Sunday, October 23, 2005

Join Arnold 2006?

Some high level Democrat operative friends of mine insist that Arnold will seek re-election even if he loses 74, 75, 76, & 77.

What do you think? Does Arnold seek re-election if he loses ALL of his reform package?

If yes, will Arnold keep his advisors?

If no, who will run for Governor on the Republican side?

1. Senator Tom McClintock
2. Darrell Issa
3. Bill Simon

11 Comments:

At 10/23/2005 10:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Arnold was angry about losing the measures and figured running for reelection was hopeless, he could still mess up the Democratic party royally by not finishing out his term and making Cruz Bustamante the Governor of California.

 
At 10/23/2005 10:23 AM, Anonymous Flap said...

It doesn't make any difference if any of the Propositions pass.

And at least 75 will.

The Governor has already won the election:

http://flapsblog.com/?p=991

Flap

 
At 10/23/2005 2:29 PM, Blogger Pete St. John said...

2006 is setting up to be a bad year for the GOP nationally.

IF Arnold is on the top of the ticket, we have a shot at stopping a national trend of GOP losses.

However, if it is Issa or Simon or whoever at the top... the CAGOP will go the same way as the RNC.

I'm no fan of Arnold's, but he IS our only hope of getting guys like Tom, Tony, and Simon elected.

 
At 10/23/2005 4:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

sure would help if we EVER had a minority on the ticket... especially one with impeccable credentials. Like Pierre Prosper - he would HELP Arnold look more appealing. When are we going to stop shooting ourselves with middle-aged white guys like the RNC does year after year???

 
At 10/23/2005 6:37 PM, Blogger Roseville Conservative said...

Hi Anonymous Coward...

Pierre Prosper is a train Wreck...

I don't care how much money you think he has... Pooch is the man.

 
At 10/23/2005 10:25 PM, Blogger Senator McCarthy said...

The pattern of the anonymous writer on 4:10 pm is very similar to someone I know.

The use of dashes, ellipses, and three question marks all have the signature of Merced Girl/San Diego Sarah/Media Lizzy/ Dora.

I want to know the positions held by Prosper, Dora. Please let us know besides his skin color, which is obvious.

 
At 10/25/2005 10:57 PM, Anonymous need a rumor check said...

Hack n Flack posted that Bill Simon dropped out, and that Dr Phil Kurzner is thinking about running for Treasurer, and that Dr Phil had a meeting with the Gov last week to tell the Gov to his face that he isnt dropping out of the IC, and that if the Gov continues to push him, that Dr Phil is going to run against the Gov in the primary!!!!!

Can anybody confirm this immediately?? This is huge news if its breaking, especially with McClintock now aligning himself with the RHINO Gov, that means Dr Phil is the last REAL CONSERVATIVE IN CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN POLITICS!!!!

I am all for a guy who tells the Gov where to stick it!!!!

 
At 10/26/2005 8:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Arnold doesn't run, there is only one potential candidate with both some statewide recognition and the charisma to get good media coverage. You heard it here first. Kevin McCarthy for Governor! He should probably use the old Cowsills song "Hair" for his campaign theme.

 
At 10/27/2005 12:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"It doesn't make any difference if any of the Propositions pass"

What about 78??? Seems to me that if 79 passes Californian will be waiting for 3 years to get cheaper drugs based on a plan that will be so differnet from the one they voted for it will not matter. I think this one definitely matters.

 
At 10/30/2005 7:09 PM, Blogger Roseville Conservative said...

These Comments are amazing!

Dr. Phil is committed to IC.

Arnold is running for re-election.

The special is not going to get tubed... I predict 75 and 77 win big and 74 and 76 will be tight...

 
At 10/30/2005 7:11 PM, Blogger Roseville Conservative said...

Merced Girl = Dora Kingsley!?

Please inform... she has commented on my blog, especially on the pro-Pooch posts I have put up...

 

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