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We have no need for Paul Ryan advocate

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Posted: Thursday, September 13, 2012 12:00 am

Thanks to the crackerjack undercover work of Ricky Gill and his campaign team we know that Rep. Jerry McNerney isn't currently in his Brookside home full time.

OK, so it then leads one to ask, "Where in the world is Ricky when he's not beating the bushes?"

Promotional materials provide that when Ricky is here, he lives with his family in the Lodi area. The really neat thing about that is thanks to President Obama's Affordable Care Act, Ricky is covered by mom and dad's health insurance policy.

Ricky also works on the family farm. Personally, I have no problem with that. Any young man who works hard and does his chores deserves to be paid his allowance.

Look, there's a real lack of experience here, evidenced primarily by the fact he hasn't had any real employment outside of his family.

His summed activities are that of privilege and academics, toss in a board membership or two, and that's what is in this shelter.

His narrow political views are an example of this, as he's signed on to Grover Norquist's no-tax pledge. This effectively clears the table of any bi-partisan negotiation to help solve our economic problems.

I'm not going to say he lacks for talent and can't put two words together, but currently those words are tied to a groomed ideology of fairy dust trickle down squat that lacks a social conscience.

We need Jerry McNerney's continued capable representation, not a Paul Ryan advocate.

Jim Sanders

Lodi

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