The blizzard of bad commentary that has hit the California gubernatorial recall process gets one's populist blood running. With the honorable exception of George Will, most of the critics have been liberal media types, endlessly repeating the same tired words-"shenanigans," "circus." The scrum of far-fetched candidates, from Larry Flynt to Arianna Huffington, is certainly no more grotesque than the day-to-day governance of the state.
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POSTED: Friday, August 15, 2003