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Superman's product of the century (so far):
Is it happening again? About this stage in the 2004 Gubernatorial race, Gregoire was about 15,000 votes ahead of Rossi.
Now we are pretty much an all 'mail in ballot' state. I wonder how many ballots were mailed today?
He also said:
Government is not reason, it is not eloquence-it is force! Like fire it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master; never for a moment should it be left to irresponsible action.
I'm thinking of the fact that I live in a state that corruptly elected its governor, just re-elected the corrupt administration that committed the electoral fraud, and whose judicial practice is laughable. I wish I believed in reincarnation. We need you back George.
When King County remains firmly in the grip of the left - who leave no doubt that they endorse corruption in the political process in Tuesday's election - what do we do?
A great initial step is to support initiative I-23.
You know that King County is the only Washington county in which an unelected appointee is responsible for elections? You know that every other county in this state has an elected auditor that is responsible to the people?
Outside of insurrection, this is a great step to take. Please get involved!
Don't forget to vote today!
We have, among other elections and initiatives, initiative 330 which would limit medical lawsuit awards to $350k. Those who oppose it blatantly say "A $350K cap won't affect insurance rates." Sure. Attorneys have the same motivation to take a case for which the maximum return for them is say $175K - as they would for one that has a $3 million, or $10 million potential return. Yep. Brooklyn Bridge time...
Oh, and to state the obvious, a vote for Ron Sims for King County Executive is a vote for continued corruption in the electoral process. As we have shown here and as Shark and friends at Sound Politics have repeatedly shown - King County is as corrupt a political machine that has ever existed. Anyone must check their conscience at the door to vote for Sims to continue in office. A vote for David Irons is a vote to restore integrity to King County.