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Sunday, February 20, 2005

Alarcon Move

DONEThis might not be of much interest outside the north San Fernando Valley, but our tipster tells us Richard Alarcon may be establishing a Neighborhood Council position in his Senate office.

Rumor has it that Alarcon has set up a "Neighborhood Council Liaison" office to be run by Northridge West Neighborhood Council President Jim Alger. Alger came to notice last year when he led a succesful "David vs. Goliath" Neighborhood Council battle to hold off a DWP rate increase. This battle is said to have put the Councils on the map and significantly increase their standing in the city.

Stay tuned.

45 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Wow. A Neighborhood Council position in the Senate office? I know all about Jim Alger, he did allot of good work with DWP and Neighborhood Councils. He is an obivious choice. May to go!

February 20, 2005 5:11 PM  

Anonymous You are so far behind.... said:

I knew about this. Jim Alger got that position last week. There was an email from someone in my nieghborhood council.

I support anything that any politician, state or city, does to include neighborhood councils.

Alger seems like a pretty good choice to me. Besides the DWP, he has worked on several other issues involving neighborhood councils. I've read about them.

If he is that passionate about them, good for him and good for him getting Richard that passsionate.

Let's hope this spreads to all offices.

February 20, 2005 5:12 PM  

Anonymous good move... said:

Richard Alarcon has made Neighborhood Councils an issue for some time. His plans to give some planning authority to Neighborhood Councils over Land Use issues has been a cornerstone of his campaign. I knew that Jim had been poached for the job last week when he called to get information on our Neighborhood Council meeting in an official capacity for the Senate office. Sounds like Sentator Alarcon has thrown down the gauntlet to take the Councils seriously. I wonder who else will follow.

February 20, 2005 5:28 PM  

Anonymous Citywatcher said:

That has to be another black-eye for Mayor Poopy, Jim Alger is one of the Mayors appointed "Green Ribbon" Commissioners.

Not exactly sure what that means but the Mayor sure thought it was important when he trotted Jim out on que last year on the steps of City Hall.

February 20, 2005 5:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The Green Ribbon Commission was set up to come up with ways to fix the DWP Green Energy program.

Jim Alger represents the Neighborhood Councils of the San Fernando Valley on that commission and has been an outspoken critic of the DWP and City Hall.

I have seen Alger at a few Alarcon DWP events where he delivered an amazing speech on government transparency. He really has risen through the ranks in the past few months, I would have to agree with the previous posters that he certainly seems like an obvious choice.

My guess, knowing Mayor Hahn, look for Alger to be off that commission soonner rather than later.

February 20, 2005 6:27 PM  

Anonymous Jose from Pacas said:

Do you notice that Hertzberg and Alarcon don't generate any hateful comments from the bloggers? Hahn and Parks get some, but its mostly Antonia Villaraigosa. Why is that? What is about this sad little clown that people just hate him? And losers follow him?

It will be good to have our first Jewish mayor, one who has been there for Latinos more than the sad little gangbanging clown ever had.

February 20, 2005 6:29 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Good for Jim. I know him well and he has passion for what he believes in. He's for the little guy and wants to give communities their say in what goes on in city hall. He fought hard for us taxpayers not to get that hike and won. Good luck Jim

February 20, 2005 6:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Jose,

You note that Alarcon doesn't spawn hatred, so you inject it here? Your rant is innopropriate here.

This column wasn't about Hertzberg, Tony, or even Poopy or Parks, it is about Alarcon and Alger and the good that will come out of recent events for all of us.

February 20, 2005 6:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I wish all the Mayoral candidates supported Neighborhood Councils as much as Senator Alarcon. He really shows me every day that he is the right guy for the job.

This is just another example.

February 20, 2005 6:50 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Alarcon made a point of going out to as many of the NCs that he could get in front of about the DWP issue. I saw him at one, and he spoke to them as "peers" and fellow elected leaders. Whether he actually feels that way or not, it was effective. He deserves to get more respect in this run than he has, and probably would be in the 2-3 at this stage if not for some late entrants.

Granted, his TV ads suck... they make him look overly angry about things that many voters are just beginning to understand and dissect, and they come andgo so fast, by the time you figure out it's a new ad -- it's gone and you're trying to remember what it said and who it was about.

February 20, 2005 7:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Alger came out several weeks ago in support of Senator Alarcon. I asked him if he thought Alarcon could win, he told me "if people just hear him, yes". When I said he may go down hard Jim said that if he did, he wanted to be at his side when he did.

Jim has been a serious voice for neighborhood councils and if he is that sold on Richard Alarcon, so am I.

February 20, 2005 7:55 PM  

Anonymous Valley Boy said:

Jim Alger is a self-promoting tool. How many of the above posts are his own? He is decently smart, but thinks he is pretty darn important, where many of us fellow ncers think he is toally full of himself. This should pick up about 4 votes for Alacrony--all from the Alger family.

February 20, 2005 8:53 PM  

Anonymous Don in Sunland said:

Hey Valley Boy, who are the us? Alger has done many good things for NC's. What have you done besides try to tear yet someone else down?

It never fails, someone always has to try and tear someone else down. Jim has done nothing but try and get the NC's some respect. If you don't see that, or are jealous of the respect he has been shown by those who know him then tough.

Jim is very active in NC's and it doesnt shock me one bit that he would have many friends here.

Don't sheat it Jim, congrats!

February 20, 2005 9:50 PM  

Anonymous Don in Sunland said:

Hey Valley Boy, who are the us? Alger has done many good things for NC's. What have you done besides try to tear yet someone else down?

It never fails, someone always has to try and tear someone else down. Jim has done nothing but try and get the NC's some respect. If you don't see that, or are jealous of the respect he has been shown by those who know him then tough.

Jim is very active in NC's and it doesnt shock me one bit that he would have many friends here.

Don't sweat it Jim, congrats!

February 20, 2005 9:50 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Jim is one of the most visible NC leaders in the Valley plus he came out early for Alarcon since they were on the same issues. Good for Jim. I know some NC leaders out there have issues with him for some good reasons, but this is an opportunity for him to bring all the Valley NC's together on some important issues on both the local and state level. I'm all for giving him a try if he can do some good work

February 20, 2005 9:55 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I have a serious issue with neighborhood councils getting any real "power". Good for Jim Alger and his Northridge NC - they seem to be the shining lights of the NC system. But not all NC's are like that. Take my very own NC - The Grass Roots Venice Neighborhood Council. Nothing but a bunch of self-aggrandizing conspiracy freaks who have been rejected by every other political movement known to mankind. The idea of giving these clowns the keys to the rest room, let alone power over local development, makes me ill.

February 20, 2005 11:18 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This is a helluva lot more respect than Villaraigosa shows to NCs in his area, pitting them against one another for favors and trying to get them to out-vote one another when the wishes of one NC go against his own political agenda.

February 21, 2005 2:10 AM  

Anonymous Drowning in Downtown said:

I must say I have to agree with almost everything said here. Richard Alarcon has really made a bold move, one that shows he is serious about Neighborhood Councils.

The Grass Roots Venice guy, I agree with you as well. Many Neighborhood Councils are quite disfunctional but I have to believe that most beginners are. As the Councils maature, it will get better.

I don't know Jim Alger personally like some of you here obviously do, but I have seen him give a few speeches and have heard very little bad about him. He did amazing work uniting not just the valley but the better part of the City Neighborhood Councils on the DWP issue. Considering that Alarcon has mafe Neighborhood Councils and DWP two of his main issues, it makes perfect sense that he would seek out Alger.

I agree with the earlier poster who pointed out that ANY politician who works toward true empowerment should be applauded. I would have been happy with any Neighborhood Council person in such a position in the Senate, but from what I have read about Alger his being there puts some bite into the position.

As for the guy who was ranting about Alger being a self promoter, if that is the worst you have on him then oh well. In the speeches I have seen, he is very quick to give credit to just about anyone but himself but based on this move I would say Alger probably has political ambitions of his own, so what?

I consider Richard Alarcon a long shot at best, but I'll tell you what, Villaraigosa taking money from his Neighborhood Councils, Parks' contempt for NC's, Hertzbergs "no way" attitude, and Hahn... well he is just Hahn, I am going to watch this debate next week with eager eyes.

February 21, 2005 9:57 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I think Jim is a sell out and if Richard Alarcon wasn't running for mayor he wouldn't have been interested in NCs. So, stop patting the two of them on the back.

February 21, 2005 10:16 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Yesterday I didn't even know Alarcon was in the race, now it is all we have been talking about for two days.

I do pat them both on the back. The moves of a distant runner in the Mayoral race can't really be given political motives.

I know Alger vry well, he really has believed in Alarcon when no one else did. He may be many things, but a sell out isn't one of them. If you don't think that Jim aligning himself with a guy who may very well lose won't cost him your crazy. This guy goes with his heart, I wish more people did.

My question is, how many other politicians are willing to take NC's seriously as Alarcon so clearly has?

February 21, 2005 10:23 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This excerpt from the lastest Frontiers News Magazine:

"In the complaint, Freed noted that Hahn's assistant was also named Evan. Freed stated that following his conversation with Hahn, he went back to his office and immediately telephoned Hahn. Hahn's secretary answered the phone and Freed said, 'Tell Jim that Evan is calling.' Hahn picked up the phone and said, 'Evan, sorry to keep you waiting, but I had that Jew faggot Freed in my office.' Freed replied, 'Mr. Hahn, this is Evan Freed.' According to the complaint, Hahn then threatened Freed not to repeat what he had just said.

Hahn terminated Freed in November of 1997.

February 21, 2005 11:00 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Alarcon's move is one of desperation. And Alger will be off the payroll in less than 6 months

February 21, 2005 11:19 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Jim Alger organized and fought DWP on his own time. There are few NC leaders like Rusty from Silverlake and Brady from Downtown that have the same passion. Parks doesn't like NC's and don't want them to have too much power. Alarcon was smart to make the move towards NC's. Even after this election the NC"s will have a direct link to CA legislature. Anyone saying anything negative is jealous of their power.

February 21, 2005 11:30 AM  

Anonymous Jose from Pacas said:

Antonia Villaraigosa y sus amigos es todos amantes alegres. ¡Richard de largo vivo Alarcon el combatiente hispánico verdadero en la raza!

February 21, 2005 11:41 AM  

Anonymous Jose from Pacas said:

VILLARAIGOSA = MARICON

ALARCON = TRUE HISPANIC AMERICAN HERO

Richard Alarcon - never been arrested, respects his parents, worked his way through school, worked hard, served his community, raised a family, clean cut

This is the guy Hispanics can support who supports our traditional values. Antonia the Clown is a perversion of our people and represents everything bad White people think of us.

Vote Alarcon!

February 21, 2005 11:44 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

FROM MEAT:

You really don't want me to bash Richard - he's a good guy.

Antonio is a better guy.

All of that said, if jose from Pacoima (pacas is the gang name for Pacoima in the northeast valley, San Fe is the san Fernando rival) wants to know everything bad about Richard -- here it goes:

1993 -- Alarcon decides to run for City council, which is fine, and it is true he was 5th in fundraising, what he doesn't say however is how he got to the run-off against lyle hall.

Ray Magana was the perceived front-runner for the northeast valley seat and was doing quite well, then Alarcon's campaign consultant James Acevedo (now being investigated by the FBI for his work on the Harbor Commission) goes into magana's campaign and blows the entire thing up. They pit latinos against African Americans so Leroy Chase another candidate who came in 3rd in that race can't claim more voters (since he was on track to be in the run-off once they squashed magana). So then its a race between lyle hall and richard alarcon, using very shady tactics they they win the seat by the smallest margin in CD 7 history. Alarcon then goes onto the council where he makes different committee changes here and there so he can meet lobbyist, since he knows he's going to have to run another day for another seat. They since that SD 20 will open up - so Alarcon sits on the Transportation committee so he can nuetralize Katz (who was assembly transportation chair) uses bandit unregistered taxi cabs during his GOTV effort to give families rides to and from the local precincts.

Loving Richard Alarcon means loving Tony Cardenas, Alex Padilla, James Acevedo and the whole team Richard started. The gang of the northeast are resposible for some of the most gotti like tactics not seen in the valley in its entire history. But again Richard is a good guy, and please do not make me ever do this again -- cause there is a lot more there.

blog away dum-dums

February 21, 2005 12:50 PM  

Anonymous Jose from Pacas said:

Meat is beating his meat or maybe Antonia's. Leave it to him to bash a true man like Richard who supports his family (does Antonio?) and never was in jail in his life.

This is just like the Antonia Clown Patrol of which Meat is about half. Bash a good man to make you look good.

And Meat lies too. He knows that Richard broke from Acevedo, Padilla, Cardenas etc. way back. Why are they supporting Hahn and not Richard if Richard is part of their mafia with that fat cow Yolanda who Hahn loves.

At least we have something in common there puto. You know nothing about Pacoima or the Valley.

February 21, 2005 1:40 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hey MEAT? Did Jimmy email that stuff to you or do you talk on the telephone? I hope it wasn't on City time!

February 21, 2005 2:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

FROM MEAT:

You are correct -- i know nothing about the valley, and i didn't claim Richard had not broke away. But Richard started all those folks to being with --and that you cannot deny. And yes yolando is fat, i agree with you there. But common Jose from Pacas is that something you really want to claim. A gang thats claimed the lives of over 100 young people in the last 6 years. A gang that terrorized good folks like Efren Olivares (he's past away now) the former President of the Hadden/Mercer homeowners association and an Antonio supporter. This homeowners association is the same association that represents Alex Padilla's family and home. (but someone that knows absolutely nothing about the valley wouldn't know this)

Let's also forget the fact that Padilla and Alarcon both supported Superior market on laurel cyn and osborne which the UFCW boycotted.

Also Richard's political dynasty rests on the hands of the current assemblywoman Cindy Montanez who has on paper endorsed him but hasn't done much else -- interesting -- how does this explain her lending one of her aides to Antonio Villaraigosa's campaign. I mean Cindy has to know Richard best, she worked for him, he helped her get elected in the Ssan Fernando city counil and lended her his staff for the assembly race. Gosh maybe she knows Antonio is the best mayoral candidate for the valley.

But of course someone that doesn't know the valley could never know any of this.

blog away gansta jose.

February 21, 2005 2:51 PM  

Blogger SacramentoNighties said:

Dang, these Villaraigosa people have notebooks full of slime ready and committed to memory for ANY potential candidate -- even the guy in 5th place. How scared must his people be to be putting out political smear on Alarcon, because they think he may get 4-5 points that might keep ADV® out of a runoff. Listen to this 2-faced, bipolar discourse... "He's a nice guy, but (switch gears) WE'LL DESTROY HIS REPUTATION TOO IN ANY WAY WE CAN IF HE GETS IN THE WAY OF AV WINNNNNNNNNNING." This guy can't work or run against anyone without taking credit for their work and/or wiping them off the political map.

There's ONLY one good pol anywhere, when you're ADV® -- and that's "Me!". Everyone else is incompetent, crooked, stupid, crooked, fat, crooked, lazy, or crooked.

February 21, 2005 3:30 PM  

Anonymous 3rdFloorGuy said:

It is sad that Antonio and his stooge Meat were more than prepared to go negative on a fellow Latino like Richard Alarcon. This is what Latinos who think they support Antonio need to know. I am not voting for Alarcon (though I am Mexican, I don't vote based on race, I vote on the person) because I don't agree with his plans, but if he won, he would be a fine mayor. As would any of the others running I am not voting for.

Except for Antonio. He has become an embarrassment. Though I know Gloria won't endorse the Mayor, I hope she endorses Richard or Bob cause I will lose all respect for her if she backs that slimeball from the NE.

February 21, 2005 4:25 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You can't deny that Richard Alarcon is a decent man and good career politician with longstanding ties to the San Fernando Valley. But you can't deny his ties to James Acevedo, a man who has ties to Mexican Mafia and other notorious gangs in the Northeast SFV. But we all have connections to some pretty unsavory characters from time to time.

As far as slime, this a political campaign. The books are open on everybody. Has this not been evident when everyone continues to discuss Villaraigosa. Alarcon, Hertzberg, and Parks should prepare for the crap to come out.

I wish Richard Alarcon well in his bid for Mayor. I enjory seeing and talking to him all the time, but no one is immune in this race.

February 21, 2005 5:27 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

FROM MEAT:

Listen if folks are going to blast me (you do everyday) for pointing out some past mistakes of mr alarcon, i only did it because the gangster from pacoima decided to go postal on Antonio.

Bob's supporters have been the most reasonable -- no one hears me attacking Bob or Parks, not too much i think. I'll unleash on Hahn, but thats getting old mainly because its so easy. But there is no threat from Alarcon, like i've said he's a good guy, Antonio is better.

And if you are new to this blog, just know this, i know more about your life than you do, so becareful.

blog away dum-dums

February 21, 2005 5:27 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

More threats from someone who calls another blogger a "gangster."

February 21, 2005 5:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

No one hears MEAT attacking Hertzberg.

Yet. . .

February 21, 2005 5:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

What is Hertzberg free from dirt? How bout asking the folks in the North Valley what they think of Hugsberg. He was speaker of the CA Assembly. He's got some kind of rapsheet I imagine.

February 21, 2005 5:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Many of you who have come to the defense of Alarcon on here have been on the constant attack on Villaraigosa (like SacramentoNighties). It all goes both ways, and if you're going to be quick about attacking one person, you should be expected to take it when others return the favor. It's obvious that many of you don't come on here for nothing else than to throw mud at others (more power to you if that makes you feel important about yourself), but just know that ALL 5 candidates are fair gain. None of the 5 are angels, and I know that in this spinroom we call a blog everybody is going to go after one another.

So don't blog away... battle away.

February 21, 2005 5:38 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

MEAT and other ADV Bloggers,

I understand your frustration with getting bashed so much, rightly so, but now that you want to hit Alarcon because your panties are in bunch from a Pacoiman Gangster post—You MEAT, and you alone have made it personal between the 2 latino campaigns. Sure you, Jimmy, and ADV’s new little Boy Toy Miguel (I have no future), haven’t overtly attacked Alarcon in the Valley—but you sure are you using the same dirty campaign tricks that you accuse Acevedo of. Too bad it isn’t getting you anything. I thought you had the dem party endorsement in the bag—hiring Miguel and making promises to Cindy with her sister’s campaign—a lot of good all that work got you. Just furthered your reputation as a military campaigner who tries to blow up other campaigns—last I checked that got you nowhere in your last campaign. But enough of the past why not address ADV’s lies in his campaign—How many of the 1,600 people showed up to your neighborhood clean-up? Oh wait it was raining—hope it doesn’t rain on March 8th. 80 neighborhood watches—no need to comment—just further evidence that he is a clown. What about his hand drawn map of his subway system—see the above comment. What about the Recall? What about him loosing endorsements in his own turf? What about the fact that he has no principle and has changed ideologies since his last campaign—Meat did you lend him your copy of Adam Smith? What about the fact that AVD is prancing around from other people’s ideas to the next—today Greg Smith is my best friend, let me use Alarcon’s airport idea..Now all of a sudden the Times calls him a coalition builder-Ha—the only coalition he has built is based on lies and false promises—too bad no one is writing a letter to the ethics commission taking him up on all of his lies during his campaign. Keep up the hard work Meat—you really know how to keep races clean—first Beccera and now Alarcon—AVD will go down and his lies will come out one way or another—Good Luck.

February 21, 2005 6:35 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

MEAT and other ADV Bloggers,

I understand your frustration with getting bashed so much, rightly so, but now that you want to hit Alarcon because your panties are in bunch from a Pacoiman Gangster post—You MEAT, and you alone have made it personal between the 2 latino campaigns. Sure you, Jimmy, and ADV’s new little Boy Toy Miguel (I have no future), haven’t overtly attacked Alarcon in the Valley—but you sure are you using the same dirty campaign tricks that you accuse Acevedo of. Too bad it isn’t getting you anything. I thought you had the dem party endorsement in the bag—hiring Miguel and making promises to Cindy with her sister’s campaign—a lot of good all that work got you. Just furthered your reputation as a military campaigner who tries to blow up other campaigns—last I checked that got you nowhere in your last campaign. But enough of the past why not address ADV’s lies in his campaign—How many of the 1,600 people showed up to your neighborhood clean-up? Oh wait it was raining—hope it doesn’t rain on March 8th. 80 neighborhood watches—no need to comment—just further evidence that he is a clown. What about his hand drawn map of his subway system—see the above comment. What about the Recall? What about him loosing endorsements in his own turf? What about the fact that he has no principle and has changed ideologies since his last campaign—Meat did you lend him your copy of Adam Smith? What about the fact that AVD is prancing around from other people’s ideas to the next—today Greg Smith is my best friend, let me use Alarcon’s airport idea..Now all of a sudden the Times calls him a coalition builder-Ha—the only coalition he has built is based on lies and false promises—too bad no one is writing a letter to the ethics commission taking him up on all of his lies during his campaign. Keep up the hard work Meat—you really know how to keep races clean—first Beccera and now Alarcon—AVD will go down and his lies will come out one way or another—Good Luck.

February 21, 2005 6:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

MEAT and other ADV Bloggers,

I understand your frustration with getting bashed so much, rightly so, but now that you want to hit Alarcon because your panties are in bunch from a Pacoiman Gangster post—You MEAT, and you alone have made it personal between the 2 latino campaigns. Sure you, Jimmy, and ADV’s new little Boy Toy Miguel (I have no future), haven’t overtly attacked Alarcon in the Valley—but you sure are you using the same dirty campaign tricks that you accuse Acevedo of. Too bad it isn’t getting you anything. I thought you had the dem party endorsement in the bag—hiring Miguel and making promises to Cindy with her sister’s campaign—a lot of good all that work got you. Just furthered your reputation as a military campaigner who tries to blow up other campaigns—last I checked that got you nowhere in your last campaign. But enough of the past why not address ADV’s lies in his campaign—How many of the 1,600 people showed up to your neighborhood clean-up? Oh wait it was raining—hope it doesn’t rain on March 8th. 80 neighborhood watches—no need to comment—just further evidence that he is a clown. What about his hand drawn map of his subway system—see the above comment. What about the Recall? What about him loosing endorsements in his own turf? What about the fact that he has no principle and has changed ideologies since his last campaign—Meat did you lend him your copy of Adam Smith? What about the fact that AVD is prancing around from other people’s ideas to the next—today Greg Smith is my best friend, let me use Alarcon’s airport idea..Now all of a sudden the Times calls him a coalition builder-Ha—the only coalition he has built is based on lies and false promises—too bad no one is writing a letter to the ethics commission taking him up on all of his lies during his campaign. Keep up the hard work Meat—you really know how to keep races clean—first Beccera and now Alarcon—AVD will go down and his lies will come out one way or another—Good Luck.

February 21, 2005 6:40 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hey MEAT people have posted that in fact Attention Deficit Villaraigosa took money from Neighborhood Councils. Also, those meetings are documented and on record. Meat you kept denying the fact. Now what do you have to say in answer to the fact ADV took money from his CD14 NC's?

February 21, 2005 6:57 PM  

Anonymous Jose from Pacas said:

Meat you are worse than I thought. First I am not a gangster or a member of any gang. I used Pacas cause I was born in Pacoima pinche puto.

It is so sad that you MEat and Antonia the sad little clown have to attack a good Hispanic man like Richard Alarcon. You are dumb shit because what point does it get to attack a fellow Mexican who is in 5th place. Go ahead and post more crap about Richard and we'll post TRUE information about Antonia and his family "problems" you maricon.

Show some huevos and be a man MEAT - tell us the truth about Antonia. But you won't you want to praise your girlfriend Antonia by posting crap about Richard who has done nothing to you.

You are upset because maybe some Latinos will vote for Richard instead when they learn about what a criminal Antonia is. Then, that will put Hahn back in the race with Hertzberg and Antonia will be without a job pinche tiron.

MEAT es usted tan triste usted tiene que apoyar Antonia insultando a Richard?

February 21, 2005 7:06 PM  

Blogger SacramentoNighties said:

Anonymous at 5:38 p.m. said: "Many of you who have come to the defense of Alarcon on here have been on the constant attack on Villaraigosa (like SacramentoNighties)."

For the record, I don't "defend" Alarcon or anyone else. I simply expose Attention-Deficit Villaraigosa's consistent Plan A tactics ("A" for Assasination, character style) for what they are. . . dishonest and distasteful.

February 21, 2005 7:44 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ADV must have told MEAT to back off on Alarcon. Or I guess MEAT was full of shit when he said he had dirt on Alarcon and was going to spill it if we kept attacking Villaraigosa.

I hope Richard knows what a loser Antonio is and that he is not his friend. I am sure Richard will endorse Bob.

February 22, 2005 11:51 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

There is no way that Richard will endorse that slimy Hertzberg. No way. That guy is a loose cannon. He bounces off the walls. He loses his train of thought in mid sentence. He is such a stereotypcial politician who tells everybody what they want to hear. Everybody. I can't imagine how he could ever get anything done with those grandiose ideas that he has no control over. Richard is too smart for that.

February 24, 2005 10:10 PM  

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