Once upon a time. ca. 1975. Oakland Museum
Since it is Labor Day and all, I suppose it would be irresponsible of me not to begin to pay attention to Jerry Brown's campaign.
Oh, he has one? Maybe that is a little unfair. Queen Meg's personal millions spent on ads everywhere may just be making it look like Jerry died and and we didn't notice.
But when he sticks his head out, we get this:
Earth to Jerry: If that's your attitude, why bother? You are not convincing this progressive that fighting back against an isolated Whitman would be worse for the state than electing you.
The only reason you are still in the race at all is that labor had your back; so kick 'em, huh?
California can only recover its momentum when we tax the people who have money to enable us to carry out policies that create more equality and hence more prosperity. Jerry's father did that and we got the University of California and drained the rest of the country for brains. His son apparently missed out in the gray matter department.