Thursday, January 26, 2006
The latest poll shows a 41% approval rating in her district and it's only 53% among Republicans
Perhaps that's why Sue has spent much of the past week running around the district, trying to generate headlines and prove that she's really doing something, instead of enjoying the last of the six-week long vacation imposed by Republican leaders in DC to get their House in order. Let's hope that come November, the voters in this district will decide to send her on an even longer vacation.
Below is his statement:
"I would never dump the tax breaks for corporations and the top 1% onto the backs of students and the sick. I
n Congress I will be a voice for people of the district and fight for their interests, not the special interests.
On a day where ExxonMobil again announces record profits, I oppose the $40 billion in budget cuts to student loans, Medicaid, Medicare, Child Support Enforcement, Foster Care and Supplemental Security Income."