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Californian's vs. the GOVinator

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by righteousdude2, Oct 20, 2007.

  1. righteousdude2

    righteousdude2 Well-Known Member

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    After the Governor's most recent signing into law of the no more Mom and Dad law to protect those children of GAY parents from feeling slighted, it is time for the Govinator to be IMPEACHED!

    California Christians:1_grouphug: need to group-up and get the ball rolling to get the "wolf in sheep clothing" [says he's a Repub, but acts like a Dem] out of office.

    Pastor Paul
     
  2. KenH

    KenH Active Member

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    For what causes does the California state constitution state that a governor can be impeached for?
     
  3. Bro. James Reed

    Bro. James Reed New Member

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    Don't know about impeachment, but I would imagine they can vote for a recall election (ala Gray Davis) for any reason. I could be wrong though.

    I would agree though that Arnold certainly is governing more to the left than I would have thought.

    Maybe he has pressure from California liberals, or maybe he is more liberal than he made out before the election. Or, maybe he's always been very liberal (we all knew he was somewhat left-leaning anyway), and we just didn't realize it.
     
  4. hillclimber1

    hillclimber1 Active Member

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    I think this is the most logical. Many Republicans including me, have thought this all along.
     
  5. KenH

    KenH Active Member

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    A not inconsequential number of Republicans are liberals or at least moderates.

    Just as there are conservative or at least moderate Democrats, but they are less consequential in the Democratic Party than liberals/moderates are in the Republican Party.
     
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    There were some who wanted to change the law so Arnold could run for president. What say you all?
     
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    hillclimber1 Active Member

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    I certainly wouldn't want the governator to run but I'd entertain the reasoning behind the idea.
     
  8. righteousdude2

    righteousdude2 Well-Known Member

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    Sorry...I Meant RECALL

    I meant recall, not impeach...and in answer to another question, there is no way I'd ever vote to change the Federal Law allowing ONLY American born citizens to run for President. Not that Arnold couldn't do a good job. I am a mere patriot to the last cell in my body.

    As to the political leanings of the Guvernator, every since he brought that lesbian on board as his right hand man, he has been leaning toward the gay movement. It is weren't for the overwhelming majority voting against gay marriage several years ago [now] he'd sign a gay marriage amendment into law.

    He is nothing more than a wolf in sheep's clothing, and a recall is justified over this anti-parent bill. I say SHAME on the Guvernator...but, who am I? Just a mere gain of irritating sand on the beach front of life.

    Justis
     
  9. KenH

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    How is he is "wolf in sheep's clothing"? Historically, a significant segment of the Republican Party has been composed of liberals(especially in California and the northeast states) called the Rockefeller Wing of the Republican Party.
     
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    <also off topic> Guiliani doesn't have a snowball's chance of getting my vote. I'd rather vote for Hillary </off topic>

    You know, the good Christians of California could just move on out of the state and leave it for the liberals. There's not many of you out there already. Just think, here in Alabama, that one br, one bath, 900 sq ft house you paid $300,000 for would only cost you about $70,000. We have the lowest property taxes in the country. Contrary to popular belief there are jobs here for skilled workers. And we don't have to deal with ridiculous laws of this nature. (This is one reason the good people of this state refuse to rewrite our thousand page constitution. what ain't broke, don't need fixin'!)

    California probably won't miss you and you'll miss it sliding off into the ocean when the "big one" hits in a few years.
     
  13. righteousdude2

    righteousdude2 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the Invite Brother!

    I appreciate your invite....it sounds good, but, I'd miss the Liberals and illegal Mexicans, that live like they still live in a third world country. As soon as home prices increase, I'll be on my way out of this wacky state.
     
  14. tinytim

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    You could have just said.... "Come out from among them"
     
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