Congressman Jerry McNerney Put His Liberal Ideology Above His Constituents: Harmer for Congress in CD-11
Original post made by Kelly, Canyon Meadows, on Mar 23, 2010
The national public polls reflect that Congress (Jerry McNerney included)put liberal ideology above constituents, the will of America.
I found David Harmers information at: ttp://www.harmerforcongress.com/issues.htm I agree with his points and know that the majority of constituents in CD11, do too, so check him out!
Harmer on the issues:
We Americans have a decision to make. Will we allow ourselves to be subjected to bigger government, more regulation, higher taxes, and increasing debt? Or will we renew our commitment to preserving the personal and economic freedoms that have set our nation apart from all others?
Ronald Reagan said, "Government's first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives." I agree. My votes in Congress will promote individual liberty, not stifle it.
Budget And Spending
Nancy Pelosi and Jerry McNerney apparently believe that our government must be big enough to solve everyone's problems. That thinking, reflected in an explosion of deficit spending, has resulted in a national debt of over $12 trillion.
My vision is exactly the opposite: I support limited government and unlimited opportunity. In Congress, I will work to balance the budget by controlling federal spending, not by raising taxes . I will fight to enact real budget reform that ties spending levels to actual revenues, forcing the government to live within its means. I will expose spending bills that are packed with wasteful projects. And I will oppose every attempt to divert taxpayer dollars to bail out failing businesses.
David Harmer has more positive points and if you want to get more information, donate to his campaign or volunteer, get in contact with the offices below:
6920 Koll Center Parkway, Suite 219
Pleasanton, CA 94566
Telephone | (925) 415-1178
Email | firstname.lastname@example.org
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