1. Promoting a proven economic prosperity agenda of lower taxes and pro-growth policies vs. the failed policies of higher taxes, more regulation and bloated bureaucratic structures of the past.
2. Left-wing San Francisco radical ideas vs. the values held by the rest of America
3. Defeating terrorism and the dictatorships who threaten America vs. appeasing and being defeated by them
Now here is Truth #2 reposted in full:
Any conservative who is considering staying home this fall has to consider the
consequence of their not voting.
The Democrats are set to put as third in line to be President the most liberal leader they have ever had.
These positions are so unpopular that virtually any Republican candidate, even in a
very moderate district, ought to be able to sharply draw the contrast.
If you go back to mynewsletter of September 5 on the American Eleven, you will see the kind of solutions that are supported by the vast majority of the American
Contrast that newsletter with Nancy Pelosi's voting record.
Nancy Pelosi legitimately represents the values of her liberal San Francisco
They are simply not values most Americans can support or feel comfortable with in the powerful position her party is willing to give her.
America vs. the Pelosi Record at Home
Consider the following votes (all opposed by the vast majority of Americans):
-On July 31, 1996, Pelosi voted against the historic Welfare Reform Bill and later voted against its reauthorization;
-On July 19, 2006, Pelosi voted against protecting the right to say "one nation under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance;
-On Sept. 20, 2006, Pelosi voted against requiring that voters be identified so we could ensure only legal citizens are voting;
-On July 13, 2006, Pelosi voted against requiring English on ballots;
-On June 30, 2005, Pelosi refused to side with homeowners against the Kelo decision that allows cities to seize private property for profitable ventures, even though 365 members voted to stop cities from taking private property.
-Pelosi has voted at least 12 times against the death penalty;
-Pelosi was one of only 67 House members to vote against the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA);
-Pelosi has voted at least eight times against banning partial-birth abortion, at least three times against the Unborn Victims of Violence Act (Laci's law), and scored a perfect 100 percent rating from NARAL Pro-Choice America;
-Pelosi voted against a bill that would "[b]ar the transportation of a minor girl across state lines to obtain an abortion without the consent of a parent, guardian or judge;"
-Pelosi voted at least 31 times for using local or federal taxpayer dollars to fund abortions;
-and Pelosi received an "F" rating from the National Rifle Association.
If the Dems win the House in two weeks, Pelosi will be the new Speaker and these are the values she will bring to that position. If you are as much against these positions as I am, then it is very important that you vote for the Repub in your district and also make sure you get as many of your family and friends as possible to do the same.