The Case for Steve Beren
In the 7th Congressional District in Washington State there is a race going on in which the two candidates are as different as night and day. On one side you have the incumbent Jim McDermott, who has been found in violation of a persons right to privacy, had a trip to Iraq prior to the war funded by Saddam’s Intelligence Service, has made derogatory comments about our brave men and women and who believes that the government knows how to spend your money better than you do. On the other side you have Steve Beren. A man of integrity, who supports our troops, who believes in putting our country and the American people before political showmanship, who understands and lives fiscal Conservatism and believes in all his heart that in America your dreams for a better future can become a reality if you are willing to work for it.
This is a no brainer here. I think it is obvious that Steve Beren is a man who has a vision, much like Reagan’s, of our country as the great nation it is. He is a man who believes in the American people and trusts that they can make better decisions with their own money and get more bang for their buck that way too. He does not believe in the Democrats plan regarding eliminating the tax exempt of 401k’s or creating another form of Social Security. Steve Beren is man who understands that America has enemies in this world and would not look at cutting our military spending by 25% like the Democrat party has vowed to do. Steve Beren knows that to create jobs you must cut taxes as this puts more money in everyone’s pockets which is the basic fundamental or Reagan’s proven trickle down economics. He understands if you raise taxes it leads to less jobs which in turn creates what I like to call “trickle down unemployment”.
These are just some of the reasons that Steve Beren is the only choice for Congress in the 7th CD. To vote for McDermott is to vote for the Socialism of America and that I assure you is something our Founding Fathers never intended.
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