GOP smacks California Dems for bad behavior

The California Republican Party sent out this video smackdown over the ill-mannered behavior of Democrats toward Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger at a recent San Francisco event.

Really, what is wrong with these people?

On the other hand, as it appeared in the Bee’s Capitol Alert today, Attorney General Jerry Brown aptly pointed out that “Compromise in the rough-and-tumble legislative process is not achieved by doilies and tea.”

Warning: This video contains really bad language.

Lisa Vorderbrueggen

  • Gee maybe they were jeering Willie Brown, after all it was in San Francisco.

  • Ralph Hoffmann, Guest Columnist

    I didn’t hear any bad language. And as for the video, I saw a bunch of stars, but no stripes, as would be normal for a political event in this country. Don’t judge these people from either party so harshly.

  • Mary Jo

    Tired of Arnold, Willie and “Faggot Ass.”

  • Tom Benigno

    The country is falling apart and these guys are bashing each other. Fire them all.

  • I’m a Republican and I would have enjoyed sending a few insults Arnold’s way! I don’t understand why the Democrats are so upset though? They must not like Democrats in Republican clothing (RINOs). A real conservative would have vetoed most of the trash that came out of the state legislature regardless of the water deal expectation that never happened.

    Arnold’s word means nothing. He has little principle and when his bluff was called all he could do was “go all out” and sign hundreds of bills into law with a pen in each hand. http://twitpic.com/l81a3 Good thing his staffers read all of the bills! What a joke! Never was a conservative in my book.

    If the Republican candidates for Governor in 2010 were any better, I’d actually be excited… but I’m not!

  • BJD

    Tom campbell is pretty awesome, as in, fun to watch.

  • TheVoice

    I know this kind of behavior isn’t Statesman like. Why do us voters allow these demeaning people to represent us, I know young children don’t see our elected officials behavior very becoming.

    We must draw the line, elected officials are role models of civility.