Post a link for contributions! I’m sure he can use them......
Looks like he wants open borders and wants people to be able to vote without showing documentation.
Looks like he wanted to impeach both Bush and Cheney for supposedly lying about Iraq (wonder if he would impeach Obama for lying about his birth certificate?)
Looks like he’s pro-abortion and has no problem with kids being transported across state lines to avoid parental notification.
Looks like he’s soft on criminals.
Looks like he supports a communist Islamist group in Iran.
Looks like he’s a tax and spend liberal.
Looks like he doesn’t want the drug laws enforced - and particularly doesn’t want enforcement to prevent Mexican drug gangs from getting drugs into the country. That, right there, should be a killer for him, if anybody has been paying attention to what those drug gangs are doing. I didn’t look at the video you linked to a while ago showing what these gangs do because I had a bad experience almost going into shock from watching a beheading, but with the violence that is going on and coming always nearer, his nonchalant attitude about keeping this stuff out of America should be poison to his chances for re-election.
The evasion of questions reminds me of other (corrupt) government entities I’ve dealt with.
And whoever it was who mocked Popaditch’s eye patch deserves a swift kick in the shins, or maybe a little higher than that and more hard than swift.
Good luck on getting him replaced.
The link to the Popaditch site didn’t work. Not sure what’s up with that.
Are there recent polls on this race?
Also - I loved the section about the Alinsky tactics on the voteoutthebum site. Gosh, are those ever familiar. lol
This link for Popaditch’s site works: http://www.popaditchforcongress.com/
Here’s the page to contribute:
Hey, Bokababe. Is there a CA ping list? Do you know how a person could ping such a list if there is one? Thanks!
Lose the Chicken suit. No one will take you seriesly. Really.OTT, good luck in Nov.
The district was almost 40% Hispanic (redistricting in 2000 made it 53% Hispanic) and heavily Democratic, and his victory in November (with 57 percent of the vote) was a foregone conclusion. He has been reelected six times with no substantive Republican opposition. He ran unopposed in 1998.
Filner is ranking Democrat on the United States House Transportation Subcommittee on Aviation. He is a founding member of the Progressive Caucus. In 2007 Filner became chairman of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.
Filner has a bitter rivalry with Juan Vargas, another Democratic politician who has run against Filner in the Democratic primary three times. Filner won the latest Democratic primary, on June 6, 2006, with 51% of the vote, in a race against Vargas and two minor challengers, Danny Ramirez and Jesse Bresnihan. Filner and Vargas have accused each other of corruption.
He was one of the 31 who voted in the House to not count the electoral votes from Ohio in the 2004 presidential election. 
This website, http://votethebumout.weebly.com/, is great.
You guys keep up the great work out there.
Filner ranks amongst the worst of the worst
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