Bosse has criticized Clegg and Horn aggressively on the campaign trail, claiming Horn has shifting positions on the issues, and that Clegg has abandoned his anti-tax pledge stance of a few years ago.
Bosse said he joined the race because, "I saw a void in the Republican Party for candidates willing to stand up for conservative free market principles, defend capitalism, push for more individual liberty and consistently call for smaller government."
He has been releasing a stream of proposed federal cuts that he predicts will save $30 billion. They include cutting subsidies for oil companies, ethanol, Amtrak and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Friday, August 29, 2008
From the Union Leader
Tom Fahey looks at the Second District primary field in this morning's Union Leader:
Posted by Grant Bosse at 8:38 AM