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Too Funny to be Real

October 30th, 2006 | by steve |

Let’s face it, we Republicans have a hard time in California. When it comes to “famous US Senators from California that are Republicans,” we can’t think of any.

However, I am so voting for this guy just so I have to hear people say his name.

Can you say his name out loud without a snicker? Imagine it on CNN coming out of Wolf Blitzer’s mouth?

  1. 4 Responses to “Too Funny to be Real”

  2. By Steve O on Oct 31, 2006 | Reply

    Yeah, that’s right up there with President “Boehner.” I don’t care what anyone says it is not Bay-ner, it’s Bo-ner!!!

  3. By ascap_scab on Oct 31, 2006 | Reply

    Gee there was:

    Pete Wilson 1983-1991 replaced by John Seymour 1991-1992. Before that was Sam Hayakawa 1977-1983.  Before that you had George Murphy 1965-1971.  Before that you had Richard Nixon 1950-1953 replaced by Thomas Kuchel 1953-1969.

    Republicans might do better when they start putting forward serious moderate/centrist candidates and GET BEHIND THEM rather than pushing nutjobs like Dick Mountjoy, Bruce Herschensohn or Max Rafferty, or fakes like closet gay Michael Huffington.  Rafferty beat moderate incumbent Kuchel in the primary then lost to Alan Cranston.

    The one moderate that had a chance against DiFi was Tom Campbell, but the southland whack jobs that infest the California Republican Party wouldn’t back him.

  4. By Jersey McJones on Oct 31, 2006 | Reply

    “Dick Mount-Joy!”  AAAAAHAHAHAHA!!!!


  5. By steve on Oct 31, 2006 | Reply

    Hey ascap,

    I’d love to see McClintock run for Senate but he is setting his eyes on being Governor after Arnold.  However, if we don’t change the Constitution (which could happen if the Republicans retain both houses, the wild card in this whole politics thing) Arnold can’t run for President but he can run for the Senate.  I could see him doing that and being successful.  He’s doing a great job here in California.  Notice how even the Democrats have forgotten the special election disaster.  This guy wins in a landslide next week.  I bet he takes 60 percent of the vote.

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