Saturday, January 23, 2010

Meg Whitman must be Stopped


Meg wants to be Governor of CA. Well, we can't allow that!

Here is this heifer's message on her Facebook
Meg Whitman (Rep.), former Ebay Founder and CEO, wrote a $20 million check to her campaign today in her attempt to become the next governor of California.

Whitman said she is prepared to spend more than $100 million of her own money to guarantee she will win the election.
Unlike CA Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (Rep.), Whitman is a staunch supporter of “Yes on Prop. 8”.

While Gov. Schwarzenegger has refused to defend Proposition 8, the 2008 marriage referendum defining marriage to be between only a man and a woman, Whitman has advocated eliminating the right of same sex couples to wed.


Since taking office Gov. Schwarzenegger has signed dozens of LGBT rights bills into law, laws Whitman has indicated she will overturn should she become governor.


The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) which has helped to overturn various LGBT rights bills across the nation has indicated they will take assist in the governor’s race to “help restore traditional values in the state of California.”
No, she will not be my governor! I expect LGBT groups to get together and knock this Hate Monster down.

Meg you are not my kind of California.

4 comments:

Sasha (Malchik Gai) said...

Bitch just LOOKS like evil incarnate. Even without knowing her medieval views. Is she a Mormon too?
I say we all get our money together and fly Nee Nee in from Atlanta to put the smackdown on her ass.

Mighty Kwan said...

Things like this make every victory seem so fleeting. We win today but as soon as someone who disagrees gets into office, Oopps!! sorry your rights are gone again. There has to be another way and that other way, sadly(in its current incarnation), rests with the Supreme Court.

David Dust said...

Honey - with the way things are going these days, she might as well start moving into the Governor's Mansion.

I hope I'm wrong...

XOXOXOXOXO

Tony said...

Meg Whitman pledges to contribute $100M of her personal fortune to revive the California economy, by way of her election. Way to go Meg!!! We won’t need to elect you to produce jobs in California, since your spending spree will do the trick! Yay for California!