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Old 08-08-2003, 09:35 AM   #15
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Here in Wisconsin some juggling on the state level made the county not responsible...
That's why it's so important that everyone keep their eyes on the shell with the pea under it.

The selling of Snake Oil is a great American tradition - one that will be with us forever.

Seems like adding to deficits or punting the problem down the line is the current fad as we all seem to want to avoid paying retail price for a civilized society.

Wonder, do they sell civilized society kits at WallyMart or Sam's Club?
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Old 08-08-2003, 03:01 PM   #16
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"And Monday, the carpetbagger in N.Y. may announce her intentions of moving to California and throwing her hat in the ring."

Hey, hey, hey, now... be careful!!! Some of us think that the only place that carpetbagger should go is to the top job in the Whitehouse in 2012, after serving as Vice President under Dean's second term in 2008. :sporty
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Old 08-08-2003, 04:47 PM   #17
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Well...

Then there are some of us who would hate to deprive you of her. ;)
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Old 08-09-2003, 10:10 AM   #18
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Schwarzenegger was on the news today, saying his decision to run for governor was the hardest decision he has had to make "since deciding to get a bikini wax."

So, I guess, what I'm asking here ... is to all you fiberglassrv'ers who live in California ...

For whom are you going to vote?
When Daryl Issa (the SoCal congresscritter who provided much of the funding for the recall effort) dropped out of the race, many people speculated it was because of Arnold. During his 'dropping out of the race' news conference, Issa discussed his intentions if things didn't improve in California. He said 'I'll be back.' I don't know if it was an intentional reference to the familiar Schwarzenegger line from Terminator, but it did come off kinda funny.

Who will I vote for? The most libertarian leaning candidate on the ballot of course... :)
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Old 08-09-2003, 11:26 AM   #19
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In my own humble opinion Arnold comes off as if he's been put up to it by an ambitious wife... speaking of political history.
But as I understand it, he's Republican and she's not.
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Old 08-09-2003, 11:42 AM   #20
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What I find funny about the whole situation, if there is anything funny... Is that Issa wouldn't be able to win the election outright, so he had to make and end run around the voters choice by spending millions of his dollars to get a fraction of Californians (many who didn't even vote last time) to recall Davis. After all his hard work and visions of being Reagan Redux... he gets blindsided by Schwarzenegger.

What comes around, goes around...
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Old 08-09-2003, 05:31 PM   #21
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governor

My vote has to be for Larry Flynt. We have huge budget problems here in California. Who better to solve this problem than a true "skin" Flynt?

Sorry. I must have eaten too much tofu with my sprouts.:wave
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Old 08-09-2003, 05:38 PM   #22
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All we can say is that we are Californians and it was way past time to recall Gray Davis ....... our state went deep into debt with him as Governor. Tripling the car tax was the last straw.....

(Californians) are being laughed at right now, but we will come out better in the end.

Keep watching....... :wink
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Old 08-10-2003, 09:45 AM   #23
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Why doesn't Davis................

........... resign from office today and save the citizens multi-millions of dollars in recall costs? Wouldn't that make the recall moot? Cruz Bustamante (current Lt. Gov.) would become governor and all the Democrats, at least, would be happy. Gray's going to be gone in any scenario, and, it seems to me, that type of strategy would be the only way the Demos can hold on to the exec office. (I hope they don't listen to me!) ;)

Of course, I'm still for the Terminator and that's who would be my guy if I still lived there!
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Old 08-10-2003, 10:28 AM   #24
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Hey Guys:
We have 11 Democrats we can send to California for you. They seem to like being anywhere but Texas.
Aren't Politicians a hoot? After a while they remind me of the cartoons I watched when I was a kid.
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Old 08-10-2003, 11:51 AM   #25
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I hope you are all keeping track of the people running for Governor... We even have a dog to vote for.... It's sad to see such a joke being made out of something very serious...... But this is California... for $3500 and 65 signatures ... you too could run for governor if you live in California.

It really narrows down to just a few candidates and the rest are throwing their money away just to say they once ran for Governor. I wish I had their money to throw away.

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Old 08-10-2003, 12:22 PM   #26
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........... resign from office today and save the citizens multi-millions of dollars in recall costs? Wouldn't that make the recall moot? Cruz Bustamante (current Lt. Gov.) would become governor and all the Democrats, at least, would be happy. Gray's going to be gone in any scenario, and, it seems to me, that type of strategy would be the only way the Demos can hold on to the exec office. (I hope they don't listen to me!) ;)

Of course, I'm still for the Terminator and that's who would be my guy if I still lived there!
Even if Davis did resign today, the replacement part of the recall would still happen, it's the way the law reads. So Busamante would have have a job for about 8 weeks until the new election, and then more than likely be "terminated"...

What I find interesting is that under normal circumstances, the RNC would be doing a happy dance that a Republican is the front runner in a dedicated Democrat state, but they've been completely silent. Maybe because while Ahhnold is a Republican he flies in the face of the Republican agenda... I mean he's pro-choice, pro-public schools, pro gay rights, and worst of all he was against the impeachment debacle a few years ago. In other words, he's their worst nightmare, someone they can't control... kinda like Dean in the Democratic camp.
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Old 08-11-2003, 10:07 AM   #27
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California is a wonderful place with lots of good people (like our forumites here) but it's a liberal experiment manifested. Ozzy Osbourne, Gary Coleman and Arnold- how appropriate. I'd say Arnold can surround himself with enough good people to do the job. If I lived there (never) he'd have my vote. A bit naive but I think his motivation is honorable since he doesn't need the power or money. You liberals can take heart that there is a Shriver/Kennedy involved. God knows the professional politicos can't get their act together!! Driver's licenses for illegals and no exit exam for HS students- sheesh. Sounds like paradise to me!!!
As for Dean/Hitlary, not in a million years. Socialism does not work- just ask the Canadians about national health care. We have lived under a liberal agenda since the 60's civil rights stuff. Like many things, I agree in principle and change was needed but like unions and affirmative action it has been usurped by those who do not care about helping themselves and only degrades the country. Liberals need to realize that they do not know what is best for me(we Americans can make our own choices). Welfare and public housing are a joke, and I am already paying 40% of my income in taxes. If that bunch get in I'll be paying 70. Savage is in SanFran, let's put him on the ballot too. Just kidding here....

Borders/Language/Culture- live it or lose it!!!
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Old 08-11-2003, 10:39 AM   #28
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I hope you are all keeping track of the people running for Governor... We even have a dog to vote for.... It's sad to see such a joke being made out of something very serious...... But this is California... for $3500 and 65 signatures ... you too could run for governor if you live in California.
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Great idea!! we could all chip in and get Carol to run. then we move to California and vote for her. She could then pass a law that molded fiberglass traiers are not taxed. :yep I like it. :thumb
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