Saturday, July 22, 2006

 

Press Release: Vance Cheek on Out-of-control Government Spending

I received the following press release from Vance Cheek, Jr. Vance has been endorsed by this website.

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Stop Out-of-Control Government Spending
We must Secure our Future.

Congressional spending is out-of-control.

One study estimates upwards of $29 billion in excess spending in the last budget.

Vance supports Congressman Jenkins’ efforts to pass a constitutional balanced budget amendment.

As Mayor, Vance W. Cheek, Jr. always passed balanced budgets and never voted for a tax increase. He will be our strongest voice against out-of-control spending in Congress.

Taxpayers cannot afford to pay more, especially with high gas and health care prices. Vance Cheek will help eliminate waste, fraud and abuse in our budget so we can lower taxes.

Vance also knows job creation is critical to East Tennessee, to secure our children's future. That's why Vance created job growth centers such as the Medical Technology Corridor as Mayor and he will do the same for us as our next Congressman.

VOTE FOR OUR STRONGEST CONSERVATIVE VOICE FOR CONGRESS
VOTE VANCE W. CHEEK, JR. FOR CONGRESS

To volunteer click here: Vance Cheek Volunteer Form; request signs, bumper stickers and volunteer

To donate click here: Donate to Vance's Campaign

PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS

To read more about Vance's background, visit Vance's website at www.vancecheekcom

Comments:
Out of control spending. Kinda like Ed and Van when they were in the U.S. Congress.
 
Mickey -

Watchdog groups like Americans for Tax Reform do not agree.

Mickey, so you sometimes feel that you are tilting at windmills?

Cheers,

Rob
 
Rob you made a real mistake, I think, endorsing a moderate at best. Not to mention the fact, he will not win.

Will you support David Davis when he wins? You know the true, proven conservative?
 
Vance -

First, Vance is no moderate. His views are conservative, and his history bears out that he has supported conservatives over moderates when the opportunity has presented itself. I found very few instances where David and Vance disagreed on issues - about one of the only ones was on the support of self-imposed term limits, where David refused to go on record about how long he plans to hold the seat - and David, as you say, is a "proven conservative."

Will I back David if he wins? Absolutely.

As for Vances's chances, it all comes down to turnout. When you have 5-6 viable candidates in a Congressional primary, which candidate best turns out his supporters will determine the nominee. Yes, Venable has the built in Sullivan County advantage, but it isn't like Washington County is on the other end of the district...

Cheers,

Rob
 
Thanks, I enjoyed the post. Keep the postings go on.

It does show the increasing awareness in BLOGS. I hope I can learn more posts in comming days.
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