For Immediate Release – October 16, 2010
Contact: Oliver Schwab, Campaign Manager • 480.302.4872
|Congressman Mitchell puts Big Government before our Community|
|The Myth of the Moderate, Unveiled|
|(Scottsdale, AZ) If there’s one thing that Congressman Harry Mitchell has proven throughout his years as a politician, and chairman of the state Democrat party, it is that he’s a “friend to big government.” He was given that title while serving in the Arizona legislature in 2005 by the Federation of Taxpayers.|
Congressman Mitchell has personally sponsored or cosponsored legislation as our U.S. Representative increasing government spending by $63,000,000,000.
Rep. Mitchell has rubberstamped every big government piece of legislation from sponsoring card check, voting for ObamaCare, voting for the failed trillion-dollar stimulus that has not revived our economy, even voting to bailout Wall Street and the car companies. “This, among a litany of other far left votes, proves that Congressman Mitchell puts big government before our community and the free enterprise system. His insistence that we punish the American people with more bad government that crowds out real growth is unconscionable,” said Schweikert campaign manager Oliver Schwab.
“By voting with party boss Nancy Pelosi almost 80 percent of the time, Mitchell has helped plunge the nation into debt and force Arizona families into a very tough job market amid big government that is anything but sustainable,” continued Schwab.
David Schweikert says that, "most Arizonans, like most Americans, understand that prosperity comes from the private sector, not from growing government. We cannot borrow-and-tax-and-spend our way to prosperity. It doesn't work."
“If elected, David Schweikert will focus on how we can create jobs in the private sector, the only sustainable source of job growth that our country has ever had,” said Schwab.
On November 2nd, voters in our district have a very clear choice.
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