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Friday, March 04, 2005

Antonio's Victory Party

Hank FondaAntonio Villaraigosa will be holding his election night celebration this Tuesday evening at the Henry Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. Special entertainment program starts at 9:00 p.m.

Is that in the 14th district?


Anonymous Anonymous said:


No it's not. Nor should it be, he's running for Mayor -- he should be somewhere central. Alarcon represented the 7th council district is he having his party in it - NO.

Antonio represented the 45th assembly district and his victory party lies within it.

So let's let all the candidates have their victory parties whereever they want. And get off their backs. if you have a problem with one party you have a problem with all of them.

blog away

March 04, 2005 1:08 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The Fonda name actually is a great juxtaposition for, what will ultimately by an embarrassing loss (x2) at the conclusion of the election season for Tony V. As the Fonda name implies "selling out" (Not Henry - but Jane) and in that Tony V has in fact sold the 14th CD down the river, it makes sense that his “party” will be in Fairytale Land (Hollywood).

While Bob Hertzberg is planning on celebrating his win in the Valley, and Alarcon in the Valley, Parks in South LA, Hahn in….who are we kidding… Hahn and his henchmen will be emptying City Hall of everything that’s not bolted down (AKA Clinton leaving the White House), Tony V will be preaching to all the Hookers, Whinos, Derelicts about his time in the Barrio. And if they have a couple of moments they could just jump out of the Theatre and go to the NE corner of Gower and score some crank from Lil’ Kasheen or his runners.

Yep, this is shaping up to be a real classy event.

March 04, 2005 1:13 PM  

Blogger SacramentoNighties said:

Enjoy, Attention-Deficit. . . it'll be your last chance to celebrate for awhile. Your campaign insultants have apparently been getting paid extra under the table (or should have been), by Hertzberg's people for all the good work they've been doing nailing Hahn too early (BAD Plan A - BAD!), leaving you with an opponent who -- unlike YOU can actually create a winning coalition citywide in Los Angeles (No, your shrinking coalition of far-left and not-so-far-left liberals of all races and creeds don't count then).

Heard Hertzberg on a radio show today (another one you refused to go on because the questions were going to be too "tough"). That's the third drive-time radio show on large-wattage local stations that's talked lately about Tony being afraid to come see them. Don't your people know L.A. is a CAR city -- Angelenos spend HOURS listening to these call-ins everyday. How are you going to win a mayor's race over the next six weeks when you can't show either one of your faces on key talk shows in the most gridlocked city?

Anyway, Hertzberg thinks on his feet, can answer tough questions without cue cards, and actually has some (not all) plausible answers for negatives people try to catch him on. He took listener questions from angry anti-immigrations types and actually held up fairly well. Too bad -- a little more self control (but that always has been a problem) and your people might have handed you Hahn-on-a-platter in the runoff.

"LOVE" - SacramentoNighties

March 04, 2005 1:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Attention Deficit Villaraigosa took Steve Lopez to Kate Mantilini in Beverly Hills not the great Mexican restaurants in CD14. That should say a lot to people. IF that jerk makes the run off then thank god the recall people have 95 DAYS TO GET HIM OUT. I heard LATINOS CAME OUT FOR HAHN TODAY.

March 04, 2005 2:13 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Well, I live in CD 14 and so does much of my extended family, and we all have already voted for AV. I don't care where the party is as long as we have another celebration for AV when he becomes MAYOR...MAYOR VILLARAIGOSA

March 04, 2005 2:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Not in this century, poseur!

March 04, 2005 2:42 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

To previous ANON... You are so full of shi*. Your IP address is downtown and funny it rather similar to MEAT's. If you lived in CD14 (along with your "extended family") you would be the handful of votes that the 14th will ultimately send ADV's way. Tony Villa is NOT counting on your support... Does NOT want your support unless you are White... Westside... Ultra Liberal.... Dine in Beverly Hills.... and have a minimum of 4 babys Mammas.

Have a great life...Loser....

Hug MEAT for us...MEAT will require alot of hugs to get through the next 4 days....

March 04, 2005 2:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

FROM MEAT: Why don't you hug me?

My IP adress -- how on earth can you get my IP address unless you are the owner/operator of this website.

I know Mayor Sam, and you are no Mayor Sam.

So from now on - if you bash Antonio how about you tell us which loser you support. (sorry bob, but its 4 days til election day, and while no one truly is a "loser" all candidates are for the purposes of this rant are.)

Run-down of the "losers"

Jim "son of sam" hahn - and a cousin of Gotti's to boot.

Bob "stay puff" Hertzberg

Richard "Acevedo maker" Alarcon

Bernard "liquor store squeezer" Parks

Blog away dum-dums

blog away dum-dums

March 04, 2005 3:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You guys gotta cut MEAT some slack. He's stressed and woried if ADV doesn't do well he loses his job as a field staffer. Speak of yelling MEAT heard ADV was ranting to his staff both city and campaign that everyone needs to pull in round the clock hours for the next couple of days. He even has little kids for tomorrow's get out the vote. Now that truly is desperate. It won't surprise anyone if he brings in county people like he always does and pretends they're CD14 folks to help out.

March 04, 2005 3:28 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

My my my MEAT...
Already feeling the heat?
What will your next job be?
Is that, your Resume', being passed around?

Tony (ADV) "The Loser" Villa is setting himself up for embarrassment since by the end of this election cycle, he will have lost...AGAIN...

LAT headline about his loss will read something like this:

“Villaraigosa Losses...Again”
“Villaraigosa Flame-Out”

The inset story will deal with his aligning (and losing) with Kerry as well as the grassroots campaign by CD14 to have him recalled.

MEAT… your blogging days are coming to an end on the subject of ADV. You may want to tackle some other subjects. Or is it true the rumor that you will be the MEAT in Jackson’s trial for molestation or rather…. MEAT for WACKO WALTER…yeah that sounds about right….

March 04, 2005 3:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The recall is on its way collecting thousands of signatures in the 14th district! Once the media gets wind that many signatures were obtained by this weekend, there no way Tony will be celebrating.

March 04, 2005 3:55 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The recall is on its way collecting thousands of signatures in the 14th district! Once the media gets wind that many signatures were obtained by this weekend, there is no way Tony will be celebrating.

March 04, 2005 3:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mayor Sam what will you do after Tuesday? Gee, you'll lose all of us who want ADV out. How embarrassing is it when the media consistently state that "he's lost his spark from 4 years ago."? MEAT hasn't answered my question. Tell me what has ADV done in 2 years besides the lies he states in his tv ad?????? Anxiously waiting your reply. NO Sacramento either.

March 04, 2005 4:00 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

meat election night is your last chance to give tony a good blow-job.

March 04, 2005 4:07 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

To ANON 4:07pm:

C'mon, don't you know....

ADV loves to go down on MEAT.


Yeah Baby...

March 04, 2005 4:11 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I don't like the fact that everyone seems to picking on you. It is wrong. You are special. Many of us are in awe of your.....

Sucking abilities....

March 04, 2005 4:12 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

From LAvoice.org comment and so true.

That said, I think your headline "Bob 'n' Antonio Follow" is incorrect - expecially in Villaraigosa's case. His campaign has been based since the day he announced his candidacy on the same material as he features in his latest ads. Only the delivery vehicle has changed. If this is going "negative" -- then Hahn is the follower in this case.

March 04, 2005 4:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You're welcome. . . but that blog owner go a bit defensive, suggesting his headline actually meant negative "ads," specifically.

(AKA "Clarifier")

March 04, 2005 4:20 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I get the connection now -- Henry Fonda, "Grapes of Wrath" like the "wrath" Tony Villar's people have been trying to stamp out in the district since he lied about not running for mayor.

March 04, 2005 5:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

As in - "we're kinda fonda of seeing the back of Antonio"

Viva The Recall

March 04, 2005 5:49 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

According to antonio2005 Hahn's going negative in a big way. See "endgame" and MEAT's very stupid comment. What a dum-dum!

March 04, 2005 6:07 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

In MEAT'S earlier post he writes, "No it's not (in the 14th District). "Nor should it be, he's running for Mayor."
What you are saying MEAT, and in contrast to your argument that a Mayor Villaraigosa would be good for the CD14, is that once he is mayor Antonio won't be giving any special treatment to us. Lopez in Beverly Hills, celebration (?) in Hollywood. DO WE NEED THIS GUY TO REPRESENT US?


March 04, 2005 6:12 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Please - What did pacheco ever do for us when he was in office. A cheap ass jogging path. At least with Antonio we've been geeting alot more services and great events in our boyle heights.

CD14 resident-

I'm glad I'll be in hollywood celebrating hahn's pick slip.

March 04, 2005 8:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You people don't realize how real the recall is! At this point, and I've counted...we have 1,000,213 signatures, and we aren't stopping yet! Our goal at the end of this weekend is another 500,000 and then by the end of March we will be up to close to 3,000,000! But we won't stop there, no! Just to show our power, we're going to get the entire LA county to sign and by the time we turn the petitions in we'll have all 15,000,000 people in LA county. Viva la Recall!

March 04, 2005 9:04 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why is Villaraigosa's victory party location even a blog subject? That's ridiculous. This only goes to show that this site is purely anti-Villaraigosa. You really proved it right here Mayor Sam.

March 04, 2005 9:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Antonio's biggest problem is that he will still lose in May.

The Valley will not see him differently now than four years ago because he truly hasn't changed in those four years.

South LA will still rather prefer the devil they know (Hahn) over a new one (Villaraigosa), especially since they feel squeezed out by Latinos already.

If it's Bob in the runoff, the Valley will choose him over Antonio every day of the year and I think South LA will choose an anglo over the latino, too.

March 04, 2005 11:58 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Antonio, do you have time to post here? What did Pacheco do for CD14. I'll tell you - everything you are claiming credit for! With two exceptions: 1) Pacheco didn't create 80 neighborhood watches and NEITHER DID YOU. 2) Pacheco didn't get the people of CD14 to clean up the streets in Days of Service HE ACTUALLY GOT THE CITY -THE PEOPLE WE PAY TAXES TO - TO DO THEIR JOB AND TIDY THE PLACE UP.

March 05, 2005 8:34 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

IN 2 years Attention Deficit Villaraigosa has used the youth to sweep streets and LIEd abut creating neighborhood watches. That's it and people think this entitles him to be mayor? He's had 11 HOMICIDES in his district but hasn't said ONE WORD about it nor has he been to see the bodies like he claims. He made hard working people who worked all their lives lose their savings and 401K while in Sacramento. Now he says "let's stop the blame game." Idiot!!! You go RECALL PEOPLE. You have til May to get his ass OUT. We're counting on you. You're our last hope to get rid of his sleazy butt

March 05, 2005 8:57 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Recall. One day = 954 signatures. 59 days remaining.


March 05, 2005 10:08 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I may be getting a villaraigosa " don't call me out" alumni asssociation started. I was one who was told by antonio villaraigosa to not call him out.

On mayor sam's I see that I wasn't the only one. I may start a blog about this soon to get teh ball rolling.

Do you guys thoink there is a lawsuit, a violation of the brown act involved in this sort of behavior/ It was rather intimidating when it was done to me.

March 05, 2005 2:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why should ADV hold a victory party on the Eastside, he's done nothing here. His claims of many new neighborhood watches and mobilizing thousands are outright lies, as posted here repeatedly. No significant projects have been completed in two years.

By contrast Hahn has served the Eastside, as follows:

-- Mayor Hahn’s efforts to put more police on our streets, restore Los Angeles’ community policing program, and bring new leadership to the Los Angeles Police Department have gotten significant results. Compared with just two years ago, violent crime is down in every LAPD area, including the Hollenbeck and Northeast areas, which serve East Los Angeles neighborhoods. Citywide, crime is down 18 percent compared with two years ago.
-- Expanded the city’s nationally-recognized LA’s BEST after school program to serve over 5,500 additional students at over 45 additional schools. The program now provides free of charge a safe, educational, and fun place for more than 3,900 students at 29 elementary schools in East Los Angeles. Citywide, it serves over 20,000 students at over 125 schools.
-- Successfully advocated to bring the Gang Reduction Program to East Los Angeles to provide millions in grant funds to after school, college preparation and other programs that give young people positive alternatives to gangs.
-- Worked with LAPD to enhanced efforts to reduce gang-related crime in East Los Angeles, including provision of additional resources to areas with high gang-related crime through the LAPD’s Community Safety Operations Task Force.
-- Led the effort to reinstate the Senior Lead Officer (SLO) Program, LAPD’s community policing program, to provide a direct link between Los Angeles communities and the police department.
-- Created a Joint Park Safety Task Force and directed the LAPD to deploy specialized resources to neighborhood parks that most need additional security. The task force created stop-in centers at over 60 city parks to enhance police presence, including more than a dozen parks in East Los Angeles.
-- Worked with LAPD to ensure the department tracks and monitors pedestrian and traffic stops to help the department identify potential problems with racial profiling. Mayor Hahn included requiring this data collection as part of the consent decree he negotiated when he was City Attorney.
-- Removed more than four million square feet of graffiti from over 86,000 locations in East Los Angeles.
-- Launched a program to increase arrests of those who illegally dispose of items such as couches, televisions, mattresses, or other hazardous waste on city streets or alleys. Since the beginning of the Hahn Administration, more than 46,000 tons of illegally dumped items have been removed from East Los Angeles neighborhoods.
-- Supports more than 80 neighborhood councils across the city, including those that represent East Los Angeles neighborhoods. Mayor Hahn provided up to $50,000 for each neighborhood council to use for operating expenses and neighborhood projects of their choice.
-- Worked with the Los Angeles Public Library to open or renovate branch libraries in East Los Angeles, including the Arroyo Seco, Cypress Park, Edendale, and El Sereno branch libraries.
-- Provided over $1 million to East Los Angeles communities through the Neighborhood Block Grant (NBG) program, which is helping to make streetscape and housing improvements in Lincoln Heights and El Sereno.
-- Advocated for and closely monitored the East Central Interceptor Sewer (ECIS) project to ensure that it was completed on-time and on-budget. The project, which rehabilitated the city’s sewer system in East, Central, and South Los Angeles neighborhoods, increased the system’s capacity and will greatly reduce the number of sewage spills. Prior to the construction of ECIS, heavy rains would cause sewage to flow into the streets and there were some instances where children were walking through raw sewage to get to school. ECIS was the largest public works project in the city’s history.
-- Worked with the Department of Recreation and Parks to rehabilitate or open a dozen park facilities in East Los Angeles neighborhoods, including new skate parks in Hollenbeck, El Sereno, and Lincoln Park, the new Dodger Dream Fields at Bishop Canyon and the Montecito Heights Recreation Center, and the new Audubon Center at Debs Park, which is the second urban nature center in the country.
-- Working to develop a park at Taylor Yard in Northeast Los Angeles. A partnership with the State of California, this park will include soccer and baseball fields, nature trails, picnic areas, and habitat restoration.
-- Negotiated an agreement with the Los Angeles Unified School District to allow greater community use of school facilities and expand recreation and open space for Los Angeles families.
-- Lobbied successfully to secure federal funding for the 6-mile Eastside Light Rail project to extend the Metro Gold Line into East Los Angeles.
-- Created the Street Smart program, which targets for traffic-reducing improvements 35 of Los Angeles’ busiest streets and when completed will save Los Angeles drivers an estimated 15 million hours per year. Streets that will be improved in East Los Angeles neighborhoods through this program include Colorado Boulevard, Valley Boulevard, San Fernando Road, and Mission Road.
-- Created the Traffic Safety and Congestion Relief Plan, which identifies and makes improvements to 25 of Los Angeles’ worst intersections every year. These improvements make the intersections safer and help reduce traffic congestion for over 1 million drivers every day.
-- Worked with the city’s Community Development Department program to hire hundreds of qualified young people in Boyle Heights through the Youth Opportunity Movement, which provides education, job training and employment services.
-- Provided funding that is helping to bring over 600 new housing units to East Los Angeles through the $100 million Housing Trust Fund. Under his leadership, Los Angeles went from having one of the worst records on housing to becoming home to the nation’s largest local housing trust fund. In the last three years, Los Angeles has doubled the pace of housing development.
-- Expanded the adaptive reuse ordinance, which is helping to adapt vacant buildings into thousands of quality housing units. Over 1,000 adaptive reuse units are in various stages in East Los Angeles.
-- Worked with local labor organizations to help Homeboy Industries graffiti clean-up team members find jobs with the Painters and Ironworkers.

March 05, 2005 6:24 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I may be getting a villaraigosa " don't call me out" alumni asssociation started. I was one who was told by antonio villaraigosa to not call him out.

On mayor sam's I see that I wasn't the only one. I may start a blog about this soon to get teh ball rolling.

Do you guys thoink there is a lawsuit, a violation of the brown act involved in this sort of behavior/ It was rather intimidating when it was done to me.

March 05, 2005 6:35 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You go Hahn. He had the courage to get rid of that loser Bitter Bernie and give LA the best police chief in the nation. We would still have Bernie who made us lose 1,000 cops. ADV has aligned himself with that loser. Bob is not saying who is law firm clients are and is still being paid $20,000 for not working. ADV looks like he hasn't time to put his greisan formula on his hair. The white is really showing. Let's see if he puts his graying formula on before Tuesday. Latino leaders in Boyle Heights came out Friday in support of Hahn. 48 hrs to go

March 06, 2005 9:48 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Best debate of the whole campaign season; finally the candidates tell the TRUTH:


March 06, 2005 9:49 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Pathetic that there are signs of the other candidates in Attention Deficit Villaraigosa's own backyard. Jessica Garrison needs to take a cold shower. Her stories on ADV in LAT are getting old. Not one word of recall or the lies on those neighborhood watches. Amazing how stupid a woman can be because she's charmed by an asshole like Antonio. Tells me she's an insecure bimbo who is desperate for attention. She's the laughing stock of CD14 where she lives.

March 06, 2005 2:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Antonio Villaraigarrison.

March 06, 2005 3:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Umm so i am going to make a deal with you RECALL FAKES. There is going to be an official poll of every voter in the 14th district. Recall folks if you think you have a chance then let's see how CD 14h votes on Tuesday.

I think this whooe recall debate will be over this Tuesday -- if what i think happens, happens then you RECALL FAKES will never get a single drop of ink or seriousness.

blog away dum-dums

March 06, 2005 4:49 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Deals? Is that what you just wrote? You wanna make deals now? Uh Uh... Sucker... It's too late for deals. Tony V and all the king's men & women are going down...

Viva La Recall.....

CD14 Recallistas

March 06, 2005 5:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

MEAT some of the most active residents in CD14 are collecting signatures. They have til MAY not Tuesday to get them. ADV can get all the votes he wants. Once the residents who aren't active or rarely go to any meetings hear that ADV has been an absent councilman and he's done nothing for their district who the hell do you think the people will listen to? Their own people who live in their community. The recall people will have backers of Alarcon and other candidates behind them.

March 06, 2005 6:10 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

To MEAT. You don't live in the 14th District. Keep your nose out of our business.

March 06, 2005 7:09 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Many thanks to all the "recallistas" (i like that)who collected their recall petition books over the weekend. We got over one thousand signatures between Friday afternoon and Saturday noon. Keep it up. We have another two months (60 days) to go.

Viva the Recall!

March 06, 2005 7:24 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Meat has an advantage over those of us from CD14 -- he has an actual councilmember (says he lives in 13 I believe), we don't. I wrote Garcetti an e-mail once about something that affected the west side of CD14 and part of CD13 - and told him in my e-mail I didn't live in his district, and got a personal response the next day. I don't even get personal responses from the STAFF of my own councilmember in CD14 and I've been a community activist for many years - even given Villaraigosa some praise for the minor things his staff has done (to try to get on their good side), turns out they don't have one. And I don't have the kind of campaign money it takes to get on his donors' list to get an audience.

March 06, 2005 8:05 PM  

Blogger SacramentoNighties said:

Said MEAT, "I think this whooe (whole?) recall debate will be over this Tuesday..."

It's not a debate -- it's a petition (look it up - the first is political positioning, the second is the will of the people), and it is gathering grass roots steam, unlike ADV's campaign - which is a arrogant, top-down attempt by the misguided to "correct" what they see as a 4-year-old mistake made (ironically) by the people.

But it is good you NOW finally admit ADV might not make the runoff on Tuesday - and that might derail the recall. I still think he'll make it, MEAT, even though your faith appears to be waivering -- but, if he does come in third, even the most pissed off CD14 people would probably feel sorry for him (again) and drop the recall effort. Must be that the ranting and raving heard coming from the Villaraigosa campaign has finally reached your ears. They're actually scared that if the turnout is as limp as the defenses offered here for ADV's bad CM performance, and as scant as his lawn signs barely visible even on Mt. Washington -- he'll have to go back to work. If he can remember what his paid job actually is.

Let's hope your right (for once), and his ill-fated mayoral campaign and the recall it prompted ends this week. I'm sure the activists in CD14 would rather be campaigning for someone for mayor that actually stands a chance of winning in the general election. They're tired of be represented by the LOSER!

(I KNOW you didn't mean to suggest that if ADV gets some votes for Mayor in CD14 that means the recall has no merit). There are ADV groupies here , too, just like in Los Feliz -- who would follow him off a cliff, if he told them to -- except HE wouldn't actully jump like the dum-dums do).

March 06, 2005 8:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


On tuesday march 8th there will be a poll in CD 14. Every single voter has a chance to make their opinion known, and on that day will be the best indicator of how the folks of CD14 feel about Antonio.

The recall folks are soooo smart and savvy that they've chosen the route that allows them to only have half as much time as they would've had if they had filled out their forms right.

The recall is FAKE put on by FAKE people.

And as for a debate about the recall, i think it's already been going on since that recall website popped up. Heck we've been debating on this site for months about it.

Prove to the city this debate has momentum, prevent Antonio from getting 50% or more this Tuesday. If you can do that you have my attention, if not leave your recall at the door dum-dums.

March 06, 2005 10:39 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Meat, it sounds like your really getting cooked as the recall is gaining momentum. The recall is real and being implemented by real people following the proper protocal to get the job done. If AV loses in the runoff for Mayor, the recall will continue. He has done nothing but betrayed the 14th district. We simply want to replace him. He lied and continues to lie. AV's best bet is to resign from the 14th district!

From the 14th who just signed the petition today!

March 07, 2005 12:03 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Be careful what you wish for, MEAT. ALARCON signs have been popping up all over the 14th all weekend. One local weekly paper is predicting a heavy split of the Latino vote -- of those inclined to vote for another Latino, anyway -- between these two, not reflected in any of the polls. Alarcon is being portrayed more and more, on the Eastside, as the "true" Latino - and not a sellout to Westside money and influence.

March 07, 2005 9:51 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Great point on the RECALL is its a win-win situation. If ADV gets in run-off RECALL folks have til May to collect signatures. The positive is the other candidates supporters have said they can't help til after Tuesday. Then they will ALL jump on the bandwagon to help get ADV OUT. Alarcon, Huggy and even some of Bitter Bernie people want ADV OUT. MEAT is trying to spin all he wants. Latinos who don't know any better may vote for ADV tomorrow. However, by the time the RECALL people get to them and let them know what a loser ADV is they'll be signing the petition. Good job this weekend all over district.

March 07, 2005 11:10 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Lots of Bernard Parks signs in the business areas of the Eastside, but many have been vandalized (and NOT by taggers, its "3T")... Typical Tony Tactics.

March 07, 2005 5:23 PM  

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