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Getting to Know Liberal Leppert Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Wed, May 23, 2012, 04:52 PM
Former Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert was a strong supporter of the Democratic Party and far-Left groups when he was leading the Big D. Now a Website, sponsored by the Dewhurst for Senate campaign is reminding Texas voters that Leppert is flip-flopping by campaigning for a Senate seat and claiming he’s a conservative.

In the Website, viewers can learn more about Dallas as a safe haven for illegal immigrants, which would explain the influx of street gangs during the Mayor Leppert era. It also exposes Leppert as a good friend of ACORN, the same organization that faces allegations of stuffing the ballot box for President Barack Obama in 2008.

Apparently, the Website provides a listing of labor Unions that support Obama endorsing Leppert as part of a scheme to help Obama push forward his liberal agenda through the Senate if he’s elected to the White House this year.

The Liberal Leppert Website writes, “Tom Leppert says he is a champion of the free market. His campaign website says, “as mayor, Tom pursued policies built around his understanding that it is the private sector, not government, which creates jobs.” But during his time as Mayor of Dallas, he complained that without stimulus funds from Washington, Dallas would struggle to create jobs. It’s clear that Tom Leppert doesn’t understand free market principles. Why would a self-proclaimed conservative count on Washington to create jobs?”

To view the Liberal Leppert Website, link here:

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