Skip to comments.GREAT Ad for a Republican for Congress - Roger Williams
Posted on 04/03/2012 5:58:24 PM PDT by BookaT
"While the President enjoys his vacation, I tried to talk some sense into his party's leadership. As you can see in the video, I gave them tough love & tough talk about the importance of the free market - we need to put the liberal donkey days behind us."
It is funny and totally accurate.
It is on his home page:
That was funny. “Even with those big ears you still don’t listen” and the feeding elephants line was good too at the end.
"It's a lot easier feeding elephants, and if I have to trade you in for elephants, I'll do it."
Republican Candidates could improve their Primary vote count by campaigning with the following idea:
Due to the FHA, Fannie and Freddie Bankruptcies of September, 2008, American home owners lost 30 % of the value of their homes. That is a 30 % cut in just one month. Home values are still down 30 %.
Thus, let us cut the total compensation to all elected Federal politicians, and their staffs by 30 %, and an additional 10 % cut to elected Federal politicians each year until Federal Spending is LESS THAN the average of the previous 2 years of Federal income.
BTW, since slightly less than half of the US House, and 2/3 of the US Senate are Millionaires, it will be a great opportunity for Congress to lead by example that EVERYONE should give up their fair share of the American Dream.
What better way can there be to demonstrate that Federal politicians are on the same page as the voters?
I have known Roger and his family since I was very young. Played with him on the local Little League team here in Fort Worth. If you bought a Chevrolet during the 60s-70s you probably bought it from his Dad, Jack Williams. He is a great person and is just what we need to help clean the Washington cesspool....
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