Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Has Ridgefield Barbie managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory? Latest poll shows Babs at only +2%

Perhaps being an empty suit with an empty head crosses party lines?

Jaime Herrera, who has spent the entirety of her adult life in politics in one form or another while lying about Denny Heck being a "career politician" may have managed to achieve the impossible: She may have managed to lose an election that should have been hers going away... snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

The problem? Ridgefield Barbie is incapable of original thought and she makes Obama's reliance on teleprompters look like sheer genius in comparison.

And now? Well, it sure SEEMS that Heck's "got the mo"... and that the numbers are solidly breaking his way... when they need to.

At this point, I remain convinced that we will be the unfortunate recipients of Herrera's luck at being in the right place at the right time. But I'm secure in the knowledge that if she makes it (and that's suddenly a huge "if") her tenure will be short lived, and she'll soon be back in McMorris's office pouring coffee and answering the phone.... where she so obviously belongs.

Cross posted at Clark County Politics.

1 comment:

  1. She is the GOP's sweetheart simply because they think she will do for South Washington. One problem with that sort of thinking. She is not running for Congress in Vancouver, she is running to represent the state in the third district.

    If this little lady can't represent us RIGHT NOW with debates here where she is supposed to be from, how will she represent us IF she is elected? God help us.

    Herrera is no Tea Party candidate. She is no Marco Rubio. She has nothing to offer but empty speech. Thanks GOP, I blame you for blatantly backing Herrera even before she was in the race. Either way, Heck, Herrera, doesn't matter at this point, they will both side with the Democrats. At least I know Heck is not lying to me.

    How can a politician bring into their campaign someone like Hedrick, and not even acknowedge out of courtesy the best person for the job?



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