I basically don't agree with the recall in the first place. Don't get me wrong, I certainly don't like Davis, but I don't think we should start recalling every politician that we don't like after they've been officially voted into office. Might be nice at times, but to me it just isn't the way the system should work, especially when it only took such a tiny percentage of the state's population to get the recall vote in the first place. And my main concern is that for a state with critical problems all revolving around a budget crisis - spending $80+ million dollars on an alternative election to elect an actor with no political background (but $20-something million in his pocket to spend on his flashy campaign) is a good move? I don't think he'll necessarily be all that bad, I'm hoping for the best actually, I just mainly didn't think the recall was a good idea to start with.