Wednesday, October 18, 2006

The San Diego Tribune has lost its mind

The San Diego Union Tribune has endorsed Jerry Brown for AG. It seems like a reach. After a rather tendentious explanation that Poochigian has been an "ok" legislator (which I would disagree with) they comment "Still, we admit it is an act of faith to believe that upon election as attorney general, Brown would be the thoughtful pragmatist seen of late and not “Gov. Moonbeam.” But he has persuaded us, which is why we endorse Jerry Brown for attorney general." Based on 30 years of experience, including his run in Oakland (which has been a mixed bag), they are betting on the come. That is odd.

I wonder how long it will take for Jerry, if he is elected, to disappoint them. I am pretty sure, based on his prior flights of fancy, that it will not be long.

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