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Monday, May 09, 2005

Hahn For Mayor... Of Tijuana???

So there has been alot of talk from some of the bloggers that Tony Villar is running on the Latino platform. Well, the last time I checked, Tony hadn't put out any ads or campaign materials like the ones that Hahn has.

So for the Hahnistas out there who still think that Hahn has portrayed himself as an All-American, I took a photo with my camera phone of a lawn sign that was placed along the public curbside to show you all how Hahn's campaign is portraying him (yes, they had "Paid For Hahn For Mayor" disclaimer at the bottom). As a proud American who has never missed an opportunity to speak my voice at the voting poll, I find it offensive that he is using the colors of the Mexican flag to outreach for a campaign in the United States. I wonder if Hal Netkin, Walter Moore, and Doug McIntyre have anything to say about this?

So now that we have evidence that Hahn is campaigning as if he's Pancho Villa, and that his camp is creating campaign material that has colors of the country just south of the U.S., is it safe to say that Hahn thinks Los Angeles is part of Mexico, and not United States??? I think he might be watching Channel 62 more than he does ABC7.


Anonymous Anonymous said:

AV chooses to be whatever you want him to be for the right price. In L.A. he might be the invisible man, but in Florida, he markets himself as Latino, Hispanic, etc. He is whatever you want him to be for the right price. BTW, you can't believe anything this man says, he lies and flip flops constantly. His answers are in repetition mode and sounds as if he just memorized what to say when a certain noun is mentioned by the journalists. He is the CARDBOARD CANDIDATE.

May 09, 2005 10:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I, I, I agree uhhh, that uuhhh ummm, as I said earlier that we have a right to enforce our immigration laws. We have uhhh, that's a federal responsibility. We have enough in the way of uuhhh, uhhh, crime in this city. Uhhhh, that, uuhhhh, our law enforcement officers have their hands full.

May 09, 2005 10:55 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ALL I can say is: PUES QUE VIVA HAHN!!!!!!!

May 09, 2005 11:01 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I don't know about you, but I'd rather vote for somebody of Mexican ancestry who appreciates what being an American is all about, than somebody of Anglo ancestry who thinks he needs to portray himself as being Latino to get people with a spanish surname to vote for him.

May 09, 2005 11:09 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Do you still believe that Antonio cares about the Latino Community? Have you been asleep as not to witness what he has not done for the Latino community? Come on, he has done everything for the people who have money. He is the new type of democrat, one who doesn't give a crap if you don't have money to shower him with. He is worse than any other by using his race to gain votes by brainwashing those fellow latinos that are letting themselves become brainwahsed by him. He is no authentic latino candidate.

May 09, 2005 11:16 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You guys are so hung up on the colors of the signs, pathetic. Why don't you get wild and crazy about people demolishing signs of opponents. What happened to democracy, that little white minivan full of thugs didn't care, they tore up those signs faster than they were put up. I laughed when I witnessed this. I said, "These individuals feel so threatened by a sign that they resort to tearing it up." The mental capability of these individuals must be limited. We are not in Mexico, we are in America. I drive through other cities, Alhambra, Pasadena, West Covina, and there are elections from time to time. I do not witness thugs taking down the signs. I see the opposite, I see more signs put up by all opponents in a fair and democratic manner. I'm beginning to realize that L.A. residents need a long time to grow up, especially the Antonio Villaraigosa volunteers in the North East Los Angeles.

May 09, 2005 11:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why don't you guys chill out?

The LA Times poll appears to track the private tracking polls we've been watching for weeks.

We've been saying that the election is about 10 to 12 points, and here we are at 11 points.

I'm not sure we stay there, but it seems pretty hard for Carrick and Kam to spin around a 10 point deficit.

Wardlaw, if you are still around, how about a Reiner move? If Jim withdraws gracefully now, at least the awful numbers can be attributed to his withdrawal rather than Carrick's and Kuwata's inability to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. Tough assignment, what, with Stein, Edwards, Dowie and Wong hanging on his neck.

I'll say one thing; in all the years I've been watching, I don't think I've ever seen an incumbent portray himself as the candidate of change. Gotta hand it to you, Bill, that was some strategy.

If it had worked, I have no doubt you'd be up getting awards for cleverness at the eend of the year.

As it is, it is but another way to spend a lot of illegally acquired campaign money on your fees and those of other consultants. Bet you got that buffoon Cadell really cheap, huh?

Happy Trails, to you...

May 09, 2005 11:54 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Villaraigosa supporters that donated money got ripped off!

May 10, 2005 12:15 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I feel so foolish!

Enumerating just a few of the albatrosses around Han's next (Stein, Edwards, Dowie and Wong) I have totally ignored players like Nick Tonsich (see LA Times May 10, 2005) and of course John Stodder, Chris Hammond, Alan Abrahams, Charles Fitzgerald and Pierce O'Donnell.

Mercy, I hope I didn't leave anyone out, but if I did, my apologies.

So, with one week to go, it looks like Jimmy's poll showing him in front is going to stand up. I am hoping Julie Butcher thinks so, and plunks in the rest of the treasury.

No one will miss Antonio more than you, Julie; he carried your water for years.

Get ready for the drought.

May 10, 2005 12:29 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Where is the Hahn Blogging Team?

Nary a post all night from Midnite until 6:00 A.M.

Asleep on the job, like their boss?

May 10, 2005 5:56 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Wow, Tony's spent twice as much to lose half his lead -- now that's gotta have him seeing visions of 2001 all over again (and the Times has always overestimated his numbers).

May 10, 2005 5:58 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Stop fixating on the COLORS and read the words.

WORDS mean things.

Hahn is a MAN OF HIS WORD.

... and (still unproven after many weeks)...

Antonio Villaraigosa is a pathological liar who can't be trusted to do anything he says he'll do.

ESPECIALLY win the mayor's race.

Stick a FORKED TONGUE in Tony V. He's sliding away...

May 10, 2005 6:01 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ALL that money, all those ads, all that barnstorming, and no "material" to work with -- except an empty ADV suit.

May 10, 2005 6:02 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Good to see Chief Parker campaigning for Hahn among Latinos -- that's still the only area ADV has a commanding lead in.

Keep spreading THAT around, since this site seems to attact more Anti-ADV people from the Eastside than any other blog around.

Appreciate the help - send Jim Hahn the bill, Chief!

May 10, 2005 6:19 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Times Poll shows one thing -- for all of his attempts to become the "non" Latino Candidate, Villar still splits just about every other ethic group with Hahn, and needs, more than ever, to rally Latinos - a group he's dissed through neglect on the Eastside, and has ignored for much of the campaign in order to re-invent himself.

Now the pollos come home to roost1

May 10, 2005 6:21 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Times reports ADV's hacks claiming Hahn is paralyzed by scandal -- why he's not doing things...

WHAT'S BEEN ADV'S EXCUSE for two year of doing nothing.

HIS scandals are just STARTING to appear.

If he couldn't do anything in CD14 for 2 years WITH a mandate and WITHOUT scandals, how much MORE paralyzed is he going to be as mayor with investigations ongoing about his just discovered dirty deeds.

Is there a word stronger than paralyzed?


Hahn's scandals came up in the last third of his term. ADV's have ALREADY started!!

May 10, 2005 6:41 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


So much for those endorsements

(From L.A. Observed's analysis...) "Hahn's surge means he now leads among those who voted in the primary for Bob Hertzberg or Bernard Parks. Both losing candidates endorsed Villaraigosa, but their backing isn't translating (so far) into votes."

I hope lying Tony feel free to break whatever deals he made with those two bitter losers, since they're not doing him much good.

Keep the Hertzberg ads in the can, ADV - save the ad money for more Tony Slime... the Valley doesn't even REMEMBER who that loser is!

May 10, 2005 6:46 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Good thing Alarcon's andorsement paid off... Oh wait, those are former Alarcon ringleaders running all over the Eastside putting up the COLORFUL "Viva Hahn" lawn signs.,

The coalition of the losing is. . . Well, LOSING!

WHAT DID YOU EXPECT. You tie together a bunch of sinking canoes and the ALL sink FASTER!


May 10, 2005 6:50 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Time to check my e-mail and see if there's an urgent "help protect little Tony from Hahn's attacks" e-mail from the Parke-u-later of bad campaign prose.

Does this mean they'll need to double his contingent of body guards?

May 10, 2005 6:51 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This site use to get such great comments. Now, you've become the laughing stock of the city. People now come here to get a quick laugh instead of the information that was better. There's nothing wrong with Hahn using those colors.

I can only imagine if there was another site and it had all the negative stuff you have here on Hahn but posted Antonio stuff. He would be crying and threatening to sue.

May 10, 2005 7:00 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

No one believes the LA Times poll. They made sure their man Attention Deficit Villaraigosa (ADV) wasn't too far ahead to make it look ok. Every major news outlet did the Richard Muerlo story last night. The LA Times buries it way at the bottom of Richard Fausset and groupie Jessica Villagarrison story on tv ads. HELOOOO That should tell you the type of newspaper LA Times has become. A throw away piece of trash. Tabloid journalism. Down readership 60,000.

May 10, 2005 7:17 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Gee, seems those attack ads ar really helping Antonio. He move up in polls.
LA Times....I have serious concerns about Mr. Villaraigosa's character," said Northridge teacher Andrea Burman, 37, an independent. "For him to accuse Hahn of financial corruption just seems hypocritical."

...the poll shows that Hahn has made inroads against Villaraigosa with relentless assaults on his character and background.

A quarter of likely voters say that they are less likely to support the councilman because of his 1996 effort to win early release from prison for Carlos Vignali, a cocaine trafficker whose father had given campaign money to Villaraigosa. ….A majority of likely voters says Villaraigosa "flip-flops" or changes what he says according to his audience. San Pedro sculptor Annie Hosch, 39, a Democrat, said Villaraigosa seems to "cater to whatever community he's stumping in.".....……"I just don't trust him," she said, echoing a central accusation of the Hahn campaign…
Antony Wyse, 44, said ....Villaraigosa "plays the race card when it's convenient for him" and would do so "when it comes to Hispanic gangs." …..Yet Hahn has eroded Villaraigosa's support among nearly every major voter group. Most strikingly, Hahn has wiped out the double-digit lead that Villaraigosa held among African Americans and Valley voters in the poll last month

May 10, 2005 7:24 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I'm sure this will hit home with the CD14'ers. I wish the reporters had the balls to ask that napoleon syndrome Antonio what the hell was he doing in Toluca Lake checking potholes instead of his community where they're so much worse.
Villaraigosa said, "But you will see a commitment the first year, the second year, the third and the fourth to improve the level of service to people.

I almost fell off my chair when I read this.

May 10, 2005 7:52 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You are so right, 6.50 am. Hahn uses the team that couldn't deliver any votes for Alarcon. How lucky can Antonio get! Hey, does anybody know if Julie Wong is a secret partner in Parke's firm?

May 10, 2005 8:16 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This is why blacks won't vote for Antonio. Also, Antonio has 34 gangs in his district alone and has been ignorning the problem from day one.

Villaraigosa for voting against bills to increase penalties for gang crimes, allow judges to require gang members convicted of crimes to register with local law enforcement, allow the seizure of assets from gang members convicted of crimes, and increase the penalty for those convicted of child abuse resulting in death.

May 10, 2005 8:41 AM  

Blogger Mayor Sam said:

I don't think I heard if McIntyre asked Hahn if he supports Ray Haynes proposal for a California Border Guard.

I guess if you want that, Hahn and Bratton want you to leave the state.

May 10, 2005 8:42 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mayor Sam coming out with the old color trick. Nothing wrong with the colors, it is the message that is sticking. Latinos in the eastside value their word more than anything, probably because they don't have much of anyhting else. A handshake and your word is worth gold. And at this point, Hahn's word is worth much more than Tony. But Tony does have some color to him - that big yellow stripe runing down his back.

For years Tony and Parke have been storing away millions when they could have used that to developed a solid Latino base for Tony - an undefeatable Latino base. But Tony was too busy trying to be Jewish while Parke was to busy trying to keep those same Mexicans away from his neighborhood. Parke, your going to blow it again. In order for Tony to win he had to be ahead by at least 20 points by now. You should have spent your money shoring up your Latino base instead of using that same money to show L.A. that you weren't really that much of a Mexican. Your phonetic signs are just showing the rest of L.A. that you are in fact Mexican and in 2005 - that is going to cost you the election, great strategy!

May 10, 2005 9:32 AM  

Anonymous meat said:


Antonio - 56%

Hahn - 44%

Antonio will receive 80+% of the Latino vote.

Have fun you nit-wits blogging for four years.

May 10, 2005 9:46 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Antonio Villaraigosa wants to be Mayor of Los Angeles. Do
citizens of Los Angeles know who he is? They should read on.

Villaraigosa was chairman of a chapter of MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan) -- revolutionary, seditious student wing of AZTLAN (reconquista separatist movement).

Villaraigosa was president of the Southern California American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

Mexi-Marcha DC - 1996

Villaraigosa rants at the Million Mexican March on DC, 1996

Villaraigosa was president of "Third World Coalition" at UCLA.

Villaraigosa was the ONLY California elected official to join the Latino March on Washington, D.C., in 1996 demanding free education through college for illegal aliens, free medical care for illegal aliens, $7 per hour minimum wage with rights to union membership for illegal aliens, and another massive amnesty for illegal aliens.

Villaraigosa demands free prenatal care for illegal aliens -- with publicly funded Medi-Cal.

Villaraigosa supports every Assembly bill that supports illegal aliens, including protected status as in AB-407.

Villaraigosa gives speeches in Latino barrios claiming Congressional welfare reform was an attack on Latinos.

Traveled to Mexico to personally thank then President Zedillo for his influence on the killing of Prop. 187, the ballot measure passed in California to deny public benefits to illegal aliens -- Villaraigosa said, "I say President Zedillo had great impact in defeating Proposition 187."

Addressed a joint session of the California Legislature with Zedillo IN SPANISH (both are fluent in English) and forced the cadenced Chicano Power handclap into the microphone, signaling THAT language and THAT culture will predominate in California.

He sought a pardon for convicted drug dealer Carlos Vignalli





Yes MEAT he will get the Latino vote

May 10, 2005 9:51 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mayor Sam and Chief Faker JUST CAN"T bring themselves to launch a blog thread those shows ADV losing 12-15 percent of his support in just a few weeks.

And the LAST week is when he lost the race LAST time.

Guess this will be ADV's LAST citywide election in L.A.

Oh, well, two more years in CD14 and even ALVIN Parra could beat ADV for council.

May 10, 2005 10:01 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

MEAT, repeating your bogus predictions won't make them come true, but here's one's you might try...

Click your heels together and say "there's no place like home" - 3 times, and you'll be whisked back to Kansas, little girl.

If pure repetition worked, your boy woudln't be slipping fast (with all those boring, repeat ads), he really WOULD have an 81 percent approval rating (somewhere...HA!), and there really would be 80 (invisible) neighborhood watches created by the absentee himself, while visiting D.C??.

But it's all bogus, so repetition is just annoying, not productive.

Repeat this, however, because you;re going to need it.

"Hahn cheated, ADV should have won. Hahn cheated, ADV should have won. Hahn cheated, ADV should have won."

Like it isn't already ingrained into his own psyche from 2001.

ADV will take responsibility for his own actions -- UNLESS he loses, or gets caught, or there's an easy scapegoat nearby.

MEAT will probably be one of the scapegoats this time.


May 10, 2005 10:10 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


What you Tony Lovers/Truth Haters conveniently leave out of all these polls is the seldom mentioned, but always there, the dreaded race factor. This variable can skew percentage points by double digit figures. Parke knows this, that's why he can't sleep at night. This is America's dirty little secret that usually emerges in a race where a white candidate is facing a formidable challenger of color. (can't really call Tony a person of color because he forgot what color he was long ago and now readily adopts the color of his audience). Once this taboo subject can no longer be ignored - usually after the white guy defeats the challenger of color despite all the polls and predictions - people will talk about it for years to come.

All sorts of anaylsis, conjectures and theories will pop up, but only one is the truth, when white folk are polled, they don't tell the truth. "Closet racists" can't bring themselves to tell a pollster "anyone but the -nigger- beaner-spic-wetback-lateeeno" (take your pick) but this is what they are thinking and in the privacy of their voting booths, this is how they are going to vote.

This phenomena started occuring right around the 80's when overt racism was frowned upon. Thanks to the Cosby Show, racism took on a more discrete, but just as sinister, subtle tone.

It first manifested itself in the '82 Bradley - Deukmejian race. East coast newspapers even declared Bradley the winner because white folk still couldn't bring themselves to show their true feelings when they lied to exit pollers. It reared it's ugly head again in North Carolina when Jesse Helms barely beat a Black challenger, in Chicago when Daly Jr. took power again, in New York when Dinkins got dunked, and most recently, even in liberal mecca San Francisco in their last mayoral election. In fact, Parke was even party to a similar race when Lee Baca could only get 60% against a dead white guy.

Tony may have won some white people over early on but their support was by no means unconditional. They were looking for a reason - any reason - to vote for the white guy. And like a Moscow snowstorm, "FloridagGate" emerges to stop the Tony blitzkrieg dead in its tracks. You almost had it Parke, but that brass ring is just out of your grasp again. You need to upgrade to a smarter Mexican because Tony certainly isn't the cream of the crop.

May 10, 2005 10:27 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

YEAH, just don't let Tony V. milk that "goat" - the teets in Mt. Washington are raw from having been milked so many times to get this guy De-moted to City Council, or just to watch him lose citywide -- once, twice, (he's) going, going, GONE back to Sacramento.

I'm sure not that "Gil" is a"two-biller" (twice what Tony's done in L.A. city council), that ADV's hacks will have to slime him, too, to get the next job.


May 10, 2005 10:28 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

But Tony IS the "cream of the 'crap'" 10:27 a.m. - just look at how they've run his last two campaigns... "I'm the best choice because I'm 'alleged' to be slightly less corrupt the the incumbent."

Tough sell, but not for a conman like ADV.

He just needs to get into the race even LATER next time, so there's less chance all his dirty laundry will be aired.

May 10, 2005 10:31 AM  

Anonymous Lou Cypher said:

OH NO! Jimmy is only 11 points behind with less than a week to go and no money in the bank!



you people are lunatics.

The times poll was right-on in 2001, and had hahn up by 7 at this point.

Antonio is going to stomp Hahn like a naked fat guy at Altamont. There is no where for Hahn to go - he's maxed out on the anti-scary mexican vote, doesn't have the time or resources to mount a NEW smear campaign, and is sinking like a stone in fundraising.

This poll just shows everybody coming home.

and when they do, Antonio will be mayor.

so circle-jerk away here, losers. rationalize all you want, screech conspiracy theories and racist plots, but the end result is the same:

the 3rd floor changes hands on may 17th.


prove me wrong.

May 10, 2005 10:40 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Look at the MECHA organizations!

Across the city, Latinos are more engaged in the political process,"
said Antonio Gonzalez, President of Southwest Voter Registration
Education Project. "That engagement in the process has translated into more registered voters and significant numbers of leaders mobilizing their volunteer bases to register Latinos to vote."

"With less than two weeks to go, Latinosare poised to make a significant contribution toward deciding who will be Los Angeles' Mayor on May 17. Based on the voter registration data we've seen, the Latino community will likely account for somewhere
between 27 and 30 percent of the total votes cast."
SVREP Latino Vote LA Voter 12,235
Since its inception, SVREP has registered over 2.3 million Latino voters throughout the U.S. SVREP has offices in San Antonio, Texas; Los Angeles, California; Miami, Florida; and Phoenix, Arizona. Visit http://www.svrep.org for more information.
List of Participating Organizations
Cypress Park:
Cypress Park Community Center
Divine Savior Youth Committee
Aragon Street School
Red Cross Los Angeles Chapter
Office of Councilman Martin Ludlow
Pasadena City College MECHA
NELA El Sereno:
Congress of U.S. Mexican Women Voters
Danza Yankuititl
All Saints Church
San Ignacio Church (Father Art)
Jovenes Inc. (Father Estrada)
East Los Angeles College MECHA
Pico Union:
El Cucuy Foundation
St. Thomas Church
Liborio Supermarkets
Lincoln Heights 1 and 2:
Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council
Lincoln High School
Lincoln Heights Boys and Girls Club
Lincoln Heights Senior Center
90032 Votes/El Sereno:
El Sereno Neighborhood Council
El Sereno Chamber of Commerce
The 90032 Voice Newspaper
Woodrow Wilson High School
Barrio Action
Calvary Chapel
Professor Sayed Hussein, ELAC
Glassell Park:
Anahuak Youth Soccer Association
Achieving Parents in Action
Mujeres de la Tierra
Anahuak Academy
NE San Fernando Valley:
Pueblo y Salud
Discovery Prep Charter School
Santa Rosa Church
Holy Rosary Church
Pacoima Beautiful
Boyle Heights:
Union de Vecinos
Proyecto Pastoral at Dolores Mission
Highland Park #1:
Hathaway Family Resource Center
Franklin High School
Eagle Rock #1:
The Rock Teen Center
IMIX Bookstore
Occidental College
Occidential College MECHA
Highland Park/Eagle Rock:
Diverse Strategies for Organizing
Eagle Rock High School
Franklin High School

May 10, 2005 11:01 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Lou, go back and read what was said to MEAT about vapid repitition... it just ain't gonna make it so.

Wish upon a(nother) star -- Tony's V's dinosaur nightlight is fading fast and going out for the last time.

But there's still time to put the manse on the market, now that the "little woman" isn't bringing in any money.

I understand there are cheaper homes, (and political hack jobs), for you in Riverside County.

I'll help load te U-Haul

May 10, 2005 11:27 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ADV FINALLY is NOT going to miss an Education & Neighborhoods committee meeting (the next one). Because it's been CANCELLED (whew!) Good to keep that attendance record just above 50 percent when you're only on TWO committees.

May 10, 2005 12:11 PM  

Anonymous GOP Mole said:

Word around RPLAC is that Hahn is going to re-register Republican after the election. That way he can go after Kuykendall's assembly seat when Steve terms out.

May 10, 2005 3:22 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You mean KARNETTE's seat, numbnuts?

What an idiot.

May 10, 2005 3:24 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

What did you expect for a creature that goes around with his head in the ground (AND pretends to know something "secret" to boot).


THIS mole says Hahn isn't even looking at another position. He's so sure that ADV is going to stumble and fall ALL on his own - in addition to any late hits Hahn may have planned, that he's ordered another box of business cards and a new desk blotter.

HA (twice)!

May 10, 2005 3:29 PM  

Blogger Phil Krakover said:

I have been around a long, long time. I have seen a lot of elections. This one is OVER.

All that is left is the mudslinging and the noise.

The noise is already so loud that nothing can be heard above the din.

Unless they catch Antonio Villaraigosa with a dead girl or a live boy, and have a video tape of him confessing, it is OVER.

So, here's what happens:

Hahn gives a nice concession speech and the City gets geared up to rotate the rascals.

Hahn goes back to San Pedro and baby sits the kids, like he likes to do anyway. His pensions will take care of him, except for the suits for payment of campaign debts. MOnica gets the rest.

It is a Spring Cleaning of sorts.

The City may get a breather from the Union control while they fight it out to see who sits in Miguel's seat. Antonio says "No" to them for a little while, then caves in.

All is right with the world.

The Grand Juries finally return the indictments and the trials drag on into 2010 or so, then eveyone pleads guilty to some plea bargain and it is forgotten.

Antonio will either turn this town around or flop.

Life goes on.

And then we die.

It ain't so bad.

Some of us get to come back now and then, right Sam and Bull?

It's been fun.

May 11, 2005 2:30 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

If I was handling the Hahn campaign I would make the following commercial with these scenes:
Scene 1: Very hardcore looking, multiple tattooed gang members harassing a family in the park. The police show up to try and do something to protect the family only to be stopped by AV who shows up in time to protect the gang members.
Scene 2: A sleazy, unshaven old man is observing some kids playing on the swings in the park. He pulls out a handful of candy and heads over to the kids. Next you see him walking away holding a little girls hand as she licks a candy sucker. A close up of the man's shirt reveals a button that reads "Vote For Antonio V. for mayor".
Scene 3: Group of L.A.P.D. uniformed officers are with Antonio shooting an endorsement commercial. The director yells, cut! That's a wrap! As the officers walk away the camera zooms in on the back of the officers collars to reveal "Acme Costume Rentals" as these are not real L.A.P.D. officers but non-union actors.
Cut to Mayor Hahn shooting his commercial with the real L.A.P.D. officers endorsing him.
These three commercial scenes will have a tremendous impact. The commercials about Antonio taking Miami money are burnt out and nobody cares anymore. The voters know ALL politicians take questionable campaign contributions and only give it back when they are caught like AV just did. I suggest the Hahn campaign concentrate on getting some new
hard hitting commercials that will resonate with the
undecideds otherwise he and all on his staff are going to be looking for work come next Wednesday morning

May 12, 2005 6:42 PM  

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