(Video) Jeff Flake’s (Tea Party extremism) will haunt him since he did not vote in support of compassionate DREAM Act that Arizonans supportby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Oct. 05, 2012, under 2012 United states senate races, female-led political movement, Hispanic Latino Vote, Independent voter centrist moderate swing vote, Women Voters
The video demonstrates how Jeff Flake’s (Tea Party extremism) will haunt him since he did not vote in support of compassionate DREAM Act even though most Arizonans support it.
Be advised that we would have had more video of what occurred in Jeff Flakes Mesa, Arizona, office, but his staffers did not want us to take photos of video even though Congressman Flake’s office is funded by Tax Payers.
For the record, Arizonans support the DREAM Act and Flake had no compassion or mercy on our youth and children when he decided to vote against it. But for the sake of the non-human compassionate views we get from Flake….let’s set that aside and see it from a “vote your wallet” standpoint. Did you know that voting for the DREAM Act would have helped Arizona by
73% back measure allowing citizenship
Arizona Independent voters are tired of partisanship and Party politics. In fact, too many Arizonans and Americans forget too easily how career politician Jeff Flake was part of the obstructionist Tea Party group in 2011. Independent voters are raging mad at our U.S. Representatives who play the partisanship game instead of taking care of Americans first. Indeed Jeff Flake was part of the Tea Party Republican group who did not want to work on a bipartisan deal that would have affected the entire global community. Flake voted against a BIPARTISAN deal to prevent default created by our American Government. The House finally passed the bill 269 to 161, earning the support of members from both parties to win approval. While Jeff Flake was part of the obstructionist Tea Party group who refused to work in a bipartisanship fashion, a CNN poll found that the reputations of members of Congress, and Republican leadership in particular, suffered in the wake of the debt crisis talks.