Doyle wrote a letter dated December 21 to Woolsey stating he was "very disappointed" with her vote. He wrote another letter on January 18th and has not received a reply to either letter.
The sheriff told the IJ, "Both times I asked her to answer my questions and she doesn't." He said her vote raises questions about her support of the police and public safety officials.
But Woolsey has time for her friends at the Marin Independent Journal, who've stood by their lady even though they exposed her letter writing on behalf of a child rapist in 2004. She responded to Breithaupt by e-mail, telling him:
"I abhor the murder committed by Mumia Abu-Jamal, however I do not believe that it is the U.S. Congress' place to tell another foreign government what they can or cannot name their own streets."
As to why she has not responded to Doyle, Woolsey told the IJ she receives 3,000 letters, e-mails and phone calls a week and cannot reply to all of them.
Really? You mean to tell me you cannot reply to the Sheriff of Marin County because of the volume of messages you receive? I have a hard time believing that!
I think that is as lame an excuse as the one she gave regarding her vote against a resolution remembering the events of 9/11, in which she blamed the Republican leadership for "politicizing" 9/11.
Woolsey's lack of a reply to Sheriff Doyle is not due to the volume of her messages. It is an example of how she cannot stand for criticism or disagreement from her constituents. I personally can attest to this, as she can get pretty snippy.
Here's an example I found on YouTube. Woolsey evades the concerns of a constituent about the effects of illegal immigration.
The sheriff is right to question her support for public safety officials and police. Woolsey continuously shows her lack of support for the military. Some in the crowd which she spoke to on January 27th in Washington D.C. spat at Joshua Sparling, an Iraq War hero who lost one of his legs due to his wounds. Also, other members of the "peace crowd" spray painted the steps of the Capitol Building (for more mayhem, check out these photos from the Washington rally). Furthermore, what kind of person would write a letter of reference for the rapist of a 17 year old girl?
Lynn, you have a lot to answer for!