Thursday, July 24, 2014

Payment for failing us on the CRC Scam: Herrera gets more campaign pieces using her political accessory daughter in the democratian.

Readers know that I have the utmost contempt for our cardboard cutout of a congresswoman.  Her incessant use of her own daughter as a political accessory just deepens that disdain with every press release.

The only thing more despicable is Lefty Lou's incessant yammering, second only to his obsession over Commissioner Madore, in wearing out kneepads in front of her because Herrera favored and worked towards getting the hated CRC/Loot Rail project built... her years in office resulting in zero legislation to kill it.

And that's the problem.

When you're a coward like Herrera, when you lack the guts to face your constituents, when you fail to keep us all informed as to your positions on the major issues confronting us, when you vote to cut veteran's retirement and disability, among other things and when you use your child as a political prop... that puts you in the "despicable" category, not the "electable" category.

If only Herrera fought for us as hard as she's jammed her daughter down our throats as if that unfortunate child represents any reason to vote for her.


Boehner lauds doctor who saved Herrera Beutler's baby

WASHINGTON — In a break from his chamber's often acrid political divisions, a choked-up House Speaker John Boehner prompted two bipartisan standing ovations on Wednesday when he praised the doctor who helped a congresswoman's infant survive a rare fetal condition.

Last cycle, I voted for the democrat, Haugen. This year, Mickey Mouse is getting the nod.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

The irony of the C3G2 hate site, upset over Madore banning them.

One of THE most vociferous haters in the group has this disclaimer on her OWN facebook page:

Besides the obvious stupidity and misspelling of "ammendment" (And I'm not even a good speller myself), frighteningly, this ignorant twit is ELECTED to office (And what does that have to say about the ignorants who voted for her?) and that she claims the SECOND Amendment as allowing her FIRST Amendment freedoms!

Second Amendment:
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
First Amendment:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances
Clearly, this moron has no clue about the Constitution.

All of that idiocy aside, however, the irony of all of this is that this ingrate has blown a gasket because SHE demands the rights that she refuses to extend to Commissioner Madore!

That's right: Commissioner Madore has banned the haters from C3G2 which causes them generally and THIS hater in particular to vaporlock because SHE can no longer use Madore as her own, personal, punching bag.

Her and the rest of her ilk on the C3G2 hate group could always, of course, take this hypocrite's own suggestion and, you know, just "unfriend" Mr. Madore?

Nope.  That would fly directly in the face of their rank hypocrisy.  And we can't have that... can we?

NO elected official who lacks at least basic knowledge about the Bill of Rights should be allowed to hold office.

And that is another in the series of disgraces from this person.  The people of Camas should know better.

Why are pictures provided by Shane Gardner called "file photos" by the Lazy C?

Clark County sheriff’s Sgt. Shane Gardner poses at the National September 11 Memorial
in New York City with the widow of Ramon Suarez, who died in the attacks. Gardner read Suarez’s name at the 9/11 memorial service.(File Photo)

Australian police officers Greg Bishop, from left, and Michael Ackery, and
Clark County sheriff’s Sgt. Shane Gardner traveled to New York City this 
month to pay respects to first responders who died in the Sept. 11 terror attacks. ()

File photos?  Really?  They had these laying around the office on a hard drive?

Bull.  Gardner or someone with him gave these pictures to the Lazy C, and you can point to this disgrace as the start of his campaign.

Do we REALLY want a privileged, badge-happy Sheriff? Shane Gardner and "special treatment."

Readers are aware of my growing disdain for Social Worker Shane: a cop that doesn't view criminals as criminals and who has a problem being in campaign mode while he wearing his police equipment looking like a one-man swat team in restaurants.

And then, add this to the mix:

On the ten year anniversary of the 9/11 Attack, Gardner felt it necessary to go to New York.  Which is fine: had I been able to afford it, I might have done the same.

It's what he did there that angered me then and angers me now: he used his badge to gain entrance into places the rest of us couldn't go... even though he was nothing more than a tourist.

For whatever the reason, the local daily democrat newsletter was thrilled.  Why the waste of wood pulp believed Gardner's hijinks rose to the level of "news" is a mystery to me.

I, on the other hand, was appalled.  This is completely in keeping with the Shane I've seen in action.  Here's the article: judge for yourself.

Sheriff’s sergeant, pals join 9/11 ceremony

2 Australian officers, local man help read names at service

Australian police officers Greg Bishop, from left, and Michael Ackery, and 
Clark County sheriff’s Sgt. Shane Gardner traveled to New York City this 
month to pay respects to first responders who died in the Sept. 11 terror attacks. ()
By Paul Suarez, Columbian web producer
When two police friends from Australia told Sgt. Shane Gardner they were flying 25 hours to be in New York for the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks and asked him if we would be willing to fly five hours to join them, he couldn’t say no.
Gardner, of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, booked a red eye with frequent-flier miles in January and made arrangements for the three of them to stay in a studio apartment near Central Park.
The trio were determined to make it to Ground Zero on the big day to pay respects to those who lost their lives in and because of the attacks.
“It’s a monumental occasion for law enforcement around the world,” Gardner said last week, back in Clark County.
The only problem: The site where the twin towers once stood was under heavy guard and the National September 11 Memorial was closed to everyone except family members of the attack victims.
That didn’t stop them from trying. And with a little bit of determination and people skills they were able to visit the memorial on the anniversary and meet three families of first responders who died.
 Was Gardner a "family Member?"


So what made him think he was so special he could break the rules and ignore the restrictions placed on everyone else?

His badge.

Clark County sheriff’s Sgt. Shane Gardner poses at the National September 11 Memorial 
in New York City with the widow of Ramon Suarez, who died in the attacks. 
Gardner read Suarez’s name at the 9/11 memorial service.()
“It’s crazy what happened,” Gardner said. “If there’s anything I learned this past week, it’s you keep your eyes open for opportunity.”
No, what you learned reinforced your arrogance.  You used your badge to do, and get into, places that neither I nor anyone else could have gone.
That opportunity came from his two friends, Michael Ackery and Greg Bishop of the Queensland Police Department, whose Australian accents attracted attention.
“Them being in America with their accents opened doors,” Gardner said. “It’s about building relationships with people.”
So, ANY Australian could have gotten in while us mere citizens could not have?

It was the badge, again, which Gardner apparently sees as an admission ticket to events the rest of us could not get into.
On Sept. 11, they went to a memorial ceremony at a police precinct near the apartment they were staying at. Turns out, an officer that the Australians met earlier in their visit was calling the shots at the service and invited the three to join in formation.

Getting involved

They were handed names of officers who died that day to read at the service. The ceremony started at the time the first plane hit the first tower, Gardner said.
He read the name Ramon Suarez.
Gardner decided he would learn as much as he could about Suarez when he returned home so he would be more than a name.
After the ceremony they declined an invitation to get a drink with the local police. They said they were heading to Ground Zero.
Even though everyone they ran into said there was no way they would get in, they didn’t want to travel that far without trying, Gardner said.
The three, along with a former NYPD officer, made their way towards the site. An on-duty officer let them past a barricade but an entrance guarded by event planners and a metal detector still stood between them and their goal.
Again, it was the badge as admission ticket.  What kind of arrogance is that?

Ground Zero

Gardner’s Australian buddies “chatted it up” with another on-duty officer who advised them to try to get in through the exit, which was guarded by police officers, not event planners, he said. They walked over and got through.
More badge as ticket.  This is a disturbing sense of entitlement.
They were backstage at Ground Zero on the morning of Sept. 11. “We had planned on this since January and were finally standing at Ground Zero,” Gardner said. “We were just trying to drink it all in.”
 Even though, had he been any one of us, he wouldn't have been allowed in.  We don't have badges, you see.
The three were mindful of the families that “needed to be there” and weren’t looking for special treatment, Ackery said.
Which is a lie on it's face.  Had they not used their badges, they wouldn't have been allowed to go where they went or to do what they did.

What else is that if it isn't "special treatment?"
“I think we’re the only guys who crashed the place,” Gardner said.
Which is likely because other officers were mindful of their position and that, when they are away from work, they're no different than any of the rest of us.

Meeting families

They heard Paul Simon play “Sounds of Silence” and met an officer who lost a friend in the attacks. Turns out the officer’s friend was Paul Taulty, the name that Bishop read at the ceremony. The officer introduced the group to Taulty’s family. They talked a bit and were thanked by the family for coming so far to pay tribute.
After that they looked for the name that Ackery read on the memorial, Santos Valentin. They found it and a man making a rubbing of the name was Valentin’s nephew. He introduced the three to Valentin’s mother, who didn’t speak much English. Her nephew translated the group’s story.
Her response stuck with Gardner. “She said, ‘God bless each of you,’” he said. “There were hugs and crying again.”
Gardner said it was time to find “his family.” He turned around and found a group of people wearing white T-shirts with the name Ramon Suarez printed on them.
He introduced himself, shared the story again and was introduced to Suarez’s widow.
“We had a personal connection to it because of the memorial service,” he said. “We were blown away.”

Trip of a lifetime

The group also managed to talk their way into sitting backstage at the David Letterman show, met actress Brooke Shields after a play, talked with Paul Simon after his performance, ran into “Law & Order: SVU” actor Richard Belzer while he was walking his dog, got tours around town and through a fire station and bumped into Charlie Chon, a friend of Gardner’s who is from Vancouver.
Nope... no "special treatment there, eh?
When asked which part of the trip was most memorable, Ackery said it would be like choosing which of his kids he loves best.
“It’s all been amazing,” Ackery said in an email. “Shane describes the time we spent in NYC perfectly as the musical without music.”
Yeah.  And his badge was his instrument.  He played it like a violin.
He said it was an honor to take part in commemorating Sept. 11.
“Reading the name of my fallen officer on parade at the 6th precinct was a moment of extreme pride and sadness for me,” Ackery said. “To meet his family was an honor and when his mother put her arms around me I instantly hugged her back as if she was my Mother and in a way I would hope Santos would have embraced my Mum if his and my roles were reversed.”
Bishop and Ackery are staying with Chon while they continue to explore the East Coast.
Gardner returned to Clark County last week. He plans to take his family to Australia next year to visit the officers.
This may be swell for the leftist cult surrounding Shane, who's playing political games and trying to get votes from all over the spectrum by falsely claiming the job of Sheriff should be "non-partisan," as an overt political ploy, but it sickens me.

I don't want this kind of ego as my sheriff or anywhere else in my government.  And that is why I am voting against Gardner and I urge you to do the same.

Here's why Mussolini Mikey Briggs is a total union lackey

At least he's honest about it, but make no mistake: the unions own this slimeball like the 13th Amendment is the 13th Suggestion.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Bad news continues for the M&M Twins campaign funding; where's Brandon Vick's support?

Well, they are democrats and one of them is an ultra pathological liar, so I suppose it's to be expected.

This month, Bully Loserham has managed to fool 6 people into wasting their money for a total of $1615.  Fringe left groups have tossed $3400 into her rat hole... a bit over $5000 so far.  She's actually scammed $19,051 total... an abysmal number in a Legislative race.

An abysmal month for an abysmal candidate who so wants to be competitive.

Our Liz, on the other hand, has only put  Around $58,300 together over all, and about $25,000 of that THIS month alone!

So, the money has voted.  It's no secret that only the fringe-left money is going Bully's way, and then, very little of that.

Sigh.  But then, she knows she's over.  And August 5th will slam the political coffin lid shut.

Mussolini Mikey Briggs, on the other hand, has had yet another month of fund raising disaster.

Only 3 total contributions for the month.  $1150, total.  For his entire abysmal campaign, he's only raised $9200.  Mussolini has wasted more of his own money than he's raised! 

So much for the power of a democratian endorsement, eh, Mikey?

Just as a brief aside:  Vick has only received 2 individual campaign contributions since June 18th for a total of $600. 

Of his last 15 donors, only 2 have been people.

Why is that?  That's worse than the fringe-left nutjob democrats running in the 1-8.  And I didn't believe that to be possible.

Yes... one wonders.

Monday, July 21, 2014

The elusive Bully Loserham vote.

At least she voted for herself.

Very few other people will... I don't believe for a second that she's going to break 40%.

The fiction of Brandon Vick: Where's the 18th District endorsements?

So... who's endorsed this guy?

Better yet, who HASN'T?

His seat mates.

House GOP leadership has endorsed him... but seriously, do they really have a choice?

Who hasn't?

Where, for example, is Senator Ann "Bridge Killer" Rivers' endorsement?

Why doesn't he have it?

Where's his seat-mate's endorsement, that of Representative Liz Pike?

NEITHER have endorsed him.  Why?  What do they know that he doesn't want YOU to know?

That's a sorry state of affairs.

In fact, it kinda looks like Vick is the ONLY House member NOT endorsed by his seat mates from the same Caucus in EITHER party

Why?  Why?  Why?

That they haven't speaks volumes.

"proven leadership."

Proven to who?  Proven BY who?
Oliver: prospective state rep.

He's led absolutely nothing in the House, and his chairmanship of the Clark GOP was an abysmal disaster.

"critically experienced?"


And what the hell, exactly, does THAT mean?

"uniquely qualified."

That's a crock.  He's mailed it in since he got elected and my cavalier spaniels (well, the male, anyway... the female is as much a pushover as Brandon is) could have done a better job.

Any idiot could have been elected and then done nothing for an entire year... precisely like Brandon.

Don't make a mistake like this again.  Don't vote for Vick.  He's there for the wrong reasons, he brags far too much for doing far too little and we need someone up there who will actually work... and not just mail it in.

There really is no lie that psychotic Winningham won't tell. The question is, why?

Legendary for lying essentially every time her lips moved at the democrat goat rope a few months back, Bully Loserham's no-traction ego-maniacal lie of a campaign continues at the crippled rate it can go, given her lack of money and support.

Starting with the fact unions overlook: that this psycho-dem enslaves thousands of people working at jobs Intel has outsourced (50,000 or so, if memory serves... odd that labor hasn't been concerned about that... but then, leftist political bigotry is rather situational.) to her incessant lies about our Liz Pike, this witch has shown herself utterly unfit for elective office anywhere... to anything.

Of all of the videos Bully points out, she never points to this one:  (I wonder why?)

The lies of Maureen Winningham:

Bully Winningham has lied in every conceivable way about every possible position our Liz takes or has taken.

These lies include:
While my opponent is against regulation at all costs
The proposed oil terminal at the Port of Vancouver is an example of an unnecessary threat to our community. 
My opponent is against all regulations that would stop firearms from falling into the wrong hands
Her irrational refusal to set aside extreme ideology and discuss any fresh ideas is not responsible
Teachers are not responsible for the "for the demise of education" in America that my opponent claims! 
Transportation should not a partisan issue. My opponent refused to collaborate on this and actively worked to undermine transportation and infrastructure projects that would maintain our roads and keep us safe. 
My opponent has received large donations from insurance companies and feels she can impose her personal, religious beliefs on her constituents.
access to healthcare is a basic right - not an opportunity to judge or condemn
Governor Inslee's moratorium is a good opportunity for us to take a step back from this process and look at the realities of the death penalty.
My opponent proposed a bill to cut the minimum wage to $6.99/hour and admitted that she proposed this bill - which would financially cripple thousands of Washingtonians - at the request of the restaurant industry,
The science is in. To debate Climate Change distracts us from actually solving it.
My opponent takes money from Big Oil which has a vested interest in denying climate change in order to prevent or stall solutions from being implemented. 
Respect is like oxygen - when it is missing, it is the only thing you can think about. If a representative is more tied to ideology than constituents,
It's difficult to find this many lies and this much rank hypocrisy in one place from one candidate at one time.

It's the typical leftist scum we've become used to since the only democrats allowed to run in the 18th are the fringe-left nutberger variety like Moeller, Cleveland, Briggs and now Bully Winningham.

One has to wonder: why are these slime reduced to a campaign of lies?  Why are they deliberately lying, exaggerating and misrepresenting the issues?

Is their reliance on the Goebbelian theory that if you have to lie often enough, long enough and loudly enough that it becomes the truth all they've got?

Bully Loserham hasn't offered a thing.  She's got no ideas, no alternatives, no nothing but to rape our wallets even more, harm the middle class even more and lie... and lie... and lie.

Vote for her?

I'd rather vote for a box of rocks.

At least they'd be honest.

Cost of the Peter Silliman hiring?

Peter Silliman has a lovely family, no doubt about it.

Bigger in numbers than a football team with, as I understand it, more expansion on the way.

With 13 members to date, my question is this:

What is the cost of their insurance?

I'm hearing that his starting wage is going to be in the vicinity of $5600 per month.

But based ion the size of his family, I'm also hearing that the medical insurance premiums will likely at least match his pay since everyone of his children will, at least for now, be covered by the cost-free county insurance.

How much is that?  I don't know.  I DO know that under Obamacare, my wife adding me to her plan at work would have cost us $6000 per year with a $2500 deductible and a $250 ER copay.

How much will it cost to add thirteen people to the county's free insurance for employee rolls?

And if, as I suspect, adding another battalion of children to the horrific costs we're already paying may mean this hire is simply not worth it.

At this point, I'm keeping an open mind.  But if the costs are horrific... then I may have to revisit this.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Congrats to the Hillsboro Hops: first half champs!

As a rabid Hops supporter (Going to yet another game next Sunday... our 3rd so far this year)  who stills thanks God every day this community wasn't ripped off for their stadium, I'm pleased to announce they are the first half champions in their division!

I urge anyone reading this to get tickets ($16 is about as expensive as they get) in their new, state of the arty minor league facility which cost them $5 million or so less than our planned rip off and hold over 1000 more fans!

Everything in the stadium is spendy, however, so be warned and eat somewhere else before you get there.  Prices for stuff in there is a little higher than movie-theater cost.

But it's FUN!

I look forward to several more years of baseball fun!

Saturday, July 19, 2014

One of the haters from C3G2 wants you to vote on the reflector poll.

Likely the only thing I will ever agree with a hater like Smith:

Go to the poll and vote... you know... "accordingly?" There is a poll regarding the Ctran Board members going agianst the public. Probably written by you know who. Please check it out and vote accordingly.

The Newspaper with Integrity