Hayworth Continues to Say No To the Middle Class, Workers, Seniors, and Students

Nan Hayworth and Sean Patrick Maloney have sat down to two debates in the past week, and the results have been noteworthy.

Maloney made it very clear he wants to protect Medicare, and part of what will make that possible is ensuring the wealthy pay their fair share.

It is wrong to end the guaranteed benefit of Medicare.and it's wrong to do it when we ask no sacrifices of those at the very top, Maloney said.

If our sacrifice is to get another tax cut, I think that's wrong and I think it divides America, he continued. It will not balance the budget, it'll blow a hole in the deficit, $5 trillion over the next ten years, and we will never get back to zero in terms of paying down the deficit.

Hayworth, on the other hand, has remained unwavering in her support for policies that will support the 1%. She voted for the Ryan budget, which will turn Medicare into a voucher system and force seniors to pay more than $6,000 in out-of-pocket costs.

On Monday, she said there was no circumstance under which she would be willing to raise taxes on the wealthy.She also said she does not consider people making more than $250,000 rich translation: Nan Hayworth does not think the top 2% of earners are rich.

So what to do? Come canvass with us this weekend. If you're a member of the 99%, Nan Hayworth has made it very clear: she's not interested in representing you. So make a change help get out the vote for Maloney.

Posted in Law Post Date 04/07/2015






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