Thinking of Voting Democrat? Think Again.

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This year, I don’t care who you are or what your political beliefs are, you cannot vote for the democrats.

Let me explain.

Obviously, if you are conservative like me, you won’t vote for the democrats. Enough said.

If you don’t agree with me on the vast majority of what I say, then you will not vote for the democrats either. It comes down to simple math.

If you disagree with me, you probably think that tax revenue should be used to help the poor. Am I right? OK, so you want to see MORE money flow FROM rich guys and into the pockets of the poor.

Tell me, as the democrats start CUTTING PROGRAMS to help the poor to fund their SPECIAL INTERESTS, and as we see tax revenue DECREASE year after year because of the economic train wreck that is our democratic government, how is this helping you achieve your goals?

Instead, for this year and this year alone, vote the fiscal conservatives in. They will pass the legislation that will help their rich friends get more rich and bring jobs to this state and create jobs where they do not exist today.

As business picks up, so will tax revenue. And republicans, who have received your vote to get in office, won’t be trying to cut off their nose to spite their face. They will actually pay attention to what you have to say and will keep their promise to NOT cut programs that help the poor.

Yes, that’s right! The republicans universally in our state are promising to cut spending by eliminated waste, fraud and abuse, not by leaving the poor out in the street to rot. They have promised that they will do what it takes to INCREASE tax revenue by lowering tax rates so that programs that help the poor will not be raided to pay for the democrats waste and largess and payoff programs.

If you care about the poor, and if you consider yourself a socialist, you will vote republican this year. You will not support the democrats who are bankrupting all of the programs in the state to help the poor.

We can have a discussion at some future date—probably after 2012—to figure out how best to help the poor, whether it be with government programs or private charities. That is not the debate we are having this year, because no one is proposing cutting any programs for the poor, except the democrats who are running out of tax revenue with their backwards economic posturing.

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