Renee Ellmers: Three Years Later

Read the comments on YouTube concerning this video.

Consider the following quote from Renee Ellmers in the New York Times:

“There is just a lot of mistrust Americans have for ‘those people in Washington,’ ” she said, adding with a laugh, “and now I am one of those people in Washington.”

She certainly is correct on becoming one of those people. Renee Ellmers rejected limits on NSA data collection, did not support our state’s marriage amendment and voted for the NDAA. She has no town halls, retaliated against a private citizen concerned with Sharia Law and continually votes to raise the debt ceiling.

From 2011:

The following interview of Renee Ellmers on The Morning Rush (106.1 FM in Raleigh) took place after the debt legislation was passed. Carmen Connors respectfully voiced her frustration concerning Mrs. Ellmers’ disregard of her constituents’ views in Washington.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzauNx5jbJU

It did not take Renee very long to succumb to the allure of power in Washington and forget whom she represents. Mrs. Ellmers cancelled her appearance on August 9 at the last minute to answer questions at the Moccasin Creek Minutemen monthly meeting. This tactic of cancelling even after verifying the appointment is becoming her trademark.

If Renee is not Tea Partied in the primary, the 2nd District will be represented by the Democrat Party in the 113th Congress.

I will stand by my prediction above concerning the next election: her district will go Democrat. Based on her record, that will be one less domestic enemy in Congress.

David DeGerolamo

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fed up
fed up
7 years ago

Just another lying politician that craves power and money over the will of the people that they swore to uphold.