Mark Meuser, the Republican candidate for state Senate, accepted the offer and has been blogging for Patch on the various measures and propositions on the ballot for the general election this Nov. 6.
State Democratic Senator Mark Desaulnier has declined the offer to blog on the measures and propositions for Patch.
Because Desaulnier has declined to blog on Patch, I believe him to be a scoundrel. I believe Desaulnier to be a scoundrel because he knows he does not have to make any noise to be elected and returned to the state Senate.
Desaulnier's election is assured by way of the redistricting and he expects to be returned to the state Senate along with the majority of the California Senate and Assembly candidates.
Desaulnier not blogging on the issues on Patch demonstrates his non-effort to go out and earn his candidacy and election. He, like a number of other candidates in the Democratic party.
Candidates like Pete Stark, who has had a free ride for decades. His fellow Democrats and colleagues in the House ignore him and even refused to give him a committee chairmanship.
Candidates like Mary Hayashi, a convicted criminal, carpetbagging her way onto the ballot for Alameda County Board of Supervisors. District Two in Alameda County is overloaded with Democrats by way of redistricting.
I have been a registered Democrat all my life, but in the last general election I voted for John McCain. In this election, I will not vote for Mitt Romney and I will not vote for Barack Obama.
I may write in John McCain for president. Also, I will vote for Mark Meuser and I will vote for Eric Swalwell. I will vote no and against all tax increase measures and propositions that are on my ballot.
I believe that when a voter is displeased and uncomfortable with the two major party candidates for president, the voter should be given a "bye" and be provided with two votes in the next general election for president.
Although I have been a registered Democrat all my life, I have in recent years become embarrassed and ashamed with elected officials of my party. Elected officials such as Mary Hayashi and Pete Stark, to name two. And now a third, Sen. Desaulnier, by way of his laziness to not go out and work to earn his job.