Thursday, October 25, 2012

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand wants to raise your taxes!  Read how she plans to raise your taxes here. Let everyone know a vote for Wendy Long is a vote to protect the taxpayers of New York State. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, while wanting to increase your taxes, is also preventing,  by supporting the delay in hydrofracking in New York State, the ability for New Yorkers to have good paying jobs.  Hydrofracking has been around for over 100 years and has been a boon to other parts of the United States, why is it that Senator Gillibrand is not supporting New York's citizens ability to achieve a better economy?  Our US Senate candidate, Wendy Long, understands the importance of creating jobs and helping families.

Daniel Henninger writes in the Wall Street Journal about President Obama's sudden credibility gap and it is all due to the lies, scandal and politics of Benghazi.  Investors Business Daily writes:  Obama knew Benghazi was terrorism and did nothing.  The New York Post editorial page chimes in on your duplicity also.

Heritage Foundation examines the President's plan for a second term which include more green jobs.  How's this working out Mr. President?  Let me answer for you, your buddies prosper while taxpayers are forced to pay the bills. As you stated in the infamous editorial you did not want published, the economy can wait.
Economist Larry Kudlow examines the President's plan here.

Contrast the President's view with that of Congressman Paul Ryan and Governor Mitt Ryan and Americans will choose one without government dependence.  The debates have proven that simple fact.   Americans are optimistic that the Romney/Ryan ticket will bring the economic recovery Obama has no idea of how to implement. Look at President Obama's  home state's (Illinois) economy and the economy of the states that thinks as he does and one will understands that Americans are too smart to give Obama a second term.

The Detroit News, the Washington Examiner and the New York Post endorse the Romney/Ryan ticket.

Governor Andrew Cuomo did you read this article?  If you did, how can you possibly even think of burdening New York taxpayers with public campaign finances?  Taxpayers should not be forced to pay for campaigns and they certainly should not be forced to contribute to a system that is corrupt.  New Yorkers do not want their hard earned tax dollars to be used to fund campaigns!

A tribute to one of the original pro-life men in politics, a true statesman who was elected to the United States Senate running only on the Conservative Line, Judge James L. Buckley.

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