CA Election Day Voter Guide and Score Card

(This is the final post on the election before the big day, a follow-up to the one on the props and black genocide.)

Despite the American opposition to Obamacare, it passed.  Despite the massive outcry in this state against taxes and insane environmental policies, California seems committed to drive all of business away from the state.

Despite a lot of things, a certain few are committed to the idea that they know better.  Perhaps they do, but this is still a country where voting and representing a constituency is supposed to mean something.

I know a great many of you are also tired of political rhetoric, so here are the nuts and bolts for constructing your decision for next Tuesday.  The AFA has prepared a scorecard based on the following "pro-family" issue (among others):

  • Taxpayer funding of abortion
  • Protecting free exercise of religion at publicly supported colleges
  • Passage of national health care reform (ObamaCare)
  • Restricting free speech in elections
  • Confirmation of two controversial Supreme Court justices
Click the links below to get the info:



And what I'm thinking: Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina.

I don't like Whitman.  But the only alternative is Jerry Brown, and you know what they say about flushing it down.  As far as Fiorina goes, she seems like a decent pick, especially in contrast to Barbara "Don't Call Me Ma'am" Boxer.

I know what you're thinking: "Of course, you vote only vote for Republicans."  That's not true.  I'm voting Democrat for the state insurance commissioner.  Can't trust the dude the other guy.  I know, a rare moment of clarity.

Alright, enough of that.  Back to Gospel issues for a while.

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