Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Take a Stand, Mr. Casey

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Treasurer, Robert Casey, Jr., is challenging Sen. Rick Santorum in the upcoming November elections. Mr. Casey waited until after the Senate Judiciary committe made their decision before weighing in on Samuel Alito's nomination to the Supreme Court, exlempifying what is wrong with those that hope to portay themsleves as Moderate.

In last night's State of the Union address, President Bush made clear where he stands on a number of different issues. I wonder where Mr. Casey stands on the following:

- Where are you on the Patriot Act?
- Where are you on the terrorist surveillance program?
- Where are you on Health Savings Accounts?
- You have received thousands of dollars in contributions from trial attorneys who oppose medical liability reform. Where are you on this issue?
- You have said you would roll back President Bush's tax cuts, which would result in a massive tax increase for many Pennsylvania families. Do you still agree that raising taxes is a policy that should be pursued?
- Senate Democrats fervently applauded their failure to protect and preserve Social Security. Despite your previous silence on the issue of Social Security, have you decided where you are on this important program for Pennsylvania's seniors?"

Sen. Santorum has weighed in; what say you, Mr. Casey?

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