DATABASE: LAPD's Most Wanted

DATABASE: LAPD's Most Wanted

There are 22 comments on the Daily Breeze story from Sep 1, 2010, titled DATABASE: LAPD's Most Wanted. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer and Republican challenger Carly Fiorina engaged in a sharp exchange Wednesday over who is best suited to guide the country out of recession, with the challenger blaming Boxer for policies "that are devastating the state." The recession and how to turn around California's jobless rate, stuck above 12 percent for months, ...

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fred

Long Beach, CA

#1 Sep 1, 2010
Watch for manhattan beach dude's bigoted comments coming to a post below.

“cracker-barrel philosopher”

Since: Jan 08

Wilmington/Carson/San Pedro

#2 Sep 1, 2010
I heard post of the debate. Fiona seemed the stronger debater. However, the Boxer attack on Prop. 23 and her counter attack on abortion were very well done. Even that is not enough to merit keeping her in office.

Since: Dec 09

Redondo Beach, CA

#3 Sep 1, 2010
Boxer has been in there for 18 years. We're now in the worst recession I can remember. Its time for somebody new.

Plus, didn't Boxer come across as as very, very average? Fiorina just seemed so much brighter.

Since: Dec 09

Redondo Beach, CA

#4 Sep 1, 2010
slug wrote:
I heard post of the debate. Fiona seemed the stronger debater. However, the Boxer attack on Prop. 23 and her counter attack on abortion were very well done. Even that is not enough to merit keeping her in office.
Hmmm, to be honest slug, the attack on prop 23 came from the Debate Moderator, not Boxer. In fact, it was pretty hard not to view that whole panel as pro-Boxer.

Even then, Fiorina came across as the more intelligent and capable person.

And everytime Boxer said she was going to do this or that, I kept wondering "she's been in there 18 years, what has she been doing all that time"? I
Dave Winnett

Van Nuys, CA

#5 Sep 1, 2010
I STRONGLY encourage anyone who did not get a chance to view the Senator Barbara Boxer/Carly Fiorina political debate here in California tonight to search it out on YouTube and watch it in its entirety. You’ll be amazed, entertained, and completely blown away by the degree of disparity between these two women. After seeing Boxer’s performance I’m more concerned than ever about the competence of the folks currently in charge of our federal government.

The debate was in my opinion one of the most lopsided in recent years, probably in decades. Carly Fiorina’s performance was reminiscent to me of then candidate Ronald Reagan’s performance when he debated President Jimmy Carter many years ago. Although there were no memorable catch phrases like Reagan’s famous quip to Carter; “There you go again”, Carly was nevertheless very well-prepared, extremely self-confident, and exactingly articulate as to the issues of the day as well as every detail of Senator Boxer’s less than stellar list of “accomplishments” over a very long career in Washington.

Senator Boxer’s performance on the other hand reminded me of Richard Nixon’s famous flop when he debated soon to be President John F. Kennedy. Like Nixon, Boxer appeared unkempt, fidgety, and extremely unprepared to deal with Carly’s obvious command of the issues. In a nutshell Boxer blew this one big time. Carly hit this one out of the park and into the next county. To steal a phrase once uttered by General H. Norman Schwarzkopf; “It (Carly’s performance in the debate) was absolutely superb, a textbook, and I think it'll be studied for many, many years to come as the way to do it." It was quite simply a work of art.

Dave Winnett
Torrance
Dave Winnett

Van Nuys, CA

#6 Sep 1, 2010
My previous post is corrupted wherever I applied punctuation marks. Please substitute the gobbly gook with an apostrophe. My ISP (dslextreme) is to blame.
BeeVee

Camarillo, CA

#7 Sep 1, 2010
Time for someone new to step in.

Boxer's had enough time, and the country just isn't moving in the right direction.
Korean Vet

United States

#8 Sep 2, 2010
The economy is in a mess and no one in Washington seems to care. It is time to through the incumbants out.
Somethings Up

Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA

#9 Sep 2, 2010
I just got my new medical premiums....thanks Boxer and Obama....I now have to pay for every illegal immigrant and bum off the street who is too lazy to work.
Here We Go Again

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Sep 2, 2010
Boxer kept talking about all of the good things she's done for this state, aren't ya'll feeling that right now? What a socialist dolt. Besides, her use of that pencil made me feel that she thinks she's the teacher, and we all need to listen because she knows best. Yeah, right. Boxer's days are done!! She needs to go, the sooner the better!!!
2 Cents Worth

Ventura, CA

#11 Sep 2, 2010
It has been said that Boxer is one of the stupidest senators in Wash. I know it's true, after seeing her in the debate. This woman makes law and decisions for us Californians! Yikes!!!! Now we know why this state is in the shape it's in between her and Shwarzzenneger. OMG pathetic!
LKF

Paramount, CA

#12 Sep 2, 2010
If Fiorina sent 30,000 jobs overseas, it's because boxer managed to kill those jobs here because of her hatred of big Corporations... I know this is hard for you liberals to understand, but Big Corporations are the ones who create jobs, pay taxes, invent stuff. All of which results in people being able to buy stuff, pay taxes and eat. Boxer, like most liberals, thinks the Government is the answer, whereas the rest of us knows they are the problem.
Seggy

United States

#13 Sep 2, 2010
If the people that lost their jobs because Carly sent the jobs to China and India vote, Boxer will win. Something that Carly has not addressed is her health. She had cancer last year and can not be considered in remission for five years. What will happen if she can not serve out her term? She was fired from HP.Both Carly and Meg are so rich they are attempting to buy the election and they are out of touch with the average working or unemployed people of CA. They are both pro big business and GOP ideals. Why is it that in most businesses having experience is considered a good thing but in government you want to elect someone who has no experience?
resident

Manhattan Beach, CA

#14 Sep 2, 2010
This is a wake up call to all you Liberals! Obama's path is Wrong! Lets make Cali a Red State!
Tom

Long Beach, CA

#15 Sep 2, 2010
"Why is it that in most businesses having experience is considered a good thing but in government you want to elect someone who has no experience?"

One of the most succinct comments I've read in awhile. Thanks for this.

Honestly, I'm no fan of Barbara Boxer, but to elect someone with so little care for the people she considers below her is not something I can do. I feel the same way about the governor's race. Jerry Brown is a bad choice, but his opposition is much, much worse.

In a state this size, you'd think we'd be able to come up with better choices. Since winning is tied to wealth, what does our lack of quality politicians say about the state of the rich?

Since: Jan 10

Long Beach, CA

#16 Sep 2, 2010
I don't know much about Fiorina, but I do know that Boxer is one of the worst Senators this State has ever had. She is Californias version of Palosi.
The Enforcer

Orange, CA

#17 Sep 2, 2010
Why do Californians keep sending that not-too- bright, shrill old hag to Washington? It's evident she thinks we the voters are the stupid ones. She's so full of herself that she demanded a Major General call her Senator than ma'am. Personally I think the label b**ch fits a lot better.
Native

Redondo Beach, CA

#18 Sep 2, 2010
All she needs to do is to point out Boxer's voting record on things like the stimulus bill, omnibus spending bill, or the health care reform bill. Carly's got my vote!
G-dogg

Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA

#19 Sep 2, 2010
Those of you that think ones personal wealth has a bearing on their political mindset, should check the wealth of Boxer, Pelosi, Kerry, Rockefeller and many other Democrats in the Federal Government. Being friendly toward "Big" business is a better way to create and keep jobs, than to legislate "Big" business out of business!

Since: Jul 10

Los Angeles, CA

#20 Sep 2, 2010
This is easy.
Look at California now.
The economic devastation and wasteland are the result of years of Boxer, Pelosi, and the rest of the liberal crowd ruining and running the state.

Boxers' policies are death to California. Her legacy is out current state of affairs.

Come on California, wake up and vote out the old bags!

PTVoice at http://www.thussaithme.blogspot.com

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