like them.


What conservatives wanted in the stimulus debate was a bill to strengthen the economy. The Democrats couldn't restrain themselves from throwing in tens of billions of tax dollars for their political friends and special interest groups. What we ended up with was a bill that stimulates the government!

For the last several years, liberals have been griping about the $700 billion that was spent over the last six years to win freedom in Iraq. They have now spent more than that in 30 days. And with a government almost $12 trillion in debt, they are putting at risk the creditworthiness of the United States.


Mitt Romney
Honorary Chairman


Euripides said...

Romney is a true fiscal conservative. Too bad he was painted as a social liberal in the nominations. Even if he'd been nominated as a presidential candidate, he couldn't have beat out the touchy-feely element who voted for Obama. Now we're stuck with the consequences.

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