Friday, October 20, 2006

Tom Davis Doesn't Get It

Tom must have missed that day in Middle School when the teacher explains you can't answer a question, by using the question. See the recent Connection Newspaper candidate bio on Tom Davis.

9. While the economy has grown in the last five years, the wages of middle- and low-income Americans has stagnated. How would you address the income disparity between the very wealthy and the rest of the working America?

The best policies to improve incomes are those that promote economic growth

Tom, the question states that economic growth has occured, but incomes have stagnated.

Then there is this little nugget
For the following questions, please respond with a yes or no answer.

14. Do you believe that Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court's 1973 decision that overturned state laws banning abortion, should be overturned?

This is a judicial decision, but I do not support amending the Constitution to overturn Roe; however, I do support a ban on partial birth abortions, late term abortions, and federal funding of abortions.
Tom, where is the yes or no?

Does anyone else find this amusing?

If Tom Davis can't fill out a simple questionare, how can he be an effective congressman?

Here is Andy's Candidate Bio

Nate de la Piedra is the Online Outreach Coordinator for the Andrew Hurst for Congress 2006 Campaign. The ideas expressed herein belong to Nate de la Piedra and do not necessarily represent those of Andrew Hurst, his advisors, staff, or "The Campaign".

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