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KFBK 9/29 - Chris Christie, The Temporary Spending Bill and The GOP Presidential Primary

September 29, 2011

Tom McClintock discusses on KFBK:

  • The qualifications of Gov. Chris Christie and if he thinks he will run in the GOP Presidential Primary
  • Newt Gingrich’s extensive experience
  • Why the temporary spending bill will pass the House by unanimous consent
  • The atrocious job that President Obama has done and why another Democrat may run against him in the primary.

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Congressman Tom McClintock on Fox News

By admin on April 30, 2014

Congressman Tom McClintock was interviewed on Fox News by Mallory Factor. He spoke about the jungle primary system in California and the out of control spending and bureaucratic policies in California, as well as the drought affecting the region.

Congressman McClintock and Mallory Factor also discussed national issues such as immigration reform and Obamacare.

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Congressman McClintock speaks at the New York Meeting

By admin on April 30, 2014

Congressman Tom McClintock speaks at the New York Meeting about  how to bring our economy back on the path to prosperity and immigration reform.

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President Obama’s unlawful order has created a humanitarian crisis

By admin on July 3, 2014
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Congressman McClintock chatted with Amy on KFBK Morning News about the illegal immigration crisis. He said that President Obama’s DREAM Act order is to blame, and that we are now faced with a humanitarian crisis which is becoming a national security crisis.

The immigration crisis is going to get worse until corrective action is taken

By admin on July 3, 2014
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Congressman Tom McClintock chatted with Casey Freelove on KAHI Morning News about the growing immigration crisis. Congressman McClintock said that the crisis could be solved in a matter of days if illegal immigrants were returns to their home countries. He said, “Families are paying enormous sums to these smugglers to get them to the United States. If they started returning to Central America, that market would dry up instantly.”