Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist
Dear California Patriots:
Tuesday night, Richard Mourdock bested Richard Lugar, the Republican’s best known RINO primary for U.S. Senate in Indiana. It was a warning shot above the bow. They sent a very loud message as they showed him the door. They didn’t like his continued association with President Obama’s failed policies, the unemployment situation, home foreclosures, and the indignity many have never faced by living on the public dole. Lugar’s anti gun stance put him at odds with those who cherish the Second Amendment. Elizabeth Emken holds the Second Amendment sacrosanct as well.
The tired 79-year old Feinstein, on June 22nd, forgets she is the United States Senator for the entire state of California not just to Northern California and the constituency to which she panders for money and votes. Perhaps she would have made a better advocate for the member in the bay area had she chosen the path of former speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Particularly those who have had enough of Diane Feinstein’s failed policies, be they on taxation, global warming, ObamaCare and increasing federal government intervention that have all tied nicely together to drive employers and jobs out of California seeing a more business friendly climate. The pundits want us to believe that Mrs. Feinstein will win again. This is pure media driven demagoguery on their behalf. This comes as a reminder to everyone involved in political punditry that there’s no such thing as a sure thing.
Elizabeth Emken said from the very start of her campaign that 2012 is an anti-incumbent year, and Tuesday night, Indiana voters proved that to Dick Lugar. Senator Feinstein, has stayed “Too Long and has been “Too Wrong.” as she went through taxpayer money, making one too many bad decisions after another. It is clearly lost upon democrats representing CA that it is impossible to tax a state or a country into prosperity. It has never happened and it never will, yet Feinstein clings to these failed policies like a drowning woman holding on to a life raft.
Soon, it will be the Republican’s turn to prove to Senator Feinstein that she is no longer welcome. Please follow this link right away to make a donation of $25, $50, $100 or more to Elizabeth Emken’s campaign?
For anyone who questioned Elizabeth’s choice to run against Dianne Feinstein for U.S. Senate or proclaimed her victory with months to spare, check the scorecard in Indiana and get ready for history to repeat itself here in California.
Please visit Elizabeth on the issues: Note the stark contrast with that of Mrs. Feinstein.
PS. It’s time to start fixing mistakes, and start making history. Indiana has done it, and now so can we. Let’s make 2012 an anti-incumbent year and get rid of Dianne Feinstein.