August 08, 2003

The Revolution Begins

I've been surfing more blogs and have found some very funny, erudite bloggers out there. Check out author Jennifer Weiner's SnarkSpot and A Small Victory to see what women bloggers are out there doing. Don't worry, I'll add them to my links section. Once I get Kevin to show me how to do it again.

Now I simply cannot be a Californian blogger without saying something about Arnold, The Other Arnold (aka Gary Coleman), the leprous Davis, and basically the whole California Recall thing.

What do I think? Well I wasn't thrilled to see Davis win the first election. In fact, Davis's negative advertising essentially doomed the campaign of my favorite candidate (Richard Riordan--who was going to get my vote despite the fact that he's a Republican). But anyway, Davis did WIN the first election, after all. I think a recall is a dangerous precedent to set.

The addition of Arnold makes it all the more ludicrous. Firstly, I don't understand the buddy-buddy relationship between Arnold and My Favorite Candidate (see Riordan, above) that forces Riordan not to run AGAIN just because Arnold is running. How ridiculous is that? Let's see, who is more qualified. A former mayor of Los Angeles vs. a guy who officially announces his candidacy on Jay Leno. It's embarassing, really. And I have a really bad gut feeling that he's going to win this one. How depressing.

Posted by Shelby at August 8, 2003 05:00 PM

Please do consider that, in spite of his 'movie-star' status, Arnold also has a very good degree in business. He's anything BUT stupid; he just plays stupid in the movies as a career. Listen to him with an open mind; he may surprise you.

Posted by: MommaBear at August 10, 2003 09:49 AM

Thanks for commenting! :) Click on my name for my reply.

Posted by: Shelby at August 10, 2003 04:28 PM
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