Cory Booker – An Obama Rubber Stamp

Rand Paul for Steve Lonegan
Rand Paul has endorsed Steve Lonegan for NJ U.S. Senate

“Cory Booker is willing to compromise on anything — as long as it results in personal political gain. I am running for the United States Senate to provide a voice for the people of New Jersey and protect their individual liberty.” ~ Steve Lonegan

Steve Lonegan
Steve Lonegan

METUCHEN, NJ –-(Ammoland.com)- Mayor Steve Lonegan, Republican candidate for the United States Senate, took the occasion surrounding Senator Rand Paul’s personal endorsement to point out a difference between Senator Paul and Cory Booker.

Lonegan said, “Senator Paul has been outspoken against President Obama’s spying on individuals, his foreign policy and his failure to lead our nation. I am proud to stand with Senator Paul, who continually fights to protect your individual liberty and is a staunch opponent of military intervention in Syria.”

“Cory Booker says that he wants to talk about the issues but instead of providing an opinion on President Obama’s proposed intervention in Syria, he falls back on his only true stance — he supports the President, whatever the decision.”

“Cory Booker is willing to compromise on anything — as long as it results in personal political gain. I am running for the United States Senate to provide a voice for the people of New Jersey and protect their individual liberty,” Lonegan said.

Lonegan served as Bogota Mayor for twelve years, winning three times in a town that gave Barack Obama 67.5 percent of the vote in 2012. He served for seven years as state director of Americans for Prosperity New Jersey, where he helped defeat liberal attempts to expand big government. Steve Lonegan is the conservative Republican candidate in the New Jersey special election for the United States Senate. Lonegan stands firmly on the bedrock conservative values of small government, fiscal responsibility and individual liberty.  www.loneganforsenate.com

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