Skip to comments.A rare breed: congress members voting for every spending cut
Posted on 02/25/2011 3:13:48 PM PST by Mark Landsbaum
As Shakespeare, or someone else, said, Consistency, though art a jewel. The jewels of the House of Representatives include locals Ed Royce, John Campbell and the man who should have been governor, Tom McClintock.
The folks over at Heritage Action for America sum it up this way: . . .
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I love and respect Tom McClintock but a man who is unable to effectively speak on television and radio is not suited to being an effective governor of a state that is attuned to the public image. In short, he mumbles a lot and his lips barely move when he speaks and it can be rather distracting at times. I wish he’d invest in voice and image coaching because it’d be awesome to see him in a higher office.
I kind of like plain speak...if you like glib bullshitters then you must love zero.... That boy will speak sweet nothings in your ear,,,well so long as his teleprompter don’t break down!
I like plain speaking, too. Sarah Palin, for instance, manages this without mumbling. I’m just saying that after so many years in politics that Tom owes it to us to take the time to improve his speaking skills so he can get elected to a higher office.
I’m on his side here.