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lcordero Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jul-17-03 09:29 PM
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4. It would be good and bad for the Democrats
I think it would be a hell of a lot more good than bad though. The Democrats would look at it as a sign to make a HARD LEFT. The DLC & so-called PPI wouldn't have a home anymore.
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  -Could CA elect a Green Governor jiacinto  Jul-17-03 09:12 PM   #0 
  - geez. i heard you wuz one of the politcal experts on DU  KG   Jul-17-03 09:16 PM   #1 
  - CA does have the most elected Green Party officials but---  lcordero   Jul-17-03 09:20 PM   #2 
  - Sounds fishy. There will be Democrats I am sure.  Clete   Jul-17-03 09:23 PM   #3 
  - It would be good and bad for the Democrats  lcordero   Jul-17-03 09:29 PM   #4 
     - Maybe a hard left for CA would fix their budget woes  Yentatelaventa   Jul-17-03 09:41 PM   #9 
     - Do I detect a hint of sarcasm?  pyro1392   Jul-17-03 10:31 PM   #17 
     - Look at this way.  Clete   Jul-17-03 09:43 PM   #10 
  - Nah  jpgray   Jul-17-03 09:33 PM   #5 
  - I was wondering about that  xray s   Jul-17-03 09:37 PM   #7 
  - If he resigns before the vote is certified, Cruz Bustamente  Ponderer   Jul-17-03 09:38 PM   #8 
     - and the recall is cancelled?  xray s   Jul-17-03 09:46 PM   #12 
  - don't kid yourself  mitchtv   Jul-17-03 09:45 PM   #11 
     - I'm hoping he fights it until the last  jpgray   Jul-17-03 11:27 PM   #19 
  - I'm guessing that the CA greens support Arnold Schwartznegger  Lefty48197   Jul-17-03 09:34 PM   #6 
  - if people vote for recall to get a green  mitchtv   Jul-17-03 09:47 PM   #13 
  - heh...your hatred is showing  Terwilliger   Jul-18-03 12:35 AM   #24 
  - Carlos, it would be hilarious , but ...NO  Capn Sunshine   Jul-17-03 10:02 PM   #14 
  - Carlos, it would be hilarious , but ...NO  Capn Sunshine   Jul-17-03 10:03 PM   #15 
  - The short answer is YES  Jack Rabbit   Jul-17-03 10:16 PM   #16 
  - forget it Jack! Greens just support the Pukes  Terwilliger   Jul-18-03 12:37 AM   #25 
  - if wishes were horses , beggars would ride  mitchtv   Jul-18-03 01:17 PM   #27 
     - You seem to believe that this is my desire  Jack Rabbit   Jul-18-03 01:31 PM   #28 
        - to me it is the best strategy  mitchtv   Jul-18-03 01:46 PM   #29 
           - the so very honorable Gray Davis  tinanator   Jul-18-03 04:04 PM   #30 
  - It depends on the candidate & the circumstances  depakote_kid   Jul-17-03 10:43 PM   #18 
  - the implications of it is this  CMT   Jul-17-03 11:49 PM   #20 
  - It will be California that leads the way as usual.  Clete   Jul-17-03 11:54 PM   #21 
  - I'd think if he went Gov to Senator that might be a better move  Aaron   Jul-18-03 12:17 AM   #22 
  - Here's an interesting take...  Loco_moco   Jul-18-03 12:31 AM   #23 
  - Uh, FYI  haymaker   Jul-18-03 12:41 AM   #26 
  - Further FYI  goobergunch   Jul-18-03 04:22 PM   #32 
  - I think CA could.  goobergunch   Jul-18-03 04:21 PM   #31 
  - The question is  imhotep   Jul-18-03 04:31 PM   #33 
  - Greens should concentrate on local elections  WhoCountsTheVotes   Jul-18-03 04:38 PM   #34 
  - Wouldn't Davis resigning put an end to this recall?  wyldwolf   Jul-18-03 05:01 PM   #35 
     - Cruz Bustamante the Lieutenant Governor would become Governor.  Clete   Jul-18-03 05:05 PM   #36 

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