Friday, June 11, 2010

Herrera foolishly cements her cred as THE establishment candidate in the WA03.

Utilizing that political situational awareness of a board fence that the SEIU Queen is famous for, Ridgefield Barbie blabs out her establishment cred in an anti-establishment year:
You can read more about the event and the remarks of former U.S. Senator Slade Gorton, U.S. Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Senator Joe Zarelli at the link below.
Yeah, well, I read it all right:

The absurdity of Herrera "Staying true" to anything.

It wasn't that long ago that my senator, Joe Zarelli, was taking a very, very hard look at running for Congress.

His unemployment debacle has cost him any chance at higher office... anywhere... and that fact sunk in when he made the decision to avoid that kind of embarrassment and endorse his former intern-for-a-few-weeks for Congress.

In the paper, however, Zarelli made a curious observation so far from true that it strains additional credulity:
“She’ll go there carrying the banner of the Republican Party, but what is more important is that she will stay true to the party’s principles,” Zarelli said.

Do Republican principles include co-sponsoring and voting for SEIU legislation?

Yes, there is no question that the empty suit known as McMorris's Puppet is a symptom of the disease known as old-school Republicans.

Let's not forget: McMorris Rogers was part of the crew that spent us into massive debt while the GOP controlled both the House and the Senate. And we want MORE of that, controlled by McMorris to boot?

1 comment:

  1. At the convention, I have spoken to several people who all agree, Herrera's support and votes for SEIU favorable bill, HB 1329 was the deal breaker for them.

    I also heard how she, the real establishment candidate, has been trying to paint David Castillo as the establishment candidate due to his former work in sub-cabinet positions with the Bush administration.

    Maybe she forgot that in addition to her obvious party machine insider favored status, she sought and accepted a position with the Bush administration in the Office of Political Affairs in 2004, before she got her legislative aide position with Cathy McMorris Rodgers.


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