Janet Oleszek participated in a candidate’s forum held by Equality Fairfax, and in that friendly crowd managed to open her remarks bemoaning that after being raised in Sacremento, California, she finds Virginia not very much to her liking:
“[I] was born and raised in Sacramento, and was raised in an era of optimism, an era of we can do it, we can solve problems, we can go to the moon, we can be socially aware and compatible. And I have moved to a Virgina that is very different than the Sacramento that I was raised in.”
That’s quite a complaint. Perhaps voters in the 37th District of Virginia might not care to reproduce the culture of Sacramento, California here. Sure, it’s a wonderful place, but if we really wanted to live in Sacramento, we always can move there. Instead, we chose to be Virginians.
Speaking of which, Janet, if you really think Sacramento is more to your liking, what in the heck are you doing here?
Moments later, the very first thing she trots out to describe her outlook on Gay-Lesbian-Bisexual-Transgendered issues is “I am a Californian.” Not a Virginian, but a Californian. And she’s running for the Virginia State Senate.
I think she’s in the wrong state. Is it time for “surf’s up, Janet!”?
Cooch, you need to hammer her on this. Unbelievable.
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