By Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist
Voters have decided it’s time for Feinstein to be sent home, she has lived at the expense of her constituents for “TOO LONG” while being “TOO WRONG” to lead the U.S. from its current economic tailspin.
Voters now understand it will take the sound economic underpinnings of Elizabeth Emken, a fiscal conservative, to pull the plain out of the near catastrophic nosedive led by Dianne Feinstein and her tax and spend allies on the left. Elizabeth Emken will reverse Feinstein’s continuous “WRONGS” and make them “RIGHT.”
Art: courtesy of David Dees
The ever-vigilant Citizen’s Against Waste has recently shown that Senator Dianne Feinstein, is the biggest spender and abuser among all members of the U.S. Senate in this category. (May 2011 U.S. Secretary of the Senate Report)
Naturally, such monies not being questioned by those who the voters elected to provide representation. As a result, this number has swelled to $335,221,030.00. Feinstein’s “fair share” was $4,873,152.
There is rarely any serious oversight given to this type of bloated waste simply because it’s the nature of government to spend the taxpayer’s money without giving it a second thought.
Had this, among many boondoggles of wasteful spending occurred in the private sector under the watchful eyes of the company’s auditors would have halted this nonsense immediately.
The dual irony here is Dianne Feinstein is one of the biggest cheerleaders for increasing taxes, while ever seeking to make sure the “rich” pay more than their fair share. At the same time she accomplishes this by not looking out for her constituents but making sure as numerous scandals in which she has been involved led to a direct increase in her own as well as her husband. Richard Blum’s personal gain. Perhaps in this one instance since the money “only amounted to $25 billion,” while not reaching a trillion she didn’t feel the issue was problematic.
If so why did Mrs. Feinstein and Mr. Blum’s firm tell The Washington Times that there was no connection between the legislation and the contract signed Nov. 13, and that they didn’t even know about CBRE’s business with FDIC until after it was awarded.
It is at this time, in the real world, outside of the protected environment of bubble and elitist air that most who believe they are the masters of whom they govern, that the sounds of prison doors slamming shut. Is this anything less than criminal behavior?
Its time for the 79 year-old senator to be replaced, and the entire budget for staffing examined by outside auditors.