Saturday, August 29, 2015

Sestak: Toomey Offers Same Failed R Policies

Democrat Joe Sestak's Senate campaign answers Republican Pat Toomey's national radio address with a web video that says the GOP dug the economic hole with bad policies Toomey wants to continue.

Sestak: Toomey Offers Same Failed R Policies

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Not long after Republican Senate candidate Pat Toomey gave his party's weekly radio address blaming Democratic overspending for fiscal and economic problems, Democrat Joe Sestak fired back with a web video. Republicans dug the hole with trickle-down voodo, and Toomey wants to continue digging, Sestak says.

Watch it here:

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