The National Republican Senatorial Committee launched a mock app store website as part of strategy to target incumbent Democrats in the U.S. Senate, as well as, other open seats. Each candidate has its own page with reviews.
Here’s what they write about Congressman Bruce Braley (D-IA) who is running for Iowa’s open U.S. Senate seat in 2014.
Looking for the best way to file a frivolous lawsuit? Want to get rich quick off someone else’s misfortune? Perhaps chase an ambulance or two? Well, the Bruce Braley DAPP is just what you’ve been looking for! Braley, an unknown trial lawyer, has been a reliable Pelosi vote and would be a reliable vote for Harry Reid’s agenda in the U.S. Senate. How do we know? He’s voted with his fellow Democrats over 90% of the time, including against a Balanced Budget Amendment, for President Obama’s wasteful stimulus, and for Obamacare. Bruce Braley is just too partisan for most Iowans (Congressional Quarterly, www.cq.com, Accessed 8/12/13; CQ Vote #858, 11/18/11; CQ Vote #70, 2/13/09; CQ Vote #165, 3/21/10).
The Braley DAPP consistently gets rave reviews from those who value putting party ahead of people and those who want to kill tort reform and make sure trial lawyers continue reaping windfall profits. If keeping health care costs sky high and wages low are your idea of awesome, the Bruce Braley DAPP is just what you’re looking for!
Proudly Supporting ObamaCare
Braley Voted For ObamaCare, Which Will Raise The Average Cost of Individual Insurance In Iowa 10%. (CQ Vote #165, 3/21/10; “Cost Of The Future Newly Insured Under The Affordable Care Act (ACA),” Society Of Actuaries, March 2013)
Proudly Supporting the War on American Energy
Braley Voted Against The Keystone Pipeline Despite Acknowledging It Would “Create Thousands Of Jobs In Iowa And The Midwest And Reduce Our Dependence On Middle Eastern Oil.” (CQ Vote #179, 5/22/13; Rep. Bruce Braley, “Rep. Braley Votes For 90 Day Transportation Bill Extension That Expedites Keystone XL Pipeline,” Press Release, 4/18/12)
I love the “screenshot” pictures they have up.
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