“In one of the first television interviews of her 2010 campaign,” California’s outgoing junior Senator says, “These are tough times we’re going through in American and California and I’m not going to sugar-coat that…Because people are grumpy and they have a right to be grumpy“.
And the times sure got tougher since your party took charge in Washington, with the state losing 700,000 jobs in the past year alone. Now, one in eight California is out of work–after Boxer promised 400,000 new jobs if Congress passed the president’s “so-called stimulus.”
And maybe, Ma’am, you’d be less grumpy if instead of trying to fit reality into your imaginary world drawn from Democratic talking points, you tried to face reality and adopt policies to meet it. But, instead on she spins about how Democratic policies are wonderful . . . and working!
Boxer said when the voters realize the health care reform plan actually will benefit most Americans and that the administration is working hard to create jobs and stimulate the economy, that mood might change again.
Ma’am, you keep hoping that people will come ’round to your way of thinking, but one thing we’ve seen after nearly a year debating health care reform is that opposition has been steadily increasing. It’s one thing to work hard to create jobs, it’s quite another to implement policies that make it easier for employers to create them.
Seems, Ma’am wants to make this her campaign song: