Lincoln Davis has been on a spending spree lately. He voted for President Obama’s 2009 budget (House Democrats wouldn’t even propose a budget in 2010), voted to increase the debt limit to by $2 trillion and voted for an appropriations bill that cost $1.1 trillion and contained 5,224 earmarks. He has also proven that he is easily swayed by special interests: he voted to take away a worker’s right to a secret ballot by supporting card-check legislation – hardly surprising, considering that labor unions have given over $800,000 to his campaigns.
Scott will be a vote to stop these “pay-to-play” politics and to protect the conservative taxpayers in the district by reversing the wasteful spending that Davis and Obama have embarked upon this Congress.
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