Sestak tries to frighten PA seniors

| October 18, 2010

I get Pennsylvania TV here in West Virginia so when I saw this ad last night, I was a little pissed that Sestak thinks so little of his constituents that he’d run this blatant lie to deceive PA seniors with his fear mongering;

First of all notice, all of the people in the ad are probably on Social Security – they wouldn’t be affected by new social security reform. They’re already receiving payments – which by the way, haven’t kept up with inflation since George Bush left office.

From the Scranton Times-Tribune;

Under Mr. Toomey’s proposal, the government would guarantee the Social Security benefits of people currently at or approaching retirement age.

“Any change for those folks would be outrageous and unreasonable. Those people who have worked a lifetime paying into a system with a promised set of benefits need to get what they were promised,” Mr. Toomey said.

On The Issues, tells the truth about Toomey and his record on Social Security; He’s voted to lower taxes on Social Security (since Democrats raised taxes on Social Security in 1993 from 50% taxable payments to 80%). Toomey voted to create personal retirement accounts within Social Security which were completely voluntary.

I’m stunned and shocked that a Vote Vets candidate like Sestak would lie. Well, no I’m not…I expect it.

Category: Liberals suck, VoteVets

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  1. USMC Steve says:

    Yes, but the problem with old people as a rule is that it will work, because they are easily panicked. This has been shown in the past as well, particularly over social security scares. You would think they would be pissed in the extreme over two straight years of no cost of living adjustments, while the Mulatto in chief spends trillions of dollars on leftist bullshit. Apparently not though.

  2. UpNorth says:

    Straight from the democrap playbook. Mark Schauer is running, basically, the same ad against Tim Walberg. Different people, but it says the same thing.

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