Jacky Rosen’s hypocrisy knows no end. She’s personally soliciting campaign donations based on the government shutdown that she voted to create this past Thursday.
And what is the going rate for Rosen’s shutdown hypocrisy? She is suggesting donations ranging from $5 to $500.
Maybe voters can use the extra money in their paychecks thanks to the middle class tax cuts that Jacky voted against and wants to repeal.
“Jacky Rosen soliciting donations off the government shutdown that she voted for is as hypocritical as it is pathetic. Rosen’s reckless vote may score her points with liberal extremists, but it’s going to cost her dearly in November.” –SLF Spokesman Chris Pack
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From: Jacky <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, Jan 20, 2018 at 10:03 AM
Friend: It’s been 10 hours since Republicans shut down the government. With full GOP control of the White House, Senate and House, there’s simply no doubt where the blame lies.
But this shutdown is about so much more than just politics and blame: It’s heartbreaking. Despite broad support for bipartisan agreements that protect Dreamers and funds the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Republicans have forced this reckless shutdown at the expense of young people across our country.
Republicans’ political games could have dangerous results. Millions of children will soon lose their health care, and hundreds of thousands of Dreamers could be deported. We can’t afford to stay silent on something so important, so I’m fighting to end the shutdown and stand up for children and Dreamers – but I need to know your thoughts on this now:
Will you take our brief survey to let me know where you stand in this important moment? Here’s the link: https://surveys.signforgood.com/rosen-shutdown-survey
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Jacky Rosen voted against a government funding bill that would have averted a government shutdown, while funding children’s health care for six years. “Frelinghuysen, R-N.J., motion to concur in the Senate amendment to the bill with an amendment that would provide funding for federal government operations and services at current levels through Feb. 16, 2018, at an annualized rate of $1.23 trillion for federal departments and agencies covered by the 12 unfinished fiscal 2018 spending bills, of which an annualized rate of $621.5 billion would be designated for defense and an annualized rate of $511 billion for nondefense discretionary spending. The measure would fund the state Children’s Health and Insurance Programs at $21.5 billion annually starting in fiscal 2018 and would gradually increase the funding annually through fiscal 2023. It would suspend or delay three health-related taxes enacted as part of the 2010 health care overhaul. It would allow the ballistic missile defense funding included in the last short-term funding bill to be used for certain related intelligence activities. Additionally, it would prohibit the Government Publishing Office from providing a free printed copy of the Federal Register to any member of Congress or other U.S. government office unless a specific issue or a subscription was requested by the member or office.” (H.R. 195, CQ Vote #33: Motion agreed to 230-197: R 224-11; D 6-186, 1/18/18, Rosen Voted Nay)