GOP: dump Meg for McClintock

John Seiler:

I don’t know what California Republican Party rules are for getting rid of a candidate who won a primary. But nobody follows the rules anymore anyway — certainly not the California or U.S. constitutions. So, who cares about GOP rules.

But what Republicans need to do is dump Meg from the ticket and replace her with Tom McClintock, the only man — or woman — who can rescue California from its ongoing suicide attempt.

Meg, to cite just one thing, still backs AB32 and opposes Prop. 23, which would repeal it. AB32 is officially called the “Arnold’s Kill All Remaining California Jobs and Global Hysteria Act of 2006.”

No wonder GOP conservatives at the party’s San Diego convention this weekend are trashing her for shunning Prop. 23, and for her multiple positions on immigration.

At the shindig, she attacked Jerry Brown on taxes. But, ya know, Arnold did that against Gray Davis in 2003 and Phil Angelides in 2006, and look how that turned out — record high tax increases in Taxifornia. Arnold even used the same campaign theme as Meg: He was an outsider untainted by dirty politics.

But the only way you can trust a candidate on taxes — or anything else — is if he (or) she has a proven anti-tax record. Like Ron Paul does at the national level. Or like McClintock does in California.

Dump Meg. Nominate McClintock.

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