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Can Jerry Brown reinvent himself one more time?

The former California governor is running for a third term, after a multi-decade period of "reflection". But he still is the same study in contradictions. From Moonbeam to Sunbeam? From "Castro is cool" to "I'm not a fool"? Don't count on it. Check out > http://www.jaygaskill.com/ThereGoesJerryAgain.htm . Why should the rest of the USA care about California's election for governor? The question is a bit like asking the occupants of the elite suites in the Titanic why they should care about what goes on at the Bridge. JBG

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