Champion of Small Government
As a state legislator, Scott is well known for his efforts to reduce the size and scope of government. Whether serving as one of leaders in the effort to fight state tax increases within his party or sponsoring bills to stop Obamacare at the Alabama state line, Scott has always displayed the courage of his convictions to do the right thing — even when he had to fight the system to do it. As a U.S. Congressman, we can expect to see Scott leading the way to restore the Constitution, fight so-called “stimulus” and TARP bills, repeal Obamacare, combat presidential abuses of power, balance the budget and end the culture of pork-laden deficit spending.
- Restoring Confidence to Revive the Economy and Create Jobs
- The Obama Budget: Imagination at Work
- Scott’s Pledge to Continue to Lead the Fight Against ObamaCare
- Lowering Gas Prices
- Protecting Our Second Amendment Rights
- Eliminating Abortion Mandates for Insurance Companies
Cleaning up the culture of corruption in DC
While Scott has received national headlines for his role in cleaning up political corruption in Alabama, his opponent has received national headlines for profiting from deals only available to Washington insiders. Scott opposed bills like Cash for Clunkers and TARP, which his opponent supported. Scott represents Alabamians and Alabama values, and he isn’t entrenched with DC’s political and corporate insiders, giving him the independence to clean up some of the corruption in Washington.
Securing our border at a state level has been a focus of Scott’s recent legislative efforts, where he served as the key sponsor of America’s most comprehensive immigration law. HB-56 has earned significant national media attention and has been of great aid to law enforcement, significantly decreasing the amount of illegal aliens in Alabama while helping to create more jobs and cutting costs for the tax-paying citizens of the state.
To see how Scott has responded to the issues facing everyday Alabamians, here’s footage from a speech Scott gave to Tea Party members at the State House to promote his bill to kill Obamacare in Alabama. We need someone to represent Alabama interests, as opposed to special interests, in DC.