Governor Meg Lo-Manic?
Sorry, I probably meant to type “Meg Whitman”, but I just had one of those little slips on the keyboard, I guess. Damn these senior moments.
It seems like Meg Whitman has bought up every available moment of advertising in California, especially in radio spots where you can’t see her jowls shaking and all of the liver spots in bloom. You can’t go an hour without hearing her talking about all the things that California needs to have fixed, right now, without a word about how she plans to achieve any of them. Could it be like how she “fixed” eBay by running it into the ground with unmotivated fees and pedantic rules, buying up Paypal and making its use mandatory?
Not for nothing, but I’ve yet to hear one solid statement from her of how she will do anything to make the state goverment better, fix educational problems, lower our taxes without making service cuts, she’s only following the republican methodology of slamming anything anyone else says or does, with no counter plan in place, with no regard for the well being of the state.
Ending this run for office of hers is actually very simple, just voice one important question that she needs to be asked, which goes something like this:
Exactly who did you give your vote to in the last California race for governor?
It’s amazing that no democrat has taken the time to ask this question so that her answer is on the record. Nor has anyone asked her why she won’t take part in public debates with her opponents? Maybe she could try using Sarah Palin’s handy-work technique?
You know what I mean Meg? When you have a tough heckler in the crowd, read that small print message that you wrote on the palm of your right hand, the one that says “Use the middle finger, stupid”.
What’s that Meg? You say you didn’t vote in the last California election? Well then, how about the election before that?
Uh no, much like Dick Cheney felt during the draft for active service in the Viet-Nam war era, there were far more important things to do.
I see, so you skipped that election as well?
Well, yeah…… you could say that.
Hmmm, and the election before that one, too?
This is starting to seem like a witch hunt…
Nice call Meg……
And for me? The negative ad campaign she’s running is enough to convince me that I should re-register as a republican, hold my nose and vote for Steve Poizner using the “Lesser Of Two Weasels” thought process. Think about how many people now really regret not giving more support to Ann Richards to abort (nice how that word fits the occasion) the George W. Bush for governor campaign.