To be fair, Brad Kippert told us what we would get if we elected him and he certainly has lived up to his word. He has voted "No" on just about everything, even when he's been in a minority of only two within his own party.
Voting "No" is not enough! We elect representatives to solve problems, not to make them worse. Voting "No" may soothe the frustration level, but it doesn't solve problems. Problems, by their very nature, cost money to solve. Think of that in terms of your own lives. You find alternative solutions, you prioritize, you seek help. Voting "No" only means that the help you seek no longer will be there.
Brad Klippert cannot separate his own narrow social agenda from his votes. He has admitted that. Carol Moser is a proven problem solver. She brings people together instead of driving them apart. She's a facilitator. She's independent. She searches for solutions. Voting "No" is not being independent and it's not being smart. It's just lazy and it's mindless.
C. Mark Smith, Richland