DiFi Gets a Challenger?

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the DINO warmonger from California, faced with money woes and a 41 percent approval rating, the lowest of her Senate career, could get a senate challenger.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports Michael Reagan, a former conservative talk-radio host and the son of former President Ronald Reagan, is considering a run.

According to the article:

For the first time since being elected to the Senate in 1992, a plurality – 44 percent – of Field Poll respondents were “not inclined” to vote for her while 41 percent were. The margin of error for the survey is plus or minus 3.2 percentage points.

Compounding DiFi’s problems is money:

Longtime campaign treasurer, Kinde Durkee, has been arrested on charges that she stole or misappropriated $670,000 from state Assemblyman Jose Solorio, D-Anaheim. Feinstein’s $5.2 million re-election war chest may or may not be “wiped out,” said her campaign consultant Bill Carrick.

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8 Responses to DiFi Gets a Challenger?

  1. DMason says:

    Michael Reagan? You’re shittin’ me.

  2. Frank in Castaic says:

    While I wouldn’t vote for Michael Reagan if you gave me season LA Dodger tickets, I think Dianne Feinstein far too conservative to represent the people of California.

    She is in a unique position to help the state’s unemployment problem now at 12.1%.

  3. retahyajyajav says:

    Feinstein is very good on some issues like repealing DADT and DOMA, and overturning Prop 8.

    But on matters like the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, she’s to the right of the old Coot McCain. Her personal, political philosophy is schizophrenic and informed by how much money she and hubby Richard Blum can pocket from their investment portfolios.

  4. Robyn says:

    DiFi can buy a Senate seat. I’d vote for her in a heartbeat if Michael Reagan ran against her. He’s a kook.

  5. Scott Dancer says:

    DiFi is the luckiest woman on earth.

    She married an older, wealthy doctor who died. She ran for San Francisco city council, won, and as a result of the assassination of Mayor Moscone, she became mayor and later, ran for US Senator and won. DiFi isn’t the brightest bulb in the box but she’s a hard worker and spends 10-to-12 hours each day in her office. She’s become more of a lefty over time too.

    But her second marriage to Richard Blum and the couple’s personal investment in a company with ties to the military, industrial complex, casts a dark shadow on her character. I do not trust her.

  6. Harry says:

    I remember when the late Herb Caen coined her hair the “Planet of the Apes” do. Feinstein was livid but San Francisco roared.

  7. Thai Noodles says:

    Feinstein is awful. The true clone of Alioto.

    How can she keep getting elected to office? Push her off a cliff before she can drum up more money and mount another campaign to win six more years. She was a terrible mayor and lousy senator.

    Bye-bye Di Fi.

  8. Fran says:

    Found this on wiki:
    In 1964 he graduated from the Judson School, a boarding school outside of Scottsdale, Arizona. At his high school graduation, Ronald Reagan introduced himself to his son by saying, “My name is Ronald Reagan. What’s yours?”. He replied, “I’m your son, Mike.” “Oh,” says Ronald Reagan. “I didn’t recognize you.”


    We don’t need no more stinking Reagan republicans, find a better replacement for DiFi.

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