Posts Tagged ‘Political Hacks’
In an earlier day we could depend on citizen legislators and citizen servants to do the right thing. What is the right thing, you ask? The right thing is to serve selflessly, then move out of the way. No well intentioned (R) should be looking to stay in office at least long enough to vest in an ill conceived retirement plan. That goes for those at the federal, state, county and local levels. Don’t we already have enough leeches sucking the lifeblood out of government at all levels? Read the rest of this entry »
I have to laugh, at all levels, local, state, regional and national, of media. Locally, I could rattle off a series of names and often do, listing those that would engage in wantonly willful behaviors that target people like me because of our beliefs, not because of our cultural & political consistency. I am not amazed but I am confused, not really, at the willingness of the left press to reach out to protect the words of people like Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, time and again. Reid, just a few days ago, blatantly noted that the sequester was, in part, responsible for the Marine deaths in Nevada. Almost immediately a brigade of the press was arguing that no such mention was made. Read the rest of this entry »
It is a violation of state law to steal political yard signs. This sign was found on South 1st St in front of the Chevron station on 10/26/11. The pictures were taken at 8PM.
This is an indication of the lawless erosion for respect of our election process.
Today, in Sunnyside Washington, we have been intimidated, threatened, forced to hide in our homes, forced to use alarm systems, security lights, house sitters, security cameras, barbed wire, and now we seemingly have to chain down our election posters.
At some point in time we need to put certain facts on the table for all to see. In this instance I am going to highlight one candidate, currently up for re-election. This candidate beat the incumbent four years ago and the disturbing fact is that he has exhibited some very ugly behavior both publicly and privately; during his first campaign and since. I would think that a true difference maker, on a board, would be expected to possess certain qualities that were opposite of both intimidation & insolence. I would probably want someone with an open-mind, looking to build consensus rather than attempt to coerce it and someone who was definitely self-aware. Read the rest of this entry »