Senator John McCain, who lost all of my respect back in May
with his massive illegal alien amnesty bill with Senator Kennedy, showed up in the golden state to help push forward Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's propositions. If it was up to McCain we'd just turn California over to Mexico and be done with it.
San Diego Union-Tribune
McCain has endorsed the four initiatives favored by Schwarzenegger, which would curb the power of the Democrat-controlled Legislature and their allied public employee unions.
"It's ironic that McCain would offer to 'pump up' Arnold's campaign, considering he is a well-known activist against the kind of 'obscene' and 'vulgar' fundraising practiced by Team Schwarzenegger," strategists Andrew Acosta and Roger Salazar said in a statement on behalf of the California Democratic Party.
Schwarzenegger called the special election so voters would consider three ballot initiatives: cap state spending and give the governor greater authority to make midyear cuts; make teachers work five years instead of two to pass probation; and strip lawmakers of their power to draw political boundaries.
Flap's Blog has more on the tour of the two.
Tipped by: Right Thinking From The Left Coast