Let’s ‘fix Washington’s priorities’
I’m running for Congress to fix Washington’s priorities and make job creation the No. 1 issue. Like many Americans, I have been incredibly frustrated with the gridlock in Congress where common sense bills never pass because of narrow ideological divisions. This gridlock costs American jobs.
What’s even worse is Congress has actually passed legislation that encourages companies to move jobs overseas. I know we have the best workers in the world, and they can compete with anyone as long as there is a level playing field. But first, we need to level that playing field.
This election is a choice between different sets of priorities. My opponent, Congressman Bobby Schilling, voted to send American jobs overseas, even giving them tax breaks to leave our shores. He supports tax breaks for millionaires while forcing seniors to pay $6,400 for their Medicare and raising taxes on middle-class families. These are Congressman Schilling’s priorities.
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