DNC chairman vows no Dems on Calif. recall ballot

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    Kwyjibo

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    MrMacMan

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    Great Stuff, thanks for the post.

    It is really stand-down-ish.

    A great, bold move.
     
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    Without derailing the thread and starting some unwanted for and against thread, quickly, in a few words, why are they recalling the election? I never got that part.
     
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    Just showing their arrogance again. This may just backfire big time. If you don't showup you loose!
     
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    Basically because in Calf Rep. would lose against any dem, they want to recall him so they have a better chance of winning.

    But the recall campagin is being funded by the republican so its like totally bull ****.

    Maybe so, but they are sticking up for what they believe in.
     
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    This may be the fastest way to have a Gov. Swartzennegger, or a Gov. Riordan. I'm a little unsure why McCauliff gets to make this decision, but I know Davis is anxious to have the Democratic field all to himself. Davis' best hope is to stall the special election until the spring of next year, when the presidential primaries are held here. That will boost participation from people statewide, who are generally democratic voters. If it happens this fall, the outcome is less certain.
     

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