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ELECTION: Vote out Murray and Smith

Letter by Scott W. Jablon, Tacoma on Oct. 11, 2010 at 10:03 am with 3 Comments »
October 11, 2010 3:16 pm

Adam Smith and Patty Murray keep telling us they are moderates, only looking out for our best interests. Every one of their votes show how ridiculous those claims are.

Sixty percent of voters in Washington opposed Obamacare, but Murray and Smith voted yes. We asked for jobs, and they bailed out banks that won’t lend businesses money. Boeing and other employers fled the state.

Murray is the second largest recipient of special interest money in the Senate, and she has the guts to accuse Dino Rossie of being owned by special interests? Smith told the voters he had the influence to moderate the president’s liberal agenda, which makes him either grossly inept or the Nancy Pelosi pawn we all suspected.

Vote them out.

Leave a comment Comments → 3
  1. eagle_beak says:

    Mr. Jablon, your letter was one of several on here with similar opinions.
    as i have commented on before, i would like to see term limits for our representatives to diminish the influence of lobbyists and reflect more of what the constituents want get enacted instead of what any party machine wants..
    God bless America and help us keep our country free!

  2. Sumner401 says:

    Scott are you really trying to say rossi isn’t 100% owned by corporate interest and wouldn’t vote the party line no matter what?
    I got a bridge I’d like to sell you.

  3. If, by voting Murray and Smith them out, their offices would remain empty, Scott’s request might make sense. Where Scott missed the boat is his failure to endorse the candidates running against them.

    Couldn’t you think of anything good to say about them, Scott?

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