Lawmakers who supported Obamacare and spread the president’s ?false statement “if you like your health care plan you can keep your health care plan,” are taking the heat from recent ads launched by Americans For Prosperity.
File under Never Too Early: Americans for Prosperity, a national conservative advocacy organization, is placing ads against two House Democrats based on their pro-Obamacare votes.
“Run, Ted, run!” was the message the enthusiastic crowd had for Sen. Ted Cruz on Saturday at Americans for Prosperity’s “Defending the American Dream” summit in Orlando. In his speech at the event, the potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate railed against “career politicians in both parties,” Common Core education and Obamacare, among other things.
There was a moment last week when our first amendment rights were trampled on, when individuals who didn’t want to let us speak physically tried to make us stop. In videos that have made the rounds on YouTube, pro union protestors vandalized our property, tore down our Americans for Prosperity tent endangering the safety of some of our members inside, and sought to intimidate us to leave.
Two different visions for America, from two very different presidents.
Americans For Prosperity holds Obama accountable for Solyndra's "model" of jobs and growth.
Owners of popular conservative websites have increasing reason to be concerned their sites may be hacked or otherwise physically attacked for political reasons.
According to records compiled by the Farm Subsidy database, Lugar received $165,687 in farm subsidies during a decade and half in the Senate, including the six years he spent as chairman of the Senate Agricultural Committee. He also joined the Chicago Climate Exchange. Geesh.
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