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Jenkins: Per Diems

Jenkins vs. Insiders

PA Fiscal Iceberg

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Dear Lowman,

Pennsylvania's government has a budget in excess of
$66, 000,000,000 and a General Fund Budget of $27.9 Billion. Pennsylvania is headed toward fiscal disaster with Billion dollar revenue shortfall this year and billions of dollars of Enron Accounting off the balance sheet unfunded liabilities for state pensions. Electing the right people to Pennsylvania's House and Senate can make a real change. The media do not cover these races so I will do the best I can in informing you. The Informed Voter is My Ally.

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Per Diems: Jonathan Jenkins 26th PA House

$3,034,394.01 for coming to work paid with unvouchered Per Diems Repeal the Incumbent Insiders and Replace with Common sense Constitutional Republicans like Jonathan Jenkins challenging 17 year career politician, Tim Hennessey who inherited the seat from his dad and has been maintained by Republican Establishment Insiders in return for Pork.
In 2009, members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives collected $3,034,394.01 in per-diems. This is in addition to the $78,314.66 annual salary each legislator makes. Legislators are also entitled to state cars, the best benefits, and lifetime pensions.
Common sense Constitutional Republican Jonathan Jenkins, candidate for Penna. House 26th District, outlines a common sense and constitutional answer to Per Diem abuse.
Per Diem Reform
Eliminate per-diem during times when budget is not in place
Require receipts for reimbursements

ChesCo's Republican Establishment Insiders Getting Rich from Government v. Jonathan Jenkins

Party REPUBLICANS, like Jonathan Jenkins, who will not take unconstitutional Pensions which are bankrupting Pennsylvania's Forgotten Taxpayer and will not ask for WAMs.. Establishment Insider Incumbent 18 year Career Politician Tim Hennessey not only takes Pension but voted for it in 2001. Val DiGiorgio is unhappy that Jonathan Jenkins is challenging an Establishment Insider, who redistributes $2,000,000 in taxpayer money to political insiders, like Republican Insider Val DiGiorgio, called WAMs, is being challenged. How will Val DiGiorgio, as a member of Stradley Ronon Stevens and Young Government and Public Affairs and the West Chester lawyers get bond work and billable hours? Government Affairs is the grown up word for "lobbyist".
From my point of view, what difference does it make if the person who is taking my money and my freedom is a Republican or a Democrat. This election is about Free Americans v. those who would take our money and our freedom.
Common sense Constitutional Tea Party Republican.
From ChesCo's Jonathan Jenkins, Candidate for Penna. House 26th District.
"The Republican establishment seems to prefer maintaining power to looking for good men and women to lead Americans out of the woods.
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Pennyslvania's Fiscal Iceberg - The Titanic Did Sink

Pennsylvania is headed toward fiscal iceberg and the Titanic did sink. Revenue Shortfalls and Pension Bomb, years of debt are catching up with us. As productive economy shrinks, as the productive Forgotten Taxpayer is drained, as government grows, the standard of living stagnates.Who will represent the 148th, 149th and 194th in the State House?

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