After spending $140 million of the money she made as CEO of e-bay on her failed gubernatorial campaign, Meg Whitman disappeared off the California radar.
But... there's been a Meg sighting! That's right. My sister texted me yesterday that Meg was shopping in COSTCO. According to my very reliable source, Meg was seen comparing prices and bought several large blocks of cheese.
As this modern-day Meg Antionette might quip: "Let them eat fondue!"
It would be interesting to see if she hires another housekeeper.....
by Paul Edmondson 7 years ago
Should I vote for Meg Whitman or Jerry Brown?What are the key differentiating issues between the gubernatorial candidates?
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
Reminded me of Biden vs. Palin, only Jerry Brown's gloves were definitely OFF.Would like to hear other opinions.If you think Meg Whitman won this debate, please give specific examples why.
by Riece 7 years ago
Who do you guys think is best fit to be the new governor of California and why? Jerry Brown or Meg Whitman?
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
Is it just me, or does a $5,500 settlement sound like a "why even bother?" amount. I mean, compared to the $140 million + Whitman spent on her unsuccessful attempt to buy the governorship of California (including $2 million spent the day before election day ALONE),associating a dollar...
by MyMastiffPuppies 7 years ago
Whitman has spent $100 million(a good deal of it her own money) on the governor's race in California,yet Jerry Brown still leads in most polls. What does this say about the attitude of California voters?
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