Oh, Jesus. This just in from the Martin campaign:
Were 25 days away from the December 2 runoff, and we at Jim Martin for Senate will be serving up a helpful heaping of failed Saxby Economics every day until then. Enjoy! Georgia sure hasnt.
After the jump, view today's delicious dish!
Day 25: Today, the Labor Department reported that 240,000 Americans lost their jobs in October, and the jobless rate rose to 6.5 percent from 6.1 percent in September, the highest rate of unemployment since March 1994. But Saxby Chambliss supported giving billions in tax breaks to companies that ship jobs overseas. Saxby Economics ships our jobs overseas, threatens the middle class, and is wrong for Georgia.
Chambliss Protected Tax Cuts for Companies That Outsource Jobs. Chambliss supported $39 billion in tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. In 2004, Chambliss voted against an amendment that would have struck $39 billion in tax breaks on overseas income. The amendment would have provided for an immediate 9 percent tax deduction for domestic manufacturers. [Vote 90, 5/11/04]
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