Foaming at the mouth about the possibilities of keeping President Bush off of various state presidential ballots next November Kos tries to slip some revisionist history past this blogger into a blustery, incorrect statement:
But California? After the Right's power-grab in the state, there should be no reason for the state's legislature to amend the law to allow Bush on the ballot.
Let's see, if the people of California who are overwhelmingly Democratic, vote 55% to 45% to remove their incompetent Democratic Governor from office then voted 68% to 32% to replace him with someone other than a Democrat it is a Republican Power-Grab? The Democrats voted out Gray Davis and voted in Arnold. All the registered Republicans in the state could not have elected Arnold or thrown out Davis by themselves if the Democrats had not helped.
This is how these people think. They make up cute little phrases like "The Right's power-grab" to cover up the fact that they are in severe denial. Politely point this out to them and they will come up with some lame excuse for using it then start calling you or President Bush names to change the subject.