DCCC Targets Three Florida Republicans, Tea Party for Opposing Obama on Sequestration

By: Jim Turner | Posted: February 25, 2013 3:55 AM
Dan Webster, Bill Young and Steve Southerland

U.S. Reps. Dan Webster, Bill Young and Steve Southerland

Three Florida Republicans in potential tossup districts are among the targets of a national Democratic ad campaign over their stance to oppose the Obama administration on sequestration.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has launched an online ad that takes on 27 House Republicans, including Dan Webster, R-Orlando, Steve Southerland, R-Panama City, and Bill Young, R-Indian Shores.

According to the DCCC, "Tea Party House Republicans left the capital last week without any attempt to negotiate a deal on the sequester.”

Watch the ad targeting on Young below.

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Comments (4)

7:53AM MAR 1ST 2013
young can't even put a coherant thought together any longer. there is no one at home. regardless of his political affiliation he needs to go.
8:37AM FEB 27TH 2013
Bwahahahahaha! Republican Governor Rick Scott whines about how devastating the sequester will be for Florida's economy while Florida's Republican Congressional delegation supports the sequestration. The GOP is no longer a political party; it's a leaderless mob.
10:41AM FEB 25TH 2013
Hey DCCC - Its been 1398 days since the Senate Democrats passed a budget.
The House sent 2 bills over to the Senate that would off set the Sequester....the ball is in your court.
5:14PM FEB 25TH 2013
This House has sent ZERO budget bills over to the Senate . . . .

The Senate passed the Budget Control Act of 2011 (which became law) with Republican assistance . . . .

Guess, you just like to involve yourself with continuing politics of the "Big Lie" and staying totally . . .

Pathetic . . . .

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