This is either some jackass Lib playing games or one of those idiots that thinks the system is so broken that if they Juuuuuust manage to somehow get all the republicans replaced by Libs it would accelerate the decline and then THEY could spring into action out of the ashes and rebuild. Ya'know, after those pesky "republicans" have been put out of the way. Or else they are a total fucking moron in which case they are on a mentation level with either of those.
Whitman has pledged not to raise taxes and signed the Americans for Tax Reform's "No New Taxes Pledge" on the day she announced her candidacy for governor. She also proposes lowering business taxes and abolishing the state capital gains tax in order to make California a more business-friendly environment, stating that California is losing jobs not to other countries but to neighboring states with lower tax rates, such as Nevada, Arizona and Oregon.
She said that if elected, on her first day she would suspend AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, to study its potential economic implications. At the state GOP Convention in March 2010, Whitman described California Republican Governor Schwarzenegger's climate change bill as a "job-killer." On water issues, Whitman has opposed a federal judge's ruling and supports turning on water for thousands of Central Valley farmers.
 Same-sex marriage and abortion
Whitman supported California's Proposition 8 in 2008, which reversed In re Marriage Cases. Whitman believes that the same-sex marriages that took place before the ban should be recognized, and that gay and lesbian couples should be permitted to adopt children. Whitman is a supporter of civil unions. She voted in favor of California Proposition 4, an initiative that requires minors to notify a parent prior to requesting an abortion, except in certain cases.[
Reagan was also the ONLY president to pen a book, while in office, called "Abortion & the Conscience of the Nation" criticizing the horrific practice. Here's the front cover:
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