I received what I can only assume is a mass email from John Tester, calling for help to raise 5000 dollars to fight the tea party. While I am not a member of the tea party, I would help them before I would lift a finger for this fool in the senate.
Budget negotiations are ongoing in Washington, D.C. And many Montanans are asking: When will we have a real budget?
Montanans don’t want a Congress that stumbles from one made-up crisis to the next. The partisanship in Washington is getting in the way of doing what’s best for Montanans. We can’t go on like this.
I’ve got a lot of work on my hands. And I need to know that you’re fighting beside me. In November, we need to raise $5,000 to keep up our efforts. Can you give $5 or more today?
Everytime Tea Partiers in Washington create another financial crisis, Montana families catch the flack.
We’re tired of it. There’s no reason for it. Micheal — I’m doing all I can to get a budget that cuts wasteful programs, applies some common sense discipline to our spending, and reduces our deficit.
But as always, we’re stronger when we all work together. I need you to do your part, too.
I will continue to work for the budget Montana families need out of Washington.
Thank you for your support.
I cannot believe this clown. The budget crisis is not made up, the tea party did not start it. The only thing he got right in this whole message was that “The partisanship in Washington is getting in the way of doing what’s best for Montanans.” Tester is the most partisan politician I have heard of, on par with the mighty Obama himself. This man does not hear Americans, does not care about what we care about, and is never willing to negotiate with republicans, or the House on issues of great importance.