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It's War in California

June 24, 2003 11:02 PM

John Broder: "Sacramento is in a state of near-perfect political meltdown."

Roger Salazar, a Democratic consultant:

The fierce partisanship goes down into the policy levels, where there's no negotiation, no discussion, no common ground. There is no doubt in my mind that what the Republicans want to do is bloody Davis up so that the public becomes so disgusted they're willing to accept a radical solution.

This is nothing more than a conservative coup attempt.

Joe Canciamilla: "I've never seen anything like this at any level of government. The mood here is a blend of frustration, desperation and utter amazement."

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