Barney Keller - August 26th, 2014
Club for Growth President Chris Chocola: “Gary Lambert is laughably liberal. He supported energy mandates, cap-and-trade, and voted against legislation that would have let New Hampshire opt out of ObamaCare.”
Washington, DC – The Club for Growth today announced a new, six-figure TV ad campaign in New Hampshire’s Second Congressional District. The ad criticizes State Senator Gary Lambert for supporting job-killing energy mandates and opposing conservative health care reforms that would have let New Hampshire opt out of ObamaCare. The ads start today and will run on broadcast and cable throughout the district.
“Gary Lambert is laughably liberal. He supported energy mandates, cap-and-trade, and voted against legislation that would have let New Hampshire opt out of ObamaCare,” said Club for Growth President Chris Chocola. “Gary knows that his far-left record is out of step with New Hampshire Republicans, which is why he’s dishonestly attacking fiscal conservative Marilinda Garcia. New Hampshire can see through Gary Lambert’s desperate attacks, which is why conservatives are strongly support Marilinda Garcia for Congress.”
Script for “Laughable” (TV :30)
GARY LAMBERT IS LAUGHABLY LIBERAL.
IN THE STATE SENATE, LAMBERT SUPPORTED ENERGY MANDATES THAT COULD HAVE HIKED GAS PRICES AND KILLED JOBS.
EVEN WORSE, LAMBERT OPPOSED CONSERVATIVE HEALTH CARE REFORMS AND OPPOSED A BILL TO LET NEW HAMPSHIRE OPT OUT OF OBAMACARE.
LAUGHABLY LIBERAL LAMBERT.
NO WONDER THE UNION LEADER AND CONSERVATIVES STRONGLY SUPPORT MARILINDA GARCIA FOR CONGRESS.
CLUB FOR GROWTH IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONTENT OF THIS ADVERTISING.
Barney Keller - November 18th, 2013
"It’s not that it’s not correct…" Um, yes.
Mr. Andrew Roth - November 04th, 2013
This is from four years ago – Aug. 24, 2009. Fast forward to the 2m31s mark.
Mr. Andrew Roth - October 09th, 2013
Mr. Andrew Roth - May 10th, 2013
Congress is going to debate the new farm bill soon, and it’s a whopper. The food stamp program, which is wholly unrelated to agriculture, takes up roughly 80% of the $1 trillion bill.
Unfortunately, there’s bipartisan support for it. As one example, here’s a recent quote from Republican Senator Thad Cochran: