Dear Carly Fiorina: The blame game: falsely placing guilt on your opponent for an act one does not commit is deceitful if not outright shameful.
Before coming to Glendale and using the New Horizons day care center as an example of wasted federal funds (“Senate candidate slams local project,” Sept. 13), you should have done your homework and researched just what Maria Rochart, the nonprofit’s founder, has accomplished with low-income youth and their families. All of us should praise Rochart for attempting to build a “Children’s Village” child care facility. This is what the community really needs and desires.
Placing blame on Sen. Barbara Boxer for voting on the stimulus bill is deceptive and totally distracts from the real culprits for the failure of our economy. If you really wanted to point the finger at wasteful federal funds, you should have stood on the rooftop of Chase bank, the former Washington Mutual, and blamed Washington for the fraud and taxpayer bailout of our banking and financial system.