His voting record tells us that jobs are a low priority. "We the People" have the duty, next Tuesday, to vote. Whether you endorse or repudiate Schiff's record, it is very important to vote.
Remember, voting is the most powerful thing you can do to preserve liberty. Let's make Glendale "The City that Votes."
Colbert would return to Bush policies
John Colbert says his focus is on fiscal responsibilities like balancing the budget and cutting taxes. Yet he apparently supports raising the sales tax to 24%, which would tear down our economy.
When Colbert is lecturing about the budget deficit, he points towards President Obama and Rep. Adam Schiff. But it's the bad policies from the Bush era that have us in such feeble condition to begin with, like a war that cost us billions of dollars and poor health care.
The health-care reform that Schiff supported will reduce the budget by billions in the first 10 years alone. Colbert wants to repeal it.
I do not want to send a "tea party" man to bring us back to the Bush days. My support is for Adam Schiff.
Cooley would make a fine attorney general
Weighing in on the attorney general race, which is the next state office of importance after that of governor, I like the resume of our current district attorney, Steve Cooley.
Law enforcement in particular has a good friend in knowing that all state laws and that of our constitution will be enforced to the fullest, and not come down to a pick-and-choose based on the political philosophy of the candidate.