“Call me unemployed”

Funny, funny David Zucker video challenging Boxer’s arrogance and cavalier approach to American money:

Call Me Senator from RightChange on Vimeo.

If you’re in California, this year you have a real choice: vote for Carly Fiorina. She’s a true conservative and a dynamic, effective individual.

My mom, who can’t quite let the MSM go, has been programmed to dislike Fiorina and Whitman (well, I actually agree, ’cause I don’t like Whitman much either). I’ve told her it doesn’t matter, even though Whitman is a RINO — because both Brown and Boxer are so much worse, not to mention being rubber stamps for the Obama agenda. You can’t sit this one out; you can’t let personal feelings dictate your vote; nor can you run from the RINO when the opposition is a Leftist dodo. Anything but an affirmative vote for Fiorina and Whitman constitutes active support for the massively damaging Obama/Boxer/Brown ultra statist agenda.

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  1. TommyC says

    I’ve contributed to both Whitman and Fiorina (and Van Tran in CA-47 and Nick Popaditch in CA-51), even though I live in Colorado.  Whitman may not be perfect, but look at the condition of California and look at what Brown did last time he was in office.  Whitman at least has a chance to rein in the budget and hopefully break the public sector unions a bit.  Can you imagine any Democrat, much less Brown, even making an effort?
     
    I sure hope some of you folks can help us out here in Colorado, especially Ken Buck for Senate and Ryan Frazier for CO-7.  Both are are in very close races.  It would be a shame to lose them.  Two other Colorado house races (CO-3 and CO-4) currently look in better shape to flip to GOP – not as close as CO-7.
     
    My wife and I have already contributed more than ever before to races all around the country even though I may be out of a job at the end of the year.  To us, the is a make or break election – the first real chance to reverse the leftward drift of our country rather than just slow it down.  I suppose we have Obama/Pelosi/Reid to thank for this opportunity!
     

  2. TommyC says

    This is only David Zucker.  The other Zucker, whose first name escapes me, is still a committed liberal.  My favorite David Zucker political parody is still the Madeline Albright one.  This one was pretty good as well.

  3. says

    Boxer’s power is disproportionate to her actual seat representation. She isn’t just one Senator. She has more power than the numbers would imply. Because she has been in office for a long time. She knows where the bodies are buried.
     
    If you want to beat Obama Care, you need to take out the Left’s strongest pieces on the board. It’s not numbers that win in politics.

  4. Mike Devx says

    I’m a little worried by the idea that races around the country are tightening.  Does that mean the disaffected liberal base is “coming home”?  Or are the Independents and conservative Democrat voters choosing to side with these out of control Democrats?  If the latter… then we haven’t sealed the deal with that portion of Americans who must be convinced that out of control spending, taxation, and POWER in Washington D.C. must be curtailed.
     

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