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Rob Ciervo

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Roberta Biros



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The Conservative Reform Network will present Real Deal Candidates who are committed to Fiscal Common Sense. Each of the Real Deal Candidates has signed Citizens Alliance NO NEW TAX pledge. Candidate for State Senate Roberta Biros has signed the Citizens Alliance Declination of Pension Form and State House Candidate Rob Ciervo has, also, signed the Citizens Alliance Pension Declination Form.

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Rob Ciervo for State Rep: NO NEW TAX PLEDGE





Constitutional Conservative Rob Ciervo has signed Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania's NO NEW TAXES pledge, attached, and PENSION DECLINATION pledge and completed the CAP Survey.
Rob Ciervo, PhD, will not only be one of the most thoughtful and best educated members of the House, with real world experience as Newtown Township supervisor, but also has demonstrated, in numerous op-eds, a sophisticated understanding of Pension Problem and here1 as well as other Budget problems, namely, expenditures rising and exceeding state revenues. The spend, borrow and tax regime of Democrats and union financed Republicans has hammered The Forgotten Taxpayer who pay the taxes that the tax takers take and hammered the job creating, productive Small Businessperson suffocating job creation and lowering our standard of living, bigger government, less productivity as the European Welfare State experience has shown.
1Ciervo is a public employee in New Jersey. He is director of the Learning Center at Rutgers University-Camden. Ciervo said he is not under a defined benefits pension program."I contribute 5 percent and Rutgers contributes 7 percent," he said. "They help me pay, but it is predictable for them. It's a set, predictable rate that can be budgeted."Though a 1986 graduate of Council Rock High School, Ciervo didn't shy away from criticizing the salaries and benefits enjoyed by teachers in that district. "The teacher's salary at CR tops out at $104,000," he said. "A Council Rock teacher with 35 years of experience can retire and get a pension payment of $89,250 a year every year for the rest of his or her life.""The teacher's salary at CR tops out at $104,000," he said. "A Council Rock teacher with 35 years of experience can retire and get a pension payment of $89,250 a year every year for the rest of his or her life." (May 28, 2010 Bucks County Courier)


Real Deal Dan Truitt: Analysis of Chester County's 156th





Not Business as Usual in Chester County's House District 156th - Real Deal Dan Truitt
Dan Truitt advocates, with credibility and integrity, winning ideas and winning polices of NO NEW TAXES on the productive sector [embedded and attached is Dan Truitt's responses to Citizens Alliance Candidate Survey and his signed NO NEW TAXES pledge] and reducing Pennsylvania's government spending in order to grow jobs and productivity which is driving Pennsylvania's Forgotten Taxpayers and Small Businesspeople toward bankruptcy. The analysis below demonstrates this is an electorate which leans toward fiscal commonsense candidate who will stop the fiscal madmen in Harrisburg.
Below is an analysis of the voting in the district. I think this demonstrates this is a winnable election if Dan Truitt is able to communicate his authenticity and his commitment to convince voters that he is not like other Republicans who say one thing and then vote Business as Usual following lockstep Big Government leadership. Dan Truitt is independent and unendorsed by the Leadership of the Republican Party chosen by grassroots Republican voters in a contested primary.
House District 156 analysis, General 06 immediately below are total number of voters with party analysis.
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Roberta Biros: Real Deal Constitutional Tea Party Conservative



Real Deal Roberta Biros gives us a reasoned, detailed analysis (with some graphic humor) of the votes of Republican and Democratic House and Senate "Leadership" for a smoke and mirrors, fiscally mad Budget. Including $10 million for Arlen Specter Library and another $10 million for John Murtha library and $5 million for a mystery project in Hazelton AND $600,000 in NEW borrowing onto Pennsylvania's Forgotten Taxpayer. This is all hard to believe, yet true. And where are our elected representatives and Senators? These people are taking Pennsylvania to bankruptcy while trashing the Constitutional Mandate of a Balanced Budget. This budget does not address, in any way, the underfunding of PSERs and SERS off the balance sheet liabilities (you know, Enron Accounting).
Roberta Biros exposes the cynical and irresponsible votes and the deceptively manipulative rhetoric of some of our Representatives and Senators. Roberta's challenge is to communicate her message to the 77,000 likely voters in this State Senatorial Election. Electing Roberta Biros will make a difference.
From Roberta Biros: "Here are my thoughts on the PA Budget that passed the House and Senate yesterday. If you aren't outraged, you should be. Please feel free to share with others!
PA 2010 State Budget Passes Senate and House: An Example of Spending Money that We Don't Have

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