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The REAL Chris MaHears the Lawsuit:http://marrharassment.com/Amendedsummons.pdf here´s the settlement:http://marrharassment.com/Agreement.pdf This is NOT a PG rated lawsuit. the commercial is mild compared to his sleazy comments and his actions and inactions as a supervisor. This is the same type of leadership the Democrats get from Chris Marr. Tacit approval for sleaze, and hard work behind the scenes to ensure the salesmen get their way. The MARRing of teh 6th District must end!
“I believe my position as a moderate Democrat aware of business issues allows me to maybe go against the national trend,” Driscoll, 52, says.’ John Driscoll is not a typical “Tax and Spend Liberal.” Rather belongs to a club of Over-Tax and Over-Spend Liberals, and he and his party are perfect examples of what is wrong with our state. Why did we (the taxpayers) spend $22,000 a day for extra session work? It was because John Driscoll and his party refused to attempt to balance the budget properly during the regular session. Then, after a few weeks at $22k per day, they raised our taxes by nearly $1 billion dollars, and still didn’t balance the budget. Why? Because they are incompetent at their duties. In short, we had to pay them extra so they could balance the budget. Instead, they over-charged us, over-taxed us, and then they over spent the tax increases so much that we still don’t have a balanced budget. Drsicoll is as liberal as they come, despite his portrayal, protests and advertizing claims of independence. His tacit approval of his party strategies and tactics are visible for every voter in the 6th district. He´s as far to left as Lisa Brown, Gregoire, Murray and Cantwell. Sure, he’s had a few votes that his party was able to cover for him, but the people are smarter than he and the far left credit themHis record is there for all to see, and it doesn’t stop with the voting record.In the last two years we’ve experienced record unemployment, record tax increases, a record budget deficit, yet still managed record growth in the size of government and record pay increases for government employees. The Democrat Party, who have held majorities in both houses of congress at both the state and federal level for at least the last 6 years are responsible for these records. Budgets always begin in the House. It’s just that simple.Some people support John Driscoll and think that´s good enough, but I know we deserve better! Some people say Driscoll is not responsible for the tax hikes, the over-spending, and the over-growth of government. I say the proof is there for all to see. It’s time to replace John Driscoll with a true representative of the people. Let’s replace him with a veteran, one who is an owner/operator of his own small business and understands and supports the principles of a limited government with a reduced budget. That Man would be John Ahern. Let’s return Ahern, and return some fiscal sanity to Olympia.
“O’Quinn, who works for Greater Spokane, Incorporated (the chamber of commerce), is prohibited by her employer’s policy from endorsing any candidate.”I’m tired of this lie being repeated. Someone needs to investigate why GSI (which takes taxpayer dollars) is in violation of the law (RCW 42.17.680(2)) and of Shelly’s right to free speech and free association, (1st Amendment). Either Rich Hadley needs to be investigated or perhaps this is another inconvenient “mistruth” from the O’Quinn Campaign, similar to her Campaign Manager’s lies about polling data during the primary. Seems like something a reporter could look into. Hmmm, If only I knew who to call…Secondly why bother quoting her at all? She is irrelevant to the story, unless the goal was to remind us all of her failure to endorse John Ahern. Was that your purpose here? RCW 42.17.680Limitations on employers or labor organizations. (Effective until January 1, 2012.) (2) No employer or labor organization may discriminate against an officer or employee in the terms or conditions of employment for (a) the failure to contribute to, (b) the failure in any way to support or oppose, or (c) in any way supporting or opposing a candidate, ballot proposition, political party, or political committee. At least annually, an employee from whom wages or salary are withheld under subsection (3) of this section shall be notified of the provisions of this subsection
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