Thursday, June 10, 2010

What do Jon "My wife's a physician" Russell and Tim "The Liar" Leavitt have in common?

They both want the bridge, neither care about tolls, and they want light rail.

The Liar made his position clear: No bridge tolls.

Except, of course, unless the bridge has to have tolls... then they're OK, because, as The Liar tells us, he's "not an obstructionist."

Of course, anyone paying attention knows that the bridge will not be built WITHOUT tolls... so what that means is that Leavitt wants the bridge, which won't be built without loot rail... and as a result, in reality, he wants tolls, since there ain't gonna be a bridge without them.

That brings us to Jon Russell, who has been known to pander on occasion.

Russell told the Columbian editorial board that he wants the bridge... but that he doesn't want tolls, either.

Were have we heard that before?

And, of course, Russell is not above pandering to the editorial board. After all, they support the massive waste of billions of dollars as much as he does; they don't care that the unnecessary replacement of the bridge will blow a $100,000,000 per year hole in our local economy by vacuuming out moneys that would otherwise be spent here; and they supported the massive tax increase of the Port Levy that Russell was paid thousands of dollars to try and ram down our throats.

Given his lies to date, there is no doubt he would say or do anything to abandon the voters of Washougal. But keeping this little secret under the table?

Well, that's why *I'M* here... isn't it?

So, 18th District there you have it. Jon Russell doesn't give a damn if you have to pay $1300 per year in addition to the horrific taxes you already pay just to go to work.

Remember that when you're filling out your ballot, won't you? I know *I* will.

Crossposted at Clark County Politics.


  1. It is sad to see someone your age with such an obsession. Besides, if he sucks as bad as you say, then your friend Ann Rivers should have no problem winning.

  2. It's sad to have an obsession with having truthful people in government for a change?

    I think not. In fact, I think it's sad that you don't seem to care who gets elected.

    Thanks for stopping by.