31 October 2011 0 Comments

8 November: Name One Cut – Josh Shapiro Slickly Slides Away from Specifics

Like most informed people, I find political ads shallow. In this case, the press release is on target and succinctly points out that ShapiroRichards Rhetoric lacks substance. I would add that the Rhetoric is not supported by the reality of their record of Big Government spending, borrowing, taxing and unionizing. From BrownCastor Campaign: “On Thursday, […]

22 October 2011 0 Comments

8 November: The ShapiroObama Debt Curve – A New Direction

The ShapiroObama Debt Curve – A New Direction 2011 DEBT:  For 2011, the government had to borrow 36 cents of every dollar it spent. The string of massive debts has made interest on that debt the fastest growing budget category. Josh Shapiro for Barack Obama Abington High School October 8, 2008 Video: Hope Change and […]

19 October 2011 0 Comments

8 November: Josh Shapiro and Governor Rendell’s Bankrupting Budgets

In fact, since he was sworn in on January 20, 2005, Josh Shapiro  has voted for every one of Ed Rendell’s budgets and, enthusiastically, supported the Rendell Agenda of spending, borrowing, taxing and unionization.  Governor Rendell is helping to finance the ShapiroRichards campaign to take over Montgomery County’s Board of Commission and their Big Government […]

7 August 2011 0 Comments

8 November Why Democrats Can’t Be Trusted With Money: Lower Merion Josh Shapio’s Record

Citizen Journalist Carla Zambelli has posted Jeff Salvino’s one minute Daily Daily Salvo — Red White Blue and Brown Please consider disseminating Jenny Brown’s clear, confident and consistent record of fiscal common sense and sunshine. Carla, Jeff and I cannot do this by ourselves. The consequences of a Democratic takeover of the County are catastrophic […]

20 July 2011 0 Comments

8 November Josh Shapiro Votes Against Governor Corbett’s Common Sense Budget

On total spending, the 2011-12 total operating budget of $65.4 Billion Dollars represents the first reduction in spending in more than 40 years.   There remain significant liabilities that The Forgotten Taxpayer will have to finance because spending cuts were not deep enough to address  growing deficits unemployment compensation or pensions, which the Governor, the General […]