Comment by Jim Campbell
Where in the world do these people come from? Jan Schakowsky, if you have not seen her You Tubes is a vicious woman. She is a socialist, and a strong proponent of a single payer health care system. What is frightening is that she believes your money isn’t your money - it belongs to the government. She could not be pinned down on a simple question that was asked during the debate, “how much of the money I earn should I be allowed to keep?”
Her blathering for the most part on this radio show went unchallenged. She was wrong on new jobs creation under President George W. Bush. Cutting regulations doesn’t help create help jobs. Her concept of the role of government is right out of the Communist Manifesto.
People with her mind set must be exterminated at the polls in the Peoples Republic of 9th District in IL. You better wake up and smell the coffee and vote her out of office or you will continue to see some of the highest rates of unemployment and run down schools in the state.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message
WLS Radio’s John Dempsey Reports
CHICAGO (WLS) – A lot of reaction Wednesday morning to Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky’s interview with Don Wade and Roma.
Schakowsky said that Americans don’t deserve to keep all of their money because we need taxes to support our society.
Schakowsky also says one reason the 2009 stimulus bill did not succeed was because it was not large enough.
Schakowsky also admitted there are questions about the Obama administration’s connection to the now bankrupt Solyndra solar panel company.
The administration approved nearly $528 million in federal loans to the company, before Solyndra filed for bankruptcy.
Schakowsky sits on the House Energy and Commerce Committee Investigations and Oversight Panel, which is holding hearings Wednesday into the matter. She said she and other Democrats want answers.
“You know, it certainly doesn’t sound good. The Democrats are not going to shrink from actually, you know, from any kind of full investigation of that. If there is a problem we’re certainly going to support the efforts to get to the bottom of this,” Schakowsky said.
Schakowsky did say that even though public money was involved, the Solyndra controversy does not compare to the damage the Enron energy scandal inflicted on the U.S. economy.
Also in the interview, Schakowsky talked about the victory of Republican Bob Turner, in the Tuesday special election to replace ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner. Turner, who is Catholic, won in a district that is heavily Democratic and heavily Jewish, defeating an Orthodox Jewish Democrat.
Schakowsky, who is Jewish, denounced former New York Mayor Ed Koch, for getting involved in the race and criticizing President Obama’s record on Israel.
“I thought it was really shameful in talking about Barack Obama as not good on Israel. He has provided more security for the state of Israel than any other president,” Schakowsky said