Monthly Archives: September 2010

She doesn’t get it…

Lynn Woolsey had “nothing” good to say about the Republican “Pledge to America,” which now comes in a condensed form — two pages instead of forty-five. She doesn’t see any value in legislators pledging to, among other things, – advance … Continue reading

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What Rep. Woolsey and others in Congress don’t understand about Social Security…

In the debate last week, Rep. Woolsey again said, “First of all, we have to know that Social Security did not cause the deficit. It never has and it never will. It must pay for itself.” She isn’t the only member … Continue reading

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Another Gallup poll shows public trust in Congress plunging to all-time low

  The legislative branch is least trusted according to Gallup. The judicial branch continues to enjoy the most trust, with a comfortable, but also declining, majority. The executive branch comes in just under 50%, after having reached above 60% earlier in … Continue reading

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Marin Judd/Woolsey debate will have no audience. Why?

The Marin League of Women Voters announced yesterday that it and the Novato Soroptomists will sponsor a 6th District congressional debate on Oct. 13. However, this debate will be recorded in a small studio and no audience will be allowed to attend. … Continue reading

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Trying to visualize a TRILLION dollars

As Lynn Woolsey and the rest of Congress spend TRILLIONS as if they were “just” billions, let’s try to wrap our minds around what a TRILLION really is. Here is a way to think of a TRILLION in terms of … Continue reading

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Lynn Woolsey hands over $5,000 to foil citizen commission redistricting

Proposition 27 is raking in the contributions from incumbent politicians, like Lynn Woolsey, who can’t stand that citizens, not politicians, draw the lines for election districts now. As reported on San Diego Newsroom’s website, many Democrats in office in both Sacramento and Washington D.C. have … Continue reading

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See the debate for the first time, or again, online:

See the Judd/Ruyle/Woolsey debate for yourself and make your own decision about how the candidates did. Click here to view.

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