Republicans in TX-32 will be pleased that Pete Sessions has suddenly discovered fiscal responsibility, having voted in October to bail out Wall Street, but they wonder if he's listening to constituents this time, or if it's just more partisan politics.
Democrats have launched an ad campaign targeting Sessions and other Republicans who voted for the Wall Street bailout, but can't vote for the new stimulus bill:
Economic Recovery – Bank Bailout AdNow, the bill is on its way to the Senate for further debate. Stay tuned...
The following ad is the districts of Representatives Eric Cantor (VA-07), Pete Sessions (TX-32), Henry Brown (SC-01), Ken Calvert (CA-44), Dan Lungren (CA-03), and Lee Terry (NE-02):
Did you know Congressman Eric Cantor voted to bail out big banks, but opposed tax breaks for 95 percent of American workers? Times are tough, tell Member to put families first.