Well, I'm seeing something different, and that is Arnie taking charge and addressing some serious issue, unafraid of upon whose toes he steps. I see him making change that a normal politician couldn't. I see a potential ground swell of change, many festering issues drained, many compromises made, many hard steps taken and real and genuine progress made. Uniting across party lines for the common good, with respect and tolerance. I see it as an opportunity too good to miss. Some of the compromises might not be what rather, but that is the nature of compromise.
Hey, D1, why do I waste my time saying this, only to have evidence demanded of me?
posted on 09/17/2003 5:01:00 PM PDT
by 68 grunt
(3/1 India, 3rd, 0311, 68-69)
To: 68 grunt
Some of you seem oblivious to an inconvenient factoid; Legislative Republicans hold their Caucus meetings in a phone booth.
To hold McClintock responsible for not "accomplishing" anything, or lacking so-called successes, demonstrates a profound misunderstanding, with all due respect, of the political climate in Sacramento.
Finally, ponder this outrage; Davis may very well be the most Moderate Democrat in the entire statewide caucus.You can't compromise with them, they are political terrosists.
To: 68 grunt
This is one we'll have to stick to our personal perceptions and hope that things play out favorable to our cause. We are presented with a problem and each of us is going to have to deal with it the best way we can. For me that Schwarzenegger. For others it may be to vote for McClintock and see Bustamante elected. Look, we'll have to deal with it if that's what comes of this. That's life.
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