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Friday, October 28, 2005

Piling On - MSM Cluing In

This time it is the Economist.

Governing Los Angeles
Oct 27th 2005
From The Economist print edition

HE IS just about everywhere in Los Angeles: talking to the derelicts and junkies on Skid Row, riding a new bus line, visiting strife-torn high schools, mediating in labour disputes, operating construction machinery, planting trees, hobnobbing with senators, even appearing in a TV sitcom. If success is defined by visibility, Antonio Villaraigosa, four months into his four-year term as mayor of America's second city, has already won hands-down.

An impressive start, but eventually LA's mayor will have to do something.


Anonymous Anonymous said:

No he wont have to "do something." Just leave for the next job before you can be held accountable for anything.

I hear a faint murmur of voices...Please Antonio, please come save us from the Terminator...I would have served out my term but the people have asked me and I can't ignore their pleas.

Sound familiar?

October 28, 2005 10:37 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

So somesing?

I don't got to stinkin' DO SOMESING!

I never have before (just ask CD14).

Ramallo, Skelton, why they say now I got to do somesing!?

Fix dat, will you?

October 28, 2005 11:25 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Start 80 MORE fake neighborhood watch organizations Antonio.

That will solve homelessness, gridlock and a host of other urban problems.

October 28, 2005 11:26 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

L.A. is ungovernable. It's too big. Too many people. Underclass is too large. Way too many illegal immigrants.

October 28, 2005 2:53 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Pacheco lost to Villaraigosa because he failed to meet the needs of his district. They chose someone with vision and a record of real accomplishment. Now residents of CD14 have moved their champion into the Mayor's seat.

Pacheco went on in another failed campaign attempt for District Attorney. But Pacheco, who loves a good a$$ whippin' (especially when it's his own), has entered into another failed campaign for his old seat. Will three losses be enough to wake up a political loser? Probably not. He's not that bright.

Sadly, his followers don't even promote him anymore. They simply bash old opponents, thinking it makes a difference. But with followers so dumb, it's no wonder why he repeatedly loses.

October 28, 2005 10:03 PM  

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