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California's billionaire gubernatorial candidate

Former eBay executive Meg Whitman acknowledges the audience before participating in a debate with California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner for the California Republican gubernatorial primary Monday, March 15, 2010 in Costa Mesa, Calif.
Former eBay executive Meg Whitman acknowledges the audience before participating in a debate with California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner for the California Republican gubernatorial primary Monday, March 15, 2010 in Costa Mesa, Calif.
(AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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  • Babs 5 years ago

    I agree with you. Why don't we have a governor who is like most of us: an average citizen? How could she ever understand what worries us: things like affording health insurance, car insurance, college costs, etc. Once you become that rich, all that is left is power. That is what she wants.

  • Joe Sabet 5 years ago

    You're definitely right. Once you have everything and experienced everything you want to because you're rich, all that is left is holding government position of power. I don't think she or any billionaire can truly understand the plight of the masses. Sadly, many people do. We'll see.

  • dan 5 years ago

    what about obama? he is rich, ya? why do u vote for him then?

  • Joe S. 4 years ago

    Dan, you're right. His wife made 300k a year, and obama millions before he took office in 2009. I did vote for him; however, it was a desperate vote for the lesser evil. We have a two-party system, so any other vote, for a green for example, would have been wasted. Also, any Democrat would be better than any Republican, at least in this period of time. As you can see in my writings, I am critical of both parties.

  • anonymous 67 4 years ago

    janice sibug of 1631 el camino real #7 tustin ca 92780 was born to an illegal alien ligaya fabian who jumpshipped her flight at lax from germany to canada.

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    Joe Sabet 3 years ago

    Anonymous 67, what are you talking about?

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