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The Choice is Clear --
Chan for United States Congress
A research conducted recently reveals the past ten years' controversial voting records of his opponent from NY's tenth
Congressional District and further
contrasts the rationale that the choice is clear - Michael Chan for US Congress
˃  During a period of five years from July 2003 to November 2007, his opponent voted NO five times on implementing/
promoting free trade with countries in Asia, Australia, Central and South Americas. His opponent's unpopular record
on trade issues unveils his inconsistency to free trade expansion and impedes the potentials for economic growth;
˃  In 2008 and 2009, his opponent voted YES on all so-called "stimulus package for jobs ..." including $825 billion for
economic recovery, and "additional anti-recession stimulus". Such spending exceeding $1 trillion has been verified
as wasteful by the current weak job market and loomed economy;
˃  Worst, in July 2011, his opponent vowed to a 16.8% expansion on debt limits, to $16.7 trillion. This is the source
jeopardizing more American people to become poverty-stricken.  
Michael has strong grasp of what fiscal responsibility should look like and the solutions to create
a stronger and more fiscally responsible nation.
Michael's strong educational credentials
and expertise with broader visions provides him the ability and skills necessary to
foster good governance, restore and maintain a more strong and prosperous America!
O v e r v i e w
Michael Chan, formerly New York University professor
and US House Candidate
endorsed by multiple political parties in 2012,
is exploring and appealing
more and stronger supports for his federal campaign
Michael's background in economics is what is needed in Congress to get our nation's fiscal house in order
Regardless of your race, national origin, party enrollment and backgrounds, you can help make a difference