Bring It!… Dems Targeting GOP Reps For NOT Spending Enough

It’s on!…
Dems are attacking Republican Representatives in radio ads for not spending enough taxpayer money!
Really!

Barack Obama will quadruple the deficit this year.
And Democrats are proud of this?

Democrats believe they have a winning formula for 2010.
They are airing ads attacking Republican Representatives for not voting on the massive Democratic spending bills this year.
Roll Call reported:

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is running radio advertisements for the next week targeting six House Republicans, according to details obtained by Roll Call. The committee blasted these GOP Members for voting against Democrats’ Economic Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which passed earlier this year.

Radio advertisements, automated calls and e-mails will target Reps. Don Young (Alaska), Brian Bilbray (Calif.), Tom Rooney (Fla.), Thaddeus McCotter (Mich.), Peter King (N.Y.) and Charlie Dent (Pa.).

“Did you know Congressman King voted against the economic recovery plan?” says an announcer in the spot running in King’s district. “He opposed an $800 tax cut and opposed creating or saving 215,000 New York jobs. Tell King to put New York first.”

In addition to the radio advertisement, which is scheduled to air during drive time, automatic phone calls will run in each of the Republicans’ districts. The automated calls refer to specific projects in the districts that could be funded by the stimulus, such as widening a road in McCotter’s district.

Obviously, the democrats didn’t get the message from the California voters 10 days ago.

Related… Only 31% of Americans believe the Stimulus actually helped the economy.

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