Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Does Sinema Agree With Obama that"Nation-Building At Home” Means Creating Jobs in China? AZ09.

Arizona Democrat’s Party Sent Taxpayer Dollars to China Due to Their Nearly $1 Trillion Stimulus.

WASHINGTON --- Thanks to Kyrsten Sinema's party’s support for President Obama’s wasteful stimulus spending spree, China has seen new jobs and holds more of America’s debt while the economy continues to remain stagnant (Roll Call , 2/13/2009). Arizona families and small business owners have seen their taxes rise and their opportunities fall under the Obama tenure – is this what ‘nation-building at home’ looks like to Sinema?
"Obama claims his taxing, spending and borrowing priorities have been to focus on ‘nation-building at home,’” said NRCC Communications Director Paul Lindsay."However, does Kyrsten Sinema agree that creating jobs in China and letting China own more of our debt is nation building here at home? After four years of rising debt and the worst economic recovery in American history, Sinema and his party are not on the same page as Arizona voters.”

During last night’s debate, President Obama repeatedly suggested he wanted to do ‘nation-building at home’ but the last four years have proven that his policies have only hurt economic recovery:
"’After a decade of war, I think we all recognize we have to do some nation-building at home,’ Obama said more than once.” (“Who won presidential debate? Both Obama and Romney, maybe,” Christian Science Monitor, 10/23/2012)

Democrats’ failed stimulus sent money to Chinese companies to create jobs overseas:
"...it is true that foreign-owned companies have received $2.4 billion in grants to build wind farms in the U.S. Choma gives this breakdown: ...China, $2.6 million...” (Eugene Kiely, Lara Seligman, Lauren Hitt and Melissa Siegel,"Stimulus Jobs in China?,” FactCheck.org, 10/29/2010)

After Washington Democrats refused to give up their reckless spending addiction, China owes $1.15 trillion in U.S. debt. (“Major Foreign Holders of Treasury Securities,” U.S. Department of the Treasury, 10/16/2012)



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