Wednesday, November 3, 2010

At least Moonbeam is back

Despite the losses the Democrats suffered in yesterday's mid-terms, there's at least one bright spot:   Jerry Brown, aka "Governor Moonbeam," is back 28 years after his last stint as the Governor of California.   I kind of feel bad for Meg Wittman, the founder of eBay -- hers is a genuine American success story.   But the fact remains she ran on Arnold Schwarzenegger's record, and it was not all roses and candy.

Will Hollywood welcome back The Terminator with open arms?   Is the media ready for another run with a Kennedy?   And will Linda Ronstadt be inspired to write another song about her one-time boyfriend?

Stay tuned.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I believe you're under-informed or wrong about Whitman being a "success" story.,_collecting_billions_while_nearly_destroying_the_company/