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.
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!