New Internet Ad – “Truth” Calls Out Meg Whitman’s For Her Lack Thereof

SACRAMENTO – California Working Families for Jerry Brown for Governor 2010 (CAWF) today announced that it has begun airing a new internet ad calling out Meg Whitman for the highly misleading campaign she is currently running.

The campaign’s first internet-only ad, a 30-second spot entitled “Truth.”



  1. A man much wiser than I once said, “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” That man was Abraham Lincoln. That quote is applicable to California today.

    What Lincoln knew, that Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown hasn’t figured out yet is people are smarter than politicians give them credit for being. Having seen the Guru of all good Democrats in action once before, they are not anxious for a repeat performance. The next thing you know “Moonbeam” will be bringing out Linda Ronstadt and the Grateful Dead to sing at his appearances.

  2. Adding to the above:

    With California teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, people have two choices in November.

    They can close their eyes, fantasize being in Las Vegas and roll the dice hoping for a seven or eleven. Odds are high they will roll snake eyes. Second choice is to put on their “common sense” hats and ask themself, “what is wrong with California government?” If this is done, people may just opt to reinvent California government to be run like a business. What does that mean, you might ask? Institute a set of best business practices for all departments to follow, do not spend more money than revenue produces and reduce the workforce by getting the public unions under control.

    I cannot see people gambling with their future and that of their family, so option two looks pretty good. Now the million dollar question is, which of the two candidates, “Moonbeam” Brown or Meg Whitman is most likely to deliver the desired results? My bet is on Meg Whitman.

  3. Sorry, I just can’t vote for someone who never saw the need to vote in an election herself. Well, minus those 3 Presidential elections she vaguely remembers.

    At any point in time, she could have participated in the system she now thinks she can run. Excuse me, I should have said “…the system she now thinks she can buy.”

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