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Confirm Bo Derek 0

John Seiler: Only in California would the Legislature hold up the appointment of Bo “10” Derek to…let me check, I was distracted…the state Horse Racing Board. Except for putting Bo on it, there’s no reason for this board to exist.

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GOP: dump Meg for McClintock 0

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

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Meg disses Poizner 0

John Seiler: Amateur Meg just keeps making mistake after mistake after mistake. Her latest: Attacking primary opponent Steve Poizner about putting employees on unpaid leave at his department. As Poizner quipped, she apparently hadn’t heard that she already had beaten

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Meg crashes on John & Ken 0

John Seiler: I heard Meg Whitman’s half-hour today on John & Ken’s radio show. While it was going on, this thought ran through my mind: “How did this woman earn $1.4 billion?” She was hesitant and unable to come up

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Jerry! Jerry! Jerry! Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!

John Seiler: I’d rather have Jerry Springer as governor than Jerry Brown. For one thing, it would get the ex-Cincinnati mayor’s show off daytime TV when kids watch it. But, due to Meg’s amateurish campaign, it looks like we’ll be

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Meg's "management" style 0

John Seiler: Meg’s campaign boasts of her management prowess. But compare this. Here’s how Meg ran eBay: She didn’t go out and hire retired GM, Ford or GE managers. Instead, she hired young hotshots hungry to create the Internet future.

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Debates: Meg & Jerry should do 25 0

John Seiler: Meg Whitman is OK with three debates until the November election, Jerry wants 10. But what we should have is two debates every week. That would be about 25. My idea comes from the JFK-Goldwater debates of 1964.

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Meg & Carly Sell Out 0

John Seiler: Meg and Carly might be rookies at politics, but they’re fast learners. They’re already selling out the positions they took to win the primaries. One of Meg’s primary ads featured Gov. Pete Wilson calling her “tough as nails”

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Forbes publisher assesses state decline 0

Feb. 16, 2010 By KATY GRIMES In a poignant and often funny talk, Forbes Magazine Publisher Rich Karlgaard believes this economic recession could have and should have been avoided, and the worsening U.S. economy is a man-made crisis thanks to

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Water bills threaten California prosperity 3

By WAYNE LUSVARDI Will Southern California sell its maximum annual entitlement of 2 million acre feet of water from the State Water Project for a bundle of small water projects of uncertain yield, plus $2 billion of political pork barrel

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