McMorris Rodgers is too partisan

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The U-B recently endorsed Rich Cowan to replace Cathy McMorris Rodgers. Good choice.

It also said she was too partisan. Is she ever!

Recently I was watching "Hardball" on MSNBC with Chris Matthews and he was interviewing McMorris Rodgers. He asked her about the Republican's "War on Women." This is the well-known Republican agenda of eliminating abortion rights, restricting birth control and eliminating federal funding for Planned Parenthood that, for years, has provided necessary health services for millions of women.

She responded by indicating this was the Democrats' agenda. I was shocked. In no way is this the Democrats' agenda.

Chris went on to ask her other questions and she responded with typical politicians' non-answers. Is this the kind of representation we want in Washington? It has led to stalemates on both sides of the aisle and we don't need more.

William Henry

Walla Walla

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wallyworldguy 1 year, 5 months ago

watching Chris, that explains it all right there. I mean, he is certainly not a partisan kind of guy, Right??

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namvet60 1 year, 5 months ago

If Ms. McMorris Rodgers is partisan what do you call the Dems in the Senate? Harry Reid has even stated that Gov. Romney working with the Dems is a dream and a fantasy. The stagnation only comes from one party in this debate.

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namvet60 1 year, 5 months ago

Besides anybody that watches Tingley Chris Matthews is a very uninformed person in any respect.

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