David McIntosh


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Revenue neutrality should not be the focus. We should not merely shift the tax burden around to keep the same amount of tax dollars flowing in to the federal government.feedback
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He heard our concerns, our very serious concerns with the House draft bill. I'm encouraged that the president indicated they're pushing to make changes in the bill.feedback

Republicans should be offering a full and immediate repeal of Obamacare's taxes, regulations, and mandates, an end to the Medicaid expansion, and inclusion of free-market reforms, like interstate competition.feedback

If this warmed-over substitute for government-run health care remains unchanged, the Club for Growth will key vote against it.feedback

The president-elect is spot on when he calls for cutting taxes and federal regulations, but 35-percent tariffs would be devastating to consumers and businesses.feedback

He's playing them for chumps. They'll believe anything he says, when in fact the record shows he's done just the opposite. He believes just the opposite.feedback

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