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Every Halloween there are plenty of scary things around every corner. What I am scared most about is not ghost, ghouls, or goblins but having Steve Pearce be my Congressman for another two years.

Throughout his career in Congress he has constantly tricked the families of Southern New Mexico while giving the Tea Party plenty of treats.

Trick for Middle Class Families – voting over 40 times to defund Obamacare and leaving thousands of citizens left without quality health insurance.

Treat for the Tea Party – a nay vote to reopen the government and keep the 21,000 federal employees in his district furloughed.

Trick for Middle Class Families – while a Democratic Majority and President Obama tried to rein in the reckless practices of Wall Street, Pearce calls these reforms “burdens”

Treat for the Tea Party – when asked if Congress should investigate President Obama’s eligibility to serve he said “you bet!”

Trick for Middle Class Families – during the federal lockout while, Pearce was collecting his salary, told furloughed employees to “go get a loan.”

After a decade in Washington Steve Pearce has done nothing but trick his constituents while doling out treats to the Tea Party.

I am Leslie Endean-Singh and I am a Progressive Democrat who is ready to take on Steve Pearce and his Tea Party buddies. Take a moment to like me on Facebook and I will promise you some excellent treats and progressive values as this campaign moves forward.

Happy Halloween!

Leslie Endean-Singh
Candidate for Congress (NM-2)

Originally posted to Leslie EndeanSingh for Congress on Thu Oct 31, 2013 at 10:15 AM PDT.

Also republished by New Mexico Kossaks.

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