Monday, May 10, 2010

NO!




NO!

The Chron picks a NON-VOTER over Orly Taitz!
Damon Dunn, a 34-year-old Orange County real estate developer, is well aware of the first obstacle facing his candidacy for secretary of state: his failure to vote in any election until May 2009.

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His primary opponent, attorney and dental surgeon Orly Taitz, is one of the leaders of the "birther" movement, which has challenged President Obama's claim that he is a natural-born citizen, and thus the legitimacy of his election. If elected secretary of state, Taitz would pursue the legal challenge before the 2012 election. She also suggested that she would sue the federal government to stop water diversions from the Central Valley.

Dunn is much more focused on the actual duties of the office, and he would provide a more credible challenge to Bowen. He should get the GOP nomination.
Where is the love?

11 comments:

J— said...

Attorney/Dentist/Businesswoman: "My opponent is a former football player, who did nothing."

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

sounds like OrlyTaitz is tired of waiting for mikey. She is MOVING ON.

J— said...

Perhaps. Or perhaps she's running for Secretary of State so she can move to Sacramento and be just a short drive from the Bay Area and a certain South Bay resident.

Another Kiwi said...

Orly wants to engineer a border incident with Oregon, invade them and steal their trees and water.

M. Bouffant said...

Yellow Man keep on moving.

I'm moving on.

mikey said...

Anybody who has ever watched pretty much ANY movie knows how this will end. We'll stagger up to a guarded gate, me shot to pieces and Orly in a tattered blouse and skirt of rags, my rage and her dedication the only things still driving the blood drenched undertaking, and with gunships overhead and the evil diplomat bleeding out at our feet, they welcome us into the compound.

What, you guys don't watch movies?

Substance McGravitas said...

I watch and cry for poor Orly and mikey.

mikey said...

Unlike the assorted assclowns, psychopaths and wannabes that constituted his peers, Clyde Barrow was a REAL gunfighter, honest and straight up. He eschewed crap like the Thompson for a heavily customized BAR (trimmed the barrel and cut down the stock, called it his "Whippet Gun" 'cause he could "Whip it out") and used .32 Mags instead of .45 colts for the reliability and accuracy. He killed at least 11 cops, but very few if any civilians.

Yeah, he started the fight, sure, but he wasn't looking for any gratuitous body count, just enough room to live and be left alone.

When they come to take you, take your peace and wreck your place in the world, you really only have one option. The question is whether you have the heart to accept it...

M. Bouffant said...

Not-voting may become a badge of honor among candidates.

"I never encouraged them!"

J— said...

What, you guys don't watch movies?

You mean Cyborg?

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

"I never encouraged them!"

I used to use that line, but I even voted in the Ohio Democratic primary the other day (it seemed not many others did).

My candidate, Jennifer Brunner, lost.
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