Republican Renee Ellmers is trying to replace bad-tempered, man-handler Congressman Bob Etheridge in North Carolina's 2nd District. Etheridge has a million dollar war-chest. The Democrat party is desperate to send Etheridge back to Congress where he has, and will, continue to support their big-spending policies. Ellmers' End the Stranglehold campaign is underway. See two videos below.
Aug. 25–DUNN — Her campaign headquarters is an unfurnished, sparsely decorated brick home just blocks from downtown Dunn. Her office is dimly lit, mostly bare and features a photo of her standing with Elizabeth Dole and Laura Bush.
The health care issue is a two-fold issue for me and my husband, because we’re small business owners, and it hits us from a small business standpoint. But it also hits us from the medical side of it, which we knew would be devastating to the company and devastating to medicine here in our country — moving toward a more socialistic style of health care. And we’ve already seen some of the changes that are coming out that are not good.
I’d like to talk about jobs and the stimulus package that he voted for … all the things he’s voted for in the past year, which he’s claimed will bring us jobs. It has not done a thing … the only jobs that have been created from that stimulus package are government jobs. There have been no private sector jobs created, and our economy is in jeopardy and has not moved forward.