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  • Note to Arnie-bots: If Arnold is a "Fiscal Conservative", so is Howard Dean

    08/13/2003 6:08:57 PM PDT · by nwrep · 101 replies · 593+ views
    Various | August 13, 2003 | nwrep
    The self-delusion of some star-struck conservatives here is stunning. In the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, they insisted Arnold was a fiscal conservative, just because he said so. This arrogant proclamation, with no evidence to back it up, was enough for these Arnold-bots. Then today, he dropped a bomb-shell and declared tax-loving, Hillary Clinton supporter Warren Buffett as his economic advisor. When faced with such repudiation of their fantasy, one expects most people to concede their mistake. But not the Arnie-bots. They still insist Arnold is a conservative, just because he has chosen a billionaire to head his...
  • Recall: Poll Reveals Stunning Results

    08/11/2003 6:15:59 PM PDT · by Dane · 47 replies · 294+ views
    SAN DIEGO -- According to an exclusive 10News/Survey USA poll, if the election were held today, Gov. Gray Davis would be recalled and Arnold Schwarzenegger would be elected governor. Of 493 people statewide who say they are "certain" to vote, two-thirds say they will vote to recall Davis from office. And in the second question on the ballot, 51 percent say they will vote for Schwarzenegger, the actor turned candidate.
  • Running Man Hasn’t Won Yet: Don’t believe the CNN-Time recall poll.

    08/11/2003 2:18:28 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 35 replies · 284+ views
    National Review Online ^ | August 11, 2003 | Arnold Steinberg
    The word is that Arnold Schwarzenegger has the race all locked up. Don't believe it. Governor Gray Davis may indeed be recalled. And Arnold Schwarzenegger may in fact become governor. But neither outcome is preordained. The CNN-Time poll released this weekend has received international coverage. It shows the recall comfortably ahead, and Schwarzenegger clearly out in front. The Terminator already is at 25 percent, compared to Democrat Cruz Bustamante at 15 percent, Republican Tom McClintock at 9 percent, Republican Bill Simon at 7 percent, and independent Arianna Huffington, Republican Peter Ueberroth, and Democrat Larry Flynt tied at 4 percent each....
  • MICHAEL MEDVED ANSWERS "BUT HE'S NOT A CONSERVATIVE" CRIES AGAINST SCHWARZENEGGER NOW!

    08/11/2003 12:10:46 PM PDT · by Cinnamon Girl · 332 replies · 1,365+ views
    Michael Medved Show KRLA 870am
    Michael is making the case on his show this hour that Schwarzenegger is good for California and our non-existent Republican party. He's bringing in the many "disenfranchised" voters.
  • Conservatives Say McClintock is Their Man!

    08/11/2003 1:01:38 PM PDT · by DrMartinVonNostrand · 48 replies · 275+ views
    California Republican Assembly gives overwhelming support to Senator McClintock over last year's pick Burbank — Senator Tom McClintock on Sunday received the endorsement of the California Republican Assembly (CRA) for his candidacy for governor in the October 7 recall election. The CRA is the oldest and largest Republican grassroots organization that played a key role in last year’s come from behind victory in the Republican primary. The endorsement was at a special endorsement vote of the California membership during the convention National Republican Assemblies held this past weekend at the Burbank Hilton. "The California Republican Assembly has consistently been in...
  • Gallup Poll: Davis Recall is leading 69% to 26%

    08/11/2003 12:45:05 AM PDT · by ambrose · 79 replies · 380+ views
    Gallup ^ | 8-11-03 | Gallup
    PRINCETON, NJ -- California voters seem poised to dump their current governor more than three years before his term expires and replace him with a popular Hollywood actor with virtually no political experience. If the election were held today, a CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll shows that the recall drive would draw the support of close to two-thirds of California's registered voters (only a majority is needed). Among a list of the more prominent people running to replace the incumbent Governor Gray Davis, Arnold Schwarzenegger draws the most support, with the current lieutenant governor a distant second place.The recall election is scheduled...
  • Are You a McClintock Supporter??? Then Click Here!

    08/11/2003 10:39:41 AM PDT · by Pubbie · 80 replies · 363+ views
    Pubbie | 08/11/03 | Pubbie
    If you support McClintock then please E-Mail and or Call the Following Radio Personalities and ask them to publicly endorse Tom McClintock for Governor. In your E-Mail give a quick analysis of why you feel McClintock is the Man for the job. Thank you for your help: 1) The Rush Limbaugh Radio Show YOU can call The Rush Limbaugh Show program line between 12 Noon and 3PM Eastern Time at: 1-800-282-2882 You can e-mail Rush at: rush@eibnet.com You can fax Rush at: 212-563-9166 2) The Dennis Prager Radio Show PO Box 29023 Glendale, CA 91209 Live - on air -...
  • Schwarzenegger opposed (ILLEGAL) immigrant services

    08/11/2003 8:31:06 AM PDT · by kattracks · 146 replies · 380+ views
    AP | 8/11/03 | SANDRA MARQUEZ
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger voted for a 1994 ballot measure to deny social services to illegal immigrants, his campaign said Sunday — offering the first glimpse of the actor's stand on a major policy issue. The Republican has promoted himself as the candidate in California's gubernatorial recall who can best appeal to the state's politically and ethnically diverse electorate. But Democrats were quick to jump on the disclosure as a chink in the action hero's armor. The GOP-backed Proposition 187 to deny health care and public education to illegal immigrants was passed by a wide margin, although...
  • Why Arnold won't win

    08/11/2003 9:35:13 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 53 replies · 411+ views
    SFGate.com ^ | 8/11/03 | Louis Freedberg - SF Chronicle editorial writer
    <p>DON'T EXPECT Arnold Schwarzenegger to stroll into California's governor's mansion.</p> <p>Why? He is too much of a celebrity, and has too much charisma.</p> <p>Despite what you've been told, Californians no longer want charismatic celebrities as their governor. At least they haven't for the past six gubernatorial elections spanning two decades.</p>
  • Bustamante Must Not Win - How to Beat Him

    08/11/2003 9:39:35 AM PDT · by tallhappy · 30 replies · 283+ views
    8-11-03
    Bustamante Must Not WinDemocrat Strategy The recall candidates are all filed and set. The democrats have held solidarity as much as possible with Cruz Bustamante, the incumbent Lt. Governor as their only candidate. They have decided on their campaign: Recall No, Cruz yes. Their strategy is to urge a no vote on the recall combined with a vote for Bustamante for Governor in the event Davis is recalled. As Lt. Governor, the dems have determined that he “has dibs” on the Governorship, as Frank del Olmo put it in an op-ed piece in the LA Times. The dems came to...
  • TOM MCCLINTOCK WILL BE ON KRLA 870 THIS HOUR!

    08/11/2003 7:18:00 AM PDT · by kellynla · 18 replies · 316+ views
    KRLA 870 ^ | 8/11/2003 | self
    Tom McClintock will be on KRLA 870 this hour. http://www.krla870.com
  • Defense may Backfire for Motorist (Baby Airbag Alert)

    08/08/2003 8:33:25 AM PDT · by You Dirty Rats · 61 replies · 333+ views
    Akron Beacon Journal ^ | August 8, 2003 | Ed Meyer
    Defense may backfire for motorist Husband takes stand for breast-feeding defendant, says she was driving, nursing and talking on phone By Ed Meyer Beacon Journal staff writer RAVENNA - Hoping to prove she was doing nothing wrong when she was breast-feeding her infant daughter while driving on the Ohio Turnpike, Catherine Donkers called her husband to the witness stand Thursday. His testimony, however, may have backfired on both of them as the misdemeanor child-endangering case entered its second day in Portage County Municipal Court. Brad L. Barnhill, Donkers' husband, testified that he was talking to his wife on her cell...
  • Force Simon Out!

    08/10/2003 12:33:36 AM PDT · by DrMartinVonNostrand · 154 replies · 333+ views
    Bill Simon must be stopped. He is heading towards losing TWO election for Republicans in California. Simon needs to be convinced by any means neccessary to drop out and put his support behind Tom McClintock. California FReepers must organize to get the message to him. Put up signs in front of his home, direct confrontation, action committes and networks, whatever it takes. California cannot afford to have Bill Simon blow yet another election. We have put too much work into making this recall happen, and its Simon's fault in the first place. He is obviously too stupid to get a...
  • Schwarzenegger supported '94 ballot measure to deny social services to illegal immigrants

    08/10/2003 5:46:35 PM PDT · by demlosers · 147 replies · 651+ views
    sfgate ^ | Sunday, August 10, 2003 | SANDRA MARQUEZ
    <p>Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger voted for a 1994 ballot measure to deny social services to illegal immigrants, his campaign said Sunday -- offering the first glimpse of the actor's stand on a major policy issue.</p> <p>The Republican has promoted himself as the candidate in California's gubernatorial recall who can best appeal to the state's politically and ethnically diverse electorate.</p>
  • California: Schwarzenegger's support for Prop. 187 reveals glimpse on issues

    08/10/2003 4:58:42 PM PDT · by John Jorsett · 116 replies · 422+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Aug 10, 2003 | Sandra Marquez
    <p>Arnold Schwarzenegger's campaign said Sunday that the actor had voted for Proposition 187, the divisive 1994 ballot measure to deny social services to illegal immigrants, offering a first glimpse at one of his stances on a major policy issue.</p> <p>The Republican has promoted himself as the candidate in California's gubernatorial recall who can best appeal to the state's politically and ethnically diverse electorate. But Democrats were quick to jump on the disclosure as a chink in the action hero's armor.</p>
  • Democrat Spokesman Warns Of 'Real Bullets' Against Arnold; Opponents Race To Find 'Grope Tapes'

    08/10/2003 4:31:13 PM PDT · by John Jorsett · 268 replies · 584+ views
    Drudge ^ | Aug 10, 2003 | Drudge
    California Democratic Party Spokesman Bob Mulholland this weekend warned Arnold Schwarzenegger that "real bullets" will be coming his way during his campaign to be governor, just as opponants race to find alleged videos which claim to show the movie star groping women... Developing...
  • How to Solve the Budget Crisis in Three Easy Steps

    08/10/2003 3:42:15 PM PDT · by Canticle_of_Deborah · 22 replies · 220+ views
    California’s budget crisis is not complicated and it is not intractable and it is not mysterious. Over the last four years, population and inflation have grown at a combined rate of 21 percent. Revenue has grown 28 percent. Spending has grown 40 percent. Our distress is not for lack of revenue but for lack of discipline. And to restore that discipline, three simple acts are all that is needed to put California’s financial crisis behind us. First, the immediate budget shortfall requires policy makers to abide by the first law of holes: when you’re in one, stop digging. Most of...
  • Schwarzenegger May Have Terminated Clintons' Support for Davis

    08/10/2003 2:25:24 PM PDT · by kattracks · 64 replies · 391+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | 8/10/03 | Carl Limbacher and NewsMax.com Staff
    Up until this weekend, Bill and Hillary Clinton were pulling out all the stops to save failed California Gov. Gray Davis from political oblivion and preserve the mega-state's 55 Electoral College votes for Democrats in next year's presidential election. But it looks like the daunting candidacy of action star Arnold Schwarzenegger may prompt the former first couple to terminate their overt support for Davis. "I think that there's a political calculation going on now," reported MSNBC's Nora O'Donnell on Sunday. She noted that it may not be "worth it for [the Clintons] to be standing on the stage with...
  • Schwarzenegger's race helps GOP (immigrant persona deemed a plus)

    08/10/2003 12:27:01 PM PDT · by Liz · 144 replies · 411+ views
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES ^ | 8/10/03 | Donald Lambro
    <p>Arnold Schwarzenegger's bid to recapture the California governorship for the Republicans could dramatically change the face of their party in a major electoral state that is one of the Democrats' biggest political strongholds.</p> <p>"If Schwarzenegger is able to win this and able to successfully govern California, he plants an inclusive Republican flag in a state that Democrats have taken for granted in the last several presidential election cycles," said an unidentified Republican Party official.</p>
  • ARNOLD TO GOP: "COME VIT ME IF YOU VANT TO LIVE"

    08/10/2003 12:54:07 PM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 343 replies · 1,110+ views
    Federal Review ^ | Sunday, August 10, 2003
    As nearly everyone in the free world (and even Ithaca, the City of Evil) has heard, box-office superstar Arnold Schwarzenegger has announced he is running for California Governor in the wake of the pending recall election of incumbant Grey Davis.Early reports have Arnold, a Republican, holding a commanding lead in the polls. Given that California is the largest state in the nation, and given that Arnold is a Republican, you would think that every Republican on earth would be wildly ecstatic right now.Unfortunately, that isn't so. As is, sadly, too often the case, a vocal minority of the GOP is...
  • Vote McClintock; Arnold F. Kennedy is no better than "half-wit" Whitman

    08/10/2003 12:18:33 PM PDT · by nwrep · 56 replies · 622+ views
    August 10, 2003 | nwrep
    In a typically caustic and brilliant column 3 years ago, Ann Coulter accurately described New Jersey RINO Governor Christine Todd Whitman as a "half wit". This characterization was vindicated last year when the New Jersey Supreme Court, which included 5 LIBERAL judges appointed by Gov. Half-Witman set aside the election law and allowed Robert Torricelli to be substituted by Frank Lautenberg, thus handing the Senate seat to the Democrats. For those who are considering supporting Arnold for Governor of California, the lessons learned from the above episode should not be forgotten. A liberal Democrat running as with an R...
  • Some talk hosts saying Simon, McClintock are "Unelectable"?

    08/10/2003 11:00:49 AM PDT · by Brian_Baldwin · 51 replies · 373+ views
    08-10-2003 | brianbaldwin
    What is this I am hearing some (conservative, “hot talk”) radio talk show hosts saying, that Bill Simon and Tom McClintock are “unelectable” in California? Anyone who has seen any of my posts of late, know I am giving Arnold Schwarzenegger the benefit of the doubt and have all three Republicans as considerations. I also feel that Schwarzenegger, now that he is in the race, has the best “chance” of winning over Simon and McClintock. But, “best chance of winning” isn’t what I am hearing from some of these talk show hosts. I've heard it several times now, and Again,...
  • A low blow at Arnold

    08/10/2003 10:07:06 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 33 replies · 357+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | August 10 2003 | Zev Chafets
    I want to say something about the accusations that California gubernatorial candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger is - how to put it? - too Austrian. But before I do, I need to make something clear about my attitude toward Austria: I don't like it. All my life I have endeavored to avoid Austrian products (not hard if you're not into beer and cookies). I've never visited the place and don't intend to. My aim isn't to singlehandedly destroy the Austrian tourist industry. It's just that hanging out with Adolf Hitler's countrymen isn't my idea of a relaxing vacation. I'd probably dislike Austria...
  • Sources: Arnold Taps Riordan for 'Issues Team'

    08/09/2003 7:42:34 PM PDT · by ambrose · 76 replies · 363+ views
    Fox ^ | Today | Fox
    <p>LOS ANGELES — Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger has tapped former Los Angeles Mayor Dick Riordan to create an "issues team" made up of experts on California policy to help his campaign develop specific proposals, Fox News has learned.</p> <p>Two Republican sources very close to the Schwarzenegger campaign told Fox Saturday that Riordan has been asked to create the issues team as the campaign struggles to add specific proposals to Schwarzenegger's "clean house" message.</p>