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Makes the Case for 2010

Ally: Jeff Flake

Cap and Trade

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Dear Lowman,

Pat Toomey's 2010 Senatorial campaign centers on Constitutional Limited Government Economic Freedom Individual Autonomy and Individual Accountability. Although his position on confirming Judge Sotomayor to the Supreme Court was disappointing, it was not a deal killer to those of us who see the Obama Administration concentrating and consolidating more and more power and wealth in central, command and control of the Federal Government in Washington, DC. If elected, Pat Toomey will be the 41st Senator, able to sustain a Republican filibuster, against the One Party Control of the Democratic Party.

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Toomey Makes the Case for 2010

Pat Toomey makes the case for November 2010. Breaking the "Vulcan Nerve Grip" of One Party Rule on all three branches of government. If elected, Pat Toomey will the the "41st Senator" giving the Senate Republicans filibuster power to block the increasing power of central government. 41 of the 100 Senators are needed to block legislation from going to the "floor" for a vote. Because the Leftists Democrats have control, they can push almost any legislation through both House and Senate and the Leftist Democratic President will sign expanding State power over us.

Toomey Ally: Jeff Flake

Arizona's Representative Jeff Flake makes the case against Earmarks and Big Spending Republicans and Democrats.

CATO's Chris Edwards presents a summary of Representative Flake's arguments. He notes that unlike Tammany Hall, which was party based, Big Spending is controlled by elite and bipartisan group in both House and Senate. I liked Representative Flake's phrase "liberal Laffer curve." Jeff Flake and Pat Toomey are close allies in their opposition to spending excesses and Earmarks. Representative Flake is a favorite of the Club for Growth of which Pat Toomey had been president before running for US Senate in Pennsylvania.

Toomey Commends Representatives on Opposition Cap and Trade Vote

Pat Toomey opposes "Cap and Trade" and comments that some Pennsylvania Democrats, also, see the tremendous downside on growth, that is, production and jobs, and our standard of living that is very likely if this legislation is enacted. Note that Bill Russell's comments on John Murtha vote for "cap and trade". As does Tim Burns

More on Waxman-Markey (HR 2454) Cap and Trade Key Vote Alert from the Club for Growth ( June 2000).

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