By Citizen Journalist, Jim Campbell
According to the 79 year-old elder statesman, Diane Feinstien is sounding like she has taken her election campaign on cruise control. She is hearing the favorable comments about Elizabeth Emken, as well as middle of the road, Hispanic/Latino and conservative voters who see and hear candidate Emken’s clear message on how she will work with members of the U.S. Senate to change the downward spiral of the U.S. and CA toward one of growth and prosperity.
Feinstein “Over the past two years, we’ve seen what happens to policy in this country when the far right wins power: Progress comes to a crashing halt.
(No, senator let’s be clear it’s not the so-called far right, but main stream America that has decided to put you and your boss in the unemployment line in November.)
Feinstein “Special interests don’t like change, so they’ll take full advantage of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United to collect millions of dollars from undisclosed donors and spend them in races all over the country.”
(Could she be any more disingenuous? Democrats wallow among the monies donated by illegal foreign contributions. Feinstein’s assertion on using the Supreme Courts could not be more absurd.)
(Under the direction of President Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, has used the Supreme Court to challenge the right of the State of Arizona to protect its boarders and citizens.) ( Holder also overturned a guilty verdict against the “New Black Panther” member on the voter intimidation case.)
(Not interested in fair and honest elections his “Justice Department” is now blocking a new voter-ID law in Texas, after doing the same to a South Carolina law. He argues that the Texas statute will disproportionately affect poor Latinos and therefore violate the 1965 Voting Rights Act.)
(Come on madame senator, one must show identification to cash a check, open a bank account, obtain a driver’s license, or buy a car. This is just another attempt to put race into the voting issue and nothing more.)
Feinstein “This election is a pivotal moment in America — and we can’t allow the far right to drag us down. I’m devoted to fighting back for progress.
My support of the President’s declaration of support for same-sex marriage earlier this month was a perfect demonstration of the courage it takes to lead this nation.
(Does it, or does it show your weakness along with his, in pandering to the GLBT constituents to whom you pander for political contributions?
(Californians along with the rest of mainstream America have overwhelmingly rejected such policies when put on their states ballots.)
“I need your vote to keep my seat in the U.S. Senate because I have courage to protect seniors, women, and the middle class against radical partisans and their agenda. I’ve courage to do the hard work to compromise and get things done for the American people.”
(Well there she goes again courage to protect seniors? It takes no courage to support attack ads designed to scare them.) (Radical partisans or patriots willing to protect the Constitution and reject the tyranny of the left they want to force upon Americans?)
Feinstein “It doesn’t take courage to spend millions on attack ads. It takes courage to fight back.”
(Perhaps the elder Senator, Diane Feinstein might ask the leaders of her party why they consider to do so?)
Feinstein “We have a lot at stake this year, and we can’t let the far right fringe win the day. Contribute $5 or $10 today, and help us fight back!”
(Indeed we do and that’s why American’s will reject Feinstein’s failed hard-left policies and send her packing with Obama on November 6th.)