Conservatives and Libertarians United Against Ron Paul

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2007 Club for Growth RePORK Card gives Ron Paul a 29% rating

Posted by chip91 on August 18, 2007

The Club for Growth PAC has released its 2007 RePORK Card. The scores “reflect the percentage of YES votes on 50 anti-pork amendments”. Ron Paul received a failing grade of twenty-nine (29%). News about Ron Paul’s earmarks can be found at FOXNews.com under the heading “Ron Paul’s $400 Million Earmarks”. Click here to learn more about Ron Paul’s votes on government spending on my new page “Paul’s Pork.”

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4 Responses to “2007 Club for Growth RePORK Card gives Ron Paul a 29% rating”

  1. Yeay! A brand new subject — “Economic issues”!!! Hooray! I love new subdivisions! Keep up the good work!

  2. Dick Bush said

    We all know that club for growth is a neo-con think tank. That blubering fool who runs it is always on fox news. He is a fool just like the guy who runs this site.

  3. […] (Credit: Conservatives and Libertarians United Against Ronpaul) […]

  4. Danielle said

    When you bring abortion to the federal level, you have no chance of fighting it there. That is why Roe VS Wade must be overturned as Ron Paul has supported and that is why he does not vote on abortion at the federal level.

    That is where they try to fight it and that is where they lose and have lost. Can’t you neo-tards see that is a losing battle? And to top it off your tax dollars end up funding abortions when you fight it at the federal level?

    Overturn Roe VS Wade and get abortion to stop being a federal issue.

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