Letter from David Frisk

Dump dumb Boxer

Dear Editor:

We can strike hard at the Democratic Party by dumping California’s 18-year toxic asset, Senator Barbara Boxer. We can also keep Jerry Brown from becoming governor again.

Boxer is the Democratic Party at its worst – and she represents no one else, despite her grossly misleading, now-repudiated “VFW PAC” endorsement. She is an unthinking, non-listening, surly leftist hack who disgraces her office and appears to despise large sectors of our society. She is widely considered among the dumbest members of the Senate, but there she sits, one of the most powerful people in the country. Her career is built on an irresponsible 2 + 2 = 22 federal spending philosophy we will be paying for endlessly, on tyrannical over-regulation and government by trial lawyers, on pro-abortion absolutism and methodically trashing any opponent whose conscience suggests a different approach to the issue, and on the type of callous ultra-environmentalism that’s killing the Central Valley.

To see and hear what is wrong with America, look at our toxic asset Boxer. If you want to do something about it, replace her with sensible, decent business executive Carly Fiorina. If you don’t, stop complaining about such malfeasances.

As for Jerry Brown, consider the company he keeps, agrees with, and owes allegiance to: the crowd that backs Boxer and has come very close to wrecking California. Meg Whitman – who is pragmatic, mature, tough, brilliantly successful in the private sector Brown doesn’t get, and unlike Brown owes nobody anything – gives our state a fighting chance to turn around before it’s too late.

David Frisk

2 Comments to “Letter from David Frisk”

  1. Maris Bennett says:

    Totally disagree with this viewpoint. Whitman, who chose not to vote for however many elections, has no clue what she is doing. Just because she was CEO at eBay does not in any way, shape or form give her the qualifications to run a state. She is anti-working people and has no respect for unions (who protect workers from unfair practices). Brown, on the other hand, has the background and experience necessary to be governor. Whitman wants to decimate education’s budget; schools/classrooms have taken enough hits already. We are in big trouble if she wins the election.

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