Remember the shutdown

By June 03, 2014


Once upon a time in 2013 our Congressman Tom McClintock thought it was best to vote to shut down the government at an estimated cost of $24 billion to the country. Hopefully that memory has not faded. We need someone who works to solve problems through negotiation and compromise, not someone who wastes time voting to repeal a law that benefits millions of Americans instead of looking for ways to improve it. From his actions it appears that he may be more interested in being reelected than looking out for the best interests of the country.

In reviewing a flyer from McClintock against his Republican candidate who has served our country with distinction, he suggests voting “NO” in bold letters. One thing for sure is that Tom is very experienced at voting no. Please think about your choices and vote. It matters.

Cameron Park

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