McMurray responds to Collins' 'desperate' TV campaign ads
Nate McMurray, the Democratic and Working Families Party Candidate for New York’s 27th Congressional District, today responded to the launch of Chris Collins’ so-called campaign comprised solely of TV attack ads:
“Right out of the gate, Chris Collins’ so-called campaign has nothing to do with Chris Collins. There’s a reason: there’s nothing to brag about while their guy is out on bail. This ad is desperate, it’s untruthful, and no one’s going to fall for it. I can’t believe they thought it was a good idea to start with this.
“I won’t shy away from the fact that I speak a foreign language, that I’ve been on the front lines of the trade war that’s redefining our economy, and that I’ve been fighting FOR American workers. Do you think I’d have the support of the local and national labor community if I was going to ship jobs to Asia? Of course not.
“I’ll use every experience I’ve got to fight for this district. No can play me in Warsaw or Washington, Beijing or Batavia.
“If this is the best they’ve got, bring it."
In 2003, Nate was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study the development of democracy in the Constitutional Court of Korea. He worked to represent U.S. farmers and U.S. manufacturers ensuring that they had an opportunity to feature their products in Korean stories, helping create jobs back here at home.
About Nate McMurray
Nate McMurray is a native of North Tonawanda. He’s a family man, an Eagle Scout. He is also one of seven children raised by his widowed mother when his father died of cancer at the age of 39. Nate worked his way through community college, earned a bachelor’s degree at SUNY-Buffalo, then went on to law school and a successful career in business.
For the last two years, he’s served as town supervisor of Grand Island, a conservative community in Western New York, where he has been instrumental in bringing fiscal responsibility to local government and millions of dollars in new business investment to the town. For more on Nate McMurray and his campaign for Congress in NY-27, visit www.votemcmurray.com.
So when is Collins going to hold a meeting so I can go and heckle him a little bit?
I wish he would so would could all go!! VOTE BLUE Nate McMurray in NOV to regain control of out country and have someone in Washington who is on our side.
Brian, I wish you would try to assault him, I would bet my house that he would slap the taste out your mouth! Tough Guy behind a computer??
Thomas, I'm curious as to where you get assault part other than verbally?
Brian, I am not going to take the bait. Think ( I know it is hard for sore loser libs) about the third word in my comment?
There is a very specific reason Nate McDumbnuts can't run anything other than attack ads against Collins..............
Nate stands for:
1) higher taxes
2) more corporate regulation
3) open borders
EVERYTHING WE HATE IN GENESEE COUNTY!!!!!!
PS: I love all the new members joining this feed here in Genesee County. One of them that posted the other day is from Niagara falls and works for Nates campaign. The best part is she pretended to be local, and comment on a local issue.
At least Debra is a Bills fan.
Thomas, I am drawing a blank on this baiting and "sore loser libs" things here. I am just wondering how you came to the assault part?
Also, I have yet to see any events where I can go and heckle Collins about issues. In fact I don't think I've ever seen any in the last few years around here aside from an expensive cup of coffee at Mrs Batavia. Anyone know if Collins is going to plan anything where us normal people can go voice our concerns and opinions?
So Larry the fix it guy claims McMurray is crickets on debating his opponents. Since Larry challenged both MAINSTREAM CANDIDATES in the media days ago, I have to take him at his word since there is no acceptance or rebuttal to be found.
No one should vote for a candidate who won't debate. The people deserve to hear each candidate on the issues they deem to be important, as well as the antagonistic questions and rebuttal of competing candidates. They should also be available for post debate questions from an audience. I would think anyone worth their salt would be more than happy to participate in such a fundamental aspect of our Democratic Republic. And sooner rather than later.
I would hope that you would deviate from Trump's agenda in a hefty number of items Larry. The best Libertarian you could possibly emulate is Ron Paul. Trump is the duly elected President and while his continuation of the wars we wage & his increase in the military budget fly in the face of his previous contentions that "war is a waste," the Democrats have been just as warmongering as the Repubs. Ron Paul sticks to the theme of war as waste. A recuring theme espoused by our forefathers again and again. Gee, I don't remember learning that in school. Do you? Anybody? Anybody? Anybody....
What's the difference between a school and an indoctrination station? Anybody?
3 hrs & 3 thumbs down. Must be hating on the wisdom of the founding fathers. Many of the like minded were duly persuaded in the REVOLUTION!