Thursday, May 20, 2004

Welcome to Recall Arnold

Welcome to Recall Arnold! Here, we will report on the details of what's happening on the Recall Petition and hopefully the Recall Election of California Governer Arnold Schwarzeneggar. I am new to blogging, so please be patient.


We already have 65 signatures on the Notice of Intention against Ahrnold. (This is different to emphasize the Austrian accent he has, especially when he pronounces words like "Rekall" and "Kaleefornia".) We now need about $200-300 to get the Notice published in a newspaper that publishes legal notices. I have contacted the Paramount Journal and Westside Story News, and I have not received the exact price yet. At about the same time I pay the money, then I will serve Ahrnold by Certified Mail and file the Notice to the California Secretary of State Kevin Shelley. Publication does not start the process, but serving Ahrnold does. After preparing the Notice, receiving Ahrnold's Answer, and the Proof of Publication, and preparing the proposed Recall Petitions, we will be rocking in getting signatures.

Here is the text of the Notice of Intention that was circulated:

TO THE HONORABLE ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER: Pursuant to Section 11020, California Election Code, the undersigned registered qualified voters of the State of California, hereby give notice that we are the proponents of a recall petition and that we intend to seek your recall and removal from the office of Governor of the State of California, and to demand election of a successor in that office. The grounds for the recall are as follows:

Governor Schwarzenegger was elected with the help of former Governor Pete Wilson and his aides from the Wilson Administration.

Governor Schwarzenegger’s previous campaign was funded by Wilson, his cohorts and other allies, including talk-radio juveniles. The content of the commercials included false references to undocumented aliens and others, and blamed others for the energy crisis and the economic downslide where the genesis for both came from Wilson himself and George W. Bush.

The Republicans insist that we must have moral and honest people, BUT Governor Schwarzenegger was alleged with 16 acts of sexual harassment in the workplace. We should not have a Governor with a history of not respecting women’s rights.

As for education, Governor Schwarzenegger and his Republican cohorts do not give a darn about the high tuition rates that were increased, since Governor Deukmejian raised them ever since 1983. Governor Schwarzenegger and Wilson have shown that jailing the poor and urban youth is more important than educating them?

Both Governor Schwarzenegger and Wilson have supported unconstitutional initiatives that effect the rights of the poor and minorities in this State. SCWARTZENEGGER SHOULD NOT BE GOVERNOR IF HE AND THE REPUBLICANS CANNOT RESPECT THE RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE.


NOTE: If it was NOT for the 65-signature requirement, this Recall would have started November or December 2003. Hopefully, it would take us a lot sooner for us to get Petition signatures.

In the next several days, I will attempt to contact Gay Rights groups, Indian Nations, the Foundation of Taxpayer and Consumer Rights (Harvey Rosenfield's group), Lawyer groups, and groups affected by the budget cuts (The State Prison Gestapo need not apply.) to elicit their support.

If you are in any city with bad politicians, e-mail me, and we will assist you in your local recalls, and your signature gatherers can also help recall Ahrnold.

In the future, I would like to get publicity by having the Recall movement covered by Michael Moore, Free Speech TV, Democracy Now!, Andy Johnson. The liberals should help making changes. If we get enough signatures by this August, Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante can schedule the recall at the same time Bush Defeat Election is scheduled. The people of America can make this change.

Hank Ramey,


Blogger Kirby Smith said...

I support your goal. Arnold is the anti-Christ.

May 24, 2004 at 2:55 PM  
Blogger Hank Ramey said...

Thanks! :)

May 24, 2004 at 10:51 PM  

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