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 'Lynn Woolsey'
Tweet There’s nothing like a Progressive who’s not worrying about reelection. If you thought Barney Frank’s moobs were repellent, wait until you get a look inside Lynn Woolsey’s brain. The 10-term House Democrat from Marin County is retiring this year, so she finally feels that she can speak freely. It’s not pretty. For example, we [...]
Tweet Every two years, like clockwork, Marinites return the execrable Lynn Woolsey to Congress. She’s so bad — by which I mean such a loopy Leftist — that I didn’t vote for her even when I was a Democrat. I was a moderate; she was, and is, a nut case. But still she wins, regularly [...]
Tweet Rep. Lynn Woolsey is a liberal among liberals, a Leftist who calls affluent Marin County her home (and Marin voters have sent her back to D.C. over and over again, with about 70% of the vote). She’s not a very bright woman, but I give her credit for focusing unerringly on what’s wrong with [...]
Tweet I got an email poll from my representative Lynn Woolsey. I was willing to take the poll, even though it would mean newsletters from her, until I actually read the poll. It’s a dishonest one, and makes intelligent responses impossible. Here’s the whole email, with my comments in red: As you may know, Congress [...]
Tweet Town Councils are supposed to be involved with town business: fire departments, police departments, flood plans, earthquake plans, local zoning ordinances, etc. They are not supposed to be involved with national politics. Residents have their national political representatives in the form of their elected congress people. That didn’t stop the always idiotic Lynn Woolsey [...]
Tweet I’m embarrassed to admit this, but Lynn Woolsey represents me in Congress. I didn’t vote for her — but this is what you get in a majority style democracy. Marin County has many virtues, which is why I like to live here, but wise political choices are not among those virtues. Right now, as [...]