Corporate Special Interests Swoop in to Save Tanking Toomey

Corporate Special Interests Swoop in to Save Tanking Toomey

Harrisburg, PA – With Pat Toomey tanking in the polls, his corporate special interests friends are swooping in to save his failing campaign. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the Club for Growth, where Pat Toomey served as the top lobbyist for Wall Street, is dumping $1 million in advertising in the race.

“Wall Street is making a terrible investment by wasting their money on Pat Toomey’s failing campaign,” said Mark Nicastre a spokesman with the Pennsylvania Democratic Party. “No amount of corporate special interest money can hide the facts: Pat Toomey wants to ship Pennsylvania jobs overseas, put Social Security in the hands of Wall Street bankers and eliminate all corporate taxes. Pat Toomey may have the backing of corporate special interests, Sarah Palin and Rick Santorum, but he’s lost the support of middle class Pennsylvanians.”

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October 25th, 2010 | Posted in Front Page Stories | 1 Comment

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