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The stories from Gop.gov/yourstory continue to roll in at an alarming rate. As we have all seen, millions of Americans continue to receive notices informing them that their current insurance plans will no longer be offered under Obamacare. The House Republican Conference has compiled a short video:
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The House Republican Conference today released a new video, “Action, Not Political Games,” that contrasts action in the House versus the political gamesmanship in the Senate. Just last month, House Republicans passed the Smarter Solutions for Students Act, which would prevent federal loan interest rates from doubling, and take Washington politics out of students' wallets. With the deadline only three days away, Senate Democrats have not acted. In fact, President Obama threatened to veto the House bill and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said with unequivocal conviction, "I am not looking for a compromise." What they haven't said, though, is far more important: their failure to compromise is putting students in danger of not being able to attend college.
New video highlights Scott Brown desperation to return to Washington to represent big oil, Wall Street instead of the middle class
Concord - Ahead of Scott Brown's trip to Keene this afternoon, the New Hampshire Democratic Party is launching a new web-video entitled 'desperado.' The video highlights how Scott Brown is so desperate to return to the U.S. Senate to represent big oil and big banks instead of the middle class that he doesn't care what state he has to run from. [Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7P0T--CgB5E]
The trip comes just days after Brown's carpetbagger trial balloon was panned by New Hampshire citizens. Public polling last week revealed that more than half of New Hampshire voters didn't want Brown to run for office in New Hampshire, nearly two thirds didn't consider him a Granite Stater, and he has a net unfavorable rating of almost 50%. The national media hasn't been much kinder, lampooning his desperate scheme as something between 'a really, really, bad idea,' and 'delusional.'
"The people who know Scott Brown's record of standing up for Wall Street instead of Main Street best rejected him last fall, and New Hampshire wouldn't be any different," said New Hampshire Democratic Party Communications Director Harrell Kirstein. "Brown co-sponsored the Blunt Amendment which allowed employers to deny women preventive health care and contraception, voted against equal pay for equal work, and supported Paul Ryan's budget that turns Medicare to a voucher program and would cost seniors $6,400 a year, all to pay for tax cuts for the wealthiest. Those aren't New Hampshire values."