Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Brian Park Gives 6 for '06

And not all of them on California politics... nice touch!

1. Michelle Steel, the current Deputy BOE, will become our next Board of Equalization member for the 3rd District.

2. Two former or current YAF members will be elected to the State Assembly

3. Tom McClintock finally wins a statewide election

4. Rise of Anti-Communism in South Korea which will lead to a staunch anti-communist Christian conservative becoming the next South Korean president in 2007 and as Goldman Sachs predicts . . . will become the number 2 economic powerhouse behind the United States within 30 years.

5. Rwanda and Zambia will become two major Christian countries and will become a model to all the nations in Africa in fighting aids, corruption, crime, and promotion of economic growth through the market economy and limited government.

6. Slate cards will have a major impact in the 2006 elections. There is a possibility that slate cards will be introduced as a campaign tool in foreign elections.

4 Comments:

At 1/04/2006 9:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

what about the Controller's race?
I like your predictions but you forgot the other three.
Everyone knows Michelle Steel is going win anyone can predict that.
It's an easy given/

 
At 1/04/2006 11:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brian Park's self-serving picks "slate cards", "Michelle Steel", etc., are downright embarrassing.

 
At 1/05/2006 2:22 AM, Anonymous B Park said...

All right, here is one more self-serving prediction with a disclaimer:

I am generally an optimistic person; however, I understand that the Democrats enjoy a higher party registration than the Republicans and that the down ballot candidates are greatly influenced by the performance of the top of the ticket and national trends.

Also, every single race in California, I have some financial stake in, which I can't really avoid due to my profession.

With this in mind . . .

Controller Race

1. Tony Strickland beats Abel Maldonado in the primary. This is a classic match between Conservative vs. Moderate. Both sides will have enough money to get their message out to voters and Tony’s message will be better.

After the primary, business interests will rally around Tony because of the opportunity to gain a Republican majority on the Board of Equalization and beats the Dem nominee. (This scenario changes if Arnold completely flops and other national trends side against Tony that he has no control over).

 
At 1/05/2006 6:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tony's and Phil's campaign needs to start moving

 

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