Comment by Jim Campbell
1. Please tell us senator, what country in the entire history of the world has taxed itself into prosperity? I’ll make this one easy for you, NONE!
2. Why do you and the progressives you follow continued to admire the failed economic policies of the past? Even John Maynard Keynes understood that raising taxes was a temporary solution.
3. Why has your career been one of more scandals than accomplishments?
4. Why should the voters in California send a failed 79 year-old relic who will be remembered as a foot note in the dust bin of history back for a 5th term as a U.S. Senator?
5. Why do you object to We the People being able to carry concealed weapons with a permit when you do so? Do you see yourself as royalty or someone special?
6. Why are your legislative accomplishments that of a follower instead of a leader?
The U.S. Senate race between Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinsteinand Republican Elizabeth Emken hasn’t gotten much attention, and that seems to be fine with Feinstein.
The incumbent is taking heat from conservatives and from normally Feinstein-friendly opinion-makers for continuing to refuse to debate Emken — even abruptly ending a TV interview where she was pressed on the subject.
dianne-feinstein-should-answer-questions Of course it’s a smart campaign tactic for a big front-runner to avoid the potential landmines in a debate. But it’s bad leadership for one of California’s most powerful elected officials to avoid questions about her plans for a fourth full term in the Senate.
— Opinion page staff