This November in North Dakota, we have the opportunity to remove the last of the Democrat representatives who have ill-served this state for their entire terms.
Before anybody tells me they were good for agriculture, I have one question. If they were so good, why are farmers still dependent on the government for prices? Most of their voting record consists of deficit spending which requires us to put our children and grandchildren into financial slavery before they are even born.
When obamacare was passed, they voted in favor of it despite the fact that a large majority of this state’s citizens were against it. Why? Because they lacked the backbone to stand up to Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi. They lacked the backbone to stand up for the citizens who elected them.
We, as citizens were told, “I was elected to do what I thought best for the citizens of North Dakota.” No. We hired you to do what we wanted done, what we perceived to be best for the state of North Dakota. And you failed!
Comes now Heidi Heitkamp to replace Kent Conrad. The first thing anybody needs to know about a Democrat is that their loyalty is to their party, and not to the people who elect them.
The three amigos proved that.
Furthermore, she favors obamacare. That great program that took $700 billion from Medicare and put it someplace else. Consider also that obama stated that electric bills are going to skyrocket under his economic plans.
Never has a better plan against out senior citizens been conceived —extremely limited medical care along with rising utility bills. What are senior citizens to do when they can no longer afford to heat their places of residence?
According to obama, we can give them a pill of something. We should vote for Heitkamp to ensure he has the power to bring his economic plans to fruition. Yeah. Right.
As a passing comment, I am not all that happy with the way Rep. Rick Berg and Sen. John Hoeven have voted either. They too need to find their spines.
It should be noted that obama’s name was deliberately put in lowercase letters to demonstrate my great admiration for him.
Gene Torstenson, Dickinson