Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Should Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger be RECALLED

In 2003, the people of California recalled Gray Davis for: "gross mismanagement of California Finances by overspending taxpayers' money, threatening public safety by cutting funds to local governments, failing to account for the exorbitant cost of the energy, and failing in general to deal with the state's major problems until they get to the crisis stage."

Can't we substitute Arnold's name here? Aren't we in WORSE shape now that when Davis was governor?

Schwarzenegger LIED about the Sycuan gaming compact and even more egregious, tried to keep Californian's from VOTING on the gaming issues. He didn't want us to exercise our rights to vote?

What has the Governator done to deserve staying in office? The Legislature has had three special sessions since the November election to address California's worsening budget deficit, projected at $42 billion over the next 18 months, that's MUCH higher that Davis' projected deficit.

Is it time to REMOVE Arnold? There is a poll on the left side.


Anonymous said...

Sure, lets bring the deficit higher! haha

Anonymous said...

No wonder Pechanga donated $4 million illegally for Bustamante. Could he have done worse?

Anonymous said...

Recalls are expensive, but, sometimes, the expense is worth it.

We should have pushed for McClintock.....