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Old 10-23-2010, 09:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Twoller View Post
Those hoping that their vote for Whitman might have some meaning might consider another possibility. Democrats might very well cross party lines to vote for Whitman over Brown. There are plenty of Democrats who remember Brown when he governor before. Is everyone clear on the fact that Brown has already been governor of California once before? Not everyone who voted for him the last time are going to vote for him again. Notice that Brown is not campaigning on what he did the last time he was in office.

Let them put Whitman into office. Don't go on the record supporting somebody who doesn't support you.
Some might very well cross party lines both ways. And just how old are those who voted for Brown last time around? Who amongst all the registered voters actually remember Brown's previous Goobernatorial antics first hand?

It doesn't matter what a candidate campaigns on, it's what they do after the election.

Whitman will be a clog in the works, I believe Brown will be another Obama with a definite and solid legislative majority behind him.
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