NRCC Offers ‘Retirement Package’ to 10 Democratic Congressmen

Thursday, 03 Jan 2013 04:27 PM

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The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) has issued a humorous brochure offering a "retirement package" to 10 House Democrats whose seats now appear to be in play.

"You gave us record deficits and debt, voted to fund Obamacare, and worked hard to raise taxes on working families and small businesses — isn't it time to call it quits?" the brochure states, according to The Hill.

"Why wait until voters show you the door in November 2014? With all your favorite hobbies and pastimes just an election away, don't wait, retire today!"

The 10 targets include Reps. Ron Barber of Arizona, Jerry McNerney of California, John Barrow of Georgia, Bruce Braley of Iowa, Tim Bishop of New York, Louise Slaughter of New York, Collin Peterson and Tim Walz of Minnesota, Nick Rahall of West Virginia, and Jim Matheson of Utah.


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