Tweet I’m still reading scattered posts castigating Mitt Romney for being a bad candidate or running a bad campaign. I understand the need to analyze failures to identify remediable errors, but we’re making a huge mistake focusing on the end of the campaign, rather than the beginning. One could say the beginning of the campaign [...]
Tag Archive 'Dianne Feinstein'
Tweet It’s time for Dianne Feinstein to go. Please vote for Elizabeth Emken:
Tweet (You can read more about Emken here, or at her own website.) As usual, Dianne Feinstein is nowhere to be seen when there is hard work to be done, so Elizabeth Emken went ahead and had the debate without her: The fact that DiFi is a no-show has nothing to do with age. My [...]
Tweet A few months ago, I though Elizabeth Emken’s chance of unseating Dianne Feinstein in the Senate was about equal to the Giant’s chance of winning the World Series. I was not optimistic. Today, I believe that both are possible and, indeed, probable. I’ll leave the baseball talk to others, and I’ll focus on Elizabeth [...]
Tweet What is it with these California political women? In the morning, Pelosi calls insurance companies villain’s as if she’s in some Victorian melodrama. And this afternoon, Dianne Feinstein arranges from the arrest of a bunch of senior citizens who were trying to speak with her. It’s a little unclear just exactly what side of [...]
Tweet In today’s WSJ, there’s an op-ed from Dianne Feinstein, urging Obama, when president, to shut down America’s nuclear arsenal. To make her point, she opens with an anecdote about Ronald Reagan: When Barack Obama becomes America’s 44th president on Jan. 20, he should embrace the vision of a predecessor who declared: “We seek the [...]
Tweet Di Fi writes an op-ed that is a perfect example of liberal think: let’s not do something that’s not a perfect solution, despite the fact that it is a partial solution. Her column explains correctly or incorrectly (and it really doesn’t matter for purposes of my post), that the off-shore drilling Bush just authorized [...]