Why Hasn’t Jerry Lewis Signed This Letter?

Posted: May 24, 2007 1:04 PM

Rob Bluey writes:

Every Republican member of the California delegation in the House has signed a letter vowing to sustain a veto should President Bush reject Democrat-passed appropriations bills that ignore his spending guidelines. The one Republican who hasn’t: that big spender from California named Jerry Lewis.

Green Eyeshade Blog has an update on the list.

... And speaking of Green Eyeshade Blog, the FlashReport has this to say about Rep. John Cambell:

We're big Campbell fans because he has proven in his short time on Capitol Hill to be one of the top leaders in the House on matters of fiscal restraint and common sense. It isn't just where he stands on the issues, but that he is an activist, willing to exert time and energy to promote the issues in which he believes -- the most paramount of which, as a Congressman, is reducing the size and scope of the federal government.

So it is no surprise that Congressman Campbell has been leading the charge to rally Congressmen to sign a letter to the President letting him know that they will vote to sustain his veto when he rejects overspending by House Democrats.