Monday, July 30, 2012

Sentiment in Santa Monica Waning for Waxman

Sentiment in Santa Monica
is Waning for Waxman
In the past month, the Congressman has paid a visit to the Malibu and the Santa Monica Democratic Clubs, and the second appearance took place just yesterday. Normally such gatherings cost $100 a head, yet the club reduced the entry fee to $35. Waxman is a brand that has gone bland, a politician whose time has come for him to go.

He declared in open committee that “We’re not broke!”, even though this country is crushed with $16 trillion dollars in debt, plus a multi-trillion dollar entitlement burden with not relief in sight.

Within one thirty-minute interview, he declared that this country is enduring a depression, than he predicted that the “current” recession will resurface. The one confession, the one concession that Mr. Waxman must make is that he does not know the difference between the two economic conditions, and that alone is reason enough to remove him from office.

Obama-WaxmanCare, the Congressman’s signature piece of legislation, is the largest tax increase in history, and contrary to the assured assertions of Waxman and colleagues, health premiums have increased, access has diminished, and a growing number of voters are demanding repeal.

Waxman: Still Blaming Everyone Else
After 38 years of Waxman in office, the residents of the Santa Monica Bay still deal with air pollution, water issues, and traffic jams along Wilshire Boulevard – he blocked funding for a metro link under Wilshire Boulevard for years. For a man who cares about the environment and public health, there is no excuse for prohibiting such an overhaul.

For over thirty years, Waxman has chosen his voters.  The anti-incumbent  fervor in this country, in this state is demanding competent legislators who understand that voters choose them.

Congressman Henry Waxman (D-Los Angeles) has worn out his welcome in Washington. Now he is attempting to win over voters weary of Waxman’s overwhelming arrogance and underwhelming record. It is now incumbent upon every voter in the Santa Monica Bay, from Malibu to Rancho Palos Verdes, to remove the incompetent incumbent Henry Waxman from office.

Vote for Independent Bill Bloomfield for the 33rd!

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