Jerry Brown may not be my first choice to once again become Governor of California, but if this is the quality of his potential opponents, then he's going to win in a walk.
Millionaire CEO types have a really bad history in California politics. There was Michael Huffington spent who spent $28 million to loose to DiFi. (That campaign did spawn the pundit career of his ex-wife, so not money totally wasted) Al Checchi threw away over 40 million to get crushed by Grey Davis(!?) in the 1998 primary.
It is comforting to me to know that money doesn't buy everything. And Jerry Brown knows this game better than Meg Whitman ever has a hope of learning.
And he's going to teach her, but the lesson will cost her