Monday, May 15, 2006

War of Disinformation

As U.S. Rep. Joe Schwarz seems to be moving himself to the right, his campaign manager is continues to take on opponent Tim Walberg’s attacks on the congressman’s record.
Campaign Director Matt Marsden says Walberg has abandoned his pledge to run a clean campaign, which Schwarz balked at signing.
Walberg, R-Tipton, “continues to wage a war of disinformation regarding the Congressman’s position and record on the issues. The fact that he publishes these falsehoods when the truth is a matter of public record is reckless at best,” Marsden wrote in a campaign journal entry filed at 1:44 a.m. Friday, May 12.
This time, Marsden is taking on Walberg’s campaign website claim that “Schwarz has supported higher income taxes, business taxes, property taxes, gas taxes, and even suggested rescinding President Bush’s tax cuts.”


Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's no wonder that Schwarz thought Walberg's clean campaign pledge was a joke. All that guy does is throw mud and try to spin the congressman's record. For a minister of God, it seems odd that he would be so eager to spread lies and target the ignorant.

10:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can't wait for the debates. As soon as someone asks Walberg any question about the military, foreign affairs, the world economy or any other subject he's clueless on, it will be fun to watch him squirm.

Maybe he'll be wired so he can get answers fed from Club for Growth, that's his master now. He's sold his soul to them.

He's already in way over his head, he should quit with his dignity intact. He doesn't stand a chance.

6:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doesn't stand a chance? How can you say that? Joe Schwarz is 100% in favor a high taxes. Check out Walberg's website. Scwharz never passes up a chance to raise taxes. on the contrary, Walberg never misses a beat to cut spending. At least if he was our congressman, the conservative wing of the party would be a little bit closer to winning once in a while.

10:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thats odd... I just saw Joe on TV with the president who was signing a tax cutting bill the congressman supported.

I guess that must have been a different Joe Schwarz from Michigan. Of course he loves taxes. My bad.

10:35 AM  

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