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Press Office of the Republican National Committee

For a record of advertisements, speeches, governmental activity, and more, this is the official Press Office of the Republican National Committee

Christopher Drake

Republican, NY-2

Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Former Chief Administrator - Rounds 4 & 5, Evil Arch-Conservative, Frequent Republican Player

 

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Press Office of the Republican National Committee

Official Press Release

While some claim that the majority is being played by Senate Minority Leader Powell, it is actually the other way around. Democratic urges to pass radical left-wing legislation have been curbed by the GOP majority, who work in a bipartisan way to get solutions going for Americans of all stripes: Democrat, Republican, or Independent. Under the leadership of Senate Majority Leader Kyle Fitzgerald (R-TX), the Senate has: 

-Passed comprehensive campaign finance reform, desired by people across the political spectrum who distrust the Washington establishment.

-Passed the Permanent Authorization of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Act, which ensures coverage for the heroes of September 11th. Authored by New York Democrat Calvin Ward and amended by Utah Republican Adam Benson, this legislation was refined and passed quickly to the President's desk for his signature.

-Passed legislation that will protect American manufacturing and stand up to China

-Passed legislation that is critical to healing the damage caused by the Opioid Epidemic: the Naloxone Accessibility Act, authored by Senate Majority Leader Fitzgerald himself. 

-Passed, through bipartisan compromise, several bills that are common sense: such as the ENOUGH Act and the Survivors Bill of Rights Act. 

-Passed bills honoring and protecting our veterans.

Currently, the Senate is debating bills that would secure our ports, secure our communities, address the opioid crisis further, and keep taxpayer funds from going to abortions. You don't get this kind of compromise, leadership, and results from a Democratic majority. With a Republican majority, you get compromise, security, economic freedom, and meaningful reform.

Christopher Drake

Republican, NY-2

Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Former Chief Administrator - Rounds 4 & 5, Evil Arch-Conservative, Frequent Republican Player

 

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Press Office of the Republican National Committee

Official Press Release

This is an important year for America. Every four years we come together as a nation to vote on our new leaders in Congress and in the White House. Thus, it is important for voters to know what the Republican Party stands for when they go to the ballot this November. While many provide disparaging, distorted comments as to the aims and platform of the Republican Party, here is what the Republicans are really about: 

Secure Borders: 

For years now, our immigration system has been broken. With disastrous policies like catch and release that leave our border insecure, the cartels have grown in power and American communities continue to be endangered by crime and drugs. Wages are going down as unskilled labor comes across the border in droves. Our systems for dealing with these migrants, including our courts and detention centers, are out of date and underfunded. This needs to change. Our immigration system needs to be updated and reformed, and our borders must be made secure once more. Republicans have already begun this push in the Senate, with laws like the RAISE Act, the Secure Citizenship Act, and the Justice for Victims of Sanctuary Cities Act. Unfortunately, we have received little Democratic cooperation. 

Safe Communities: 

The Republican Party supports our law enforcement, who keep our communities safe and secure. That's why Republicans have introduced legislation that supports law enforcement in their struggles with mental health, and we will continue to fight for better training and support in future Congresses. 

Economic Prosperity and Ease of Doing Business: 

For eight years, Americans have toiled under an anemic economy just barely recovering from the Great Recession. President Obama and the Democratic Party have chained the economy under a burdensome regulatory regime and a over-fondness for taxes. Even as they proclaim their support for the American worker, Democrats have failed to demonstrate leadership in standing up to China and securing low-skill earners from illegal immigration. Meanwhile, the Republican-controlled Senate has taken the initiative in both of these categories, and we plan to do much more should the American people choose us to serve in the White House for the next term. 

First, we must unleash the economy by repealing harmful regulation introduced during the both Obama Administration and other administrations. There are many thousands of regulations that keep our businesses tied up in red tape and legalese, presenting costs both monetary and otherwise. What time, capital, and labor that could be spent on expansion and investment is spent on legal acrobatics by big corporations and stiff compliance by small businesses. Such a regulatory state isn't just, and as much as liberals claim that these regulations help small businesses, they really give the large corporations with more resources (monetary, legal, and otherwise) a competitive edge. Repealing harmful regulations allows more money to be spent on expansion, raises, and employment, while also reducing enforcement costs of the government. 

Similarly, Republicans stand for eliminating various taxes (such as the death tax) and simplifying the tax code. This will also reduce compliance cost, increase fairness, and stimulate the economy by allowing our hard working citizens to keep their own money.

Bipartisan Governance: 

Despite what Democratic partisans claim, the Republican Majorities in Congress have worked well with our our more liberal colleagues to pass common-sense legislation aimed at combating the opioid epidemic, controlling Washington corruption and draining the swamp, and honoring our veterans, among other things. To Republicans, a good bill is a good bill, no matter the author, and we aren't afraid to pass legislation authored by the Democrats if it is truly good, bipartisan legislation that is good for America. To Democrats, however, a simple amendment made by a Republican sparks hysterics on the Senate Floor and fits of rage. For them, unfortunately, there is no debate that can be good faith, no conversation about even the simplest of amendments. As the majority, the Republican Party has blunted this behavior and the Democrats' radical left-wing agenda and produced bipartisan compromise. 

Limited, Accountable Government: 

As in the past, the Republican Party will continue to stand for accountable and limited government. This means a "no" to earmarks, a responsible look at the budget, elimination of big government waste, and a promise to avoid infringing on states' rights to determine their own policy, including on minimum wage. 

So, if you want government held to account, if you want a better economy, if you want safe communities, vote Republican this November. If you don't want open borders, economic stagnation, big government, and mountains of regulation, vote Republican. If you want real leadership with common-sense compromise, vote Republican.

Christopher Drake

Republican, NY-2

Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Former Chief Administrator - Rounds 4 & 5, Evil Arch-Conservative, Frequent Republican Player

 

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Press Office of the Republican National Committee

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While the Democratic Party largely has hypothetical plans and results to tout, the Republican Party has several accomplishments that show their record in governing the nation. What has the GOP Congressional majority done? 

-Passed policy that will protect American jobs. The GOP-led Senate passed the Promoting More American Manufacturing Jobs Act, which clarifies certain rules in our tax code in order to promote the growth of American manufacturing. America's manufacturing sector has been hit hard by recent decades, leaving many middle class Americans out of good-paying, quality jobs. This law, introduced by Senator Perry Driscoll (R-NV), and co-sponsored by Senators Madison (R-MO) and Flair (R-FL), is a good step in addressing that. The bill was signed into law by President Barack Obama, a testament to the Republicans' ability to work across partisan lines to promote good policy for the American people. 

-Passed policy that will help alleviate Americans of their opioid epidemic woes. Former Senate Majority Leader Kyle Fitzgerald (R-TX) introduced the Naloxone Accessibility Act, which increases the availability of naloxone, more commonly known as Narcan. This drug counteracts the symptoms of an overdose, but often emergency services will need to administer multiple doses to people suffering an overdose. Increasing access to Narcan will save countless lives and put our nation on the road to recovery. This bill was also signed by the President. 

-Passed legislation that helps our service members. The Republican Majority sponsored and passed the Servicemember Retirement Improvement Act, which amends the Internal Revenue Code to allow members of the Ready Reserve of a reserve component of the Armed Forces to make the maximum allowable contribution to their Thrift Savings Plans without limiting the amount such members may contribute to a retirement plan based upon other employment. The bill also doubles the maximum allowable contribution amount to the Thrift Savings Plans of federal employees in the Ready Reserve. This will make retirement and saving much easier for the great men and women who served our nation. 

-Began the process of draining the DC "Swamp". Under the leadership of former Senate Majority Leader Kyle Fitzgerald (R-TX) , the Senate passed the Lobbying and Campaign Finance Reform Act. For years, Washington, D.C., legislators have turned a blind eye to the American people in favor of the rich and powerful. The Republican Party set forth this Congress to begin draining the swamp of corrupt bad actors and elites in Washington. This bill, signed into law by Barack Obama, sets us on that course by shutting the revolving door and controlling corrupt cash flow in the capital, among other things. 

-Responded to the brutal murders of Americans in Kansas, Missouri, and elsewhere by illegal immigrants. Our nation's immigration system is broken and has been for many years. While skilled, hard-working people are caught in a crowded processing system with too few resources, dangerous, unmonitored border crossings are rampant. Criminals are deported, but they just come back across and evade law enforcement for years to come. People like this have been responsible for many bad things, like the murder of Kate Steinle in 2015 and the senseless killing spree we saw earlier this year in Kansas and Missouri. Senate Republicans responded to this effectively, introducing and passing Kate's Law. Kate's Law increases penalties for re-crossing the border after being previously deported and improving coordination between local and federal law enforcement on immigration. By working with sensible Democrats, Republicans passed this common-sense law through Congress, but unfortunately, it was not enacted into law. 

-Passed legislation that will improve national security. The Grand Ole Party knows that our nation must be safe, both from threats within and without. That is why the GOP majority passed the SMART Port Security Act, despite odd opposition from Democratic Senator Tillman (D-CA). 

The Republican Party is dedicated to the rule of law, weeding out corruption, improving national security, rewarding our military servicemen and women, protecting our jobs, and providing compassionate care to Americans suffering from opioid addiction. When criminals disregard our rules and laws, enter our nation, and murder our fellow citizens, we want to make sure that more families don't need to mourn. When factories close and jobs are shipped overseas, we won't turn a blind eye to the financial hardships that brings our great families. The Republican Party cares about the American people, not just the coastal elite who enact regulation after regulation and tax after tax to make themselves feel better, heedless of the consequences shoved upon everyone else. 

Christopher Drake

Republican, NY-2

Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Former Chief Administrator - Rounds 4 & 5, Evil Arch-Conservative, Frequent Republican Player

 

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Official Press Release from the Arkansas GOP

Elise Thorne: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

BENTONVILLE, AR - Elise Thorne has now proven that she is what we have known her to be all along: a pro-choice liberal wolf in sheep's clothing. She has said all along to Arkansans that she is pro-life, assuring us that she sympathizes with the plight of little babies brought into this world by no choice of their own. There were rumblings, however, that told us this was not true. She criticized the No Taxpayer Funding For Abortion Act for not forcing Americans to pay for others' birth control. A reporter from midwestern news agency AMNC asked the million dollar question today in Bentonville at her town hall. Here is the exchange: 

Reporter: Ms. Thorne, would you have voted for the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act as it was introduced, without your hypothetical amendment that would pay for contraceptives with taxpayers’ money? 

Elise Thorne: No, because I want to see alternatives. If the GOP are serious about reducing abortions they need to sign on and make Prevention more easily acceptable. That’s not asking for a lot-It’s bare minimum. I remember hearing Conservatives talking about compromise. By all means would love to see it. 

This exchange confirms what we knew the whole time. She has been deceiving and lying to the people of Arkansas. She has said that she is only pro-life if you pay for others to have safe sex. Why should you pay for others' sex? Why can't they take the responsibility? Why is Elise Thorne holding innocent lives hostage so that you pay for others to have sex? That isn't conservative. That isn't pro-life. That isn't Arkansas.

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Christopher Drake

Republican, NY-2

Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Former Chief Administrator - Rounds 4 & 5, Evil Arch-Conservative, Frequent Republican Player

 

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