The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Tuesday’s election results could indeed be characterized as The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.

First, The Good—

Propositions 13  and 14 WON; and Propositions 16 (the deception funded with multi-millions by PG&E) and 17 (the deception funded with multi-millions by Mercury Insurance) LOST.

Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley (one of only two or three honorable Republicans on the ballot) WON the Republican nomination for State Attorney General.

Lon Hurwitz was elected as Superior Court Judge, defeating the candidate who was endorsed by the ethically-challenged OC District Attorney.

Then, The Bad—

Proposition 15, which would have reduced the influence of special interests and big money in elections, was defeated.

Bill Hunt, the best candidate for OC Sheriff, was defeated.

Measure D, in Mission Viejo, which would have curtailed the influence of special interests and political corruption, was defeated.

And finally, The Ugly—

UNFIT candidate Meg Whitman, who is up to her eyeballs in Goldman-Sachs financial misdealings, and who didn’t deem it necessary to vote herself for 28 years, nevertheless proved that $80 million dollars was enough to buy the  Republican Gubernatorial nomination.  (Brown vs. Whitman in November?  Ugh!  I’m going to vote for Chelene Nightingale, the American Independent candidate.)

The Honorable Eddie Rose

Former Laguna Niguel City Councilman

“A Voice—Not an Echo”


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