HARRY MITCHELL MUST ACCOUNT FOR BARACK OBAMA’S BROKEN PROMISES


Wnuck

Immediate Release
Contact: Sean McMaster
(480) 319-3131 or sean@ericwnuck2010.com

Barack Obama floated into the White House on the mantra of “hope” and “change.” Desperate Americans, out of work, and witnessing the decline of their retirement savings wanted the newly elected president to succeed. Unfortunately, Barack Obama has failed to deliver on the promises he made to 300 million Americans.

Harry Mitchell, a loyal foot soldier for Nancy Pelosi and the Obama agenda, has not forcefully held the President accountable for his broken promises. Mitchell has stayed silent and passive while Barack Obama has conducted health care negotiations behind closed doors, passed a stimulus bill that has sputtered and granted terrorists the same legal rights as patriotic Americans.

This is not the “hope” and “change” the American voters were promised. This is not the kind of leadership that the people of the 5th Congressional District expect. The voters of the 5th Congressional District deserve brave leadership from their representatives in Congress.

The $787 billion stimulus package’s main goal was to put Americans back to work. In this respect it has been an abysmal failure. President Obama and Harry Mitchell would have created the same number of jobs in the past year if the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act cost a mere $787! Today, more Americans are out of work, more employers are reluctant to hire, and the economy shows no sign of improving. Barack Obama promised us the unemployment rate would never rise above 8% if the stimulus bill was passed; the unemployment rate is now over 10%.

How much higher must the unemployment rate go before Harry Mitchell admits the stimulus bill was a mistake? How many more Americans must lose their jobs before Harry Mitchell states his regret on voting for a bill that has only succeeded in saddling our children with more debt? How many more TRILLION dollar spending bills must we endure before the Democrats in Congress are held accountable?

Every day I speak with the voters of my 5th Congressional district and the message is clear. We all agree that our leaders in Washington must cut costs and create jobs, not raise taxes and build more bureaucracies.

No amount of words by Barack Obama, in his State of the Union speech, or the inaction from Harry Mitchell can undo the damage inflicted in the last year. Arizona and the 5th Congressional district deserve better. Join team Wnuck today!

To learn more about Eric Wnuck and find out how to get involved, visit http://www.ericwnuck2010.com.

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Comments

  1. is it just me or does the title sound stupid?

    You have to account for someone elses promises!

    If someone told me hey you worked in this office and to become CEO of your company this guy made all these promises and now you are accountable because he broke his promise I would laugh at them.

    I understand the attempt to link Mitchell with Obama and Pelosi and I know what he is trying to say but I think the title does a really bad job at doing it.

  2. Pleasantly Surprised says:

    It seems to me that the voters of New Jersey, Virginia and Massachusetts have held several Democrats accountable for Obama’s broken promises.

    Mitchell can’t expect to run away from Obama all year, can he? We need more hard hitting pieces like the one above! Way to go to all the CD5 candidates who are going after Harry!

  3. I thought Wnuck had dropped out of the race because his business was collapsing as fast as his campaign.

    Yeah, Harry Mitchell has a lot of explaining to do, but it’s for all of his BS votes and for backing Nancy Pelosi and voting partyline instead of voting for the district. That has got to be the dumbest press release I have ever read.

  4. Brian Davidson says:

    “President Obama and Harry Mitchell would have created the same number of jobs in the past year if the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act cost a mere $787!” hahahaha… so true

  5. With this new “jobs bill” that will add hundreds of billions of $ to the debt and not create actual private jobs, like the first stimulus package, Arizonans need to put all the pressure they can on Mitchell to send him a message. Go Eric!

  6. “No amount of words by Barack Obama, in his State of the Union speech, or the inaction from Harry Mitchell can undo the damage inflicted in the last year.” Right on Eric. I think people are finally realizing what Harry and the other stooges say is completely different from what they actually do.

  7. Actually this is a bit odd. Wnuck attacks Mitchell and Obama for deficit spending on the same day he files his FEC paperwork. And wouldn’t you know it, Wnuck has deficit spending. He raised $52k and spent $56k.

    Pot meet kettle.

  8. AZteaparty2010 says:

    “He raised $52k and spent $56k.” This means he’s spending out of his own pocket, I applaud him for financially committing to his campaign and actually putting his money where his mouth is.

  9. Me thinks says:

    I am glad we have people willing to run in this race
    to take back CD-5.
    He is obviously a fresh face and anyone who is willing to put their own money on the line is a breath of fresh air. Most candidates some of
    whom are quite well off whine for my hard earned dollars when they have not given any of their own to their campaign. Nor have they given to the party so it can fund the GOTV and PC recruitment efforts they expect to rely on for their races.
    I like this guy and having been to a couple of his town halls late last year
    he connects with small business and everyday people.

  10. Mitchell has unfortunately gone down the wrong path, abandoning his constituent’s concerns in favor of the democratic and board-line socialist agenda of Nancy Pelosi and the Obama administration. I personally applaud Eric and other conservative candidates that are advancing the will of the people and bringing representation back to representative government. The swing back to logical and efficient government is inevitable and absolutely necessary, especially in these harsh economic times. Thanks for working hard Eric.

  11. So…will Mr. Wnuck account for George W. Bush’s broken…laws?

    No, I don’t seriously expect Mr. Wnuck to answer for the crimes/misdeeds of the Bush/Cheney administration, but that’s not my point.

    This was an incredibly poorly-written press release.

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