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Tuesday, February 15, 2005

Don't Vote For Walter Moore

RhinoFound something interesting on Walter Moore's website today, and that is his TV commercials. No, they don't feature a 70 foot Walter towering over the border, but just Walter in front of some books.

Now we don't know if Walter is actually airing his commercials anywhere but his website, but you can view them here.

And this makes for a good time to speak some hard truth to conservatives supporting Walter Moore - he does not stand for what you believe in. This is probably why the Republican Party has not given him the time of day. The guy is not a real Republican, despite what he says.

In my opinion, Walter is opposed to private property rights - that is if you own a piece of land and want to build a large scale housing development, he doesn't believe you should. Walter also has views on animal rights that sound similar to that of the wacko group PETA - he doesn't even believe that landlords should be able to restrict pets in their building and he wants to put restrictions on circuses. What the hell is this crap?

Moore may have seduced you with his opposition to illegal immigration which is obviously more than the silence that comes from all five of the other candidates on this issue. But don't buy it.

If you are a pro-business conservative who believes in private property rights and isn't an animal rights wacko, Walter Moore is not for you. Don't be fooled. You'd be better off voting for Bob Hertzberg or Bernard Parks.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Who thought a conservative Republic would bother running for a citywide office in L.A. Especially with his own money.

February 15, 2005 6:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Better a RINO than a dino-saur like Villaraigosa.

February 15, 2005 6:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

He's on a mission from DOG, but does he have a parke?

February 15, 2005 6:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ADV will sell him a dog park, or a regular park. If the price is right, the L.A. Zoo is available (but only during campaign season).

February 15, 2005 6:33 PM  

Anonymous Aushawn said:

Come on people, let's stick to the subject! God knows that there are enough postings to talk about Villaraigosa what those of you who oppose him don't like about him. You don't have to turn EVERY blog topic that comes up into some anti-Villaraigosa bashing.

I came on here to see what the hype is all about and see people get into discussions that are likely going to help educate me about who is the best choice for LA Mayor. But what you are doing only helps show me what little your lives revolve around.

NOW, BACK TO MOORE:

With the cash that he has, it would make more sense to make radio spots rather than TV commercials. At least that way, he can invest it into airtime during conservative talk shows that have major So Cal followings. That would better serve his cause.

I'm sure that everybody in LA except for himself knows that he has no shot at making it to the run-off, but this would help strengthen his voice in the campaign to bring up issues that he feels passionate about.

February 15, 2005 6:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I'll bet you always colored inSIDE the lines, too!

February 15, 2005 7:35 PM  

Blogger SacramentoNighties said:

Sorry, "off-topic" complainer, I was going to post this in the "Is Antonio really that stupid," thread, but it's SO far down there below that huge Hahn-bashing item (dang, Mayor Sam, get an editor).

So, a priest, a bishop, and a rabbi walk into a (sleazy) bar and the CD14 recall-organizing bartender says, "either this is some kind of joke, or you're here for the Villaraigosa 'I've gone back to church' photo-op.'"

February 15, 2005 8:10 PM  

Anonymous boifromtroy said:

Someone should mention this at tonight's special endorsement meeting of the RPLAC.

There sure are alot (albeit a minority I think) of RPLAC members who are drinking the Moore Kool-Aid.

February 16, 2005 8:45 AM  

Blogger Mayor Sam said:

Good point Boi. Moore may have Netkin and McIntyre drinking the Kool Aid, but truth is Walter is just wacko.

Lets hope the Republicans see through this. Yes we want curbs on illegals, but we don't need to elect a RINO wacko to do it.

Central Committee - your old pal Mayor Sam says steer clear of Wacko Walter.

February 16, 2005 12:27 PM  

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