" The fun-loving young Moonbeam morphs into mean-spirited old Jerry"
If you desire a former fun-loving political heartthrob, who has morph into a acidic mixed with sardonic pronouncements, then Jerry Brown is your choice for California Governor.
But for someone who reviles the "Politics of Personal Destruction" via its latest Brown Campaign incarnation with "Nickygate" and "Whoregate, then you will vote for anyone but Jerry.
As National Talk Show Host Hugh Hewitt points out this morning
, the latest Jerry Brown Political Incarnation, comes withs little political remorse, this in light of his shallow apology to Meg Whitman, over the "Whoregate Affair", during last night's Governor Debate.
The latest reinventing Governor Jerry Brown Project, is a exercise in gaffe production gone wild. A simple, sincere apology, is not in the current political DNA, of the new meaner and crude Jerry Brown. But then for someone who took women for granted, whether it was at night clubs or at the polling place, dealing respectfully with a sharp, articulate successful woman such as Meg Whitman, is not in a older Jerry's current make up.
The irony here is that Bitter Jerry, would not be in this position to govern California again, without the straying infidelities of Mayor Antonio Villar and its ensuing backlash among female voters, especially Latinas. Plus, former Mayoral Candidate Walter Moore's grass-roots crusade, should also get credit for the democratic emergence of the Bitter Jerry, but I digress.
Thus, with Jerry's less than heartfelt apology, those female voters may find his actions less then desirable in their choice for California's next Governor?
Scott Johnson in CD 14