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Friday, March 04, 2005

Mayor Sam's Mayoral Endorsement

candidatescandidatesFirst off let's start off with who not to vote for.

Don't vote for Walter Moore. We've made it clear why Walter would be real bad for LA. He talks a good game on illegal immigration and some other issues, but here is a guy who wants to deny property the owners the right to build on their land and wants to shut down legitimate businesses such as pet shops. Besides - who the hell is this guy?

Don't vote for James Hahn. This mayor is by far the worst in LA history, even worse than I was. Lately, he's been acting like me too with his back against the well trying to scare white people. Sigh. Pay to play, whatever, this guy is boring and doesn't have the vision for a modern LA.

So who am I picking? Stay tuned.

37 Comments:

Blogger Mayor Sam said:

I think I was able to fix this. Blog away dum dums.

March 04, 2005 5:41 PM  

Anonymous Moore is Better said:

Mayor Sam,
First, you are correct, "Anybody but Hahn." Dump Hahn on March 8!

Second, you continue to distort Walter Moore's platform on development and pets.

Walter is not against development- he's against overdevelopment. Walter supports property rights for the existing zoning on properties and the bundled rights with them. What he is against are the variances and density bonuses that create bigger developments beyond the allowed zoning. This is how we get developments that are out of scale with the surrounding community and increased traffic impacts.

Walter has a innovative idea that pet shops can help the city animal shelters sell stray animals. America in general and L.A. in particular have a pet overpopulation problem. By using a market-based approach, Walter has a solution to having a "no kill" animal shelter policy and less animals will be destoryed simply because they are not wanted or not beautiful (pure bread).

Go to his website, www.mooreisbetter.com You'll learn that Walter has many great ideas and that he should be elected as the next Mayor of the City of Los Angeles.

March 04, 2005 6:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

moore is less

March 04, 2005 6:18 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

More or less. . .

March 04, 2005 6:26 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

DAMN, SAM. You must be a female, as some have opined here. Who else would be such an f*cking tease!

March 04, 2005 6:27 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

it is so obvious that you are endorsing hertzberg

March 04, 2005 6:44 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mayor Sam, do an LA Times cop out and and give one-quarter endorsements to everybody that's left! Maybe they'll all list you on their campaign Websites under endorsements from "deceased city officals."

March 04, 2005 7:32 PM  

Anonymous Bill Wyatt said:

Moore is Bitter!

Upset that he isn't the only Republican in this election, Mr. Moore let's loose on my campaign comparing me to Hillary Clinton: "Don't waste your vote on the liberal Democrat who falsely claims he's "business friendly." Anyone can make that claim...And don't be fooled by the other candidate who says he's a Republican...He's about as Republican as Hillary Clinton!...Don't fall for Democrat mind-games."

March 04, 2005 7:53 PM  

Anonymous GIRTH said:

Yea i'm really going to be convinced and vote for someone that has enough time on his hands to post on THIS blog! lol moron.

Also, $100 says Douche Bag Sam endorses his butt buddy "Huggy Hertzy"....any takers?!?!?

March 04, 2005 8:22 PM  

Anonymous GIRTH said:

Yea i'm really going to be convinced and vote for someone that has enough time on his hands to post on THIS blog! lol moron.

Also, $100 says Douche Bag Sam endorses his butt buddy "Huggy Hertzy"....any takers?!?!?

March 04, 2005 8:22 PM  

Blogger Flap said:

Mayor Sam you gonna give any points?

March 04, 2005 9:13 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

As if being a shill for Hertzberg is gonna stop when you have to make an endorsement. This is so anti-climactic. Move on folks. Nothing to see here.

March 04, 2005 11:35 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Of course it's Hertzberg. Who couldn't have guessed that. I just hope he gets hit hard in I.E.'s this week. He's a big dodo bird and it's infuriating that he has fooled so many Republicans.

March 05, 2005 3:52 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Fooled so many Republicans? You mean Schwarzenegger and Riordan?

March 05, 2005 7:30 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Speaking of Moore is Bitter, did anyone here the interview he did last night on Al Rantel? Gay Al must have a big hard on for him, because his softball interview of this wacko made a Larry King show look like hard hitting journalism. Thank God at a point that Mr. KABC came on and asked Wacko Walter some real questions like how Walter plans to pay for some of his schemes.

For Wyatt's knowledge, Wally told Al that he (Walter) is a pro-gay, pro-choice "Liberal Republican."

Wonder what Hal Netkin thinks about that?

Too bad you didn;t come out sooner Billy, you could have had some of Wally's glory.

March 05, 2005 1:25 PM  

Anonymous Ryan Gene said:

Moore will be really bad for L.A.? I fail to see whatever your point is on that.

Bill Wyatt is an idiot. He's like the geek in school who sat with your group at lunch only because you felt sorry for him.

And Hertzberg, who I'm going to assume you're endorsing, is an idiot as well. While he was in the State Assembly, he helped passed legislation in such a way that when he got out, he benefitted from. Imagine him being mayor working on legislation that, when he gets out of office (I'm hoping he doesn't get in to begin with) he'll reep the benefits of whatever legislation he passes.

That's not what I want for in a mayor -- thinking about himself 24/7. I want a mayor who actually beleives in the city of Los Angeles and the people who reside in it. Not about himself.

That's all I have to say about that.

March 05, 2005 4:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

parks all the way. this is a good read from a website. and hertzberg is guilty of conflicts of interest and i will go public if he makes the runoff.

http://www.zbone.com/hts/zbb.mv?showmessage+politics+1109977831

March 05, 2005 6:51 PM  

Blogger Bill Wyatt said:

Anonymous, "Bill Wyatt is an idiot. He's like the geek in school who sat with your group at lunch only because you felt sorry for him."

All I've got to say is, "Sweet".

Vote for Pedro

March 05, 2005 8:20 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Go Bill Wyatt. What I don't get is why Ryan Gene would attack you like that when his own web site bio describes his own school experience like this:

"At McDonald Junior High, I battled a personal weight problem brought on by the stress of my mother's problems and her constant jail time. It was about this time where I felt misguided and friend-less due to my physical appearance. Yea, I had a personal image problem. My eyesight got bad, thus ensuing the inevitable "geek glasses." It wouldn't be until a few years later where I would get sick of worrying and complaining that I actually did something about it.

The four years I spent at Mayde Creek High School shaped me more as a person than anything. I got a sense of how life actually works, how people often treat each other in everyday life, and got the opportunity to meet the individuals who helped me get my feet on the ground and running." (from http://www.ryangene.com/bios/bios2.html)


I guess he learned by becoming a dick who makes fun of others now.

March 05, 2005 11:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Bob is getting hammered for not disclosing which clients he represents sinc leaving WA DC. Media is assuming they are energy companies. Bob's getting paid $20,000 per month from his law firm for doing absolutely nothing. Mayor Sam looks like corruption is following Bob. How can you endorse?

March 06, 2005 7:33 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

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

http://www.captainautomatic.com/images/mayor-web.mov

March 06, 2005 9:48 AM  

Blogger Bill Wyatt said:

That is interesting about Ryan, but being a geek is a compliment and not being a part of the "insiders" is a plus in many ways. I thought "geek" was cool, hmmm, where is my fashion tip sheet. The one thing about being a "geek" is that I can do and say what I want in a campaign because it doesn't really matter. Frankly, the better chance you've got of winning, the more restricted and controlled a candidate must be. So sitting at the table with all the "cool" people is a drawback when it comes to solving the problems that we face in LA.

Also, as to having the time to post, don't think that the other campaigns don't have the time, they just have surrogates do the dirty work for them. These types of interchanges are more direct and agressive than what they have to deal with on a made for tv debate and unless we expect the candidates to come forward, themselves, you'll keep getting contrived rhetoric instead of real people.

March 06, 2005 11:18 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

IF your tired of corruption, VOTE ALARCON.

IF your want real control over local decisions in your neighborhood, VOTE ALARCON.

IF you want developers' money OUT of City Hall, VOTE ALARCON.

IF you want landfills closed, VOTE ALARCON.

IF your tired of negetive campaigns, VOTE ALARCON.

Only one candidate out there has run a clean campaign, based on what he HAS done and WILL do.

Only ONE candidate wants to return City Hall to the people.

Only ONE candidate is talking about REAL solutions for REAL problems.

That candidate is Senator Richard Alarcon.

You say you want to change LA? Well here is your chance.

VOTE ALARCON!!!!

March 06, 2005 12:44 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It is funny that the best candidate is the one with the least traction... although he is the currrent leader in the mayorsam online poll, maybe his traction will come this weekend?

Stranger things have happened.

March 06, 2005 12:49 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Walter Moore is a moron who wants to privatize Building and Safety... nothing more needs to be said about him.

Tony V is a liar who promissed everyone he WAS NOT running for mayor until DAYS before he announced (obviously planning before or how did the signs get printed???)

Hahn has had his chance, but frankly out of the so-called front runners, I would take him over Huggy any day.

Huggy Hertsberg is simply an idiot who is making promisses he simply can not keep.
1) The mayor HAS NO POWER to break up LAUSD.

2) The lights are ALREADY SYNCRONIZED in most parts of the city (The problem here is too many cars, not enough road)

3) LA City DOESNT DO ROAD CONSTRUCTION during rush hour now (Unless it is emergency repair). and the Mayor HAS NO SAY over Cal Trans.

Basicly, he treats you like your stupid.

Parks... this guy wants to mess with police schedules, HEY BERNIE the problem is NOT ENOUGH not when they are working. No wonder rank and file hate this guy.

So here is Senator Alarcon. Quietly waiting. Wants to give control to Neighborhood Councils, will NOT renew the BFI contract with Sunshine Canyon, and has a workable plan to put cops on the street. So why isn't he leading??? Because for as much as we love to bitch about "pay to play" the one candidate who isn't being paid, can't get his message out.

In a perfect world, Senator Alarcon would pull off a victory on Tuesday. I will cast my vote for Alarcon, not only is he the best choice... as it turns out he is the only real choice... as the previous poster said ... IF we want to change City Hall.

March 06, 2005 1:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

THanks, Jim Alger. Are you friggin' kidding me? Alarcon's plans are as half-baked as they come? Like his police hiring plan. Despite being illegal (and he knows that as Riordan tried to take money from the airport and elsewhere to hire cops and it was found to be illegal), his math sucks. He talks about hiring 1000 new officers with $225 million in new money. Last I looked cops are about $100,000 each, not $225,000. Only Alarcon would undercut his own proposal by 1250 cops because he can't add and divide!

And as a progressive, he is pandering to the neighborhood councils and doing very little to promote new housing or new jobs if he talks in the NIMBY tone he has found in the last couple of weeks (which runs counter to his actions as councilmember and Senator).

And the idea that he hasn't gone negative, gimme a break. He held a news conference on the Eastside to bash Antonio for Enron (too bad no one showed up and that he advertised it as a press conference for the 710 freeway extension).

I say vote for none of 'em.

March 06, 2005 1:21 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Oh yeah, and the idea that he doesn't get a bunch of special interest money is a joke. Look through two pages of his donation reports. He's upset he couldn't raise more, but anyone who has Richie Ross as a campaign manager, ain't exactly working for or with the good guys!

March 06, 2005 1:22 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Amazing how all of a sudden the ALarcon people come on this blog. good job guys putting those Alarcon signs all over BH and El Sereno. Much rather see them then stupid loser Antonio's. Well we are in the stretch. Hahn should have blasted those bullies Huggy and ADV a long time ago. So now everyone has their own baggage. I would hope if it is a Hahn-ADV run-off those ALarcon and Huggy people will go to the Hahn side. If not I've seen the recall people all over the district this weekend collecting signatures. Good luck people. GET ADV OUT

March 06, 2005 2:20 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I have a problem with Alarcon going around town with George Lopez. Bitter Bernie cruising with Ali and Huggy with Riordan. George makes fun of Latinos to make money. He pokes jokes at the culture. Riordan and Bitter Bernie are both corrupt because of The Pantry. One day the whole corruption money laundering story should come out.

March 06, 2005 2:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It seems the poll is busted since it has Alarcon pre-selected at the top as a choice. Then if you click the bottom link "Total Votes", without choosing a candidate, you are inadvertantly casting a vote for Alarcon. There should be a none-of-the-above radio button at the top instead of a candidate's name or a view results link that doesn't require voting.

March 06, 2005 5:09 PM  

Blogger Schadelmann said:

I really don't know who to vote for and posted a piece picking off them all one by one. I really wanted to vote for Bob, but I don't know if I can...i'm open to suggestions.

March 06, 2005 6:18 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Don't you guys understand that there's such a thing as attorney-client privilege. Hertzberg CAN'T say who his clients are without their prior consent. It's like asking a doctor what patients he's worked on... the doctor can't talk about that unless they say it's ok. And if you people read the newspaper, you'd see that he asked his clients whether or not he could disclose them, and most of them said no. It would be ILLEGAL and get him DISBARRED if he went public with it without his clients' consent, so frankly, I don't blame him.

March 06, 2005 6:58 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Don't insult us with your crap. Why is HUGGY getting paid $20,000 a month for doing nothing from the law firm? That's not client privilege so answer the question.

March 07, 2005 10:28 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ADV is sounding like a little girl saying Hahn is saying lies and being mean. He needs his ass taken to a dark alley and made a man into him. What a crybabay! He's coming off to people like a whimp little pussy against Hahn's great negative ads telling people what a corrupt fool he is. He hasn't done shit in his own community and has spent more time out of his district. He has that little man syndrome.

March 07, 2005 10:55 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

THIS IS HILARIOUS. lavoice.org posts it.....YOU HAVE TO CLICK TO VIEW..http://www.skykstudios.org/mayor.html

Its a parody of all the candidates.

March 07, 2005 11:51 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Saw that, loved it. Especially liked where ADV says "As speaker I brought air and water to CA for the first time; in fact, I invented the Pacific Ocean."

March 07, 2005 1:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This is the funniest line yet from ADV...regaining people's trust. What damn nerve! Trust??? Does he think the people in CD14 trust his little man self? I don't think so. Gotta love all those Alarcon signs up and down Cesar Chavez and 1st STreet and El Sereno, Highland Park. They did a good job saturating his own backyard.

March 07, 2005 2:56 PM  

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