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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Wednesday

Mayor Poopy may have a new role. Governor Schrwarzenegger has forwarded former Mayor James Hahn's name to the State Bar Commission on Judicial Nominees Evaluation as a possible appointee to the Los Angeles Superior Court. Should Hahn be eventually appointed to the Court he'd be the first former Los Angeles Mayor to serve on the Court since Fletcher Bowron.

This has got to be the most ridiculous idea to come before the Council in I don't know how long. Clowncilman Richard Alarcon has got unanimous support from the Council to support Assembly Bill 1819 which would allow 16 and 17 year olds to "pre-register and vote." This is something that will lead to more voter fraud but will add to the bureaucracy to make it happen. The idea is to get young people more involved but the logic is lost on me. What's next? Allowing teens to pre-register for their first kegger or their first age of consent sex?

The Former Fishwrap of Record has endorsed City Councilman Bernard Parks for County Supervisor. The Times says that Bernie has "shown a steady hand chairing the City Council's budget committee, and would bring similar care to the much larger county government."

We reported yesterday that Mayor Villaraigosa appeared in the Canoga Park Memorial Day Parade. A columnist at the Ventura County Star reports that protestors showed up to shame the Mayor for his support of Special Order 40. Speaking of the Canoga Park Parade here are photos of future Mayoral candidate Zev riding in the parade.

Access Hollywood is reporting that Britney Spears could be planning a Vegas comeback special. Spears could be paid $10 million for the special and follow up with a series of concert dates in sin city.

And finally, I had the opportunity to join Rita of Sunland a few months back at the premiere of Doug McIntyre's and Penny Peyser's homage to legendary jazz artist Jack Sheldon, the biographical Trying To Get Good: The Jazz Odyssey of Jack Sheldon. Now if you want to see the film now is your chance. There are a number of screenings scheduled from this Friday the 30th through June 19th at The Westwood Crest Theatre.

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

I thought you had to be a CITIZEN to vote!!! How about calling ICE to deport all the illegals who are destroying our schools? There won't be anyone left to "pre-register"!

Alarcon is really getting on my nerves...it's time to throw his ass out on the street...anyone know if he's legal?

How much longer are we going to allow the Mexican mafia to occupy City Hall? Alarcon, Reyes, and Fuentes are now public enemies #One, two and three! Wake up, people! Smell the burritos!

May 28, 2008 8:55 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It's a ruse to get more illegals to vote even earlier, to drive up our taxes. Anyone who can't figure out how to sign up to vote isn't smart enough to vote. Just have the schools remind kids, if that's what they're so worried about.

Alarcon the MeCha Marxist I can understand, but then Garcetti was also saying kids should vote as youmg as 16 or 17, rattled off some third world countries where it happens, and allegedly Austria. Argued these kids are smarter than most adults. Has he ever seen the test scores at LAUSD? What schools and kids is he talking about? Maybe he figures kids would support his huge developments and schemes to tax us, the homeowners and their parents who they don't respect anyway.

May 28, 2008 10:22 AM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Los Angeles Times = "Bitter Rants on Spring Street".

May 28, 2008 10:29 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

But Mayor Sammy, how could James Hahn be a superior court judge when he's ABOUT to be indicted for corruption.

You guys said so yourself -- it was gonna happen ANY day, during the 2005 mayors' race.



May 28, 2008 10:33 AM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Pokie for the Poopy??

May 28, 2008 10:37 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

According to Federal law, one must be 18 years of age to vote. We need to send these office holders back to school to receive much needed instruction in federal law.

May 28, 2008 12:37 PM  

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