CA AG Jerry Brow Will Sue Bell Officials, While Whitman Ads Claim It's Anti-Business!

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    California Republican Conservatives seem to know a thing or two about business. Meg Whitman is the California GOP nominee for Governor. She has been running an ad--one of several really expensive ads, too--attacking Attorney General, Jerry Brown for making State of California legal(?). . .or maybe lawful(?)!

    Attorney General Brown is the famous Jerry Brown, Democratic nominee for Governor of California, and he is now suing the former city officials of Bell, CA. They themselves are now famous for the more Meg Whitman concept of Executive Pay, especially in poor neighborhoods, modeled after famous dictatorships. Idi Amin Dada knew a thing or two about Executive Pay and methods in famously, very poor neighborhoods! Meg Whitman seems to know a thing or two about. . . .dot.com business. . .where execs took away. . .well!

    Jerry Brown To Sue Bell Officials Over Big Pay; Indictments Could Be Coming - Los Angeles News - The Informer

    Los Angeles Times, September 15, suggests that even the City of Bell, CA, officials were trying fairly desperately: To keep their mouths shut!

    Apparently the Callifornia GOP doesn't want the law involved in anything, at all! It's even on TV, and even on cable. California Republicans appear to understand about Bell, CA, and Somalia, Papa Doc Duvalier, Ismelda Marcos, (of the shoes), and the Emperors of Rome, the Romanov Family: If not including famous law, West of the Pecos. Law West of the Pecos, was legal and proper, just like law in California(?)!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Actually, millions seem dimily aware that the law is even engaged in the practice of arthimetic(?), which is intentional(?)!)
     
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