Well papers are graded and the semester is over. All that’s left is administrative paper work – and the 2010 Primary Elections.
I’ll be providing analysis for KGTV 10 again this year, between 8:30 or there abouts (depending on how long it takes the Lakers to dunk the Celtics) and 11:30. This year I get to be in studio which means a) I don’t have to deal with all the noise and crazy people down at Golden Hall; and b) I don’t have to deal with the labor dispute at Golden Hall.
(Note to Jess Durfee: Yo Dude, while it is commendable that you are holding the line in Union Solidarity—Go AFT 1931, my homies–and all by not crossing the line into Golden Hall do realize that means for most San Diegans tonight politics in America’s Finest City is going to be dominated by Republicans, Tea Partiers and the Really Really Really Whacked Out Right that thinks Ron Paul is still running while Democrats are the Party That Can Not Find There Way On To The TV. Hope you have a backup plan, dude.)
I’ll also be participating in City Beat’s first election night live chat room which you too can join at SDVOTES.COM. Hope to hear from you.
I wrap up tomorrow with KPBS’s election wrap up on These Days at 9AM.
So, lots to do and talk about. I’ve got three major questions for the evening:
1. Is California heading towards blissful Matriarchy? Will Whitman/Fiorina/Atkins/Salas et al. triumph over their male rivals?
2. Is California heading deeper into Plutarchy? Will PG&E and Mercury Insurance be able to show that it really is that easy (albeit pricey) to buy the legislation they want wholesale through the initiative process cutting out the legislative middlemen?
3. Combining 1 & 2, with the megabucks spent by Whitman & Fiorina, Inc. will California now be ruled by Plutarchy with a Femine Face?
The next twelve hours will tell.
Go vote if you haven’t. I am.