Erie County Republican Party is having their Annual Summer Picnic at Waldameer park on Labor Day Monday September 5, 2011, from 1-5 pm.
For details see flyer here.
“Republican Summer Picnic”
Administration Grants 39 New Waivers Bringing Total To 1,471
Last Friday Afternoon, The Administration Released Word That It Had Granted 39 New Waivers From ObamaCare.
“The Obama administration granted 39 waivers from part of the President’s health care law last month, bringing the total to 1,471 an announcement which is prompting one Republican Senator to introduce legislation that would allow all Americans to apply for a waiver.” (Mary Bruce, “Health Care Waivers Now At 1,471,” ABC News
,” 7/15/11) Continue reading “ObamaCare Continues To Prove Itself A Failure”
Every Monday from now onwards; brown bag meetings will be held at Regency on South Shore, 322 Washington Place.
These events occur at 12 noon except for every second Monday of the month at 7 pm. Every interested Republican is invited.
For directions please see: “Regency at South Shore, 322 Washington Place”
As many consider a run for local office in the upcoming elections, here are some points that prospective candidates should answer. It is best to write down your answers to these questions rather than assuming that you have the answers “in your head” because writing forces us to organize and clarify our thoughts.
The actual questions can be viewed by emailing us through our “Contact Us” page with a correct name and email address, for a password.
This is a service of the Erie County Pennsylvania Republican Party for our candidates. We have plans to add useful information from time to time.
ROBERT J. VICKERS, The Patriot-News
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., said Friday he is engaged in “private conversations” with “several” Senate Democrats regarding his budget plan, but would not identify them.
Though U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey has no direct influence on the cloistered budget negotiations between President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner, he said Friday his ongoing push to cut and cap federal spending is affecting the high-level talks. Continue reading “U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey revamps his plan for budget if debt talks fail”
Two weeks ago Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) was one of the first signers of the “Cut, Cap, and Balance” Pledge to help reduce the out of control spending in Washington.
I pledge to urge my Senators and Member of the House of Representatives to oppose any debt limit increase unless all three of the following conditions have been met:
- Cut – Substantial cuts in spending that will reduce the deficit next year and thereafter.
- Cap – Enforceable spending caps that will put federal spending on a path to a balanced budget.
- Balance – Congressional passage of a Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution — but only if it includes both a spending limitation and a super-majority for raising taxes, in addition to balancing revenues and expenses.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
1. Sign the Pledge
2. Spread the word on Facebook and Twitter