Sen. Dianne Feinstein ‘I can’t be beat’


By Jim Campbell
U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein isn’t a bit worried. Her campaign is on cruise control, her re-election all but certain.  Clearly, she is unaware of the disgust CA voters have with her failed policies

After holding elected office for all but five of the last 42 years, Feinstein believes she is the doyenne of California Democrats. She’s so politically bulletproof that there is no candidate capable of dethroning her.  She is wrong!


Meet the next U.S. Senator from California, Elizabeth Emken.  Elizabeth served in management, financial analysis, and corporate operations at IBM. As an efficiency and cost cutting expert, Elizabeth used activity-based cost analyses to identify administrative savings across IBM U.S. – helping streamline operations, eliminate waste, and save the company millions of dollars.

For over a decade she has served as an advocate for developmentally disabled children, most recently as Vice President for Government Relations at Autism Speaks, the Nation’s largest science and advocacy organization devoted to the public health emergency of autism.
Feinstein’s liberal policies along with California’s more progressive Senator from CA, Barbara Boxer have driven California into the economic abyss.  Feinstein has little understanding of the private sector because she hasn’t worked in the private sector.

Nearly four million more people have left the Golden State  in the last two decades than have come from other states. This is a sharp reversal from the 1980s, when 100,000 more Americans were settling in California each year than were leaving. Most of those leaving are young families and California’s future tax base.

California’s current unemployment rate  10.9%, double that during the Presidency of George W. Bush.  It has led the nation in home foreclosures with loans guaranteed by Fannie Mae and Freddie.

At 78, Feinstein has become the rare lawmaker who plays to her own political base while not excessively riling her opponents. The over-confident Feinstein believes that she should have her easiest re-election ever.  She is wrong as rising super star Elizabeth Emken (R-CA) completely opposed to Feinstein’s failed policies and will work to restore California to its former title of “The Golden State.”

“We need new energy, new focus and frankly, new personalities in the U.S. Senate,” said Emken, 49, the California GOP’s endorsed candidate. “Whether it is debt, energy or health care, I believe Dianne Feinstein is on the wrong side of it.”  “ I will work for economic growth, lower taxes accountability in Washington, and unlike Senator Feinstein, I’m pro Second Amendment.

Senator Feinstein has done little to fix California’s problems, in fact her policies and agenda have created them.  Feinstein has been in office “Too long and she is Too wrong for California.

You can join the winning team by visiting and contributing to Elizabeth Emken today.
Remember, Diane Feinstein=Too Long and Too wrong for California.

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4 responses to “Sen. Dianne Feinstein ‘I can’t be beat’

  1. If people is CA vote this women back in – then they deserve to suffer under her failed policies. You would think they had learned, but suffer with what you vote for. Just like the people in Nevada that voted Reid back in. Some things aren’t meant to understood i guess.

  2. I would love to see her get voted out… that would really make my day I hate snotty ppl and she seems to be one

  3. This b—h thinks she can’t be beat- -just give me a bullwhip and I’ll show her what “beat” really is!

  4. Sharon-it wasn’t “citizens” of Nevada that voted prince harry back in; it was the illegals and the SEIU “controlled” voting machines!

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