Thursday, April 27, 2017

Looking for input: here in the 18th, why did anyone vote for Ann "Gas Tax" Rivers? (RNC Chair: Build the wall... or else.)

Yesterday, the new RNC Chair said something that should be self-evident:  There's supposed to be a cost if you lie to get elected.

RNC Chair: GOP base will walk away in midterms if wall isn't built

"They're gonna lose the trust of our base if we don't keep our promises, our base is gonna walk away," McDaniel said when asked by conservative radio host Laura Ingraham about the possibly of the wall not being built or funded. "They're gonna feel like, 'hey you said one thing on the campaign trail to get elected and you didn't act on it.'"
You would think that would be the case, wouldn't you?

But our own state senator did that very thing:

Yes, Senator Rivers' "wall moment" was her pledge to oppose gas tax and tab fee increases:

In the video above, she referred to HER lie to get elected as a "business decision."  She tells us that her "only regret was making the pledge in the first place," or words to that effect.

Now, of course, her betrayal on the resurrection of the CRC/Loot Rail scam where she's being a tool for the local Left to try and restart the biggest rip off since, well, her rip off on the gas tax and tab fees that is costing those of us living in Clark County a paltry $700 million... shows that "business decisions" are going to be her way of life.

So, tell me: is the Chair of the RNC completely wrong?

If you voted for this hack... tell me why.

I'd really, really, like to know.

Because even as a former Executive Director of the State Republican Party, I simply cannot abide electing... or in this case, RE-electing... a liar into office... simply because they choose to use a party label that is SUPPOSED to mean something... but in her case, means nothing... no matter what party label she's using to defrauding us with.

1 comment:

Pete Masterson said...

I did not vote for Ann Rivers, since I'm in the 17th District. However, I am very disappointed with Ann River's decision to vote for higher taxes. I moved to Washington for my retirement to get away from the ridiculous high taxes in my native state of California. While I do not wish to move yet again ... if Washington continues to move toward being a "high tax" state, I may be forced to do so. Again, I will be disappointed.