There's no question that Eric Cantor and I have very different views of representing the 7th District. With all the misinformation that Cantor's millions have put out there about me, I think the voters deserve to know in plain and simple language what I will and won't do if they send me to Washington.
(1) I will do everything in my power to end the insanity of deficit spending and get to work on paying off the national debt. Unlike Cantor, who voted this year for a budget that increased the deficit and added $3 trillion to the national debt, I will vote for no budget that increases the deficit. I will also vote for no budget that increases taxes on the middle class or small business. Where will the money come from? Simple. One, take a scalpel to the wasteful spending that we all know exists, and two, if you are a big multi-national corporation that sends American jobs overseas and pays no taxes, look out.
(2) I will do everything in my power to stop the flow of jobs, both manufacturing and high tech, from America to foreign nations. Cantor has sat idly as 2.8 million American jobs have been relegated to the slave labor market in China. Cantor's multi-national corporate sugar daddies are benefitting from his lack of action, not the 7th District.