November 11, 2009
According to Open Secrets, the Opponents to Jerry include the following:
- Antonio C. Amador
- Robert Beadles
- David P. Bernal
- Elizabeth Emken
- Brad Goehring
- Larry Pegram
An additional person, Jon Del Arroza, has reportedly dropped out of the race. His website is blank, so that’s probably a pretty good indicator. http://totalcapitol.com/?people_id=8573 Of the remaining, I will be reviewing their sites and summing their positions over the next few days.
November 11, 2009
I’m just one person, and it’s a big world. I feel that I must follow (politically) the saying…
First take the log out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to take the speck out of your brother’s eye…
Lets face it. We have state and federal legislatures that are unresponsive to the concerns of ordinary Americans. What we as individuals and families do on a daily basis – try to live within our means – they continuously flaunt. California needs a loan? Well, who cares if you are barely meeting your budget. We’ll increase your withholdings. Some 15% refuse to get their own health insurance? Lets devestate the entire health care system and mandate – that is, require, by force of government action, i.e., a gun, that you join into a plan that requires things that you don’t want? Well, I’ve had enough. So, I’m going to remove the plank from my own eye, Jeffy McNerney. This blog will examine the local race over the next two years. I will question the opponents of Jeffy McNerney. I will examine the bills that he has supported over the last few years, and argue why individuals should be left to choose their own destinies.
Yes, sometimes I will complain about the speck in the eyes of others. I will make random observations about other issues. These will be directed to my other blog, deadite, which will continue after this blog has accomplished its purpose. I will also make observations about the other races that I have concerns about: my local legislative races, and the Senate race between Babs Boxer and whoever!
I will be fair, and where I see that he has done something good, I will comment on it. But for the most part, this blog will concentrate on Jerry and how he has contributed to increased totalitarianism and fascism. I am not afraid to use those words. This health care bill will take over 1/6 of the US economy. It is an unprecedented combination of government control and government/business interaction that interferes directly in the lives of every American, whether they want it or not. This is his blog. Yes, Jerry, you are welcome.