I would like two questions answered in a clear, straightforward manner, if it is possible:
- Do you really believe that the recall was in any way legitimate * from the very beginning, * given that the movement began mere weeks after California re-elected Gray Davis? If so, can you explain what Davis did, or could have done, between November and January that rises to the level where the only legitimate solution was to recall him?
(Please do not resort to talking about anything having to do with petitions or votes. The “Baaaaaah” across my great state is deafening, I don’t need that pointed out to me.)
2) If your argument has anything whatsoever to do with the economy in California, can you explain:
a) What Davis did/didn’t do, again, between Nov and Jan, to the economy of California, that had no other remedy than the most extreme provided for gross misconduct and
b) Why California’s economic woes are so grossly unforgiveable that we have to can the Gov we just elected, since he alone must be responsible, but the greater economic woes of the nation have absolutely nothing to do with the decisions and policies of the Bush administraton?
I eagerly look forward to the clarity on these matters that someone must be able to provide.