Tuesday, April 19, 2011

HOW DID THIS GUY EVER GET ELECTED WITH SUCH NON-SENSICAL SENSE OF POLITICS, JUSTICE AND FAIRNESS KEVIN STODA CANDIDATE FOR KANSAS

HOW DID THIS GUY EVER GET ELECTED WITH SUCH NON-SENSICAL SENSE OF POLITICS, JUSTICE AND FAIRNESS??? KEVIN STODA, CANDIDATE FOR KANSAS
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HOW DID THIS GUY EVER GET ELECTED WITH SUCH NON-SENSICAL SENSE OF POLITICS, JUSTICE AND FAIRNESS???

KEVIN STODA, CANDIDATE FOR KANSAS

Greetings Mr. Stoda,

Well, this week we did something many folks said we could not do. We actually reduced the amount of money that the federal government will spend. Republicans fought for and achieved real cuts totaling just under $40 billion, and President Obama signed them into law!
While $40 billion is certainly no small figure, it represents a tiny step forward along the path toward the goals I set out to achieve when I ran for Congress – paying off our debt, creating a a pro-growth jobs environment in Kansas and in America, and getting government regulators like the Environmental Protection Agency out of the way (our 2011 budget reduced EPA by $1.6 billion – almost 16% of its budget!).

This week we also undertook another historic first – the House of Representatives passed a budget that truly addresses our long-term financial health. The plan strengthens our entitlement programs, unburdens businesses, and lets families keep more of the money that they worked so hard to get. It recognizes the simple notion that the country cannot spend more money than it has. It is not a Republican plan or a Democrat plan, it is an American plan that acknowledges that our nation must stop spending away our children’s prosperity. To learn more, you can see the outlines of this plan at http://budget.house.gov/fy2012budget/
You sent a message to Washington last election that it was time to hit the brakes on the government’s runaway spending. Now, House Republicans are acting to roll back some of the expensive and damaging policies created by the previous Congress. President Obama’s new plan has a very different vision—failed stimulus, a culture of tax and spend and the nationalization of our healthcare system. America has never prospered by expanding the government; the President’s nanny state bureaucracy will choke off jobs and leave future generations worse off than ours for the first time in our nation’s history. That is a path we must not travel, and Republicans are committed to steering clear of it.

To hear more about this important discussion on our financial future, please take a moment to view my appearance this week on Fox News’ Hannity

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