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DeLauro takes credit—credit not due

Rosa DeLauro once again tries to take credit where credit is not due—by showing up to celebrate a company’s accomplishments as a way to get free re-election campaign advertising.  

DeLauro: “If we want to create good paying jobs, this is where the investment ought to be.” These are words spoken by a Representative who has supported some of the most anti-business policies in Washington. And anti-business means anti-jobs. DeLauro’s role model is Connecticut’s one-party Machine.

So how’s that working out, voters? CT has one of the worst state economies—because it has one of the worst business climates in the country: http://www5.cbia.com/cbianews/article/how-can-connecticut-boost-its-business-climate-rankings/

But just keep voting for self-serving, crony careerists like DeLauro and, who knows? Maybe we can make it to the very bottom of the list!

“Precision Combustion has shown a knack for getting the federal grants.” And Rosa DeLauro has shown a knack for trying to get the credit for such grants.

Let’s see: how do you spell “phony”? D, E, L, A, U, R, O…

http://www.nhregister.com/business/20140512/rep-rosa-delauro-visits-north-haven-company-that-won-nasa-grant

If you believe in returning our govt to the People—

rather than allowing it to be run by self-serving multimillionaires like DeLauro—

then copy/paste this entire post into an email and send it to 3rd district friends, post on Facebook, etc. to share with others [you can use the Facebook and Twitter buttons below]—

and help expose this fraud!

http://rosadelauroexposed.wordpress.com/

https://www.facebook.com/RosaDeLauroCronyism

Paul W. McKechnie May 14, 2014 at 08:00 AM
I love it. Well said!

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