PRESIDENT OBAMA CAMPAIGNS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE ON HIS STALLED JOBS BILL
With the First in the Nation Primary date is less than 60 days away, and campaign season in the Granite State is in full swing. Over the past couple of months, we’ve seen Republican candidates for President ramp up their presence in New Hampshire; knocking on doors, hosting town halls and hitting the phones. In under a year, our campaign will be doing the same, and your contribution of $25, $50, or $100 today will ensure that we have the resources to do so!
Today, Republicans won’t be the only presidential candidates campaigning in New Hampshire. On taxpayer dollars, President Obama will be in Manchester at a campaign style event to promote his stalled jobs bill. Not only will he be holding up traffic and making it difficult for those trying to travel to visit family for the Thanksgiving holiday, but he will be busy trying to explain how raising taxes is a good idea when our economy continues to struggle.
When will he realize that an additional $447 million tab on America’s middle class and small businesses is not the solution to the over 9% unemployment rate in our country?
Since being sworn in almost one year ago, this is exactly what I have been fighting against. Instead of taxing the middle class, I have been voting to lower taxes, cut wasteful spending and make the American government accountable to you – a stark difference between myself, President Obama, the national Democrats and my opponent.
And that is why I need your help today! The national Democrats will continue to spend millions against me. Your generous support of $25, $50, $100, $250, $500 or even $1,000 right now will ensure I have the necessary resources to continue bringing strong, conservative, common sense leadership to Washington!
Together, we can send a message to President Obama, Nancy Pelosi and my opponent; enough is enough -- the American taxpayers are not your personal checkbook.
Please visit www.votebass.com today! Thank you in advance for your generous consideration and I look forward to seeing you soon!