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  1. Jsawrie

    CalvinWard4America

    Mums the word. DoNothing, SayNothing, weak as month old tea.
  2. Calvin Ward Calvin Ward took the gloves off today at a campaign stop in Miami ”We have to ask a simple question. Where is the Speaker? He’s the leader, he’s the heir apparent to this Fitzgerald legacy, and he’s silent. The economy takes a downturn, he’s quiet. His Republican puppet masters Fitz and Van Horn are saying the tariffs have worked, they are wrong. They have only made the economy begin to tumble. Miss Van Horn has looked into her crystal ball and said “Ward will cost us jobs”. Well I don’t need a crystal ball. I’m looking at average Americans who are spending more so that Fitzgerald and Republicans can stroke Their protectionist ego. I’m looking at people close to retirement and their 401ks are crumbling. You’ve already cost us jobs, so now what? But pay attention to what Speaker Macmillan is doing and saying- nothing. We’re coming up on a recession that his handlers are saying he supports. His silence is deafening. We’re running to a recessional cliff and the Republicans are steering Macmillan Thelma and Louise style off of it. Where’s the Speaker? Why won’t he lead his party? Because he’s a do nothing she’ll. He won’t do anything on education, he won’t say anything about these tariffs. He’s just another puppet pulled on by strings.” View full PR
  3. Calvin Ward took the gloves off today at a campaign stop in Miami ”We have to ask a simple question. Where is the Speaker? He’s the leader, he’s the heir apparent to this Fitzgerald legacy, and he’s silent. The economy takes a downturn, he’s quiet. His Republican puppet masters Fitz and Van Horn are saying the tariffs have worked, they are wrong. They have only made the economy begin to tumble. Miss Van Horn has looked into her crystal ball and said “Ward will cost us jobs”. Well I don’t need a crystal ball. I’m looking at average Americans who are spending more so that Fitzgerald and Republicans can stroke Their protectionist ego. I’m looking at people close to retirement and their 401ks are crumbling. You’ve already cost us jobs, so now what? But pay attention to what Speaker Macmillan is doing and saying- nothing. We’re coming up on a recession that his handlers are saying he supports. His silence is deafening. We’re running to a recessional cliff and the Republicans are steering Macmillan Thelma and Louise style off of it. Where’s the Speaker? Why won’t he lead his party? Because he’s a do nothing she’ll. He won’t do anything on education, he won’t say anything about these tariffs. He’s just another puppet pulled on by strings.”
  4. Jsawrie

    CalvinWard4America

    Let’s ask a straight forward question to the Speaker today. Very simple, yes or no Does he still support the Fitzgerald tariffs?
  5. Calvin Ward Ward blasted the lady from California saying ”let’s hear a quote from the Speaker’s puppet strings and mouthpiece. She says, ‘He wants to force employees to work overtime before their employer is allowed to hire another worker. This is such an unorthodox proposal that we don’t have any studies yet on its impact, but I don’t think it’s a stretch to imagine a few more million jobs lost as a result of what would be an unprecedented government overreach into the private sector. ‘ I’ve never said. She needs to go back and read, process what the other person has actually said, take a minute to comprehend it. My plan would make employers offer “full time” hours available to current employees before hiring new part time workers. I know the lady lives in a world where they haven’t been in control for four years so I’ll spell it out real slow. Full time work is where you work between 30-40 hours a week. Part time is less. Overtime is more than 40 in a week. Offer means give the choice. Employers would need to show, “I gave these three people the option, they said no”. If folks don’t want to, that’s their decision. It’s more money in their pockets but maybe they’re a student. Who knows. So message to the lady is: either learn to read or stop lying. But do so quickly. Also, maybe...and I’m reaching here but maybe it’s the leading party’s fault. Certainly wasn’t Democratic Bill’s, they wouldn’t put 5 bills up for a vote then cried we weren’t bipartisan. Maybe the lady from California should find some gumption, be a woman, and take responsibility for their asinine policies. View full PR
  6. Ward blasted the lady from California saying ”let’s hear a quote from the Speaker’s puppet strings and mouthpiece. She says, ‘He wants to force employees to work overtime before their employer is allowed to hire another worker. This is such an unorthodox proposal that we don’t have any studies yet on its impact, but I don’t think it’s a stretch to imagine a few more million jobs lost as a result of what would be an unprecedented government overreach into the private sector. ‘ I’ve never said. She needs to go back and read, process what the other person has actually said, take a minute to comprehend it. My plan would make employers offer “full time” hours available to current employees before hiring new part time workers. I know the lady lives in a world where they haven’t been in control for four years so I’ll spell it out real slow. Full time work is where you work between 30-40 hours a week. Part time is less. Overtime is more than 40 in a week. Offer means give the choice. Employers would need to show, “I gave these three people the option, they said no”. If folks don’t want to, that’s their decision. It’s more money in their pockets but maybe they’re a student. Who knows. So message to the lady is: either learn to read or stop lying. But do so quickly. Also, maybe...and I’m reaching here but maybe it’s the leading party’s fault. Certainly wasn’t Democratic Bill’s, they wouldn’t put 5 bills up for a vote then cried we weren’t bipartisan. Maybe the lady from California should find some gumption, be a woman, and take responsibility for their asinine policies.
  7. Calvin Ward Excerpt from speech at Calvin Ward rally in PA ”First off, let’s highlight a major thing. Where’s the Speaker? He’s not leading the messaging behind the economic downturn, he’s having other people do it for him. The Speaker’s run out of things to say because he knows his message his either “This isn’t as bad as it could’ve been” which let’s give them a cookie for It being “better”. Or he could say “I disagree with the previous administration’s policies that got us into this mess” but then he won’t be the Son of a Fitz that he thinks you want him to be. But let’s take a look at that legacy. The President says, “Part of why the economy had become so stagnant four years ago is because of the misguided trade policies of prior administrations” I don’t know what report he read. I have not idea. But let me help him keep pulling the strings of his party and let him know what real Americans are seeing. It’s the tariffs stupid. I live in a rural state. When folks lose their jobs, I go to church with them. Our kids play together. Yeah, the tax cuts helped relieve a problem that didn’t exist. It’s the tariffs. Mr. President, be a man, not a coward. If you can’t admit your wrong, we don’t need a new son of Fitz.” View full PR
  8. Excerpt from speech at Calvin Ward rally in PA ”First off, let’s highlight a major thing. Where’s the Speaker? He’s not leading the messaging behind the economic downturn, he’s having other people do it for him. The Speaker’s run out of things to say because he knows his message his either “This isn’t as bad as it could’ve been” which let’s give them a cookie for It being “better”. Or he could say “I disagree with the previous administration’s policies that got us into this mess” but then he won’t be the Son of a Fitz that he thinks you want him to be. But let’s take a look at that legacy. The President says, “Part of why the economy had become so stagnant four years ago is because of the misguided trade policies of prior administrations” I don’t know what report he read. I have not idea. But let me help him keep pulling the strings of his party and let him know what real Americans are seeing. It’s the tariffs stupid. I live in a rural state. When folks lose their jobs, I go to church with them. Our kids play together. Yeah, the tax cuts helped relieve a problem that didn’t exist. It’s the tariffs. Mr. President, be a man, not a coward. If you can’t admit your wrong, we don’t need a new son of Fitz.”
  9. Jsawrie

    2020 Campaign

    8x 1 hr rally in Fl targetting Moderates 3x 1 hr rally in OH targetting Moderates 4 Tier 1 ads in MI, PA, MN, & FL targetting Moderates
  10. Calvin Ward Calvin Ward released the following statements after the new washing machine tariffs ”We’ve already found that the first two tariffs hurt the American economy and our foreign relationships. But if at first you didn’t succeed, tariff again and again. These new tariffs will, like the others hurt the economy of both our allies as well as us domestically. This policy is bad, and the Republicans remain quiet. I will terminate these tariffs and avoid a trade war. We are damaging our economy and our global reputation. Instead, I want to restore that reputation. And the Speaker? Let’s ask those who know him best. Miss Van Horn said “Dylan Macmillan will keep the tariffs in place” We don’t have to wonder. He has said that he’s the miniFitz. Carrying us down a path we know won’t work. Our small businesses and the average person can’t afford a trade war. View full PR
  11. Calvin Ward released the following statements after the new teaching machine tariffs ”We’ve already found that the first two tariffs hurt the American economy and our foreign relationships. But if at first you didn’t succeed, tariff again and again. These new tariffs will, like the others hurt the economy of both our allies as well as us domestically. This policy is bad, and the Republicans remain quiet. I will terminate these tariffs and avoid a trade war. We are damaging our economy and our global reputation. Instead, I want to restore that reputation. And the Speaker? Let’s ask those who know him best. Miss Van Horn said “Dylan Macmillan will keep the tariffs in place” We don’t have to wonder. He has said that he’s the miniFitz. Carrying us down a path we know won’t work. Our small businesses and the average person can’t afford a trade war.
  12. Calvin Ward Calvin Ward released the following comments from campaign HQ ”I am in no way surprised by the BBC reports. I have said for months that these tariffs weren’t just bad for our Foriegn allies but for Americans. These tariffs were put into place to help the economy and they backfired. The President failed. He has hurt average Americans. But before we let the fading pass into night, let’s ask a question about the future. I have said from early on that on my first day in office, I will lift those tariffs. Done. No questions asked, we will not seek an asinine trade war. We want to work with our Foriegn friends and get out of these rediculous tariffs. Do we know what Speaker Macmillan will do? Let’s ask his running mate who said ““I think once you see Dylan Macmillan’s foreign policy in action, it’s going to look remarkably similar to President Fitzgerald’s. The tariffs aren’t going anywhere any time soon unless other countries give us a better deal on trade.“ You don’t have to guess. There’s the answer. The same bad decisions that got us into this mess in the first place. The choice is clear. Either the Speaker stands by what his running mate said and the President, or he will flip again and say he disagrees with them both. Again, the lady says “Dylan Macmillan will keep the tariffs in place” Americans don’t want a trade war. The Speaker will take us right there. View full PR
  13. Calvin Ward released the following comments from campaign HQ ”I am in no way surprised by the BBC reports. I have said for months that these tariffs weren’t just bad for our Foriegn allies but for Americans. These tariffs were put into place to help the economy and they backfired. The President failed. He has hurt average Americans. But before we let the fading pass into night, let’s ask a question about the future. I have said from early on that on my first day in office, I will lift those tariffs. Done. No questions asked, we will not seek an asinine trade war. We want to work with our Foriegn friends and get out of these rediculous tariffs. Do we know what Speaker Macmillan will do? Let’s ask his running mate who said ““I think once you see Dylan Macmillan’s foreign policy in action, it’s going to look remarkably similar to President Fitzgerald’s. The tariffs aren’t going anywhere any time soon unless other countries give us a better deal on trade.“ You don’t have to guess. There’s the answer. The same bad decisions that got us into this mess in the first place. The choice is clear. Either the Speaker stands by what his running mate said and the President, or he will flip again and say he disagrees with them both. Again, the lady says “Dylan Macmillan will keep the tariffs in place” Americans don’t want a trade war. The Speaker will take us right there.
  14. Jsawrie

    CalvinWard4America

    Why a torch? Because we are the party bearing the light forward. We believe that our brighter days lie ahead, not that we’ve arrived to the pinnacle of greatness
  15. Jsawrie

    CalvinWard4America

    It’s not that I think the Speaker is a bad man or that he’s unfit to lead. I just think his policies are wrong. It’s ok to disagree. But I plan on working WITH the party opposite. If Republicans put up good bills, I’ll be more than willing to give them credit
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