New Mexico’s Radical Congressional Delegation

 Posted:  June 2, 2014

Don’t take our word for it. Read about the Congressional Progressive Caucus which has two members: Tom Udall and Ben Ray Lujan. Martin Heinrich votes from their playbook.

As KeyWiki states (see link below), “The Congressional Progressive Caucus was founded in 1991 by Bernie Sanders – the openly Socialist Congressman, the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), and the radical Washington D.C. based think tank Institute for Policy Studies. Many members of the group continue to be linked to the DSA and Communist Party U.S.A. From such beginnings the CPC has grown to more than 80 members of Congress and three in the Senate: Roland Burris, Bernie Sanders and Tom Udall.”

People are known by the company they keep and Tom Udall keeps company with some of the biggest Socialist people in Washington and Congress. Do you think they sit around the barbecue talking about private enterprise, free market capitalism, lowering taxes on both individuals and business? Do you think they talk about how to help states use their resources for the good of their citizens, state’s rights, and the right of people to keep and control the fruits of their labors?

Election time here and Tom Udall will bring out his mom and pop ads, how he is for small business, the free press, and apple pie. He will give speeches and get his rich friends to do fundraisers in Washington D.C. so they can have a say in what happens in New Mexico.

The sad thing is that many Republicans also vote for legislation that is socialist in nature, thus our escalating national debt and situations like the V.A. where the government cannot possibly keep track of all the pies it has its fingers in.

Don’t be fooled. A person is known by the company he keeps. Tom Udall is a Socialist at the minimum. The chances that he is even worse than that are very good. Just look at the company he keeps.

Would you have a beer with any of these guys?

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