Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
HindenbUrg.Or if you prefer the Mister's version, Hindenbird.
D'oh! Fixed. I plead earliness.
If the folks in PRC elect him again it will serve them right. Isn't the Cal Attorney General an elected post? Not like the PRC Govt isn't full of repeat offenders (c.f. Dellums, Ron)anyway.
Back around 1977 I was at a big national environmental conference in LA. The Moonbeam gave a fifteen-minute talk. Well, actually, a five-minute talk repeated twice. Boring inanities.Afterwards, almost all the women I heard talking about his speech spoke of the depth and profundity and how wonderful he was. Damfino, but these were professionals from Fed and State, from all over the country.Charisma? I guess--but it sure wins elections...Art
CA will get the government it deserves. Just don't bill me for the bailout.
Debt by majority. Savers and the debt free are chumps.
I suppose he can't be worse than Conan. Well, not much worse.Either way, glad I don't live there any more.
Paging Linda Rondstadt.
Many, many CA gun owners will be voting for him. He's vigorously (if quietly) pro-RKBA and has done lots of behind-the-scenes things to help the movement, including reining in our state Bureau of Firearms. His likely opponent, Meg Whitman, was head of eBay, not known for its pro-gun policies.When we go to an IOU-all-the-time payment structure, default on our bonds, and the streets turn to chaos, I'd rather have a governor who I absolutely know won't issue orders to confiscate firearms.
We can join the suede denim secret police!w.v. recouthe - how the uncouth regain a place in society
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