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Focus on Real Issues

Statement on Recent Israel Developments

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The Toomey-Sestak campaigns for US Senate will offer CLEAR CHOICE of two different economic and political models; Constitutional Limited Government focused on individual freedom and personal responsibility against a Big Government Collectivist view focused on rule by an elite few manipulating the lives of all of us by using the coercive power of government law.

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Toomey's Brilliantly Flawless Presentation at RJC

A Clear Choice
Pat Toomey presented, brilliantly and flawlessly, at the Republican Jewish Coalition hosted by Bill Wanger, Esq., on Wednesday 2 June at the Blue Bell offices of FoxRothschild.
1 With the stereotypical Irish charm bridling an insightful and powerful intellect, Pat Toomey succinctly presented his specific and feasible policy solutions to the Democrat Joe Sestak's failed stimulus policies that have led to debt and deficit, no growth in standard of living and no jobs.
Pat Toomey contrasted his positions on foreign policy, national defense and Israel with Democrat Joe Sestak.
RJC Joe Sestak The Facts on Joe Sestak's Record:
Wrong on Israel - Wrong for the Senate
Pat Toomey stands strong with Israel
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Toomey Wants to Focus on Real Issues: Like Sestak's Extremely Liberal Votes

Pennsylvania US Senate: Focus on Issues
Individual Freedom v. Coerced Collectivism
Pennsylvania's Senatorial Election is a marquee race in the country between two competing and very different views of America and two competing economic systems. Constitutional Limited Government Free Market System of Individual Free Choice versus State planned and controlled, corporatist economy, centralized and coordinated by a few combining political power and economic resources. There are two ways to allocate scare resources: The Free Market Pricing System or Government Rationing. We have a choice this November.
Pat Toomey Wants to Focus on the Real Issues Like Joe Sestak's Extremely Liberal Votes Friday (May 28, 2010) just before Memorial Day Weekend not freeze federal salaries and to fund transfer detainees at Guantanamo Bay to U.S. soil.
Two Visions of America and the Economy
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Pat Toomey Issues Statement on Recent Developments in Israel

The Turkish organizers named first ship in the Hamas Flotilla, Rachel Corrie,Caroline Glick provides a detailed and insightful analysis.

demonstrating this flotilla was on a propaganda mission and not a real humanitarian mission.
Frankly, Friday's anti-Israel, pro-Iranian (and here) vote of the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty Review conference of anti-American United Nations that singles out Israel is more frightening and demonstrates the Obama Administration's naiveté and anti-Israel bias. (Why does the US fund an organization dominated by anti-American interests?)
Toomey Issues Statement on Recent Developments in Israel
Allentown - U.S. Senate candidate Pat Toomey issued the following statement on the recent developments in Israel:
"Any loss of life is regrettable, but I fully support Israel's right to defend itself. Supporters of the Iranian-backed Hamas terrorist group clearly would like to find a way to deliver weapons to Hamas in Gaza. Israel has a right to stop ships to prevent this from happening. Israel offered the ship a port and promised to deliver the humanitarian aid, but militant activists on the ship intentionally provoked a battle instead. Although much of the world community wants to deny it, Israel has a legitimate right to self-defense, and it is exercising that right in the waters near Gaza. I refuse to join the 'blame Israel first' crowd. America must stand by its ally in our mutual fight against international terrorism."

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