Mike Fitzpatrick is loathed by Credo because he wants America to produce more of its own energy. He supports lifting the ban on new offshore drilling and the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline that would carry energy from Alberta to multiple points in the U.S.
Dan Lungren is being targeted because he “was Tea Party before there was a Tea Party,” said Bond. “He’s California’s Rick Santorum. He led Youth for Nixon in California back in the day and he’s still in Congress and he’s vulnerable.”
Credo is incensed that when the Obama administration shirked its duties by refusing to defend the Defense of Marriage Act that Bill Clinton signed into law, Lungren voted to spend a whole $1.5 million in tax dollars to defend the law, which Credo labels “discriminatory.” Credo doesn’t have a problem, however, with the trillions and trillions of dollars the Obama administration has blown on expanded welfare programs, union payoffs, and regulations aimed at strangling American businesses.
Credo is going after Chip Cravaack because he wants the federal government to balance its budget and thinks manmade global warming is a hoax. Cravaack’s opposition to taxpayer funding of abortion provider Planned Parenthood infuriates Bond. “This is a guy who’s voted against women,” she said.
Guinta is under fire by Credo because he has said that Obama is trying “to take socialism and the European style of government and bring it to our country.”
In Bond’s view all of these targeted Tea Party Republicans can be beaten.
“We can get them out of Congress but they’re going to be supported by a wave of big money donations from Citizens United-enabled super PACs, from the Koch brothers, from [GOP donor] Sheldon Adelson, from all of this big conservative money, and so we have to figure out how we’re going to counter that money and we believe that’s going to be with people.”
“They have big money and they’re going to spend it on negative television advertising and we know volunteer neighbor to neighbor contacts are much more valuable than negative television advertisements,” said Bond.
“We’re going to have a thousand volunteers in every district. This isn’t a plan. This is happening right now.”
You’ve been warned.
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