Friday, January 20, 2012

Who to Vote for

Looking at Newt Gingrich

He favors big government, he is a progressive.

Rick Santorum Direct Quotes

Santorum said. “The less moral we are, the less well behaved we are, the bigger government gets and the less free all of us become.

Health Care: Mr. Santorum has been a long-time proponent of market-driven, patient-centered health care solutions. He believes that everybody should have access to high-quality and affordable health care, with decisions being made by patients and their doctors instead of by government.

Second Amendment: Mr. Santorum is an ardent defender of every law abiding citizen’s Second Amendment rights. As a US Senator, Santorum wrote legislation eliminating the requirement that fishermen and hunters turn over their Social Security numbers when obtaining a license, supported legislation protecting law-abiding gun manufacturers and dealers from frivolous lawsuits, and vehemently opposed the Assault Weapons Ban, guided by his belief that the real answer to gun violence is the enforcement of existing laws. If elected, Santorum would be guided by the same principles that guided him through those votes in the Senate. By contrast, Romney was a supporter of gun control during his gubernatorial run and signed gun control legislation into law on July 1, 2004.

Entitlements & Spending: Rick Santorum believes that entitlement reform and caps on spending are the way to economic solvency. He believes we must live within our means, prioritize our national security and defense spending, refocus the government on constitutional principles, consolidate duplicative programs, eliminate wasteful programs, and reform and modernize Medicare and Social Security in order to put us on the path to fiscal solvency.

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Progressive is trying to dismantle the constitution of America.

Mick Romney is a progressive.

What is progressive? It is moving beyond the Constitution. Redistribution of wealth, etc.

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