Wendy Long Exposes Gillibrand as Flip-Flopping Job Killing Partisan

Wendy Long Exposes Gillibrand as Flip-Flopping Job Killing Partisan
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Becky Miller
RMiller@NYGOP.org
518.727.1841
Albany, NY…October 17 — Today, New York GOP Chairman Ed Cox released the following statement:
“At Skidmore College this evening, Wendy Long and Kirsten Gillibrand engaged in their only debate – while Long had agreed to six separate debates, New York’s Junior Senator only agreed to one.
On taxes, Long cited Ronald Reagan’s caveat that ‘the federal government doesn’t have debt and deficits because the American people are undertaxed,’ and pledged to lower the federal tax burden for New Yorkers, already the most taxed citizens in the nation.
Gillibrand paid lipservice to the fiscal conservatism, but when pressed by Long, was unable to cite a single federal program that she would cut.
Gillibrand tried in vain to cast herself as a supporter of the Second Amendment, but was unable to explain her 180 degree flip-flop on gun control, which led the NRA to downgrade her from an “A” rating to an “F”.
Gillibrand, who has been selling baseless “War on Women” rhetoric for years, refused to accept Long’s invitation to join her in calling for the resignation of Speaker Sheldon Silver, who was caught using taxpayer money as hush payouts for female victims of rape and sexual harassment in the New York State Assembly.
Wendy Long is the only person in this race who will put the people of New York over partisan interests.”
Bazzo 10/19/12
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