Wednesday, October 31, 2012

A reminder: Romney and Ryan aren't the real deal

Sorry, nothing fun Halloweenish yet as this week in real life has been scary and surreal, with Hurricane Sandy leaving a calling card of a blackout for about 14 hours starting the night after she passed through!

In the meantime, from my good friends the Libertarian Party:
“Why NO True Libertarian, NO True Ron Paul Supporter, NO True Tea Partier Will Even Consider Voting For Big Government Mitt Romney for President”

True Libertarians, True Ron Paul Supporters, & True Tea Partiers:

Vote AGAINST Higher Federal Tax Collections
Vote AGAINST Higher Federal Spending
Vote AGAINST Higher Federal Debt

We ALWAYS Vote AGAINST Candidates Who:
Vote FOR Higher Federal Tax Collections
Vote FOR Higher Federal Spending
Vote FOR Higher Federal Debt

Look at the Mitt Romney / Paul Ryan Republican Budget Numbers Below.

Then Vote AGAINST the Anti-Libertarian, Anti-Ron Paul, Anti-Tea Party Republican Presidential Ticket on Election Day.

Romney/Ryan Republican Federal Budget Plan Boosts Tax Collections 88%, Hikes Federal Spending 35%, and ADDS $4 Trillion to the National Debt

Here are Paul Ryan's own hard numbers on his budget plan (S1)

Paul Ryan's "Path to Prosperity" Budget Plan:
1) Increases Federal Government Tax Collections from $2.444 Trillion to $4.601 Trillion. A $2.157 Federal Tax Collection Increase. An 88% Tax Collection Increase.
2) Increases Federal Government Spending from $3.624 Trillion to $4.888 Trillion. A $1.264 Trillion Increase in Federal Government Spending. A 35% Increase.
3) ADDS $4 Trillion to the National Debt.

Libertarian Presidential Candidate, 2-Term Governor Gary Johnson, has pledged to cut spending 43% to balance the federal budget his first year in office.

Please Vote for 2-Term New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate for President on November 6th.

Paid for by the Libertarian National Committee
2600 Virginia Ave, N.W. Suite 200, Washington D.C. 20037

I'm undecided between voting for Johnson, writing in Paul or staying home again.

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