Just look at the issues, and it’s clear that I’m not who I say I am. I like to say one thing in front of TV cameras and in the paper, and then say another thing when the cameras are off. Here’s a sample of issues where I’m not being straight with you:
When talking to mainstream audiences, I distance myself from extreme right-wing Republicans who have gained national notoriety for attacking working families. But I have positions on organizing rights, minimum wage increases, and health care that show my true colors.
During my last seven years in Olympia, I’ve pretended to stand up for Washington’s consumers and middle class. I’m hoping you don’t take a closer look at my position on Big Banks and Big Oil. As Attorney General, I’m supposed to protect consumers, but consumers have suffered under my watch.
I get a lot of help from my friends Karl Rove, the Koch Brothers, and the Tea Party. I even told the Tea Party, “I represent you.”
I keep changing my mind on the Affordable Care Act, mostly based on the political influences I’m feeling at any given time.
I know that education is an important issue for most voters, so I’ve worked very hard to make it look like I support our public education system.
I have worked very hard to develop a reputation for being pro-transparency in government, but if you look at my record, it is clear that I haven’t earned it.