Friday, August 19, 2011

CONGRESSMAN CONAWAY TO VISIT THE PERMIAN BASIN

Mike Conaway
Here we go-------time to start showing up to these meetings and asking the hard questions. Maybe we should work on a list of questions that we all ask--the ones we think are most important and then he may get the "point" if we are all asking the same questions. What are some you would suggest--I'll put a list together.


Joyce Petrich





On Monday, August 22, 2011, Congressman Mike Conaway (TX-11) will be in Midland/Odessa, Texas, to visit with constituents and provide an update on current legislation. You are invited to attend.

What: Legislative Briefing
 Date: Monday, August 22, 2011
Time: 6:30 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
Place: CAF
O'Brian Hall

For more information, please contact Corbette Padilla in Congressman Conaway's Midland office at 432.687.2390.


1 comment:

Faye said...

Exactly why is our Congress ignoring the many assaults on our Constitution by the Obama administration as witnessed in the myriad of Executive Orders and Directives, and treaties he has instituted since his inauguration?

Examples are:

EPA
increasing regulations in localities that will further destroy our industries and our jobs

Sand dune lizard in Permian Basin

Prairie chicken in Pecos

Ruining 61% of farming land in Washington state by creating buffer zones around water ways

DOT

Requiring farm equipment come under DOT regulations for CDL licensing

Increasing regulations on our trucking industry that will drive them out of business

Approving Mexican trucks free access to travel in U.S. when they are not held to safety standards and have been caught hauling drugs and illegal aliens)

ICE

Backdoor amnesty he just did completely ignoring our immigration laws and his oath of office to defend our borders

ATF

Unevenly applying gun control laws to our border states thus administratively directing that these citizens will have their 2nd Amendment rights decreased.

Obstructing the congressional hearing on ATF's Fast and Furious and then promoting 3 of the supervisors involved in it.