I'm not an "R" because I like r's.
I'm an "R" because of what their principles are supposed to be.
It is time for an OFFICIAL religious conservative caucus within the Republican Party. They should advance their own candidates and endorse candidates. Based on the positions of various candidates in any given race, they might find themselves endorsing a Constitution Party or a Libertarian Party candidate.
In California they'd almost certainly be endorsing McClintock OVER Arnie.
Scared that you may find out that you are screaming "the sky is falling" over nothing?
Granted, I know it wouldn't be very big to begin with... :-)
Which would followed by the election of Bustamante.
OK, when's the first meeting? We need to get a declaration and by-laws written and appoint some leadership. I don't want to see some lightwieght, backpeddling pussies like Falwell or Robertson as leaders.
Except for the fact that McClintock has little money, or name recognition, and Cruz 'LaRaza' Bustamante has the 80 million dollar backing of organized labor on his side.
The media Love Davis and Bustamante, and despise McClintock. They are also limited in their ability to attack Arnie, since he has quite a following. This evening there will be a televised 'debate' between the candidates in the town where I grew up. The Contra Costa Slimes, which played a big part in attacking Bill Simon with false inuendo in the last election, is sponsoring said 'debate' (along with KQED the local Communist TV station), so I'd say that Arnie has made a wise decision to avoid that circus, with it's canned, pre-set questions (public need not apply).
I wasn't a Swartzeneggar proponent until it became clear last week that he is the only chance we have to halt the slide of our state.
It is encouraging that he has shown the good judgement to avoid giving that forum any false validity. - (McClintock and Uberroth, why are you going?)
Our greatest weapons anyway are not the vote but prayer and witnessing, getting the unsaved saved.
What saved England from the French Revolution was the revival by the Methodists.