Friday, October 17, 2014

So, what does our outsourcing fringe-leftist whack job in the 18th, Bully Loserham, have to say about THIS?

In sinking to new depths when it comes to scraping the bottom of the barrel, fringe-left nutter democrats ran the penultimate political liar of our area, one Maureen "Bully" Winningham against Our Liz.

Bully's actually been PAYING for advice from Steve Stuart's wife, thousands of dollars to date, and she should be refunded every penny of it.

The unions own her like the 13th Amendment was the 13th Suggestion, and I've found that extremely curious: how can someone who's entire professional life revolves around outsourcing tens of thousands of jobs to India get a damned DIME in union money?

Anyway, this hypocrite has been beating on Our Liz for "taking Big Oil money," and "money from the train companies..."  Not unlike Jim "Molehill" Moeller and 30 or so of his democrat friends in the House.

Winningham, being a total hypocrite over that, has no problem with Moeller taking big bucks from the trains... just when Pike does it.

Lacking any issues to run on, this simple idiot has decided to make some up.  Her latest idiocy is her jihad against the oil terminal, reinforcing the conclusion that as a neo-communist, she'd be better off representing downtown Moscow that the rural 18th District.

All of which begs the issue:

What's this psycho going to do now?
Unions endorse proposed oil transfer terminal at port
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The Columbia Pacific Building Trades Council, Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters and International Union of Operating Engineers said Thursday that they've endorsed a proposed oil transfer terminal at the Port of Vancouver and have reached an agreement with the project's backers to ensure the terminal would be built with union labor. 
The labor organizations said in a news release that they and Vancouver Energy, the joint venture of Tesoro Corp. and Savage Companies, have agreed that project labor agreements "will be in place for construction of the facility by union labor." 
Tesoro and Savage want to build an oil-by-rail terminal receiving an average of 360,000 barrels of crude per day at the port. Their proposal is undergoing an environmental impact review by the Washington State Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council. Eventually, the council will make a recommendation to the governor, who will approve or deny the project.

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