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Is the fact that arnolds not a politician reason enough(7 posts)

Is the fact that arnolds not a politician reason enoughjrm
Oct 6, 2003 3:21 PM
to vote him in as the next california governor?
the real question is, ......Starliner
Oct 6, 2003 3:57 PM
Should the career politicians who daily prove to be lousy actors be replaced by a real actor who wants to be a politician?
that fact that he's not Grayout Davis is reason enough nmDougSloan
Oct 6, 2003 7:27 PM
How is Gray Davis responsible for the Cali energy problems? NMTri_Rich
Oct 7, 2003 9:19 AM
More fodder for the "stupid electorate" theory...Brooks
Oct 7, 2003 3:06 PM
If Davis is so dispised, how is it he was re-elected less than a year ago? If the Repubs were so incensed, why did they vote for Simon and not Riordan to run against Davis? And now Ah-nold? Informed voters? I think not! And now we hear the Dems may organize a recall if Ah-nold wins. This could go on and on until the state legislature removes this stupid recall law. God, I'm glad I don't live in California anymore.
re: Is the fact that arnolds not a politician reason enoughHot Carl
Oct 6, 2003 9:52 PM
If Californians elect him, I'm positive they'll get what they deserve. I'm not so sure they'll be aware of it. Anyway, if things start to look iffy, they can hold another recall.
Yesmohair_chair
Oct 7, 2003 6:45 AM
Eisenhower never held elected office before he became President. I just don't see what the big deal is. All politicians had to start somewhere. The way I see it, the higher they start, the less corrupt they are likely to be. I'm not interested in some guy who has been kissing butts for 20 years on school boards and in local government just to get his shot at the big time. He's dead on arrival in my eyes. I'm not interested in ambition in my politicians. I'm interested only in results.