Perry touts endorsement of Hugo Chavez’s lobbyist
Malone calls on Perry to renounce Kaufman endorsement
Last week the 10th Congressional District Candidate Jeff Perry sent out a press release proudly announcing the support of Ron Kaufman for his campaign. Kaufman is a well known insider in DC political circles as a lobbyist for controversial entities including Hugo Chavez’s Venezuelan oil company.
Let's vote for less K Street and more Main Street
Ron Kaufman is the poster child for what is wrong with the Republican Party. He is the lobbyist for the Venezuelan communist dictator Hugo Chavez and now Jeff Perry has jumped into bed with him. The last thing this District needs is a Congressman whose judgment is so very flawed.
I also call on Jeff Perry today to renounce the endorsement of Ron Kaufman.
Citizens have long boycotted Chavez’s oil products in the United States, as a protest to the dictator’s communist regime, his takeover of the press, his arrests and persecutions of political opposition—not to mention his public hatred of America and her democracy and freedom. One day after the 9-11 attacks Chavez joyfully stated that, “America got what it deserved.”
I can’t believe how bad Jeff Perry’s judgment is in accepting the endorsement of Hugo Chavez’s lobbyist. America is at a crossroad and so is the Republican Party. This party lost its way over the past decade because it spent too much time with Washington lobbyists on K Street and not enough time with working Americans on Main Street.
“America got what it deserved.”
- Hugo Chavez after 911.
Jeff Perry’s judgment was wrong when he was a Wareham police officer when he covered up for a sexual predator.
His judgment was wrong when he was trapping people with a red light game to give them tickets.
His judgment was wrong when he bought a bogus degree and tried to fool people into thinking he believed he got a 4 year degree in a month. And, once again he has demonstrated his flawed judgment in accepting and touting the endorsement of the lobbyist of Venezuela’s Communist Dictator, Hugo Chavez.
According to opensecrets.org, Ron Kaufman has been receiving one half a million dollars per year to represent Hugo Chavez in Washington. Since 1998, Kaufman has received $3.6 million to influence some members of Congress on behalf of Chavez.
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Joe Malone, Republican for Congress.