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Altschuler: I Have Been Blessed

I am so fortunate that the values and work ethic instilled by my Mom made me who I am today.

I received a great education and was fortunate to have teachers who pushed me.

After working odds jobs through college, I started my first business from an apartment and ultimately built two successful American companies from the ground up that have created more than 1,000 American jobs.

And, most of all, I have a wonderful, loving wife and two beautiful, healthy children.

But none of it would have been possible without my Mom.

My Mom raised my brother and me by herself.  She taught us about hard work and the importance of playing by the rules.

As I look back now, I realize how much she sacrificed to make sure me and my brother had a happy childhood, while still preparing us for what would await in the real world.

If I am fortunate enough to be elected to Congress this November, I will take those lessons with me to Washington and do my best to build a better future for Long Island’s middle-class families, seniors and small businesses.

I will work with common sense people on both sides of the aisle to implement the ideas outlined in my detailed, 10-point jobs plan to boost small businesses, grow Long Island’s economy and foster a climate for job creation that helps get local residents back to work.  Check it out at www.Randy2012.com/jobsplan

Over the course of the next two months, Congressman Bishop will try to vilify my success in business and attack me as an “outsourcer.”  The truth is that it’s Congressman Bishop’s repeated votes for higher taxes, more spending and irresponsible debt that have driven jobs off of Long Island and crippled our local economy.

As questions mount regarding Congressman Bishop’s pattern of ethics problems, his smears against me will only intensify in hopes of distracting you from his failed record.

You deserve better.

Let’s change Congress by changing our Congressman.  I respectfully ask for your support and hope you will join with me to build a better Long Island for all of us.  Thank you.

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highhatsize September 01, 2012 at 05:31 PM
to TerenceQuinn: You are mistaken. Office TIger had 9,300 overseas employees when it was sold, 4,000 in India alone* *http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2006-09-01/news/27454246_1_officetiger-astron-bpo-rr-donnelley
Preliator September 02, 2012 at 10:21 AM
Help restore America, vote for the three R's; Romney, Ryan and Randy!
Jaguar-Guy September 02, 2012 at 10:49 AM
Obviously.
forward thinking September 02, 2012 at 11:53 AM
People With The Loudest Voices Have The Least To Do With Change While The Rest Of Us Are Doing Something About It Some Of Us Talk About It Each Error We Make Grows Us Stronger – We Have To Do It To Experience It According To The Jealous The Rich Control Everything – Last Time I Counted The Rich Were Vastly Outnumbered Is It Not Amazing That the Working Taxpaying Few Support the Illegal’s And Needy And Don’t Rant And Rave They Want More. And Finally It Was A Dem – Roosevelt Who Made The People Who Were Without Work “Get” Support By Creating Jobs… TVA – CCC – I great idea support the infirmed and work the needy While The “Trickle Down Economics Of The Rep.’S Are Attacked – What Do We Have From The Dem.’S Trickle Down Moral Decay
Preliator September 02, 2012 at 12:14 PM
Obama's policy: Trickle up poverty.

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