In California, Whitman endorses Brown

Meg Whitman, the former president of eBay who has spent in excess of $140mil of her $1.6 billion net worth running for governor of California as the Republican nominee, recently commented that the reason she came to California thirty years ago because back then so much was getting done in the state. Here’s what Whitman had to say:


4 Responses to In California, Whitman endorses Brown

  1. C R Krieger says:

    Ah, California 30 years ago, back when I was a non-resident resident.  I arrived in 1956, as a teenager, when my Father got a job at the Long Beach Naval Shipyard.

    Back then it was a magical place, something to be admired and emulated.  Today?  Not so much.

    The greatness that came from State Government lead by the likes of Earl Warren or Goodie Knight or Pat Brown or Ronald Reagan has long since been consumed and now it suggests a state looking for a receivership, the Governator notwithstanding.

    Regards  —  Cliff

  2. Dean says:

    There are certain states that happen to be bellwether states and California ia one of them. Massachusetts is not one of those states,