May 10, 2012 U.S. House Representatives (U.S. Senate Candidate 2012) Jeff Flake voted NO on H.R. 5326. By a vote of NO, Flake voted YES to continue FUNDING LAWSUITS the Department of Justice is filing against States that have passed, or are in the process of passing THEIR OWN IMMIGRATION LAWS.
When does NO mean YES? When U.S. House Representatives say they got your back but bend you over. Also in the bill and by a vote of NO, Flake said yes to continue funding for INTERPOL, as well as agreeing to NOT REDUCE funding for a myriad of other programs. WE THE PEOPLE control our government by holding the purse strings that are held by the U. S. House of Representatives subject to our vote every two years.
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MORE FLAKEY SHENANIGANS……
BASIC VOCABULARY REVIEW OF ‘FISCAL CONSERVATISM’
By Annette McHugh: June 2, 2012
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Please read and review Congressman Flake’s legislation: Jeff Flake H.R. 5381, CLEER ACT: Constitutional Legislation to Eliminate Egregious REGULATIONS
Also, did you know this: (HR 5326)
CHECK OUT (HR 5326: http://www.govtrack.us/congress/votes/112-2012/h249 Scroll down to Arizona, FLAKE VOTED ‘NAY’!!!! )
AZ Congressman Jeff Flake campaigns upon his fiscal conservative values, let’s review the latest:
Volcabulary review of the term, “Fiscal conservatism“ is a political term used to describe a fiscal policy that advocates avoiding deficit spending. Fiscal conservatives often consider reduction of overall government spending and national debt as well as ensuring balanced budget of paramount importance. Free trade, deregulation of the economy, lower taxes, and other conservative policies are also often but not necessarily affiliated with fiscal conservatism.
Now, let’s review based upon the definition of a ‘fiscal conservative’, whether Congressman Flake’s vote against defunding the Dept. of Justice’s access to U.S. taxpayer money to be used to continue to file lawsuits against state’s which have passed, and are in the process of passing their own immigration laws falls within the definition of ‘fiscal conservative’.
Our nation is over $ 15 trillion in debt. (http://www.usdebtclock.org//)
1. Did Congressman Flake’s vote AGAINST defunding the Dept. of Justice’s lawsuits decrease government spending? Ans. NO!
2. Did Congressman Flake’s vote AGAINST defunding the Dept. of Justice’s lawsuits reduce our National debt? Ans. NO!
3. Did Congressman Flake’s vote AGAINST defunding the Dept. of Justice’s lawsuits decrease our Nation’s deficit spending? Ans. NO!
4. Did Congressman Flake’s vote AGAINST defunding the Dept. of Justice’s lawsuits lower taxes? Ans. NO!
5. Did Congressman Flake’s vote AGAINST defunding the Dept. of Justice’s lawsuits benefit our nation fiscally in any way? Ans. NO!
6. Did Congressman Flake’s vote AGAINST defunding the Dept. of Justice’s lawsuits have the slightest positive fiscal impact of ensuring a balanced budget? Ans. NO!
Immigration aside, which we already know Congressman Flake’s grade average on the majority of National Immigration organization websites typically runs at a D -, so I simply decided to focus merely on Congressman Flake’s ‘fiscal conservative values’ on his vote against HR 5326.
Congressman Flake’s overall ‘fiscal grade’ on HR 5326 is: F -
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