Herger heading back to the House

The GOP is back in control of the House of Representatives and it looks like Congressman Wally Herger is going to join them. Read more
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Right is Right

Hayward, CA

#1 Nov 3, 2010
Good to see Herger won! Got to keep those lefties out of power. I wonder if the hateful, spiteful, disrespectful, aging hippy, Jaime O’Neill, committed Hari-Kari after Herger doled out a good old fashioned butt-whoopin' on Jim Reed??? Tee-hee...
Paradsie Mom

Chico, CA

#2 Nov 3, 2010
to Right is Right: Obviously you know all about hateful, spiteful and disrespectful.
DDG

Chico, CA

#3 Nov 3, 2010
No More WALLY - Just another Special Interest Politician - Dump ALL Incumbents.!.
DDG

Chico, CA

#4 Nov 3, 2010
Right is Right wrote:
Good to see Herger won! Got to keep those lefties out of power. I wonder if the hateful, spiteful, disrespectful, aging hippy, Jaime O’Neill, committed Hari-Kari after Herger doled out a good old fashioned butt-whoopin' on Jim Reed??? Tee-hee...
Well, ya deserve whatcha get you bunch of FREIGHTENED HICKS.!.
Representation

Paradise, CA

#5 Nov 3, 2010
Is it true that Wally's staff earn $1 Million a year of our tax dollars, and he's produced 2 pieces of legislation in 24 years? Pretty poor return on our investment, I'd say. What are they doing all the rest of the time? Besides raising money? How about some solutions Wally, instead of just slogans? Don't the issues we face deserve more than slogans?
Ahz

Chico, CA

#6 Nov 3, 2010
Herger is a joke. He's a horrible Representative. Can't wait until he's gone someday.

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#7 Nov 3, 2010
Wallys back to the House today
What on earth will ONeill have to say?
Herger prevailed late into the night,
but was it really a fair fight?
Tea Party ire; Obamas great dread
CA aside, the nation well said,
Were sick and tired of being pushed around
By Dems. whose spending knoweth no bounds.
Who have doubled and tripled our nations deep debt
And planned so much more with nary a regret!
We dont need a king, or a master to rule.
To bankrupt our country, whats more cruel?
This greatest of nations that ever existed
Against histrys tyrants has always persisted.
But like the great empires that caved from within
Their morals decayed from their national sin!
We see the same thing in our country today
Where people claim marriage applies to the gay.
And Tolerance becomes the religion de jour
while faith in Christ is for the dumb and the poor.
Where schools teach our kids their preference for sex
Heathers Two Mommies, and Dad married Tex.
We all come from apes, that came from a cell
That formed in some soup in primordial hell.
I believe in the Bible you seldom will hear,
Silence! They say,Well have none of that here!
The bye-bull they claim is as false as can be,
It doesnt belong in our History.
But what they dont know is they are all wrong,
Where God is the subject of many a song
The Founders would sing and Gods power implore
Whenever they faced the British in war.
Washington governed from God and the WORD,
Franklin declared a prayer should be heard.
The Congress on Sundays became a blest church
The sermons they preached they did not besmirch.
John Adams had said that the people should be
Religious and moral, if they want to stay free.
Today we all live in this land where they trod,
Those men who claimed freedom,
came from their God.- Publius2

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#8 Nov 3, 2010
"Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers. And it is the duty as well as the privilege and interest, of a Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers."
John Jay to Jedidiah Morse February 28, 1797
air waster

United States

#9 Nov 3, 2010
Publius2 wrote:
Wallys back to the House today
What on earth will ONeill have to say?
Herger prevailed late into the night,
but was it really a fair fight?
Tea Party ire; Obamas great dread
CA aside, the nation well said,
Were sick and tired of being pushed around
By Dems. whose spending knoweth no bounds.
Who have doubled and tripled our nations deep debt
And planned so much more with nary a regret!
We dont need a king, or a master to rule.
To bankrupt our country, whats more cruel?
This greatest of nations that ever existed
Against histrys tyrants has always persisted.
But like the great empires that caved from within
Their morals decayed from their national sin!
We see the same thing in our country today
Where people claim marriage applies to the gay.
And Tolerance becomes the religion de jour
while faith in Christ is for the dumb and the poor.
Where schools teach our kids their preference for sex
Heathers Two Mommies, and Dad married Tex.
We all come from apes, that came from a cell
That formed in some soup in primordial hell.
I believe in the Bible you seldom will hear,
Silence! They say,Well have none of that here!
The bye-bull they claim is as false as can be,
It doesnt belong in our History.
But what they dont know is they are all wrong,
Where God is the subject of many a song
The Founders would sing and Gods power implore
Whenever they faced the British in war.
Washington governed from God and the WORD,
Franklin declared a prayer should be heard.
The Congress on Sundays became a blest church
The sermons they preached they did not besmirch.
John Adams had said that the people should be
Religious and moral, if they want to stay free.
Today we all live in this land where they trod,
Those men who claimed freedom,
came from their God.- Publius2
Don't quit your day job.

It is obvious why you argue with Jaime so much - you are jealous and you are trying to get as many words in print as he does. You writing here is a pathetic attempt to be some sort of "published" writer. Something it is doubtful you will ever be. Get a life old man so you can quit interfering in others lives. You are an abomination on this town. You disgust me with your self righteous BS. You have outlived any useful purpose. You know even your grandkids hate you - air waster.
Allan

United States

#10 Nov 3, 2010
Yesterday, Californians overwhelmingly voted down Prop 23 (the measure that attempted to discontinue our global warming initiative). Not only was it voted down, but the "NO" vote got the second highest amount of votes of any ballot measure. And only 0.2 percent more of the vote would have made it the most popular vote.

Good news!

Other good news from California---at this time it looks like the Republicans didn't pick up any House seats! Barbara Boxer handily won re-election. Jerry Brown won. In fact, it doesn't look like ANY Republicans won a State wide race (at this point). California bucked the trend--despite an unemployment rate of 12.5 percent.

My favorite ballot measure lost--prop 21 (the State Park Initiative). But it at least got 40 percent of the vote. Californians don't want anything to make their blessed cars be more expensive.

Locally, the vote in Butte County went 56 percent against Prop. 23. This in one of the most conservative districts in the State. Herger also lost Butte County in the popular vote---against Reed who was an awful candidate.

So why did California do so well? When the rest of the country is slithering down the slope and electing Climate Change Deniers---why is California, again, on the cutting edge? Will the rest of the country catch up?

I thinks so. The best thing the Democrats could do is to educate the public on energy. On climate change. To move towards transforming our economy in the Green direction. California has been working on evolving her economy (albeit slowly) steadily over the last ten years. A winning strategy would adopt California's methods and work towards a Greener tomorrow.

So keep on going to those Farmers' Markets. Put up those Solar Panels. Buy local. Eat better. Join the Slow Food Movement. Take a walk in the Outdoors. This strategy is working in California. The rest of the country will catch up soon.
DDG

Chico, CA

#11 Nov 3, 2010
Publius2 wrote:
"Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers. And it is the duty as well as the privilege and interest, of a Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers."
John Jay to Jedidiah Morse February 28, 1797
Oh, Go To Church and Preach there ----- Palease.!!!!!!!!!

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#12 Nov 3, 2010
DDG wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, Go To Church and Preach there ----- Palease.!!!!!!!!!
This isn't preaching, those are the words of Founding Father John Jay, America's first Chief Justice. Can I get an Amen!

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#13 Nov 3, 2010
air waster wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't quit your day job.
It is obvious why you argue with Jaime so much - you are jealous and you are trying to get as many words in print as he does. You writing here is a pathetic attempt to be some sort of "published" writer. Something it is doubtful you will ever be. Get a life old man so you can quit interfering in others lives. You are an abomination on this town. You disgust me with your self righteous BS. You have outlived any useful purpose. You know even your grandkids hate you - air waster.
I have been published. However, if I were trying to get a job by writing here and now - well I wouldn't be trying it here and now. Thank you for your analysis. It reveals a terribly dark emptiness inside of you. Take heart, it's just the right size for God to fill.
DDG

Chico, CA

#14 Nov 3, 2010
Publius2 wrote:
<quoted text>This isn't preaching, those are the words of Founding Father John Jay, America's first Chief Justice. Can I get an Amen!
NOPE - get a freekin life or give up on the one you have.!.
DDG

Chico, CA

#15 Nov 3, 2010
Publius2 wrote:
<quoted text>I have been published. However, if I were trying to get a job by writing here and now - well I wouldn't be trying it here and now. Thank you for your analysis. It reveals a terribly dark emptiness inside of you. Take heart, it's just the right size for God to fill.
You are the DARK ONE... and Published means NOTHING...I Live next door to a Published Ghost Writer and her head is so far up her A'SS it isn't even funny.!.

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#16 Nov 3, 2010
DDG wrote:
<quoted text>
You are the DARK ONE... and Published means NOTHING...I Live next door to a Published Ghost Writer and her head is so far up her A'SS it isn't even funny.!.
You're the one who apparently thought being published is something to strive for. It's obvious that my little poem did have an impact on you and that's goog enough for me.
DDG

Chico, CA

#17 Nov 3, 2010
Publius2 wrote:
<quoted text>You're the one who apparently thought being published is something to strive for. It's obvious that my little poem did have an impact on you and that's goog enough for me.
Yeah - sure Pubis...You just keep thinkin Butch - That's what you're good at...hahhahahahaha...
DDG

Chico, CA

#18 Nov 3, 2010
Good Gawd - What am I even DOING on this Redneck Religious Blog.????????? Pubis, you live in a box.......Sooooooo Freightened, So Republican.....Probably have a photo of John Boener on your wall...
Magalia resident

Chico, CA

#19 Nov 4, 2010
Publius2 wrote:
<quoted text>This isn't preaching, those are the words of Founding Father John Jay, America's first Chief Justice. Can I get an Amen!
Amen! I loved the poem! Thanks for sharing.
Magalia resident

Chico, CA

#20 Nov 4, 2010
Allan wrote:
Yesterday, Californians overwhelmingly voted down Prop 23 (the measure that attempted to discontinue our global warming initiative). Not only was it voted down, but the "NO" vote got the second highest amount of votes of any ballot measure. And only 0.2 percent more of the vote would have made it the most popular vote.
Good news!
Other good news from California---at this time it looks like the Republicans didn't pick up any House seats! Barbara Boxer handily won re-election. Jerry Brown won. In fact, it doesn't look like ANY Republicans won a State wide race (at this point). California bucked the trend--despite an unemployment rate of 12.5 percent.
My favorite ballot measure lost--prop 21 (the State Park Initiative). But it at least got 40 percent of the vote. Californians don't want anything to make their blessed cars be more expensive.
Locally, the vote in Butte County went 56 percent against Prop. 23. This in one of the most conservative districts in the State. Herger also lost Butte County in the popular vote---against Reed who was an awful candidate.
So why did California do so well? When the rest of the country is slithering down the slope and electing Climate Change Deniers---why is California, again, on the cutting edge? Will the rest of the country catch up?
I thinks so. The best thing the Democrats could do is to educate the public on energy. On climate change. To move towards transforming our economy in the Green direction. California has been working on evolving her economy (albeit slowly) steadily over the last ten years. A winning strategy would adopt California's methods and work towards a Greener tomorrow.
So keep on going to those Farmers' Markets. Put up those Solar Panels. Buy local. Eat better. Join the Slow Food Movement. Take a walk in the Outdoors. This strategy is working in California. The rest of the country will catch up soon.
Gotta agree with you on prop 21, I really dont think people understood that if you voted for an 18$ vehicle fee, you would get into ALL the state parks for free. We just shot ourselves in the foot on that one. Prop 23 went the way it needed to for the environment and SOMEONE respectable should have challenged Herger, it would have been over for him.

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