Tom Weiler has committed his whole life to serving his country and he’s not done yet.
“Tom was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, and raised in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. He graduated from Eden Prairie High School then attended the University of Notre Dame, participating in the Navy ROTC program. He graduated from Notre Dame with honors in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and was commissioned in the Navy in 2001 (campaign website).”
“Tom decided to retire from the United States Navy with over 20 years of service after being twice denied requests to return to the submarine community for his Commanding Officer tour. His love of family and home brought him back to Minnesota, and his love of country and desire to continue to serve led him to run to Represent Minnesotans of the 3rd District (campaign website).”
Tom holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government, a Master of Engineering Management degree from Old Dominion University, and a Master of Science degree in National Resource Strategy from the Eisenhower School at National Defense University. His personal awards include three Meritorious Service Medals, four Navy Commendation Medals, one Joint Service Achievement Medal, and three Navy Achievement Medals (campaign website).”
“I will support our law enforcement, not abandon them like our current elected leaders. Importantly, I will fight to ensure our law enforcement have the resources they need to provide the safety and security our community deserves.”
“Individuals who commit crimes must be prosecuted, not coddled and allowed to avoid responsibility for their actions. Deterrence is contingent upon consequences. Without consequences, more crimes will inevitably occur.”
“I will support reigning in federal spending, enabling domestic energy production, and reducing unnecessary regulations to ease inflation and increase spending power for all Minnesotans.”
“The effort to continually divide our nation along lines of race, political party, sex, religion, zip code, etc; is only hurting America and Americans. Americans are individuals, with individual freedoms and liberties; not merely pawns for professional politicians and bureaucrats to divide into factions.”
“Finding solutions to our problems through a shared American perspective, as opposed to divided factions of society, is the only way to truly solve problems and improve our American way of life.”
“Our education system is the key to the future of the American Dream. Curriculums that focus on teaching all subjects at all times through a prism of race and division do not teach our children History, Math, English, Science or reality; rather it seeds further division.”
“Critical Race Theory and teaching students that America is a systemically racist country has no place in our school system. Parents deserve to be heard regarding what their children are taught and empowered with School Choice.”
“I believe in a small government. Empowering American ingenuity, hard work, freedom, creativity, charity, and innovation to advance our nation and build American prosperity, American jobs, American success, and American happiness.”
“The federal government should be a safety net for those in need.
The federal government should NOT be a giant hammock, aiming to establish a social welfare state in which citizens are dependent upon the government in all aspects of their life.”
“Parents deserve to be heard regarding what their children are taught and empowered with School Choice.”
Dean Phillips is one of many out-of-touch Washington D.C. elitists voting on bills that devastate constituents with no consequence to themselves.
Dean Phillips does NOT relate, and therefore can not adequately represent Minnesotan’s of the Third Congressional District.
Dean Phillips doesn’t have this information on his website because it would go against his political image as just another average Minnesotan.
Dean Phillips ignores the Public Safety Crisis: a luxury only he can afford.
Dean Phillips refused to campaign against Defunding the Police.
Instead, he advocates for putting the unsuspecting victims of his district at an even greater disadvantage.
Dean Phillips may not have had to worry about falling victim to violent crime from the comfort of his 10.5 Million Dollar home on Lake Minnetonka, but his constituents do.
Dean Phillips Refuses to Accept Responsibility on Inflation
Dean Phillips said blaming Democrats for the rising cost of goods was one of the most ridiculous things he’s ever heard. Flash forward a few months…
Dean Phillips Profited off of the Pandemic
While Minnesotan’s are struggling to keep up…
Dean Phillips never has, and never will be a reflection of his constituency. The reality is..
Dean Phillips comes from a wealthy 1% family.
He doesn’t advocate for the working class in his district, because he doesn’t understand the burden of $5 gas.
He doesn’t comprehend the sacrifices families are forced to make as a result of inflation, because he’s never had to.
Dean Phillips is incapable of being a true Representative of Minnesota’s Third District…
How could he be when his life experiences are so far removed from his constituency?
Dean Phillips is against Safety for the Innocent.
Phillips believes that crime waves including armed robberies and carjackings across his district are no big deal by failing to address solutions in his campaign for re-election.
Dean Philips wants to ban “dangerous people” from getting guns but the reality is… people with records of being dangerous are already banned.
Minnesotan’s reserve the right to protect themselves and their rights granted by the Second Amendment — especially when their representative continuously fails at doing so.
Dean Phillips’ Hypocrisy on the Economy, Government Spending, and Inflation
Dean Phillips claims that “having built and managed both large and small businesses” he “understands firsthand the challenge of balancing the books and the danger of spending more than you generate.” Looking at his voting record, that must only apply to his families fortune…
Consumer prices up 8.6% because Dean Phillips voted yes on spending more than the country generates…
Since February, 2021, Dean Phillips has voted on $7,400,000,000,000 in new spending, substantially increasing the already significant national debt.
Inflation soared 8.5%in March compared to last year, marking the biggest spike since December 1981.
Paychecks have decreased 2.7% since last year.
This is a direct result of Dean Phillips’ reckless spending sprees.
This is an independent expenditure prepared and paid for by the Republican Party of Minnesota. www.mngop.org. It is not coordinated with or approved by any candidate nor is any candidate responsible for it.
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