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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

"The Hustle" No on Measure S Commercial

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Now that one had Pizazzz!

January 23, 2008 10:16 PM  

Anonymous Middle Class Black said:

Mayor Sam and Zuma did you see that the City entered into some kind of agreement with the Nation of Islam, NAACP and other Negro shakedown groups to get this monitor city hiring of African Americans. Like the city discriminates! Ha ha! They're using Martin Luther King and the true civil rights movement to shakedown for a few select negroes. It won't help me.

January 23, 2008 10:49 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Naturally it won't. You're not black.

January 24, 2008 12:28 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Well, at least, not black enough.

Go buy a little bowtie and talk to Minister Farrakhan.

January 24, 2008 4:25 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This blog has disinegrated into a "No on S" campaign.

Have you registered as an "I.E."?

Lee Ann and the Ethics Commission are looking at you now.

January 24, 2008 4:47 AM  

Anonymous zuma's press deputy said:

Boo hoo hoo...

The people don't want a shady asshole to drop a new tax that the Federal goverment just abolished/closed the loophole on.

Don't humiliate yourself with that empty bullsh*t tactic. It diminishes your credibility if you ever actually have a good point. (Which you won't, so you may as well blow your wad on that stupid ethics commission comment.)

Yeah, the ethics commission is going start enforcing blogs. O.k., got ya!

January 24, 2008 5:51 AM  

Anonymous matt dowd's blogging crew said:

but wait, Matt Dowd says YES to S on this blog.
so that makes it a complete 2 sided even steven shut the hell up and stop crying campaign.

tell Gil Garcetti to call Matt Dowd. I'm sure they have a lot to talk about with his shady as all fuck wife and son.

Garcettis and ethics is like Vick and animal shelters, or OJ Simpson the sheriff, Scott Peterson the divorce attorney. it just doesn't work for us anymore.


January 24, 2008 9:18 AM  

Anonymous matt dowd's blogging crew said:

oh wait, one more, Michael Jackson and babysitting services....

January 24, 2008 9:21 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:



Support for Fabian's Prop. 93 Plummets -- Certain failure ahead...

by Jon Fleischman - Publisher (bio) (email) 1-24-2008 8:30 am
In my career as a political professional, I have had an opportunity to work as the campaign coordinator for a successful statewide ballot measure (Prop. 227, in 1998, to end bilingual education in support of English immersion). But it doesn't even take someone with a lot of experience to make an early call on the fate of Proposition 93 a.k.a. "The Big Lie" a.k.a. the "Fabian Nunez Career Politician Term Limits Weakening Initiative."

This measure is going to be soundly defeated by California voters, preserving our state's strong legislative term limits, and upholding the idea that the state legislature is supposed to be a place where citizens give of their time for a few years, and then return home to live under the laws they create. Californian's will re-affirm their decision that they simply do not was a class of career politicians under the Capitol dome.

The statewide Field poll has announced their latest numbers on Fabian's ploy measure, Prop. 93 -- showing the measure has steeply dropped in support (as we predicted here on the FR -- that once voters understood that politicians "conveniently" slipped in a clause to allow them to all serve more time in office).

Conventional wisdom is that a ballot measure needs to go into election day with over 50% support. The Field Poll puts the measure at 39% in favor, 39% against, with 22% undecided.

I am sure that Fabian and company are not in a hurry to have you look back to the last Field Poll, just a month ago, that had the measure at 50% support, 32% oppose. As voters become more educated on this measure, they are lining up against it.

Of course, to make matters worse for Nunez, the No on 93 campaign effort, headed up by Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner, which has had a modest tv campaign taking place for couple of weeks has made a major media commitment through the election, ensuring that an informed electorate will likely bring 93's numebers down even more!

On a closing note, I guess it looks like "Team Fabian" was fudging the numbers as they were spreading around a "58% Support" number. Now they can wear that egg on their faces through February 5.

January 24, 2008 10:50 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Did ya see dat da City entered into some kind o' agreement wiff da Nation o' Islam, NAACP an' other Negro shakedown groups ta git dis here monitor city hiring o' African Americans. Like da city discriminates! Ha ha! They're usin' Martin Luther King an' da true civil rights movement ta shakedown fo' uh few select negroes. It won't he`p me.
brace yourself foo'!

January 24, 2008 12:02 PM  

Anonymous if zuma can do it said:

so to prove that this blog is totally fair and representative, how about posting a thread for Matt Dowd's YES on S music video!
sung to the tune of Green Day's Time of your Life.

January 24, 2008 1:03 PM  

Anonymous this link works said:


use this link

January 24, 2008 5:11 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

What did Antonio Villar do with the trash fee's to hire more police officer's ?.
He is so full of bull that they need the phone tax or cut the police and fire department, it's all a scare tactic.
If we really were in such a crisis
he and the city council would not have granted a 25% pay raise to city employee's.
He thinks that by granting the unions sunch a big raise they will support his ass for higher office.
Prop. S is not for Safty but for SUCKERS who fall for Tony Villar B.S.

January 24, 2008 7:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Phone tax gets heavy backing from unions....They have given nearly $1.9 million to the Proposition S campaign, which is seeking to preserve a tax on cellular and land line calls.
By David Zahniser, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
January 25, 2008
The campaign for a $243-million telephone users tax on the Feb. 5 ballot has amassed nearly $2.6 million, almost three-fourths of it from labor unions, according to campaign contribution reports filed Thursday.

Unions provided nearly $1.9 million to the Proposition S campaign, which is seeking to preserve a tax on cellular and land line calls that has been challenged repeatedly in court.

The size of the donations appalled foes of the tax, who said that city employee unions were rewarding politicians for giving them raises -- and ensuring that more will be granted in the future.

"This is the economics of special interests," said Walter Moore, who has been battling the measure. "You have a special interest that can make hundreds of millions of dollars by putting in $1 million or $2 million at City Hall."

January 25, 2008 7:05 AM  

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