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Mark Critz: Teaching Liberals How to Sound Like Republicans.

June 11, 2010

Rep. Mark Critz (D,PA-12)

I did not know that the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette was so desperate for money, but the advertisement fluff-piece article written by Daniel Malloy in Friday’s edition did offer insight into how the Democrats plan to use Mark Critz (D,PA-12) this fall.

The Democrats need Mark Critz to teach them how to sound like Republicans.

Democrats are eager to tout him as a model for how to keep control of the House in a year that seems to be trending Republican.
In deference to her close relationship with John Murtha, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D, CA) has taken PA-12’s Mark Critz under her wing.

Within days of Mr. Critz’s swearing in, he appeared on a news media conference call with Democratic leaders to talk about their job creation agenda.

The Obama White House has gotten involved as well.

He was invited to a reception at the White House. He was given a couple of plum committee assignments — Armed Services and Small Business.

And we all know what it means when the White House offers a politician a job.

The theme for Democrats in 2010 was summed up best by Rep. Mike Doyle, (D,PA-14), Critz’s liberal counterpart in Western Pennsylvania.

“Mr. Critz’s constant emphasis on jobs and economic development in the district brought his success.”

While Republicans are are talking about how evil Nancy Pelosi is, the Democrats will be talking about jobs.

While the Republicans are talking about Healthcare Repeal, the Democrats will be talking about jobs.

While the Republicans are talking about the Socialist policies of our government and our President, the Democrats will be talking about jobs.

While Republicans are talking about how the President totally screwed up the BP Oil Spill, the Democrats will be talking about jobs.

While the Republicans are rattling off their list of grievances with this Administration and this Congress, the Democrats are going to be talking to the American people about jobs.

Who would you vote for?

To paraphrase President Reagan, “I ain’t never got a job from a Healthcare Repeal Proposal.”

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