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November 05, 2005

Endorsements Squared

By Ezra

For all you Californians (and particularly Angelenos) bewildered by next week's ballot measures and elections, The LA Weekly is swooping in with a cape and a pen (a pen of TRUTH) to give you a hand. Thus, they've kindly released their endorsements. I looked over their list a couple times and couldn't find a single recommendation to disagree with, so I'm proud to announce that I, Ezra Klein, wholeheartedly endorse The LA Weekly's endorsements. Good luck next week, Golden Staters, good luck and godspeed.

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And I in turn endorse your endorsements of those endorsements! AHNOLD needs to get his head checked! Too much muscle pumping! Now he has a GUHRLY MAN BRAIN!

Posted by: Andrew | Nov 5, 2005 3:44:19 PM

Ahnold's endorsements are as good a guide as any. If Ahnold is in favor, I'm against, and vice-versa.

If Ezra thinks there is any ballot measure, where simple-minded opposition to the Terminated is not good politics, I would appreciate knowing before Tuesday.

Posted by: Bruce Wilder | Nov 5, 2005 5:47:53 PM

LA Weekly's endorsements match the CA Dem Party's statement. We know a Republican power grab and assault against unions when we see it.

California Democratic Party Positions on Special Election Propositions

Posted by: cali dem | Nov 6, 2005 12:28:14 PM

Mark Kleiman & Kevin Drum are saying no on everything. So am I. Brad DeLong seems to join you on 79 but not 80. But a united front saying no to ARNOLD's six!

Posted by: pgl | Nov 7, 2005 10:03:44 PM

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