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of the General Assembly and the Governor. I would like to provide a context for Senator Steward Greenleaf’s grade. Because The Liberty Index is graded on a curve, Senator Steward Greenleaf ’s grade shows relative standing to other legislators and not to be understood that Senator Stewart Greenleaf is “For Liberty” or fiscally responsible. Senator Stewart Greenleaf ’s grade and position on the curve is not as bad as other members of the General Assembly. Given the General Assembly’s record, the Senator Stewart Greenleaf ’s grade must be interpreted as not as bad as the rest of a bad bunch. Looking behind the grade at the actual votes, let us compare and contrast the rhetoric and the reality of the record. Disappointingly, the alleged fiscal conservative Senator Stewart Greenleaf voted "YEA" for eight of eight of Governor Ed Rendell’s Bankrupting Budgets!!!!! With his “YEA” vote for Capital Budget Act 130 of 2011, Senator Stewart Greenleaf added $1.6 billion dollars in debt to Pennsylvania’s Forgotten Taxpayer’s financial burden and, simultaneously, voted millions for billionaire corporations: Comcast, Janney, Teva Pharmaceuticals, ShopRite, Franklin Mint and $850,000 to Philadelphia Democrat Chaka Fattah's Philadelphia House of Imoja and $1,970,000 to Philadelphia University‐Arlen Specter Library and $10,000,000 John P. Murtha Center for Public Policy Cambria Contrary to Senator Stewart Greenleaf’s opportunistic rhetoric, the reality of the record is that Senator Stewart Greenleaf is not The Forgotten Taxpayer’s BFF.

Bob Guzzardi, 119 East Montgomery Avenue, Ardmore, Penna. 19003-2523 810 212 7476 bobguzzardi@bobguzzardi.com The Liberty Blog The Liberty Index

*****^^^^^***** Source References Reforming State Borrowing for Corporate Welfare FEBRUARY 13, 2012 Commonwealth Foundation by ELIZABETH STELLE http://www.commonwealthfoundation.org/policyblog/detail/reforming-state-borrowing-forcorporate-welfare House Passes Corporate Welfare Reform MARCH 14, 2012 Commonwealth Foundation ELIZABETH STELLE http://www.commonwealthfoundation.org/policyblog/detail/house-passes-corporatewelfare-reform

RendellBudgetVotes2003to2010 http://www.scribd.com/doc/87037240/LIbertyIndexh-Rendell-BUDGET-VOTES-2005-2010 Act 130 Comcast, Janney Investments, Teva Pharmaceuticals, ShopRite, Franklin Mint http://www.scribd.com/doc/86817438/Liberty-Index-Act-130-of-2011-Five-Buildings ACT 130 $850,000 to Chaka Fattah's House of Imoja http://www.scribd.com/doc/86817526/LibertyIndex-Act-130-of-2011-House-of-Imoja ACT 130 Expanded Discussion with links to Sources http://www.scribd.com/doc/86817618/Liberty-Index-Act-130-of-2011-of-Expanded-Links Given the Four Alarm State Budget Challenges WATCH HERE video 8:42

Sen. Pat Vance’s entire voting record on all bills 2011 to 2003 http://www.libertyindex.com/MembersDetails.asp?MemberID=230 Sen. Dave Argall’s entire voting record on all bills 2011 to 2003 http://www.libertyindex.com/MembersDetails.asp?MemberID=4 Sen. Dominic Pileggi’s entire voting record on all bills 2011 to 2003 http://www.libertyindex.com/MembersDetails.asp?MemberID=168 Sen. Stewart Greenleaf’s entire voting record on all bills 2011 to 2003 http://www.libertyindex.com/MembersDetails.asp?MemberID=85

Senator Greenleaf’s Very Bad Pension Vote of 2011 which set the stage for Pension Iceberg toward which we are heading http://www.scribd.com/doc/82507450/2001-Pension-Vote-the-very-bad-vote Senator Greenleaf’s Vote for Bankrupting Bailout of Union Defined Contribution Plan http://www.scribd.com/doc/87955233/Liberty-Index-2010-Act-120-Nov-23-of-Union-PensionBailout-Kick-Can-Down-Road

Representative Sam Smith’s entire voting record on all bills 2011 to 2003. http://www.libertyindex.com/MembersDetails.asp?MemberID=206

Representative Mark Mustio’s entire voting record on all bills 2011 to 2003 http://www.libertyindex.com/MembersDetails.asp?MemberID=148