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Despite repeated assurances that he wouldn’t, Jay Inslee is abandoning his constituents in Washington’s 1st Congressional District. He is resigning his seat effective March 20th to focus on his gubernatorial campaign. By announcing his resignation after the March 6th cutoff date, he spares voters a special election, but hangs his constituents out to dry with no representation in D.C. Continue reading
You have to wonder, does Inslee have any vision at all for Washington, other than it would be really cool to be governor? Does he have an in-depth understanding of the issues facing our state? Does he have any ideas for solving them? Does he even care? Heck, at this point, I’d almost be willing to settle for knowing he has a vague idea of what some of the issues are. Continue reading
…Er, I mean, the Green Jobs Answer Man. LOLZ ensue.
That’s the only explanation for his scheme to plunder the State pension system to invest in green industries.
I’ve always considered Jay Inslee to be something of a one trick pony – green jobs all the way, baby! Even so, I was shocked when I heard his plan to risk the financial future of thousands of public employees to finance his pet agenda. Continue reading
Video of the entire debate from Monday, October 18, 2010. Continue reading
Who knows. When asked very directly by James Watkins if he were running for governor, Inslee spoke for nearly four minutes on a range of topics…none of which included his plans on a run for the governorship; I don’t even … Continue reading
Would Jay Inslee even recognize the truth if it walked up and punched him in the nose? Which is sort of what it did this week when he lied about his reason for missing a ceremony to rename a post office for local Medal of Honor recipient Bud Hawk. Continue reading
Since I chastised Patty Murray for hosting her campaign Web site out of state with Trilogy Interactive, I don’t think it would be fair to let Jay Inslee off the hook. True, his Web site is hosted with a Washington company, but that doesn’t mean that Trilogy hasn’t been getting their share of his campaign business. Continue reading
Congressman Jay Inslee won re-election in 2008 with 68% of the vote. It looks as though he won’t be having such an easy time of it in 2010. A poll of WA-01 released yesterday by James Watkins’ campaign shows Inslee to be more vulnerable than this WA-01 resident had previously had the audacity to hope. Continue reading
With Scott Brown in the role of Luke Skywalker and the Massachusetts Democrat Machine cast as the evil Empire.
If Scott Brown pulls off a win in Massachusetts, I’ll have real hope that Patty Murray and Jay Inslee can be defeated next November.
A couple of interesting points from the article.
“Yet even in the bluest state, it appears Kennedy’s quest for universal health care has fallen out of favor, with 51 percent of voters saying they oppose the ‘national near-universal health-care package’ and 61 percent saying they believe the government cannot afford to pay for it.” Continue reading