Delaware

If he is running, Senator Tom Carper has an opponent

And it’s Republican Chuck Boyce.   The Middletown resident describes himself as an entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is also the chief publisher of the Newark-based Authority Media Group and is the founder of the Brandywine Executive Center.

In a LinkedIn post, he says the following:

We are truly blessed to live in a land of opportunity. Those we’ve elected simply refuse to make the rational choices and to do right by their constituents.

We simply cannot afford our current, out of control spending. We are digging a deep hole that future generations may never escape. This burden of debt is not the legacy I plan to leave for my daughter. We must accept the Delaware Way is unsustainable.

While our current elected officials are distracted with party politics, we have an obligation to protect those most at risk and provide opportunities for all Americans to thrive. We must continue to reward the risk takers, and provide not just a safety net that entangles families within the system, but instead a springboard that rebounds them toward success.

Out of control spending?  Change the safety net so that it springboards those trapped in it towards success?  LOL.   So he wants to end Social Security and Medicaire and the Affordable Care Act so citizens can springboard to success, all the while, I am sure, cutting taxes for the rich and increasing military spending.

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1 comment on “If he is running, Senator Tom Carper has an opponent

  1. So wonder if he would vote against the 45 budget that would spend ohsomuch more on the DOD? Or vote against all of the corporate subsidies that our taxes pay for? Because that is where the out of control comes from. But this is choice:

    While our current elected officials are distracted with party politics {the same party politics, I, Chuck Boyce, will be playing if I can get to DC!), we have an obligation to protect those most at risk {drug test them, make them work and be sure to demonize them at every step} and provide opportunities for all Americans to thrive {but only the people we think are Real Americans, and we will still treat our poor and working class voters with contempt}. We must continue to reward the risk takers{because it is the risk takers who need government money — it is how we help them make bigger profits}, and provide not just a safety net that entangles families within the system {not that any families are tangles in the safety net now, but since my target voter does not know that, why not work this stereotype?}, but instead a springboard that rebounds them toward success {make people who get federal funds work — excepting the risk takers who just need to take the risks}.

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