Hi. Just in case you are wondering in which way others are voting, I am going to share with my Republican friends how I plan to vote. I have to only share with them because that is the way it is set up, and I like it this way. Would you want Conservatives voting on the Democrat ticket? Then why bother having any differences?
I guess I have that Prop 14 under my skin. How many of you know that it is on the ballot by the government and no one had to collect signatures? Ah, that's what I thought. These greasy scumbuckets think we're stupid. Let us show them we're not. What's more, let's remove them from office and put them in the unemployment line!
Okay, now I got that off my chest, we can get down to business.
This is for people who live in the state of California and Assembly District 54 and Congressional District 37.
GOVERNOR: Steve Poizner.
LT. GOVERNOR: Sam Aanestad
SEC of STATE: I'm not sure. I'm leaning toward Orly Taitz. If anyone can show my why Dunn is a better choice, I'm open to listening. The Christian election forum has 2 thumbs up for Damon Dunn, so I'll do some more research on him.
UPDATE: I have been contacted by several of Orly's supporters and Orly herself. I'm sorry to say that it was only to show what they perseved as Damon Dunn's shortfalls. Was he registered as a Democrat for sometime in his life? Yes. Is he a registered Republican now? Yes. Do we never forgive people for seeing the light? YES, we do. Do we like it when you people do not tell us more about themselves rather tearing down their opponent? NO. Therefore I will be supporting Damon Dunn. Sorry Orly, but I hate politics as usual. Did you learn nothing from the Tea Parties? *sigh*
CONTROLLER: David Evans. He is a CPA, and that's what we need. Tony Strickland has been around govt TOO long. He's term limited out and looking for a new job. Throw the bums out!
TREASURER: Mimi Walters. She may be the only person on the ballot, but I am voting for her. There is another candidate in a different category who is in the same position (only candidate), but I refuse to vote for him. I do like Baca at all. Besides, he's been here too long.
Attorney General: JOHN EASTMAN. This is only candidate who actually KNOWS the Constitution and will apply it for WE THE PEOPLE and not the politicians.
INSURANCE COMMISSIONER: Brian Fitzgerald. Villines is a tax-increaser.
Member State Board of Equalizer: NO ONE BOTHERED TO RUN. That is how we keep getting stuck with Democrats.
US SENATOR: Chuck DeVore.
US House of Representatives: STAR PARKER!!! Vote for her, please. I dropped out of the race to support her. I was NOT offered a job when I did it, since she knew nothing of me. And she has too much character to even try to play a democrat game. She has more class in her little finger than Laura Richardson ever could achieve had she wanted to.
Member of State Assembly: Martha E. Flores-Gibson
Party Central Committee: John Cozza. I've left him a message to see who else is a Conservative. Otherwise, I'm only voting for him. If you do not know who you are voting for, then please do not fill out all seven. You do not have to do that. Only vote for those you know to be Conservatives. Are we not tired of business as usual? You bet!
If you do not know how to vote for the judges, I have written a post called Voters Guide: Judicial earlier.
Superintendent of Public Instruction (School): Dianne A. Lenning. I know her from coming to our Tea Party. Her love for the Military and children instead of government gives her much to proud of.
ASSESSOR: John Lewis Dortch.
13: Proposition 13, if approved by the state's voters, will prohibit tax assessors from re-evaluating new construction for property tax purposes when the point of the new construction is to seismically retrofit an existing building. If successful, it will amend Section 2 of Article XIII A of the California Constitution.
California state senator Roy Ashburn is the amendment's primary sponsor.
Heck NO. WAIT! I've just read it again, and it does not say what I thought it did. I thought it would only apply to new construction. Of course, they have to retrofit the house, duh. It's part of the code. Since it is part of the code it is like the federal govt telling California we have to do something that costs a lot of money. Who the heck are they to demand we pay money for their friends benefit???
I've changed my mind. YES ON PROP 13. Wheh.
16: No, even though everyone wants to vote yes. I don't believe govt should own anything. Period.
17: No, Permits companies to reduce or increase cost of insurance depending on whether driver has a history of continuous insurance coverage. Fiscal Impact: Probably no significant fiscal effect on state insurance premium tax revenues.
Ballot label details - Support - Opposition - Editorial positions.
I've shared with you with whom I voting. I hope this will help some people to make up their mind one way or the other. Either way, don't forget to vote this coming Tuesday unless you are a Democrat or a Meg supporter. haha. Only kidding...sort of. ;)
May you walk with the LORD always, and when you cannot take another step, may He carry you the rest of the way until you can walk along side Him again. Digg!