Segment 2 of Anna Little's interview with Grace Cangemi is jam packed with red meat for conservatives.
During the first six minutes Little calls for a health care voucher system that would give the poor without insurance coverage control over their medical treatments. She asserts her unabashed pro-life commitment. She declared that Washington is governing now without regard to the constitution, calls for the elimination of the Department of Education and unfunded mandates. She says that the federal government's regulations our stifling the economy and choking the free market system. She calls for school vouchers. All of that in six minutes.
You can view the segment in its entirety here.
The last three minutes are political dynamite. Little says, "When we get to the general election I can beat Frank Pallone. I don't think there is a doubt in Frank Pallone's mind that I can beat Frank Pallone."
Little defends Diane Gooch's legal right to run for the seat without living in the district, but says that she thinks residency will be an issue for the voters of the district. She said she is the best candidate for the GOP nomination because she is the only one with any government experience, because she has lived in the district all of her life and because the people of the district will identify with her. "I am the 6th district," she declared.
Enjoy the red meat. Your on your own for the potatoes.
Elsewhere in the district, the Gooch campaign announced that Monmouth County State Senators Joe Kyrillos, Jennifer Beck and Sean Kean have endorsed Gooch, the Monmouth County Vice Chair and the publisher of the Two River Times.
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