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Republican incumbent U.S. Rep. Leonard Lance voted to continue this country’s shameful practice of denying medical treatment to impoverished people.

Republicans have signaled not only a desire to repeal Obama’s health care legislation, which stops insurance companies from dropping sick children and cannot be judged a failure until after its major components become effective in 2014, but they also want to abolish Social Security and Medicare as we know them.

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Lance is part of the same Republican gang that would prevent America’s success on any issue because they would rather injure the nation than allow President Obama and the Democrats to achieve political victory. Such behavior should not be rewarded by voters who care about this country.

Ed Potosnak is a science teacher who got a taste of the Washington experience advising members of Congress on education policy after being selected for the highly competitive Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship.

Potosnak says he recognized that too many members of Congress were career politicians who are more concerned with protecting their own jobs than with saving or creating jobs in the communities they represented.

Potosnak’s real world working experience as a teacher and scientist will enable him to help New Jersey back on track.


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