Georgia Rep. Paul Broun Says NO! to the Paul Ryan Budget

Dr. Paul Broun (R-GA) is at it again. His latest ad in his efforts to be the next Senator from Georgia asks a very simple and important question: “Should House Republicans vote this week for a budget that spends billions we don’t have?”

Athens, GA – The Broun for Senate campaign today released the following web ad highlighting Dr. Broun’s strict opposition to the Ryan budget. The Ryan budget would increase spending by approximately 3.5% a year over ten years, continuing to grow spending beyond what we can afford. In our nation’s state of fiscal emergency, Dr. Broun refuses to spend money we don’t have. Watch the web ad, “NO, part 2” from Dr. Paul 

Watch the ad here:

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“Dr. No” is a moniker that has been bestowed upon me based on my votes in Washington. I vote “no” often because I refuse to vote for debt ceiling increases, stimulus & bailouts, or pork-laden projects that will do more harm to our economy than good.

As one of the most conservative members of Congress, I am constantly under attack for my values and beliefs. But I will never allow the Democrats, liberal media or even some Republicans to bully me into voting differently. I will always stand up for our traditional values.

Dr. Broun is an exciting candidate for office, a man who stands by what he believes and votes on principle. Can the Tea Party favorite become the next Senator from Georgia? We sure hope so.

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