Friday, April 28, 2006

Webb stands with American working people

Jim Webb stands with American working people: blue collar or white collar, union or non-union.

Jim Webb understands the importance of keeping America the land of opportunity where hard work is respected and rewarded and people dare to dream of a middle class life for themselves and their children.

Jim Webb is one of us. He holds our values not elitist values.

Jim Webb has earned his way in life. He worked his way up through honest sincere effort -- not behind the scenes deal-making and insider connections.

Jim Webb understands the struggles of the middle and working classes and he sees us -- the "average Americans" as the backbone of this country -- not the smug elites who think the United States and American government exists for their benefit alone.

More than just the candidate who will fight the outsourcing of middle class American jobs, Jim Webb is the candidate fighting to keep the American Dream alive.

2 Comments:

Blogger The Richmond Democrat said...

I loved it when Jim said this:

“Some say that the train has left the station for free trade, I say that the corporations that are riding that train need to pay more for their ticket”.

“I will be the anti-outsourcing Senator”.

Fri Apr 28, 11:39:00 AM GMT-5  
Blogger Info_Tech_Guy said...

I liked those comments too.

Free trade/outsourcing isn't such a great attraction if corporations and investors aren't given every possible financial incentive to move the work offshore. The financial incentives are established in law and in law they can be altered.

Fri Apr 28, 02:31:00 PM GMT-5  

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