By Jim Campbell
Despite the fact that Dianne Feinstein has repeatedly refused to debate Elizabeth Emken, even openly telling the press that she “hasn’t seen the point,” it hasn’t stopped her campaign from using debates in her fundraising emails:
To compound the hypocrisy, Elizabeth Emken has had two interviews for this coming Monday cancelled because Feinstein has refused to participate in public discourse.
KQED, Northern California’s largest public radio station, and CalChannel, a public cable channel that provides Californians direct access to forums where public policy is discussed, debated, and decided without editing or commentary, have cancelled scheduled interviews with Elizabeth Emken because Feinstein has refused their offers for equal time.
Dianne Feinstein’s hiding under her desk fearing lack of ‘genuine debate’ shows once and for all just how jaded her campaign has become. Her hypocrisy pales in comparison to her arrogance. Her refusal to take part in these broadcast forums not only denies Californians the ability to hear from a candidate who’s actually engaging the public, it also shows a complete lack of respect for the public airwaves she claims to support.”
The years have passed Diane by and she no longer represents ideas that are the formula to turning the economic ills of California and the entire country around.
With Dianne Feinstein is more of the same with her progressive sisters from California, Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Boxer and Maxine Waters.
At the moment she is on congressional break and can be reached at her local offices by phone or Fax through her staff members here.
Senator Feinstein is arrogant, and treats her constituents like they work for her. It’s time we sent her the message that we want a U.S. Senator in California that will work for the citizens not against the citizens.
Feinstein is joined at the hip with the sinking Obama, on Obama Care, banning weapons, and continually raising taxes. It’s time to send her a message like I just did and challenge her to debate.
To The Honorable Senator from California,
Dear Senator Feinstein, won’t you please debate Elizabeth Emken, as your constituent I would like to see how the two of you match up on the issues of the day.
I sense you may be avoiding her, why is that?
Jim Campbell, Nothiding, CA.