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That was then…

Rep. Vicky Hartzler (r): town hall in Warrensburg, part 1 (August 11, 2011)

….Representative Hartzler: All right [crosstalk]. Listen, listen [crosstalk]…

Voice: When, when you ran your campaign [crosstalk] the only thing we heard was jobs, jobs, jobs [crosttalk], jobs, jobs. [crosstalk] You get into office and the only thing we hear out of you now is abortion [inaudible].

Voice: We were gonna fix it, that’s what you said….

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…and it still is now. Representative Vicky Hartzler (r) sent out another campaign mailer style franking piece this past week.

The franking disclaimer and signature (condensed).

Details from Representative Vicky Hartzler’s (r) campaign mailer style franking piece.

Yep, abortion. And, of course, there’s the obligatory rhetorical beating of a dead horse intermixed with another wedge issue.

Are teh gay really so icky, Vicky?

It’s about jobs!

The full mailer:

Some of the “survey” questions:


…1. Do you support the department of defense’s repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy allowing open homosexuality in the military?…

…2. Should Congress pass a federal constitutional amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman, or should it be left up to the states to decide?…

…3. Should the federal government provide federal funding for abortions or health coverage for abortions?…

Is discrimination a family value? Just asking.

“…allowing open homosexuality in the military?”

Uh, isn’t that actually to allow individuals who are homosexual to serve in the military without having to worry if anyone knows or not if they are?

Should the federal government provide federal funding for federal abortions or federal health coverage for federal abortions? There, it’s fixed.

It’s about jobs, jobs, jobs! Evidently not.


Rep. Vicky Hartzler (r): Who needs the NRA… (September 17, 2011)

Rep. Vicky Hartzler (r): franking right wingnut propaganda on Medicare (August 27, 2011)

Rep. Vicky Hartzler (r): frankly, it looks like a campaign mailing (July 7, 2011)