Saturday, July 17, 2010

Meg Whitman's Bait and Switch

How does this always happen in California? We always get a politician who will tell us what we want to hear up to the point where we can't do anything about it anymore. We got Arnold and what a joke he turned out to be. Meg Whitman looks to have revealed her true nature a little too soon, and now we actually have a chance to make our voices heard before she can be elected. Of course, even the worst Meg Whitman will be better than anything Jerry Brown can do to us. It is just so disheartening when all the tough talk gets the Pol on the big stage and then, what happens here? Are those special interests so powerful that they threaten lives? Threaten careers and reputations? What makes someone abandon all reason and begin spouting the lies of the left? The answer to the questions asked would shine a bright light on a corrupt state that has to rival Chicago and DC as the most corrupt place in the not for long United States of America.

To always dredge up the ghost of prop 187 and sell it as an affront to people who use their brains denies the truth that 187 was very popular with the voters and thrown out by a judge. Is that another quality we can look to from Meg Whitman? Something Arnold illustrated completely? Not fighting for your cause especially if its right?

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