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Keith Fimian for Congress 2010


Keith Fimian for Congress 2010

Keith Fimian is running again for the 11th Cong Dist seat. Keith Fimian got his business education firsthand when he launched U.S. Inspect 21 years ago. Today the company is the largest property inspection company in the United States.

Website: http://www.KeithFimian.com
Location: 11th Congressional District
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Latest Activity: Jul 27, 2010

Keith Fimian for Congress 2010

Fimian for Congress

July 20, 2009


Dear Friends,

Last year I campaigned for Congress on the platform of fiscal responsibility, opposition to corruption and the need to get our economy moving. Those issues are even more critical today.

Consider how Congress has gone out-of-control on spending:

A staggering one year Federal budget of $3.6 trillion, nearly half of which ($1.7 trillion) is financed by debt.
$787 billion stimulus law that has done nothing to slow unemployment or spur economic growth.
A cap-and-trade boondoggle that contains massive taxes that will hit Northern Virginia families.

The numbers are mind numbing. And that doesn't even include the trillion dollar health care bill being debated!

This Congress has blown through spending records without even reading the bills they are voting on! And this spending has not slowed the growth in unemployment. Rather, it's creating economic insecurity. Northern Virginia families are hurting and Congress has no answer but more spending.

I had hoped that Gerry Connolly would learn from his mistakes. He drove Fairfax County's budget into a $648 million ditch of red ink. Then he moved across the Potomac and has continued being a rubber stamp for runaway wasteful spending in the trillions.

We have to say NO to the politicians and special interests who are pushing our nation into bankruptcy. We need to encourage, not burden, small businesses so they can hire people and help our economy grow again.

Because Gerry Connolly has proven he is incapable of addressing the challenges Northern Virginia families face, I have decided to run once again for the 11th Congressional District.

The hard truth is America faces enormous challenges. We are mortgaging our grandchildren's future with this spending and massive debt. It jeopardizes our jobs, economy, retirement, homes - our entire way of life.

I've created jobs. I've tackled tough budgets. In Congress I will put the brakes on the spending, curb the special interests and focus on getting our economy moving again so our children and grandchildren will have an America as great as the one we inherited. I ask for your support.

Keith Fimian

Fimian for Congress
P.O. Box 3131
Oakton, VA 22124
(703) 621-7169

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Discussion Forum

A gem from our current congressman

Started by Ted Kirkpatrick Jul 31, 2009.

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Comment by Tom Whitmore on September 3, 2009 at 10:39am
Keith has campaign staff who you should coordinate a press release with. They can be reached by email at Keith@Fimian2010.com
Comment by O. P. Ditch on September 3, 2009 at 6:12am
Good job Amy & David. I think you should coordinate with Keith before sending anything to the press.
Comment by Nancy Pratt on September 2, 2009 at 9:25pm
Keith you are standing mighty tall. I think you are doing a great job showing up Jerry Connelly
Comment by Amy Gambrill on September 2, 2009 at 8:21pm
David - The panelists' remarks centered generally around the architecture, costs and affordability of H.R. 3200. I pulled the following information from the web:
--- Grace Marie Turner, President, Galen Institute, "a not-for-profit health and tax policy research organization founded to promote an informed debate over free-market ideas for health reform." She is also editor of Empowering HealthCare Consumers through Tax Reform and produces the newsletter, Health Policy Matters.
--- James C. Capretta, Fellow in the Economics and Ethics Program of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, "D.C.'s premier institute dedicated to applying the Judeo-Christian moral tradition to critical issues of public policy." He is also contributing editor to the EPPC Journal, The New Atlantis, and author of the blog Diagnosis.
--- Thomas P. Miller, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, "a private, non-partisan, not-for-profit institution dedicated to research and education on issues of government, politics, economy, and social welfare," where he studies health care policy and regulation and authored the book, "Uncle Sam, M.D.."
.....How about we collaborate - I can transform the info into a draft release if you could add to/edit/polish it up.
Comment by Amy Gambrill on September 2, 2009 at 1:23pm
Many thanks to Keith Fimian (and his staff) for an outstanding town hall last night! It was a full house (300ish) and applause/cheers were abundant. The panelists (Grace Marie Turner, Jim Capprotta and Tom Miller) were very candid, shared with us a lot of additional detail and perspective we have not heard elsewhere. Attendees presented well thought out and astute questions, comments and observations. Keith impressed - he interjected some poignant remarks and promised more town halls in the future, including after he is elected to Congress (dissimilar to recent activities of Gerry Connolly). The crowd rendered a standing ovation for the event. Great showing, Keith! Hope it gets some good press - I am sure you gained some new supporters and the grapevine will spread the good word. News breaking last night that Organization for America quickly organized a counter-event for today is a good sign, too!
Comment by Clete Shultz on July 22, 2009 at 5:24pm
Well Keith, the political climate is much better this time....let's make it happen!!! :)
Comment by Sue G on July 21, 2009 at 10:40am
2010 can't come soon enough!!! You have my vote already, Keith!
Comment by Sandy Ahmad on July 21, 2009 at 10:06am
Good luck, Keith! I am with you all the way!
Comment by Tom Whitmore on July 21, 2009 at 9:34am
It's official!! Good luck Keith, everyone here is with you. Your brand of commonsense business principles is what our Congress sorely needs! Yeah, a shot of common sense and a shot of principles! Go get 'em, brother!
Comment by Keith S. Fimian on July 11, 2009 at 3:07pm
Thanks for the encouragement. I am thinking seriously about it. First if I do run I really need everyone's support here to crank up the grass roots effort. Second while I am think about it, I am reviewing issues and have great concern about the out of control spending in washington and would love to hear your policy ideas. --Keith

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