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Gray no, Arnold yes

Thursday,  10/02/03  10:43 PM

I'm voting.  Absentee ballot.  In the end, it was easy:

I absolutely do think Gray Davis isn't doing a good job, and someone else could do better. 

Gray Davis no vote

I absolutely don't think voting for Cruz Bustamante makes sense; even if I liked his views, which I don't, and could tolerate his relationship with Indian casino operators, which I can't, he's part of the Davis regime.  How can you vote to recall Davis and then vote for Cruz? 

I like Tom McClintock.  I pretty much agree with his views and think he'd do a good job.  Maybe in a different world I'd pick him over Arnold Schwarzenegger, based on experience.  But he doesn't have enough support to win, so voting for McClintock means taking a vote away from Arnold, which means voting for Cruz.  So...

Arnold Schwarzenegger yes vote

Here we go, it will be interesting.

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