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Monday, October 31, 2005

CD 14 Weekend Activities

On Saturday, Nick Pacheco organized 60 people with about 25 trash cans and marched to Huizar's campaign office to hand Mayor Villaraigosa the letter below. (click image to enlarge)

They waited from 9:00 AM to 11:45 AM because the Huizar flyer's pimping the Mayor's appearance mentioned he would be there at 9:00 AM.

Basically, Pacheco wants the Mayor to publicly guarantee to the seniors and low-income families that a trash pick-up fee will not be used to balance the budget.

No word on wether they tracked him down, but I'm guessing no.

In other news, the LA Times ran two pieces, Pacheco Aims to Reclaim His Lost Job and Huizar Has the Cash and Key Backers. Rick Orlov in the Daily News Tip-Off coulmn writes about new mailers in CD 14, and the LA Downtown News editorializes with the following article, Two Distinct Choices in 14th Council District Race


Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hi Mayor Frank,

Good threads today.


October 31, 2005 8:28 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Good for Pacheco being proactive. Jose wants to also charge trash fee. Jose has endorsers and money because Antonio told them they better or else.

Downtown news states "Trouble with Jose is he doesn't know the district intimately." Yeah, and the district doesn't know him.

Jose, if you care so much about the community you grew up in why wasn't a new high school built THIS YEAR for Roosevelt? Why are there 2 new high schools in South LA?

October 31, 2005 8:36 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Read all news pieces. David Sanchez you have gained a couple of new votes in my home.

October 31, 2005 8:38 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Molina has lost touch with the community. At every event I attend where she is to speak in the North East L.A., she gets booed.

Why is that? The community no longer sees her as a genuine political icon, just a bought out politician.

October 31, 2005 8:41 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

L.A. Downtown News Editorial missed one thing for me, more on how each candidate is campaigning.

The story is good, but it could use a bit more on how each candidate is taking it towards the neg or pos.

What candidate is campaigning on their own merits and which candidates are using sloppy seconds to push their image. Who is authentic and who is fake.

October 31, 2005 8:44 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

In the morning when I arrive to work, this is the first thing I do is visit this site.

My boss is going to catch me one day, but it's worth it.

To answer the question about access blocked. I work at city hall, my computer still has access to this site, so I don't know why some are blocked. Maybe they were naughty, who knows.

October 31, 2005 8:47 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It was about time someone had the GUTS to write a letter. Pacheco you speak for working parents who are on a limited budget too and find it difficult to give more money to the city just to balance books.

We manage our books fine at home and we do not ask our family for money. When things get hard, guess what we do? We make cuts on items that are "luxury, entertainment, fast food, use the car less, stop buying expensive clothes."

It is ironic that the city is unable to make cuts. Why did they recently approve the waiving of tax dollars for the downtown developers.

The Mayor Villaraigos says we have no money, no dinero! No money for new cops, no money for better city services, no money for schools.

Ok, then please mayor tell me why are you doing this???

1. "The city can now proceed with the $270 million financing package for AEG Entertainment."

2. "The plan, approved by the City Council on Sept. 30, gives Wolff Development and Apollo Real Estate Advisors a $16 million, below-market loan from the Community Redevelopment Agency and $4 million in city fee waivers"

3. "The city also has agreed to forgo room-tax revenues from the hotel for 25 years" HOW MUCH MONEY IS THAT LOST FOR THE CITY AND THE PEOPLE."

4. "MAYOR ANTONIO VILLARAIGOSA'S proposal for a $1-billion city bond measure for affordable housing came as a big surprise this month, even to some of the people who build such housing." ARE THE MAYOR'S BUDDIES BENEFFITING FROM THE 1 BILLION AFFORDABLE HOUSING. WILL THEY GET GRANTS, FUNDS, BORROW MONEY FROM THIS FUND USING FAKE CONSTRUCTION PLANS AND PIMP THEM AS LUXURY HOTELS?


"The City Council last month approved an agreement with the proposed convention center hotel developers – led by Apollo Advisors, Wolff Urban Management and assisted by Anschutz Entertainment Group – to forgive up to $289 million in hotel bed taxes for 25 years."

October 31, 2005 9:02 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

So, Pacheco and 60 people marched with garbage cans to harass the Mayor?

Let's see. 60 people x 4 hours + 10 hours spent organizing the non-event. Equals 250 volunteer hours completely wasted.

Times 12 contacts per hour on the phone equals 3,000 voter contacts that did not happen.

Any wonder why Pacheco is losing this election?

October 31, 2005 9:05 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


The Service Employees International Union’s organizing of California’s home-health-care workers in the 1980s is a textbook example. When the courts ruled that the workers were independent contractors who could not be organized, SEIU persuaded state legislators to pass a bill allowing counties to form authorities that could hire the workers as government employees, so that they could join the union. Then the union went to work in earnest to sign them up, including 74,000 in Los Angeles County alone—the single largest successful union-organizing effort in the United States since the United Auto Workers organized General Motors in 1937.

To help finance higher pay for these workers, the union then turned back to Sacramento, persuading legislators to vote millions in aid to the counties. Though in 1998 Governor Pete Wilson vetoed the legislation as too expensive, the next year new governor Gray Davis—who had received $600,000 in campaign contributions from SEIU, his biggest supporter—signed the law. Since then, the state’s home-health-care spending has increased at nearly triple the rate of caseloads, costing taxpayers an additional three-quarters of a billion dollars. Local budgets are also straining under the pressure.

October 31, 2005 9:06 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

While I have ranted here about Pacheco over many weeks and want Huizar to win, I admit that Pacheco is formidable. You've got to admire some of the strategy, like running as the incumbent.

October 31, 2005 9:06 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Walked precincts for Pacheco this weekend. Tough going, because people have been bombarded by Huizar's slick mailers talking about the same issues AV bombarded them with 6 months ago, and are just sick of the topic. But managed to swing a half dozen people who were voting for Huizar back to Pacheco.

Why? Simple but untold story that both campaigns are missing! The "killer app".

IT'S ONLY AN 18-MONTH interim term (at best). Once you know that, they don't even have to finish the sentence. As soon as they hear it, their eyes light up, and they know the problem... said one, "18 months? I didn't know that; why aren't more people mentioning that? I thought it was for a full four years."

"No way anyone NEW can learn the ropes and get anything done for us in that short a time. Putting anyone but Pacheco in the would be a waste of the whole period."

These people being pushed to vote for Huizar arent (all) stupid, just misinformed!

October 31, 2005 9:09 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

9:05 The problem with your philsophy on voter contact is this.

Let's assume your tally of 250 total volunteer hours. Here is the problem at 12 contacts per hour on the phone, at 1% Huizar success nods which I received during my volunteer hours at your office. 99% of the recipients have no idea who this guy is and when I mention LAUSD, they freak out!

You still have a 1% hit no matter how many totals you cook up.

October 31, 2005 9:10 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

9:05 a.m.

But, he's not. . .

And you're "wishing" and math skills won't make it so.

October 31, 2005 9:11 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

9:09 a.m.

Well, we know why Huizar's people aren't mentioning the short term left.

He's trying to ditch out on a 4-year term on LAUSD, to take a flyer on less than two years on city council, with no guarauntee of a full term after that. More potential upheaval and changing personnel for CD14 in just over a year?

He's also sentencing LAUSD to have to fill his empty seat, at a critical time when he supposedly was so instrumental to their plans to build dozens of new schools every year. What does thet mean there, yet another "special" election.

Kind of makes you wonder if it's so easy for him to skip off the school board at this point, just how important and integral was or is he to the "fixes" he supposedly made there, and that still need to be completed.

To say nothing of the building program that he "led" them into (and maybe now they won't go through with?)

October 31, 2005 9:18 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

We have over 8 eligible voters at my home, we are convinced Pacheco is the right person for this job.

It is 18 month job and Huizar cannot learn the ropes that fast, nor any other.

He will be manipulated by other officials and this is not what I want. I want an official who can think for himself. Not a puppet.

18 months is just fine for Pacheco to step in and do the job.

I don't have time to find out of all of the mistakes Huizar will do.

I don't want to hear, "It's ok, he is new to this, or sorry, he just started and will learn next time!"

October 31, 2005 9:21 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Totally agreed posters. No one knows who the hell Jose is that's why little Antonio and he had to hold hands this weekend walking Boyle Heights. Jose is just an Antonio suck up and people in CD14 and there are many are still reeling over Antonio disrespecting them and going for his personal agenda. Jose is finding out the hard way that experience and leadership in knowing how to get things done from the get go is what people want. Not a little school boy still in potty training pants.

October 31, 2005 9:22 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I'm not Pacheco supporter, but this guy always finds creative ways to get his name in the public domain.

Nick is hungrier than Jose and it shows every day.

October 31, 2005 9:27 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hey poster,

Thanks for mentioning the 18 mths. I wasn't sure who to vote for, now this makes better sense to me.

I like both and this is why I wasn't sure, but the 18 mths did it, I figured let's go with the one that's more experienced.

As a business person, I would hire the potential employee that has the experience to come in and do the short term job, not a newbie who I have to train for majority of the time and we will never get things done on time. Oh NO!

October 31, 2005 9:38 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Smart observation previous anon!

October 31, 2005 9:39 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Funny things is -- while there are 19 posts on this thread. There are only 3 IP addresses being read. So the question is -- who is pretending to be someon they aren't?

October 31, 2005 9:58 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Yea right, 3 ip addresses...so one of them is you and the other two are from Huizar's office doing damage control.

What a joke

The Ground Floor

October 31, 2005 10:15 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Chime in on this one Mayor Frank. An anon calling your thread a fraud...pretty typical of Huizar thugs to TRY and INTIMIDATE bloggers. Won't work. You are a liar Alvin. You lie too much.

Intimidation tactics do not work!

October 31, 2005 10:17 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I'm leaving. I'm off to see the Wizard (Wizard of Oz) "Laura Chick" and her audit.


I'm off to see the Witch.

October 31, 2005 10:32 AM  

Anonymous Archie Bunker said:

To CD 14 residents:

This CD14 race is so important to you guys, because whoever holds that seat will sit on the Ethics and Oversight committee, with the winner of CD10 Herb Wesson.

I wonder why Tony Montana, I mean Antonio Villaraigosa is pressing Huizar so hard, because this will be the final piece in orchestrating his political machine, the most important piece, covering up your lies. Huizar is easily manipulated.

With Pacheco on that committee, he'll see it first hand and can ship Laura Chick and Villaraigosa out on their fannies when they go for higher office. This ensures that Mayor Villaraigosa stays as mayor and works well for the good of the city or that it begins the true clean-up of Los Angeles!

October 31, 2005 10:56 AM  

Blogger Mayor Frank said:

9:58 is just a typical crackpot who should be out playing on the freeways. Obviously they are trying to do damage control and scare people off. Funny thing is, the more they engage in that activity, the more people show up to blast them for their two bit thinking and poor execution.

Needless to say, they have no way of tracking the IP addresses. They are full of shit.

October 31, 2005 11:05 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Archie, is it true that Huizar now carries the top secret CD14 "football" for AV. . . the locked, booby-trapped suitcase that never out of Villaraigosas sight -- that holds the names and locations of the 80 FAKE NEIGHBORHOOD WATCHE ORGANIZATIONS that he used to justify embezzling his Councilmember's salary for two years?

(That's what I hear, any. . . They just let CHIEF FAKER look at it once, as a perk.)

October 31, 2005 11:12 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mayor Frank,

Good post, great clarification for bloggers who have no clue on how the thugs work to intimidate the opponents.

Alvin is king of manipulation and I hope you never bump into him, he has hurt politics for Mexican Americans.

October 31, 2005 11:18 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

So much for the rumors that Pacheco has no volunteers and supporters. 60 perople pushing trash cans on an early Sat a.m., and other walking the streets.

October 31, 2005 11:48 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Get over it. There are no 80 neighborhood watch groups. Fabrication. Get over it and move on.

Unless ethics steps in, and there is absolutely no case, nothing there, move on dude.

3rd floor fly

October 31, 2005 11:50 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

SAY it ain't SO, Joe. Say it ain't so.

DASHING all my illusions and fantasies in the same thread. MAV a NO-SHOW somewhere, AND he lied about the 80 watches?

Next things you're going to try and tell me is he's NOT taking over control of LAUSD, and going to fix the schools. He's just going to leave that to the expert leadership of school board president Jose Huizar!?

That's IT, I'll never vote in a another local election as long as I live.

October 31, 2005 12:07 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Insiders in Jose's camp are saying that he is super stressed these days. Antonio has put so much pressure on Jose to deliver he doesn't want to be embarrasssed. Jose never thought Antonio would be this controlling and he can only imagine if he ever got to city hall.

Good for you Mayor Frank. NO ONE CAN TELL HOW MANY IP ADDRESSES are posted unless you are the owner of the site. Yep, Jose supporters running scared.

October 31, 2005 12:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

60 people 25 trash cans.

Poor Steve Afriat.

No wonder Eric Hacopian quit.

October 31, 2005 12:16 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


wake up and smell the coffee, Eric Hacopian was an AV spy.

October 31, 2005 12:19 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12:16 Give me a break with your pathetic analogy.

Your attempt to sway the event as negative only hurts Huizar. Yes, Pacheco got 60 WILLING UNPAID VOLUNTEERS.

How many of those can you claim on Huizar? OOOOPPSSS! He can't most are paid by Ind. Expenditures.

October 31, 2005 12:21 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Where is Eric now? Working for AV?

October 31, 2005 12:21 PM  

Blogger Mayor Sam said:

Tomorrow I will tell you who I am supporting in the 14th.

October 31, 2005 12:25 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mayor Sam.

Who cares?

October 31, 2005 12:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Is that Alvin Parra peering out the window of Huizar's campaign HQ?

October 31, 2005 12:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Why don't you admit to everyone on the blog that you track IP adresses?

And pass them along to people in-the-know?

October 31, 2005 12:45 PM  

Anonymous Robert Urteaga said:

Here is what Tom Topping of the Boulevard Sentinel documented as Jose Huizar's position on a trash pick-up fee in the October 2005 edition of his paper.

Huizar said he would ...
Pacheco said he would not ...

Here is the link.


Here is a little more of the article.

Huizar Endorsed by Northeast Democrats

On Wednesday, September 21, 68% of the Northeast Democrats voted to endorse José Huizar for Councilman of the 14th District. Seven of the ten candidates were there to participate in a candidate forum where they all had the opportunity to answer questions.


One very stunning issue that was brought up was the question of whether the candidates would support an additional fee for trash pick-up. Huizar said he would support it if it were equitable, and Nick Pacheco said he would not support an additional fee.


October 31, 2005 1:01 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

All I will say is that Pacheco at least has a record he can stand by. Jose has drop out rate, 160 new schools he wants to build in 8 years and STILL WANTS another bond issued passed on to us, doesn't know city hall or the politics of how to get things done, hasn't been out in the community except this year when he decided to run. Who wants a guy who could careless about his community until IT serves his own purpose? Sound like Antonio? Yes, and we don't need another AV in CD14.

October 31, 2005 1:16 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

See Robert,

This is your problem, you blog on the sight when you have other more pressing items to take care of. I think its your blogging that had Eric leave the campaign.

And its your blogging thats going to be your doom.

October 31, 2005 1:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Funny typical Jose and Antonio supporters. They can't seem to be intelligent enough to speak on the issues so they post nonsense to distract.

October 31, 2005 1:36 PM  

Anonymous C&H Soup said:


Is that Art Pulido turning his head away from the photo on the right?

Art always knew how to avoid getting his mug shot taken.

Come on Pacheco, ruthless ex-cons who go from committing crimes to unethical political tactics is not the best foot to put forward right before election day.

I mean if i were running the huizar campaign, i'd plaster this photo everywhere with a big arrow on pulido.

But we can't expect Robert or nick to be smart enough to make sure that the people there are clean.

Lastly, if nick did get all these "free volunteers" why is Art there? I mean he is on your payroll, right?

Oh wait, the Pacheco supporters can only hide on this blog and LIE. They LIE about the mayor, they LIE about Huizar, and they LIE about how great Pacheco is, when in fact he is "Perfectly Forgetful Pacheco."

October 31, 2005 1:37 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar supporters still want to make this fight about who's supporting which candidate, and not about who the candidates THEMSELVES ARE, and what they can and will do for the district.

If I had been told by the mayor of support Huizar, or else, I'd want the fight to be about that, as well. Slim pickings, but better than having to defend Huizar and the record of LAUSD.

"who" not "what". . . stick to those "guns" Who-zaristas - the "accomplishment" cannons are empty, again.

October 31, 2005 1:47 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Just my 2 bits...Robert Urteaga is FINE!!!

October 31, 2005 2:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Isn't Richard Alatorre supporting Huizar and wasn't he an adviser to Mayor Villaraigosa during his campaign to replace Mayor Hahn. Should we have arrows pointing at Alatorre in photographs with him and Huizar or him with Villaraigosa?

And maybe Anon 1:37 you might want to give examples of Pacheco's lies against Huizar. You are long on bigot and short on fact.

October 31, 2005 2:25 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Nice post, Cynthia.

October 31, 2005 2:27 PM  

Blogger Mayor Frank said:

12:45 - Let me start by distributing yours. Better yet, let me distribute your e-mail address:


Note the sarcasm. You are completely full of shit. Hey, what's that I hear? It's the freeway. Time for you to go play.

October 31, 2005 2:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

TOUCHE! MAYOR FRANK. The only ones who went negative this campaign was Jose. Look what he had Alvin Parra do last week. Also, if you read the LA Times, Saturday on the 2 candidates Jose makes a negative snide remark. This campaign with the candidates was going fine with no sinking to the bottom. Pacheco took the high road and told many of us who don't like Antonio or Jose to stay on the issues and keep it positive. We did and with all the money and endorsements Jose's camp still can't take it.

October 31, 2005 2:45 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

So who is the woman candidate in thi m race?

Out in the 20th Senate, Alex is marketing himself as the woman candidate

Halloweenie Drag?

"My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard..."

October 31, 2005 2:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

60 people 25 trash cans?

I only see 25 people at most including Robert hinding behind Nick, and 3 trash cans what happen to the rest?

Or there is no rest.

October 31, 2005 3:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


The reason for that is obvious. When the only "positives" you have to play with for your candidate are those "borrowed" from the people endorsing him, you have to start dishing out old lies on the opponent.

Stick to issues? Only one candidate in CD14 race knows the issues well enough to do that.

Defend your own record? Hell, defend LAUSD's last four years?

R U Serious?

Time to take the training wheels of the CD14 office -- we're a big district now, take the "trainee" badges with you to the mayor's office - CD14 deserves better.

October 31, 2005 3:10 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

If I have to choose between a pitbull and somebody's else's lapdog to defend my community's interests downtown, I got to go with the pitbull, even if he does scare some of the faint at heart.

October 31, 2005 3:12 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Just wondering:

Aren't those trashbins that they have in that photo those that are provided by the City to residents to dispose of their trash? Does that mean that he is now using City property to promote his campaign? Just a thought...

October 31, 2005 3:23 PM  

Anonymous Archie Bunker said:

BFI uses the exact same trash cans, so technically, NO

October 31, 2005 3:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Don't you notice how the Pacheco campaign hides the City seal?

Nick Pacheco hiding his true identity.

"Perfectly Forgetful Pacheco"

October 31, 2005 3:45 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why isn't John Edwards in the photo? Because he couldn't be trusted not to root through the trash looking for a little lunch.
Hey, when you're political director, it's all you can eat!

October 31, 2005 3:55 PM  

Blogger NO_JUE_JOSE said:


Yeeee gods, are you poor people REACHING or what.

DANG, your little boy must be squirming in his pampers to make you go stretching like that.

HEY, those are CITY STREETS they're walking on and wearing out, TOO! Ain't that a campaign violation, using streets that BELONG to the city?? CALL the ETHICS COMMISSION.

AV drew CITY paychecks for TWO YEARS, didn't do SQUAT for this district and even ADMITTED to the Times that he spent more than HALF his time the last six months in office (which means he REALLY spent 90 percent the last 12 months) running for mayor instead of being an even moderately attentive CM.

Huizar spent BOAT LOADS of money contributed to his LAUSD campaign last Spring -- AFTER his only opponent dropped out, running expensive FULL PAGE ads in local newspapers that DIDN'T EVEN SERVE HIS school district (but DID go into OTHER CD14 neighborhoods where he needed to start getting recognized).

And you want to talk about rolling a couple dozen city TRASH CANS around the street for a couple hours?

Yup, the school boy's campaign is obviously stuck on a sand bar and none of his 15 captains knows WHAT to do next. Better bail some bile into someone else's boat, since yours ain't going anywhere

October 31, 2005 3:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Here's a campaign issue i care about - ETHICS.

Pacheco the most ethically challenged councilman in eastside history wonders why he lost his city council seat?

Easy one there joe -- you are an unethical SOB.

Recall CAL Inc -- i mean if it was such a worthy organization why call Lobbyists who had clients with pending city business to donate to the non-profit?

Seems fairly unethical to me.

And yet he then leases the use of the phonebanks to an even more questionable organization that doesn't even exist anymore. Fly by night AMWAY seems more like it.

Then LA Colectiva starts up with the same band of friends that have been with Nick from the get-go go and do illegal phonebanking calls on the same phones that CAL inc used that Nick Pacheco fundraised for -- seems quite obvious that lil nikcy wanted to build a machine on the backs of slimy lobbyist.

Yeah, i think we all want a pit bull fighting for us, but when this (nick pacheco) pit bull constantly bites the mail man --he;s not doing anyone any favors, just creating more ethical and legal problems for the district and the City.

Also if Nick thinks ethics is important -- why support Jim Hahn in 05? The most investigated administration since Frank Shaw?

Because Nick doesn't care to look at one ethics, he looks at what they can do for him now, to punish his enemies despite the district.

October 31, 2005 4:28 PM  

Anonymous Archie Bunker said:

"Because Nick doesn't care to look at one ethics, he looks at what they can do for him now, to punish his enemies despite the district."

Then, How do you think Tony Montana, I mean Antonio Villaraigosa became Mayor. He doesn't REALLY look at ethics, he just wants to make the city pay for his lavish behavior.

October 31, 2005 4:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Campaign Manager 101

1. You should never leave the headquarters unless its an emergency.

2. Campaign events are for volunteers only - not paid staff.

3. If at anytime paid staffers need to be used for a staged campaign rally - cancel the event and have your paid folks do what they are paid for -- talking to voters.

How many rules did you break robert hiding behind nick pacheco in the photo and having paid staff at the event?

tick tick tick tick -- done.

October 31, 2005 4:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Some journos discussing some that are backing away from Jose. Could internal polls be bad? Momentum is in Nick's way.

October 31, 2005 4:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


You can't be serious right?

How many ethic commission violations can you find of Tony?-- i bet i can find more for Nick Pacheco than you could find of the Mayor's.

Wanna play this game?

note: i already know the answer so only an idiot would want to play and get beat.

October 31, 2005 4:38 PM  

Anonymous Archie Bunker said:


Hey Putz, Read what I said first before reacting, because I knew an AV is watching this blog like a Communist Hawk.

Did it even imply that AV was in violations of Ethics?

All I implied that AV used Ethics and "Pay for Play" as his campaign stance, but most of the commissioners thus far have some relation to a campaign contribution or related to a political ally, ie Bill Burke or Bonnie Parks, or Barbara Yaroslavsky.

So in other words Ethics is a bullshit political term. Cause one's ethical standard might be to tell the truth or to lie, it varies on the person.

October 31, 2005 4:49 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

And the winner for the What have you done for me lately award?

Jose Huizar.

With over $976,535,200 dollars going right into the heart of CD 14 Jose Huizar proves that he can get the investment needed into the community.


LA Leadership Academy
LA New ES #1
Marvin EEC
Mt Washington Elemtary School
Ramona Oppt High School
Wilson New ES #1

Those are some of the few schools being serviced in CD 14.

In fact, CD 14 received the 2nd most funds than any other district in the City. Jan Perry's district which has some overlap with Huizar's district got more money.

So what has Pacheco done for us lately, other than go NEGATIVE every chance he gets.

Oh and telling folks Pacheco will be a check on Villaraigosa doens't convince anyone in CD 14.

Sorry buddies.

October 31, 2005 5:00 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Archie was wrong when he was on CBS every night -- just like he got caught in his pile of dung today.

Squirm away Archie --

Squirm Away!

October 31, 2005 5:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Ask Sleazy Huizy where is the new Roosevelt High School the nation's 2nd most over crowded? Don't you all see a pattern here? Just like Antonio supporters, Jose's people have to go negative and distract from the real issues. They can't talk about the real issues in the community because just like the downtown news stated Jose doesn't know his community. So what do his and Antonio's people always do, they go after either those who support the other candidate and slander, defame and all the dirty tricks of negative politics because they're not intelligent, educated supporters who have class.

October 31, 2005 5:11 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Alvin peering out of the campaign HQ? Wait a minute, he is not security.

October 31, 2005 5:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

5:11PM SAID....

"Jose's people have to go negative and distract from the real issues. They can't talk about the real issues in the community because just like the downtown news stated Jose doesn't know his community. So what do his and Antonio's people always do, they go after either those who support the other candidate and slander, defame and all the dirty tricks of negative politics because they're not intelligent, educated supporters who have class."

Hey there buddy, i thought i just posted where more money than 13 other districts was going, but i suppose thats not good enough for you right? Is the glass always half-empty -- but its sad to see you go negative when all i did was post the postive stuff he did as a school board member.

Oh wait, you grew up in the nick pacheco school of politics, you must have taken those leadership classes nick paid for with funny money.

October 31, 2005 5:16 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

1:23 PM As an observer and blogger, I recall a someone short stature of a person who blogged here and won as mayor. HMMMMMM

October 31, 2005 5:30 PM  

Anonymous Kim Thompson said:

Okay, that's it. I will spend every waking moment from now until the elecion working on Jose's campaign. I'll phone bank, I'll walk precincts. I'll do anything I can to help him.

We should pay our own trash fees. There isn't ONE good reason why the City of Los Angeles should be the only city in the whole country that lets the general fund pick it up.

Thanks to my friends who alerted me to this thread.

See ya...Nick. We have tons and tons of issues and you just had to choose the one that I've spent 10 freaking years on. What's next? You want to bring up billboards on the freeways?

I hope you lose easily.

October 31, 2005 5:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

anon 5:00pm, is that why Mt Washington School is asking local associations and homeowner groups for money to buy basic school materials?

And let's see what Parke Skelton says about his client, Jose Huizar, in the Daily News: "He's well known and has done a good job fund raising." Nothing about any good work Huizar had done at the LAUSD. Why, Skelton could have been talking about Arnold, "He's well known and has done a ao good job fund raising".

PS. Mt. Washington elementary is in David Tokofsky's district.

October 31, 2005 5:38 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Whose money is it in the General Fund, Kim? Do the Alaskans donate it to us every year?

October 31, 2005 5:44 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

4:28 Reaching, reaching for a story that is not there...too bad you huizar cults are getting desperate.

4:32 Based on Campaign 101, Huizar broke every rule you posted. Too bad, I saw Alvin Parra, Jennie, Monica, Lisa in Huizar's campaign posters...is that legal?

OH yea, big loss kim thompson. A few weeks back you had already backed up Jose publicly on this blog. Why do you make it sounds as if it's all of a sudden scenario? Think of another stunt. The bull shit Jose comes up with will not be tolerated by us average joe voters. BTW, who cares about you, I don't, just like you don't give a crap about CD 14 in supporting Jose. You support him because you do not have to live and tolerate the abuse from these politicians.

October 31, 2005 5:52 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Growth in schools revenue in Cd14 has FAR more to do with the comparative increases in the number of students attending school here than in most districts, which have declining enrollment. Likewise Perry's area; NOT whether Huizar was representing part of this district.

The real question that his supporters have ignored when raise here 65 times, is why what's needed MOST - the new Northeast high school to offload 3 other packed HS's has been ambushed and possibly scuttled by a guy who ran IE promos for AV in the last election, and why the Huizar-led board ALLOWED this?

Bad scam attempt there, Boo Boo, but some of the bloggers here are smarter than the average blogger.

OR, if you're trying to say that Huizar pumped more money in Cd14 because he knew he was going to run here -- then SHAME on him.

THAT deserves an ethics probe, at the very least - loading up service in an area you know you need to look like Santa Claus in -- in order to get your next job??

October 31, 2005 6:03 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Is Jim Hahn under investigation for any crimes?

Has he been charged with any crimes?

Is he out on bail pending some trial?

How come the only place his "criminality" comes up (without any facts attached, of course), is in gossip mills like this?

"Most invesitigated" in today's slime-is-the-standard political climate can just equal "most political enemies" - and end up being NOTHING more.

I have to laugh out loud when I hear people talk about L.A. being at the start of a "new political era," especially after the last election, which ran more like a communist show trial than an actual election.

"You are charged (because someone dropped a dime on you), so you MUST be guilty. OFF with his career."

October 31, 2005 6:09 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Not only that 6:09, do you recall only 9% of registered voters voted for the midget Villaraigosa?

Villaraigosa wants a communist style operation. The people bought into it. He controls all parts of city government, he even wants LAUSD control, but not for what it seems, it will be only to control the flow of funds. He doesn't give a crap about

October 31, 2005 6:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


So you know whats great about the Pacheco campaign.

They literally have to have folks on the payroll to get their endorsement.


So if you go to the above link -- you'll see that Art Pulido was paid $1,500 right before the CLC endorsed.

And if you look at the press release, you'll notice that Art Pulido is the contact person for the media, which rightfully ignored the story.

But here is the question, since Ethics has been a topic of some conversation -- what does it mean when a campaign pays someone off for an endorsement?

Quid Pro Quo -- isn't that illegal? Hmmm very interesting indeed.

"Perfectly Forgetful Pacheco"

October 31, 2005 6:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Nice photo.

But why pose in front of a liquor store?

Couldn't find a strip club?

October 31, 2005 6:25 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I have heard tales of drinking in the Huizar camp, but please don't call their campaign headquarters a "liquor store".

October 31, 2005 6:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hey wasn't that Lisa Sarno aka Gabbage Patch and Ulyssess hanging out all day with Jose and Antonio is CD14 Saturday? Yes it was. Again paid CD14 staffers campaigning for Jose. Those losers don't even go to community meetings and never ever respond to the constituents. Seniors can't stand them and that's why they will vote for Pacheco. They don't want the same b.s. they got with Antonio.

October 31, 2005 6:44 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Serious question for 4:32 p.m. poster. . .

And you are, whose "campaign manager?"

Funny how Ace Smith was ALWAYS out front to talk to the cameras when AV's people went screaming in from of Hahn's campaign offices about, someone crumpling their art project, or some silly thing.

But, they won, didn't they.

Better re-enroll him in your "class" for managers.

October 31, 2005 6:44 PM  

Anonymous Kim Thompson said:

To Anonymous 5:52

I never publicly backed Huizar. I don't even know him. All I said was that Pacheco did not return my phone calls or emails the last time there was a trash related thread. I DO care about CD 14, whether you care about CD 12 or not. You are wrong to say that. I care about every single council district and I'm a very, very hard worker. I love LA. So you obviously don't know me at all.

Go Jose!

October 31, 2005 6:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Repeating this, from above, for 6:17 p.m., who seems to have missed it's point:

"Huizar supporters still want to make this fight about who's supporting which candidate (working for which candidate, endorsing which candidate), and not about who the candidates THEMSELVES ARE, and what they can and will do for the district.

If I had been told by the mayor of support Huizar, or else, I'd want the fight to be about that, as well. Slim pickings, but better than having to defend Huizar and the record of LAUSD.

"who" not "what". . . stick to those "guns" Who-zaristas - the "accomplishment" cannons are empty, again.

It's a cute, trite, fairly tale expression, that "birds of a feather" -- but it has about as much to do with the reality of politics as "Mary had a little lamb."

If it were true, judging from where Huizar's money and support are coming from, then he would "be" an out-of-district, wealthy developer, property manager, or lawyer - which accounts from more then half the money he's working with now.

October 31, 2005 6:52 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

If any one had doubts that Hacopian was an AV spy, how do you explain this?

AV, Hacopian and Rick Caruso where seen having dinner together at Petina last Friday night.

You dont need much more proof than that.

October 31, 2005 6:52 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

When will the Pacheco boys get over this Hacopian spy crap. How many months has it been seen he left?

October 31, 2005 7:03 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I agree anon 7:03 and I am a Pacheco supporter. Eric Hacopian moved on and so should we.

October 31, 2005 7:16 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I love all the static about Antonio, Nick and Jose. Total

What I want to know is why would Jose support a trash pick-up fee? Especially when seniors and working families will get hit the hardest.

Why would any candidate campaign on raising taxes??

Is he really that inexperienced.

October 31, 2005 8:18 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You would think that with the passing of an honorable politican like Edward Roybal today's Latino politicans would learn respect, dignity, character, integrity, doing things quietly behind the scenes and not wanting the limelight and working "for the people." When you have such out of touch Latino politicans like Antonio, Molina, Reyes, Padilla, Alatorre, Hernandez, Nunez, Jose and the rest who are as corrupt as they come, work for themselves, and USE their people to get in office then the hell with us. It sad to think the old school good Latino politicans who didn't embarrass us are few and far between now. May you rest in peace Honorable Edward Roybal, and thank you for your character.

October 31, 2005 8:20 PM  

Anonymous mexhunkla? said:

Eric H. wasn't the only one who left Pacheco's campaign. There is not one person on his reports in June who is still on board, except for Robert Orteaga, who rumor has it, blogs away all day and even posts how hot he is! (See above).

Even Jen Forkish wasn't so transparent.

October 31, 2005 8:24 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Anonymous 3:55 PM:


Yes, John Edwards (ugh!) was not in that picture. But that is because he was too busy having dinner with her majesty the Queen while he raked in revenue from his billion-dollar-grossing companies.

Did you know John Edwards invented the Internet too?

Was personally responsible for the downfall of Scooter Libby?

Can turn lead into gold?

Ah, John Edwards. All of us on the Northeast miss your tall tales!

Is any bit of your life true?

Other than the fact that Pacheco and you hang out together (what does that say about Mr. Pacheco)???

October 31, 2005 8:29 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Kim said,

"I never publicly backed Huizar. I don't even know him."

"Go Jose!"


October 31, 2005 10:07 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

to 8:18 p.m.

Inexperienced? Yes, somewhat.

Poorly advised? Even more so. He's not getting "wisdom" from those who broke the path open like the late great public servant, Roybal. He's taking cues from the same kind of paid, aloof, class-conscious hacks that every other over-funded, under-experienced politician is.

Arrogant? You BET. When it comes too easy, handed to you (politically) like some rich spoiled heir to the throne, instead of fought for and sweated over, you start to think like all the bean counters and career bureaucrats that sit at your round table.

Don't worry. If he wins, he won't really be around long. This kind never is.

October 31, 2005 10:19 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hacopian got the list of donors volunteers, help and gave them to AV from the start.

AV wanted to know who was backing and volunteering for Pacheco. Hacopian delivered and got out. AV is cynical and deceptive. Do not trust that man.

October 31, 2005 11:56 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

WHOA, glad I waited until later to volunteer. AV's got a vicious vendetta jones.

November 01, 2005 12:15 AM  

Blogger dgarzila said:

Hey , isn't that a JOse HUizar sign next to the Liquor market sign.

I could have sworn the pachanga was now illegal. Or is it still being implemented to this day. Get them drunk then take them to the polls.

At least he doesn't have to pay thier poll tax.
he he

November 01, 2005 12:53 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Anon 8:29

John Edwards turns lead into gold?

Are you sure you don't have that backwards?

Anyone in the northeast, starting with Pacheco, knows the score.

November 01, 2005 7:43 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


November 01, 2005 10:27 PM  

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