Spendthrift Republicans! Since Republican George W. Bush became President, while Republican "Mitch" McConnell was already the U.S. Senator--KY in the Republican-majority Congress, the gross federal debt has jumped from $5.8 trillion in 2001, to a 2007 estimate of $9.3 trillion--an amazing 60 percent increase. Undoubtedly, spendthrift Republican "Mitch" McConnell, as a part of the rubber-stamp Republican Congress, will vote "Yes" to spendthrift George W. Bush's big jump to a $9.3 trillion gross federal debt. Elect Kenneth Stepp your U.S. Senator, and Kenneth Stepp will vote "No" to a $9.3 trillion gross federal budget, and "No" to increasing the legal federal debt ceiling.
Anti-Education Republicans! Much of the outcry from Democratic lawmakers, concerning Republican President Bush's 2007 fiscal year budget, centered on the proposed 28 per cent cut in education. Undoubtedly, KY Republican U.S. Senator "Mitch" McConnell did vote with the rubber-stamp Republican Congress and voted "Yes" to Republican President Bush's proposed 28 per cent cut in education in the 2007 fiscal year budget. Elect Kenneth Stepp your U.S Senator, and Kenneth Stepp will vote "No" to the Republicans' proposed 28 per cent cut in education, and Kenneth Stepp will vote "No" to any cut in federal education spending.