Comment By Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist
Representative McCarthy is absolutely correct, that this is the year for Diane Feinstein to be retired. She is still up to her divisive ways, while blaming Republicans for blocking “her agenda.” There can be no question that the lyrics to the song written below by Bob Dylan were directed toward the continued obstruction she promulgates along with the ever obstreperous Harry Reid.
Yes, Mrs. Feinstein the battle outside is ragin;’ it’s the battle for the United States Constitution, for freedom and from the tyranny you lust to impose upon your constituents.
BECAUSE OF ELIZABETH EMKEN I DID MY VERY FIRST TWEET
We The People are made up of individuals who collectively have always been willing to make any sacrifice even if it meant their lives. Progressives like Dianne Feinstein have it backwards, she believes that citizens are at her beck and call….This is just another of the reasons she will be fired on November 6th.
Come senators, congressmen, please heed the call, don’t stand in the doorway, don’t block up the hall,For he that gets hurt, will be he who has stalled, there’s a battle outside, and it is ragin,’ it’ll soon shake your windows,And rattle your walls, for the times they are a-changin’.
Dianne Feinstein and Senate Democrats have failed us once again. This month Feinstein and her friends in the Senate refused to pass any one of the five separate federal budget proposals put in front of them including President Obama’s budget and four different proposals offered by Rep. Ryan and Senators Toomey, Paul and Lee.It has now been 1,127 days since Dianne Feinstein and her fellow Senate Democrats passed a budget. Since then, the federal government has spent $10.6 trillion and, even more alarming, the federal debt has skyrocketed by $6.5 trillion during the last five years of Sen. Feinstein 3rd term in the Senate.
Nothing highlights Feinstein’s failed leadership more than her refusal to support a budget, something all California families do every month. None of us can suspend our family budgeting for years on end without consequence. It’s time to retire Senator Feinstein and let the next generation take over and get to work.
We can remove one of the most entrenched career politicians in Washington in 2012 if we have the right Republican candidate. That candidate is Elizabeth Emken.
Polling has shown that Emken appeals to conservatives, independents and women across party lines, and during a campaign season where Democrats are desperate to make women’s rights the dominant issue, Elizabeth will be positioned to fight back successfully.
That’s why I backed her candidacy for U.S. Senate months ago, and, now I need you to join Elizabeth by making a donation of $25, $50, $100, $250 or whatever you can afford to her campaign today.
Majority Whip, United States House of Representatives
Representative, 22nd District, California