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It Came from Brooklyn & now is devastating California

Born in Brooklyn, elected to office from the Bay Area 28 years ago, Barbara Boxer has spent the past 18 years representing California in the United States Senate while the Golden State lost its sheen.

In the year since Boxer voted for President Obama’s spendthrift “so-called stimulus,” promising 400,000 jobs for our state, we have lost 700,000. That’s a 1,100,000 difference.  To make that up in time for the fall elections, we’d have to generate 137,500 new jobs each month from now through November.

That’s 8 times as many IRS agents as are needed nationwide to enforce Obamacare.

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4 Comments

  1. Senator Ma’am needs to go.

    Comment by Tom — March 27, 2010 @ 1:03 pm - March 27, 2010

  2. From someone outside your state but who has watched over the years the horror flick that is Boxer, this is really good.

    It’s interesting how something said or done, which at the time may seem little, can grow and ultimately define who a politician is. Case in point is our Democrat Senator Ben Nelson. The phrase Cornhusker Kickback now defines who he is.

    For Boxer, it’s that one moment in time when she demanded that a decorated military officer call her Senator instead of ma’am. That one clip defines who Boxer is.

    Comment by NebraskaPatriot — March 27, 2010 @ 4:30 pm - March 27, 2010

  3. Does anyone know if California requires party registration to vote in a primary or are their primaries open?

    I have been emailing acquaintances there about Mickey Kaus’ primary challenge to Boxer and it would be good to include accurate info about the need to be registered with a party.

    Comment by Banzel — March 27, 2010 @ 4:48 pm - March 27, 2010

  4. “For Boxer, it’s that one moment in time when she demanded that a decorated military officer call her Senator instead of ma’am.”

    Dare we hope that in a few months, that same officer will have the pleasure of publicly telling Bah-bwa Boxer, “Shall I now call you EX-Senator Boxer from here on out?”

    Comment by MarkJ — March 27, 2010 @ 5:21 pm - March 27, 2010

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