Remember the acronym WYSIWYG?

WYSIWYG = what you see is what you get.

Well, this is even better: WYWIWYG.

WYWIWYG = what you want is what you get.

And the CFAR is WYWIWYG!

Highly reliable polls tell us . . .

63% of Americans want a federal minimum wage of $15.00 per hour.
75% of voters want fair trade agreements protecting jobs, workers, the environment.
76% of voters want a cut back on military spending.
76% of voters want the U.S. completely out of Afghanistan.
79% of voters want no reductions in Social Security; 70% of voters support expanding it.
79% of voters want no reductions in Medicare.
80% of voters oppose the “Citizens United” U.S. Supreme Court decision.
68% of voters think taxes on the wealthy should be increased and corporations should be required to pay their fair share.
71% of voters support massive infrastructure renewal.
65% of voters want laws to combat climate change.
62% of voters want tuition free public colleges and universities.

Now look at the CFAR, this one for House of Representatives.

Yes, folks . . . CFAR = WYWIWYG!

The CFAR puts an end to the smoke-and-mirrors.

The CFAR lays it out in clear, unambiguous language.

The CFAR tells us what we can and should expect.

No excuses.  No equivocation.

No negotiation.  No compromise.

The CFAR tells us who’s for real and who isn’t.

Most importantly . . .

The CFAR lets us know who we can trust and who we can’t — THUS WHO WE SHOULD VOTE FOR!