13 Days Left To Knock Down A Rino By W.C. Varones
From Pat Toomey, President of the Club for Growth:
When’s the last time you saw a Republican candidate in a primary election with these groups at the top of his donor list?
National Education Association
American Federation of Government Employees
National Active and Retired Federal Employees
Yet those are some of Congressman Joe Schwarz’s top donors, along with 27 other liberal labor unions that have donated well over $125,000 to his campaign.
Schwarz, as you may recall, is the freshman congressman who went on a pork spending spree, including the notorious “Bridge to Nowhere” in Alaska. Schwarz also voted to spend our tax money on a swimming pool in California, an aquarium in Connecticut, an arts center in New York, and much more.
No wonder Citizens against Government Waste rated Schwarz as one of the biggest pork spending Republicans in Congress and endorsed Tim Walberg to replace him.
We can win this race! A recent article in Roll Call newspaper reports that “One Michigan Republican supporting Schwarz, who did not want to be named, said Schwarz-backers are worried. ‘There’s a lot of concern on the ground,’” said the source.
Let’s give them a lot more to be concerned about.
Click HERE to donate to Tim Walberg’s campaign to defeat liberal Congressman Schwarz.
This is a safe Republican district, so the primary winner will be elected in November. Who do you want: a conservative, or a pork-loving, eminent-domain-abuse-supporting RINO? If you care about Congress, this is one place where your donation can really make a difference.
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