Roger Wicker- not the Senator Mississippi needs

Wicker - where is he on the issues?

Iraq: still supporting the spending of $12 billion per month in Iraq.

Social Security: Still supports risking your retirement savings on Wall Street.

Jobs: Supports tax breaks for companies shipping jobs overseas.

Voting: voted with Bush almost 90% of the time.

Mississippi deserves better, much better.

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Progressive Democrat Newletter Issue 187

Obama's ahead, but this week I focus, more than anything, on what you can do from home to win for Obama and win Senate and House seats. I also have many candidates highlighted in some 20 states as well as groups and events worth you attention.

Readership is up, particularly in states like Georgia and Colorado.

Newsletter below. Hope it is helpful!

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Progressive Democrat Newsletter Issue 186

This was the moment that John McCain sealed not just his fate, but the fate of the Republican Party this year. There will be no comeback in 2008:

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Progressive Democrat Issue 185

I am going to begin with a blog entry by someone new to blogging but very experienced in life. Helen is an 82 year old grandmother who has started blogging...and she is saying what we are all thinking about Sarah Palin:

Who can turn the world on with her smile?
Who can take a nothing day and suddenly make it all seem worthwhile?

Well it's NOT you girl...

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Roger Wicker - not telling the truth about giving himself pay increases

Roger Wicker has a money problem - involving his own pay. He has said that he has never voted for a pay increase, but the facts are not on his side.

The fact is, he has voted for increases his own pay multiple times, even supporting a guaranteed cost of living adjustment to insure his pay kept up with inflation. The number of times he voted for increases is NINE times.

Wouldn't that be nice if we could all have cost of living adjustments built into our salaries?

Wouldn't it be nice if we had a representative in Congress that not only told the truth about their pay, but took the needs of the constituents ahead of voting themselves pay increases?

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