Tom Udall Fails the Citizens Against Government Waste Test

 Posted:  July 20, 2014

Citizens against government waste is another non-partisan, non-profit group formed to combat the wasteful spending of the U.S. Government. As part of its Website it offers an objective rating of all legislators in Congress.

Tom Udall score a 2% on their rating scale which barely registers on the responsibility list.

What is interesting that as HOSTILE to saving money as Tom Udall is, New Mexico’s Ben Ray Lujan, Michelle Lujan Grisham and Martin Heinrich are right there with Tom Udall. They are all foreign to the idea that their votes actually cost money, the idea that government programs run up government cost, that they should be good watchers of taxpayer money.

Obviously, they don’t care because they always vote to raise the debt ceiling and have more money printed.

So, the bottom line is this:

Tom Udall does not give a damn about how much money he spends or saves and, therefore, he will always push for more taxes, and he does.

If you ran your home or business like Tom Udall runs his Washington business, you would be bankrupt. The U.S. government is bankrupt.

When Tom Udall says he is for saving money, streamlining government operations, being fiscally responsible, challenge him.

He is just doing what he does best – saying one thing and then doing another.

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