Cowan has track record of creating jobs

Advertisement

When I learned that Cathy McMorris Rodgers had signed the Grover Norquist pledge, she lost me completely.

When the people of any district send a person to represent them in Congress, they do not expect the representative's first loyalty will be to a lobbyist, but that is what we have had. It seems she just stopped thinking and working for us. We've had a "representative" in name only.

Furthermore, she fell in line with her party leaders who instructed the caucus to do nothing so they could complain that the president didn't work with them -- even on things they had wanted previously. It is sad -- huge missed opportunities

She even voted against the Lily Ledbetter Act. She didn't work for the recent Farm Bill and opposed the Dream Act. And how about the Jobs Bill? It seems she just stopped thinking and working for us. We've had a "representative" in name only.

I'm supporting Rich Cowan this time. He has a proven track record of creating jobs.

By being unfaithful in her commitment to the citizens of Eastern Washington, she has lost her right to expect another term. I'm sure she will enjoy a nice retirement fund.

Rosemary Watts

College Place

Comments

namvet60 2 years ago

Why do people harp on stuff that they don't know anything about. In 1963 the Fair Pay Act was passed and also in 1964 Title VII was passed in the Civil Rights Act. The only thing this Lilly Ledbetter Act would do is open the door for Trial Lawyers! That's all we need is more needless legislation and more lawsuits.

0

Sign in to comment

Click here to sign in