Arnold Steinberg at NRO tries to give pause to those who think 1) that Devis will certainly lose the recall, and 2) that Ahhnold S. will become governor. He criticizes the Friday night poll (wherein AS gets 25%), but I have already mentioned the Sunday CNN poll, which even looks more promising on both issues. While being aware that polls don’t mean everything, yet I think the nature of the revolution taking place in California is such that the candidate that will prosper most will be the one that is seen to be least tied to the political establishment. So, while Steinberg’s cautions should be taken seriously, in the end, he will have been proven wrong, imho. Daniel Weintraub says "Gray Davis has a huge problem on his hands, one probably unprecedented in modern American politics. There is no model for how he can get himself out of it. The immediate problem is this: he is becoming irrelevant."