Open Letter to Congressman Peter DeFazio

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The letter below is the full text that was sent to the Democratic incumbent by his challenger, Art Robinson. I am supporting Dr. Robinson (PhD) because everything he stands for demonstrates integrity, honesty, and his knowledge and pledge to limit federal government to those powers delegated to it by We the People in the Constitution. July, 18, […]

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Unwavering – Openness – Clarity – Transparency

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“So will there be some [programs] that get eliminated or combined?  The answer is yes, but I’m not going to give you a list right now.”— Mitt Romney “I actually have a[n immigration] plan in mind, I haven’t unveiled it. ”— Mitt Romney “Because Gov. Romney has not specified how he would increase the tax […]

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Eliminate Newt Gingrich

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There is no denying that Newt Gingrich is articulate and well read, and that he is a formidable debate opponent. A Lincoln-Douglas debate would certainly be an advantage for the former Speaker of the House. With no teleprompter to aid him, Obama would not stand a chance in a head-to-head match with the Newt. That […]

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The wrong road to reducing emissions

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by Peter DeFazio, guest opinion Monday January 26, 2009, 6:00 PM Peter DeFazio Deregulation brought a meltdown in our electricity markets with market manipulation, profiteering and higher costs to consumers without benefits. Remember Enron? Deregulation was also a major contributor to the recent Wall Street-led financial crisis. Now powerful forces in Washington, D.C., and Salem […]

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