It's time to call the curtain down on this clown.
The federal government has a fundamental obligation to the American people to account for the taxes it receives and the money it spends. This money, after all, comes from the hard work and ingenuity of everyday American citizens. Unfortunately, fiscal responsibility based on the principles of a limited federal government as envisioned by our Founders is often shunned in the name of opaque and excessive spending. When confronted with the untenable reality of massive trillion dollar deficits, the big government proponents simply ignore the facts and try to borrow even more. Following this reckless path is a recipe for disaster.
Really Jeff? Nice words, but that's all they are.
Oh sure, you voted for "cut, cap and balance" last year. But when that failed you then voted for the debt ceiling increase, effectively ratifying Obama's spend-and-borrow agenda.
Those are the facts Jeff, and the people of your district are tired of your repeated and outrageous lies.
It's time to send your sorry ass home and make room for a real candidate interested in liberty and a sustainable and Constitutional Federal government -- Calen Fretts.
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