Jonathan Paton attacking female politician — Ann Kirkpatrick but turns a blind eye to RomneyCareby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Feb. 11, 2012, under 2012 Presidential elections, female-led political movement, Hispanic Latino Vote
I received a forwarded e-mail from the Jonathan Paton campaign today and they are clearly attacking Ann Kirkpatrick for her ObamaCare support.
Why isn’t Republican Candidate Jonathan Paton attacking 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney for his RomneyCare views that became the launching pad for ObamaCare?
Is it health care hypocrisy? Or, does Jon enjoy beating up on female politicians?
If you haven’t figured it out yet….the National Tequila Party Movement is a female-led political movement that will call a male politician out if they are turning a blind eye to other male politicians (like Mitt Romney) with their policy hypocrisy. It is indeed the truth that Mitt Romney set up RomneyCare that fueled ObamaCare. Republicans who are supporting Romney / RomneyCare have no leg to stand on….nor can they accuse President Obama with regard to ObamaCare when they are supporting the Mitt who fueled socialized medicine and government healthcare to begin with.
If Republicans nominate Mitt Romney as the GOP nominee….it is clear cut hypocrisy and we will watch the Obama camp turn into a type of Chicago machine leaving Romney in fetal position.
P.S. In response to Paton’s silly lead from the front statement below: The Army indeed leads from the rear these days since the Air Force typically clears the area before combat really begins in a declared war zone. An air game typically begins ground combat game to decrease casualties. Perhaps it is time for Paton to re-think his strategy and ideas.
U.S. Air Force Female Veteran
From the Jonathan Paton campaign:
Ann Kirkpatrick has been using an interesting phrase to describe herself lately.
“I’m a leader.”
In the Army, we have a saying that goes, “Lead from the front, not from the rear.” It means that one should lead by example — with the courage to represent and defend one’s district and state.
Ann Kirkpatrick’s time in Congress proved that she is not a leader — she’s a rubber stamp for the Obama agenda.
Ann Kirkpatrick would rather you forget that she walked out on her constituents at a town hall when the questions got too difficult.
If Ann Kirkpatrick was a leader, she would not have voted for Obamacare,