a shallow, tale-telling, stampeding wrong-road Red State Governor?
Washington: A part of America Returning to its True Values
We have again been asked to choose the tired Republican corporate philosophy that has proven itself as massively flawed, ineffective and seriously partial to corporate welfare – a philosophy that has consistently ignored the needs of workers, families, the elderly, the poor and middle class.
Assaulted by misleading and inflammatory ads that have been proven false, we've been asked to choose a governor. Those Rossi ads assume that our best decision is the one made while we are not calm and composed, but when misled, angry, and stampeded.
We are being asked to ignore our worries about our jobs, wallets, health care, mortgages and other real concerns. Instead we should be fired up by wildly false Rossi campaign messages having nothing to do with what keeps us awake at night.
Do you think all that false nonsense about misplaced sex offenders, tribal bribes and the need to "peel off" children's services in order to protect children from their own government is real?
Does any of that have anything to do with how Rossi would govern?
In reality Rossi's state campaign strategy underlines the decline and possible demise of the Republican Party as a positive force for good everywhere in this country.
In this and most states all the Republican Party has is panicked desperation and poorly-thought out strategies.
An Obama administration has already committed itself to change. Voters are endorsing that commitment in large numbers. The Democratic Party is able to attract votes during this election because Republicans have thrown virtue, wisdom, common sense and civic duty into the gutter. The McCain campaign demonstrates this every day.
Obama and the Democrats are committed to lifting our national well-being out of the gutter.
Christine Gregoire has demonstrated and proven that civic well-being is her highest priority for each of us.
Rossi is of that other ilk. His ads proclaim his poor campaign priorities and prove how shallow a candidate he really is.
There's an incoming federal administration committed to massive civic change and restoration of America's real core values. Do you want to be a part of America returning to its true values?
Or do you want to drive forward while looking through the rear-view mirror in a state with a shallow, tale-telling, stampeding wrong-road Red State Governor?
A governor like all those elected officials other states are throwing out of office wholesale?