Well, we agree enough that I will cheerfully direct some anger toward the RNC. I was stationed at Edwards AFB from 2001-2004, although I remember more about the recall than the actual election. IIRC, the conservative lost to Arnold’s star power to challenge Davis.
But the trend has not been our friend. 10 years later, California is voting for more and more rats. A presidential candidate in a tough race cannot afford to waste time and uncounted millions contesting California.
Yes, California’s residents are voting more and more for bad policy advocates.
Who are they supposed to get the truth from? They hear the media lies. They hear the Democrats lie. They don’t hear our in-state candidates because they get about 20% of the volume the Democrat does. And when we get a chance to have a real loud-mouth (no insult intended) during the general election process, that person never shows up.
Take any state you want. If that state only has the Democrats and their advocates making their case loud enough for the populace to hear, that state will go south in short order.
No offense taken from your comments. No animosity from this end either.
As you can tell, I’m quite frustrated with the current situation. California has to much potential to be cast adrift like this.
We’re going to screw around and lose California if we’re not smart enough to change our ways.