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Homer12 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Aug-06-03 08:42 PM
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California's Should RUN a Anti-recall Campain and Petition
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Edited on Wed Aug-06-03 08:49 PM by Homer12

If you value fair elections people in california that see this partisian repuiblican attack on your voting rights should mount an anti-recall petition.

Get 1.3 million people to sign a petition saying they are against a recall election. Make people realize the horrible preseident that will be set in California that will reverberate across the USA.

Davis will not be the last governer recalled, if the Republicans are successfull; Wisconsin will be next.

I'm from wisconsin, and I am getting ready to use this tactic if the conservatives and the republicans decide to pull this trick on James Doyle, at the moment they are trying to get him in a trap, and set him up for when he is eligable for recall.

Anti-recall petitions are a way WE can fight back. to show that as many people don't want a recall as those that do, show's that the recall people are equalled out or are a minority voting block trying to overturn a fair election.

The conservatives will not stop untill they totaly dominate: remeber to them the Ends-justify-the-means.

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