By Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist
California’s April jobs report shows exactly why the state continues to struggle. The continued lack of leadership shown by Senator Diane Feinstein has only made the problem worse.
The fact that 12 million Americans, and 2 million Californians, are still out of work is a chilling reminder that Democrats like Dianne Feinstein are willing to stand on the sidelines and complain about the past rather than roll up their sleeves and get to work themselves on providing a sustainable future for California families.
“California’s Central Valley is languishing in unemployment approaching 20 percent, and few Central Valley resident’s can remember the last time they heard or saw Dianne Feinstein address their plight or offer a sensible solution.
Perhaps it’s Feinstein’s dreadful decision on the delta smelt in which she chose her donors from the environmental movement over jobs and the economy for California.
The threats of more taxes, more regulations, ObamaCare and high gas prices have kept small businesses from hiring.
Students want to work, but the uncertainty of the Democrats’ failed economic agenda gives them little opportunity. Women want to work, but the weakest recovery in American history is providing them no room to show their skills or fulfill their promise.
Feinstein talks to a small group of voters and plays the blame the rich game following her leader, President Barack Hussein Obama. Californian’s can no longer have a follower as their U. S. Senator. They will be voting for the proven leadership of Elizabeth on June 5th then onward to November to send the 78 year-old, “Too Wrong” for “Too Long” senator home.
It’s Senator’s Feinstein’s policies on taxing and spending that have made California the highest taxed state in the nation.
Elizabeth served in management, financial analysis, and corporate operations at IBM. As an efficiency and cost cutting expert, Elizabeth utilized activity-based cost analyses to identify administrative savings across IBM U.S. – helping streamline operations, eliminate waste, and save the company millions of dollars.
She graduated from UCLA in 1984 with degrees in Economics and Political Science. Her studies included course work at Cambridge University, where she focused on political and economic issues in China and the Middle East.
According to Elizabeth Emken who will challenge Feinstein in November, “California voters can help by sending me to the United States Senate. Republican members of Congress have given Dianne Feinstein and her fellow Senate Democrats plenty of opportunity to encourage small businesses and empower job creators but have been ignored. They need a partner in progress and I’m ready to serve.”
Elizabeth Emken, is the endorsed Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in California.