I voted in support of the American Security Against Foreign Enemies Act because I care about keeping Americans safe by keeping terrorists out of our country. — Tom Reed
Tom Reed may care more about embarrassing our President and our country by refusing to help Syrian war refugees than he cares about terrorism. He seems mighty unconcerned about the many loopholes in firearms regulations.
Tom Reed announced his opposition to the Obama administration’s Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Agreement.
“I care about protecting American jobs and workers,” said Reed. “This agreement leaves too many questions about the way forward and has been rushed in order to advance President Obama’s legacy, rather than being thoroughly hashed out to ensure America has a fair trade platform upon which to make it here to sell it there. Creating such a far reaching trade agreement without properly addressing all the details just isn’t right.”
Tom Reed cares most to protect us from possibly advancing President Obama’s legacy evidently.
U.S. Rep. Tom Reed said Monday he is pushing for Congress to pass a spending plan prior to Dec. 11 to keep the government working through next year. I care about making real progress in Washington for the sake of seniors, veterans and working families from around our region, Reed said.
By passing a common sense spending plan, we are protecting them (seniors, veterans and working families) and the hard‑working taxpayer. It’s only fair that we work together to get this plan signed into law and keep our economy moving forward without the pitfalls of Washington politics, Reed said.
Sure, taxpayers want the government to be funded; the only thing threatening that is GOP wackos. The “pitfalls of Washington politics” are most often due to dissension in Reed’s party.
I voted in support of the North American Energy Security and Infrastructure Act because I care about securing our energy future and ending our dependence on Middle Eastern crude oil.–Tom Reed
The bill is H. R. 3301. It is a bad bill–political theater. It has little to do with “securing our energy future” and much to do with GOP power struggles. President Obama has promised a veto. Congress wastes our time with such stuff.
Tom Reed continued the fight for jobs when the House reauthorized the charter for the Export-Import Bank. “I care about ensuring we have quality, family-sustaining jobs throughout our region.–Tom Reed.
There is little reason to think that reauthorizing the Export Import Bank, however desirable, ensures enough quality, family sustaining jobs here or anywhere.