August 20, 2012

The Debt ~Pete Hoekstra #Migov #migop #rightmi #Teaparty #TeapartyMi #sgp #tcot #mitcot #UAW

Hoekstra for United States Senate

This week we are traveling the state talking about an issue that matters to Michigan families, workers and the next generation: the debt. There is a stark contrast between my work on the House Budget Committee and Senator Stabenow's failed record on the Senate Budget Committee.

You can follow my Solutions Express Tour here:

Senator Stabenow has failed American families, seniors and the next generation with her record as a member of the Senate Budget Committee. She has done nothing but follow Harry Reid's lead, resulting in incomprehensible debt and the country going without a budget for more than 1,200 days. I passed several balanced budgets in 1990's and they led to historic economic growth.

The national debt has increased by more than $6 trillion since Debbie began serving on the Senate Budget Committee and has already risen by another trillion dollars this fiscal year. As a member of the House Budget Committee, I helped balance the budget for the first time in 30 years and did so for four consecutive years.

The debt is a serious issue facing the country and the contrasts before Michigan voters could not be clearer. I know it's taxpayer's hard-earned money the government spends, and Congress has a moral responsibility to balance the budget for the next generation. Sen. Stabenow believes it's the government's money, it's limitless and there are no economic consequences for trillion dollar deficits.

I have the record of making the tough decisions to get the job done for Michigan families and workers.

Help spread the word on Facebook and look for tour updates each day:

Thank you,

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Candidate for U.S. Senate

190 Monroe Ave. NW Ste. #301 Grand Rapids, MI 49503

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If everyone knew all there is to know, they would not do half the things they do, including myself, therefore I must foregive them, including myself.

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