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Wednesday, March 28, 2007


Every once in a "GUNSHOT FREE NIGHT" in Boyle Heights. The "LA ANTONIA TIMES" will nail a editorial. This is surprising with the recent turmoil that has exposed the rift between the "PEOPLES NEWS ROOM" and the "ANSWER TO BIG TRIBUNE" editorial board. But give it to the "OLD GREY HAG ON SPRING STREET", for removing their "BLINDERS OF MYOPIA" and noticing the obvious. THAT POLITICS IN LOS ANGELES ANSWER TO ONE PARTY

Los Angeles is becoming, or is already "PRI AMERICA". The Times highlights the recent moves in the CD 7 council race. Just when you thought that a "REAL RACE" would take place. Low behold, but Richard Alarcon decides that he wants his old council seat back. No fight was needed. "HIS POLLONESS" and the "LOS ANGELES POTIBURO" come out with the "ACCOMMODATIONS" that make everyone happy. Cindy Montanez gets two pricey appointments. Felipe Fuentes gets the approval for Assembly run. And "ZORRO" is back at Silly Hall. "OUTSIDER" Monica Rodriguez is simply a speed bump who dared try, to spoil the "POTIBURO'S" plans.

The Times is also correct to point out that cynics, err, voters are looking for other choices. After all, it wasn't long ago that this city was run by a "RINO" from West L.A. But then he was answering to Eli "LORD" Broad. But what choices do the "GRASS ROOTS" on the outside have? "PAY TO PLAY"? Or does a reorganization on how to galvanize the populace need to be undertaken? As seen in CD 14 in recent times(PACHECO'S victory over Griego). Or as in the recent School Board race in District 7. Good old fashion foot work, mixed with Tech support can overtake money.

But for the sake of democracy in Los Angeles. A new merging of groups, businesses, middle class families and grass roots groups need to mobilize before the "POTIBURO" made up of liberals, labor, and the elite rich put a final strangle hood on the reins of power. Just wondering if the "OLD GREY HAG ON SPRING STREET" will help point the way.


Anonymous Anonymous said:

All the more reason to vote for Walter Moore. He's the best shot we have, "we" meaning ordinary, taxpaying, middle-class citizens.

March 28, 2007 9:43 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Red Spot...what about the Montanez/Padilla race for State Senate? In that race, the more moderate/business backed Padilla won.

March 28, 2007 9:44 PM  

Blogger Walter Moore said:

9:43 -- I've got to agree with you. If I can scare up $150,000 to qualify for "matching funds," I don't think the L.A. Times will be able to deny my existence this time around.

March 28, 2007 9:52 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:


...and it can happen again. you bring up a excellent example of what a moderate/business friendly candidate can do. Nick Pacheco did the same thing in CD 14. It was too bad that Monica Rodriguez could not do the same.

March 28, 2007 10:03 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

red spot,

my phone is having bad reception and i was doing that thing in malibu today. great work today. damn dude...you're gonna blow-up in this town!

March 28, 2007 11:38 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Red Spot is Robert Urtuega

March 29, 2007 12:41 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

hell no!

March 29, 2007 1:01 AM  

Anonymous H8H8H8 said:

"we" is ordinary, tax paying citizens? Don't you mean ordinary WHITE people?
Don't sugar coat it brother.
Let's call a spade a spade ( hahahah)

March 29, 2007 4:22 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Red Spot,

Cindy Montanez didn't get two pricey appointments. Just one.

March 30, 2007 1:17 AM  

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