Dean Heller sounds like another Romney, telling voters what they want to hear not the truth

If You’re Still In Doubt, Here is His Record

by James Turnage:

Dean Heller claims he is concerned about the middle class. Here is his actual stand on the issues. You decide.

In 2006 Heller told the Las Vegas Review-Journal, “I’m a Mormon, but I support a woman’s right to choose abortion”. However, since he was elected to federal office, he has always been pro-life.

He supports the development of oil, coal, and natural gas, but opposes tax credits for research and development of renewable energy.

He opposed bailing out both the banks and the auto industry, saying “this is nothing more than a band aid and won’t fix the greater financial problems of the country”.

In 2007 he voted against the “Employment Non-Discrimination Act”, that would have prevented employment discrimination based on sexual orientation. He also opposes extending civil marriage rights to same sex couples.

He voted against the Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007.

Before running for office, he was a broker on the Pacific Stock Exchange.

If it sounds like he is another Romney, telling voters what they want to hear and not the truth, I think you might be right.

One Response to "Dean Heller sounds like another Romney, telling voters what they want to hear not the truth"

  1. iSocialTiger (@iSocialTiger)   November 5, 2012 at 11:08 pm

    James! Would now be a bad time to point out you’ve just listed a whole slew of excellent reasons for a Conservative to vote Dean Heller?

    Reply

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