A Bone For Tony Villar
To prove that we don't always slam Villaraigosa, I would like to throw him a bone.
Last night at the Woodland Hills debate he seems to have stolen Alarcon's energy. Last night Alarcon appeared to be the one coasting, while Antonio showed some of the energy from campaigns past. We do have to scold his staff though, as he showed up late due to a scheduling error.
Parks gave his usual monotone performance. Walter Moore provided the entertainment for the evening with his off-beat banter, and Hertzberg was his normal overflowing river of ideas and energy which played well to his audience.
Hahn dodged the festivities yet again, proving his complete incompetence to the very base he needed four years ago, and has written yet another chapter in his novel about how to alienate your friends.
Can Tony repeat his performance? That has yet to be proven, but you can see them all again tonight at the Loyola Marymount debate at 5:00 this evening. (minus Moore and Hahn who is not scheduled to attend)