Kicking off a Do-Something Congress
As we kick-off the 114th Congress, our government’s problems are more clear than ever — we must quit spending more money than we take in; we must hold Washington accountable and rein in big-government policies like Obamacare and executive amnesty; and most importantly, we must refocus our efforts of growing the private sector, in order to create a more vibrant economy and more good-paying jobs.
Now that the Republican Party has control of the Senate, we have the unique opportunity to show America that we are not only the party of prosperity for every American, but that we ARE a “Do-Something” Congress ready to tackle our country’s problems head-on. With this new Congress, we have fresh start to work together and build a stronger, more prosperous nation.
Today, as I’m sworn into Congress, I renew my pledge to you and the people of the 8th District — to work tirelessly to fight Washington bureaucrats and the status quo. I remain steadfast in my fight for common-sense, conservative policies that will result in good-paying jobs that help set Tennessee’s, and America’s, economy on a long-term path to prosperity for all and fiscal sustainability for government. I remain committed to restoring the American people’s faith and trust in their government by following through on my promises and commitments.
Rest assured, I will do everything I can to uphold the trust you have placed in me to continue to fight against President Obama and his liberal, big-government policies and to get our country back on the right track. There’s much work to be done, and I am eager to hit the ground running.
Let us also remember those who can’t be home this Christmas. Especially the brave members of our armed services who sacrifice so much to defend our freedoms, here at home and on battlefields around the globe. The magnitude of their sacrifices seem even greater on a day like today, and we ask God to watch over them this holiday season, and always, as we pray for their safe return back home to their families.
May God bless you and yours on this day and in the New Year!
7 Times President Obama Said He Was Opposed To The Amnesty Executive Order He Announced Last Thursday
President Obama can pretend that he has always been in favor of the amnesty executive order that he announced last Thursday. But not only has he repeatedly said before that he opposes – he’s even admitted it’s unconstitutional.
Here are just 7 times the President said he opposed an amnesty executive order:
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Thank you to all those who served
Happy Veterans Day. Today, we honor the generations of brave men and women who have selflessly served and fought to defend our many freedoms — our veterans.
On this Veterans Day, let us give thanks to all of America’s veterans for their sacrifice and service. Let us pray for the safe return of all those who continue to serve across the globe defending our freedoms. And let us renew our sacred commitment to always remember our veterans’ service and to ensure they receive the care and support they deserve at home.
Our veterans deserve nothing less than the best. From the bottom of my heart, thank you to all who served.
We did this together!
I take great pride in representing Tennessee’s 8th Congressional District and I am truly humbled and honored with the privilege West Tennessee families have given me tonight to serve the 8th District and help lead West Tennessee for the next two years.
It’s no secret, America is at a tipping point. Now, more than ever before we must fight to for commonsense, conservative policies that will result in good-paying jobs that help restore and grow Tennessee’s, and America’s, economy. It’s the key to Tennessee’s, and America’s, future success.
Tonight, West Tennessee voters spoke clearly that they support those very ideals and they want a representative who has kept their promise to focus on the things that really matter — creating good-paying jobs, building a brighter future for our kids and grandkids, and creating security for our parents in their retirement — and we have.
I remain steadfast in my efforts to create opportunity for all, and I look forward to doing all I can for West Tennessee in Washington.
A lot at stake
It’s Election Day! All across Tennessee the polls are open until 7:00 p.m. If you didn’t vote early, we hope you get out to the polls and cast your vote for Stephen!
There is a lot at stake in this election. Tennessee has a chance to vote for conservative candidates that will move our country forward.
The choice is clear. If Tennesseans want to send more help to Harry Reid and Barack Obama, they should support liberals who will continue to rubber-stamp their liberal policies of burdensome, job-killing, big-government regulations and out-of-control spending.
But if Tennesseans want a U.S. Congressman with a solid plan to move Tennessee and this country forward, someone who will fight for Tennessee jobs and Tennessee families — they ought to support Stephen Fincher.
Your vote is critical. Make your voice heard today. Vote for Stephen Fincher before the polls close at 7:00 p.m.
Onward to Victory!
P.S. Not sure where to vote? Please click here right now to find your voting location today.
President Obama said
President Obama said, “I may not be on the ballot this year, but every single one of my policies are on the ballot.”
For eight long years, Democrats have controlled the United States Senate. Under their control they’ve passed countless burdensome, job-killing, big-government regulations like Dodd-Frank, and the President’s very own Obamacare.
I don’t know about you, but I think Obama makes an excellent case for why conservatives need to turn out and vote tomorrow. I think it’s time we turned things around this Election Day.
We need each and every conservative, West Tennessee voter at the polls. We’re closer than we’ve ever putting our country back on the right track, and every vote matters!
If you don’t know where to vote, simply click here to find your polling location. Be sure to bring your photo ID with you — a Tennessee driver’s license, Passport, military ID, or anything else on this list.
We’ll see you at the polls tomorrow!
Let’s win this!
Keep the momentum going!
This is it. We’re officially in the final week of the campaign and early voting is underway across Tennessee.
If you’ve been following the polls, you know that almost every competitive race across the country is neck and neck.
This is going to come down to voter turnout. All of our targeted, conservative voters need to show up!
We need your help to make sure big government, liberals don’t win this November.
Together, we’ll make sure conservatives show up at the polls!
Early Voting Election Alert!!
The outcome of races across the state may very well be determined over by the early voter turnout in the next few days. We all know that things come up last minute – don’t risk it. There is too much at stake this election and we can’t afford to leave anything up to chance.
Voting early as an excellent way to avoid the long lines on Election Day and ensure your vote for Stephen is counted right away.