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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Antonio Villaraigosa: Let's Double The Number of Potholes!

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

the only times Villar went to the valley, was to bang Mirthala who lived in Sherman Oaks or when there was a tragedy were he could be on camera!! If he wants a larger voter turnout, DEBATE!!! F....G asshole, had to replace my tires because they got damaged by a pothole!! I casted my vote and it was not for Antonio, Wendy or Jack!!! You may be mayor for another four years, but you will not get to Sacramento, we will knock on many doors!!! Thanks for the advice!

February 19, 2009 9:18 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

What's two-faced Zine doing there? He can decide to like Villar and his slate or not but to badmouth them in what he might have thought was a "secret" video and all over town and then show up and mug with Villar is just smarmy.

February 19, 2009 9:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hahaha! Zine, smarmy?


He's the smarmiest they come. He oozes smarm. The only thing creepier than Dennis Zine are the women who hang with him. (Shudders.)

February 19, 2009 10:11 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Just checked Tony's vid- no wonder he won't debate; he has trouble not "misspeaking" even without any adversaries present.

Tony has the hand moves and gestures down pretty well.

And he almost paces the spiel fast enough, but the content is a big zero and he's preaching to the choir but still has trouble with his concentration, keeping his delivery from being fluid.

As most of his speeches, he sounds like he's trying to be careful not to say anything that will hang himself, thinking about the way he's doing it, and very obviously trying to avoid Wendy's habit of overlaying her words with contradictions of earlier speeches.

IF TONY SPOKE the TRUTH, it might be easier to deliver his messages since it's all he would have to remember. He lies, so keeping that straight is pulling him into that, "Oh, what a tangled web we weave..." maze of fabricated concepts he creates.

He may buy his way to another term but he got that money on the backs of Los Angeles residents and business owners, while giving a half-ass showing as Mayor.

The L.A. Times endorsement in Saturday's edition is anything but glowing; "power broker" is the best that can be said for him and the Times thinks that's a good quality. It's part of the political machine that makes his politics so shameful, but the editorial writer (among the few employees left, and it may be that one of the skeleton crew aboard was called as the utility man for the day to write up this editorial) plainly shows his value system using deep flaws as the reasons for the praise.

The other part in that "endorsement" is more like a plea to a spendthrift who maxed out a credit card and dad's giving him a fresh one, adding, "Now you promised to spend wisely this time, so please do better. Promise?"

The Times is satisfied with the same conduct that the LA Weekly showed well and easily to be a major fault in it's "All About Me- 11% Mayor" story; misplaced time and attention priorities that ignored city business for personal career gain.

Read it and see the Times' "pretty please, Don't run for Governor- we need a full term as Mayor"; Where have THEY been?

Maybe the Times did not like being one-upped for the zillionth time by the tabloid and is just being contrary out of spite, but Tony needs no second term, he's cost us too much already- listen to his statement and see his pleasure when he mentions the sales tax rise from Prop. R Transit tax approved "in a recession"- how idiotic is that?

And it's the voters' fault if anyone complains, but who puts out those traps for the voters to fall into, as they did with term limits and the phone tax extensions? Tony and his team.

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February 22, 2009 1:44 AM  

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