Friday, October 4, 2013

Michael Q. Sullivan Responds to Wendy Davis Announcing to run for Texas Governor

Good afternoon! 

Wanted to make sure you saw the press statement we issued a few minutes ago. 

-mq

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Michael Quinn Sullivan
EmpowerTexans.com
1836Campaign.com
Direct: 512-850-4336 

Begin forwarded message:

From: "Morgan Williamson (TFR press)" <press@empowertexans.com
Subject: Statement on Wendy Davis candidacy
Date: October 3, 2013 15:28:27 CDT
To:
Texans for Fiscal Responsibility (logo) Texans for Fiscal Responsibility
EmpowerTexans.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 3, 2013
CONTACT: Morgan Williamson
(512) 693-9553
mwilliamson@empowertexans.com
or press@empowertexans.com


AUSTIN, Texas – As State Sen. Wendy Davis enters the 2014 gubernatorial race, the president of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility – Michael Quinn Sullivan – offered the following statement.
“On issue after issue, Wendy Davis has styled herself as a politician eager to please a narrow band of entrenched, liberal special interests. Her policy positions would put the state on a spending spree the likes of which we have never seen. Sen. Davis has refused to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge, thereby putting the best economic interests of Texans behind bloated bureaucracies eager for more power and money.

“As an avid proponent of ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion, Wendy Davis has established herself as someone willing to turn the Lone Star State into Texafornia.

“Wendy Davis wants to turn Texas blue by way of a sea of red-ink and a flood of high taxes.

“Finally, Davis’ professional interests have clearly been designed over the years to profit from the positions of public trust she has held. Whether illegal, unethical or just wrong, Texans are not well-served by an officeholder who stretches past breaking the relationship between their public life and private income.”

 
(A website dedicated to the questions about Wendy Davis’ ethical choices, www.WendyDavis.org, provides additional information.)

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