Arnold, most popular Governor since 1991...

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    http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=71000001&refer=us&sid=a.pFGzhP4oWo

    That is pretty amazing since the state is mostly democrats. Hopefully he can get that budget deficit down and will change alot of minds in Cali about Republicans.
     
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    But California isnt mostly Democrats anymore. its starting to balance out alot more. Whats amazing is Kerry is only up one point in Cali. that means Cali is in play.
     
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    So true. Reglardless of what the dems think, the majority of the immigrants moving to Cali are conservative in their beliefs. Sure, they vote democratic now, but more and more they are beginning to vote GOP. Asians and Mexicans tend to be VERY conservative in their views.
     
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    Trust me, Bush won't win Cali.
     
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    She consulted her crystal ball and has seen the future!
     
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    no, actually I consulted my magic 8 ball.

    btw, i'm a guy.
     
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    Perhaps not, but Bush will make Kerry spend more money and time in California. Which will drain resources from other regions in Kerry's campaign.
     
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    Arnold is popular because he's fiscally conservative and socially liberal - the perfect California combination. Kerry will win California handily, I think.

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    I dunno ACLU. The mere fact that KErry will have to campaign in Cali shows that its not a lock. Every Presidential election usually goes to the Dems with little or no fight. So little money wasted in Cali. I think Liberal Governors like Davis have started to wear on the population and we might see significantly closer numbers in Cali. I still think Kerry will carry Cali, but its not going to be the usualy runaway.
     
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    Isn't AHNOLD a Dem sheep wearing conservative wool? But Hey I have to feel your joy~.It would be an amazing day if the left coast could ever "feel the love" for Arnie. IMHO the man has such a small voice in comparison to friggin "PollyWood" (erm, my special nickname for the political freaks in hollywood who decide they have to bash Bush because anti-Americanism is the new fad)
    GOP pals, we have a tough road to hoe but if we stick together through prayer we can keep the socialists out.
     

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