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NTU Congratulates Sen. Graham for Winning Taxpayers' Friend Award

April 28, 2011


Last week, Executive Vice President Pete Sepp presented Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) with the 2010 Taxpayers' Friend Award for receiving an "A" grade in NTU's annual Rating of Congress. While many Members of Congress talk about a fiscally responsible government, Sen. Graham backed up those words with solid votes. This Award recognizes that he is a steadfast and effective ally in our battle to make Washington once again accountable to taxpayers.



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Submitted by smartdog at: May 10, 2011
This is one of the worst things I have evr seen put out by a group of people for any kind of change. If you have Ideas lets hear them, but what is on your advertisments and TV commercials is not reasonable. Please ask yourself who you are and what you can do for your community, if you have no idea; I can help you. The Red Cross would be a good place to start or, perhaps look around your comunity and do something worth wild!

Submitted by Paulee at: May 5, 2011
It is a shame that NTU is the spokes organization for the OIL COMPANIES. If the doil companies and thed Senators of the United States cared about the country they would do away all special tax breaks to every company, and have the company apply every year to see if the qualify. Qualifications would be on the amount of money the company makes and the need we have for their product. We need to get off of fosil fules as soon as possible. If we had younger Cogress men we would probably have less need for oil and coal. The European countries make the United States sound like a 3rd world country.