To The Daily Sun,
Jim Rubens will get my vote in the September Republican primary election for the U.S. Senate. Rubens' positions on key issues promote prosperity and security for Americans, and protection of our constitutional rights.
Rubens is for secure borders, enforcement of our immigration laws, and the end of sanctuary cities that allow illegal alien criminals to escape federal prosecution and/or deportation. He wants an immigration policy and enforcement that benefits Americans, not one that benefits foreigners at the expense of Americans.
Rubens wants a thorough review of our national budget to end using federal spending to buy political support and other wasteful spending and return to a responsible balanced budget. He believes passing the burden of our huge national debt to future generations is irresponsible and immoral.
Rubens believes in constitutionally limited government; and that changes to our Constitution must be made through the amendment process, not by five unelected Supreme Court justices. Thus, he supports all our constitutional rights, including our Second Amendment rights.
Rubens opposes the Trans-Pacific Partnership which will cost American jobs and depress wages, and which subjects American citizens, businesses, and our government to international control, threatening our freedoms and prosperity.
Rubens believes our national government has grown corrupt, wasteful, incompetent, overly intrusive, arrogant, and far beyond its constitutional limitations. Many inappropriately exercised functions, like education, must be returned to the states, local communities, and to the people. Veterans should be able to pick their doctors and hospitals rather than being stuck in the insensitive and self-serving VA system.
In her re-election campaign, Senator Ayotte talks about representing New Hampshire values in Washington, but her recent voting record doesn't support her talk. In Ayotte's first year in office she did represent New Hampshire values, her voting record and Senator Shaheen's were usually opposite. But Ayotte's representation of our values steadily declined, last year Ayotte voted like Senator Shaheen about two-thirds of the time on key issues. Some of Ayotte's votes against the interests of New Hampshire citizens include for the gang of eight amnesty bill, for increased visas and immigration, for irresponsible spending and increased national debt, for Washington control of education, local zoning, and detention of Americans without due process; increased government regulations, etc.
I was hopeful after Senator Ayotte's first year, but she has become "Washingtonized" like Senator Shaheen and so many others.
Jim Rubens offers a more faithful representation of New Hampshire values. Please join me in voting for Jim Rubens for U.S. Senate in the September Primary Election.
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