Nutmeg breaks self-financing record

Meg Whitman talks during a campaign appearance ...

Former EBay Inc Chief Executive and California ...

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Repugnican Nutmeg Whitman (pictured above in Los Angeles yesterday), who apparently is trying to make up for that pony that she never got for Christmas, thus far has sunk almost $120 million of her own funds into her campaign for California’s governorship, breaking the previous self-campaign-financing record by around $10 million. 

Billionaire bitch Megalomaniac Whitman, who never has held elected office before, in her quest to be the next governor of California, the nation’s most populous state, has broken the U.S. record for self-campaign financing that previously was held by billionaire Michael Bloomberg, the mayor of New York City.

Bloomberg had held the record — $109 million for his 2009 mayoral campaign, according to the Los Angeles Times — until Nutmeg gave herself a money shot of another $15 million this week, pushing her to $119 million of her own funds to her gubernatorial campaign thus far, according to the Times.

Wow. What kind of egomaniac spends that kind of money on the chance of winning office?

Think of what good that much money could do for people — but instead, Nutmeg is blowing it on the gubernatorial lottery.

The Sacramento Bee’s website notes that “Whitman has said she will spend whatever it takes to win, and predicted ultimately putting in up to $150 million into her campaign.”

Megalomaniac Whitman sorely needs to lose on November 2, not only because her rehashed, pro-corporate Repugnican agenda is the last thing that the struggling state of California needs, but because the voters of California need to send the billionaires a loud and clear message:

We! Cannot! Be! Bought!

If you are interesting in donating to Jerry Brown’s campaign for governor of California, you can click here to do so.

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