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Sunday, May 24, 2009

Dear Mr. President

Dear Mr. President,

I am writing to you today because this weekend will mark your first Memorial Day Weekend as President. I would imagine that tomorrow you will be very busy attending ceremonies and giving speeches. I am a bit concerned about this because in the past you have shown a tendency to be critical of the United States of America and the policies that this country has followed for the last few decades. Mr. President, on Memorial Day, this type of attitude will not be acceptable. Not just to me, but to most citizens of our nation.

I can offer you some advice. As a former member of the military myself, I can tell you that leaders like yourself - men who have never worn a uniform or taken that oath - are generally viewed with subtle suspicion by both active and former military members. It is important to overcome this hurdle of trust by letting your service members know exactly where you stand, loyalty-wise. I thought I might include this video of one of your predecessors, former President Ronald Reagan. He was phenomenally popular with the American public for several reasons, but the most important reason was that he didn't let us down. He kept a steady hand while guiding us through difficult times. He looked like a President, he sounded like a President, and most importantly, he acted like a President.

I am not saying you should just copy him or his style...you have your own personal style. But if you can end your term as President being even half as popular as Ronald Reagan, you will be able to call yourself a success.

Five minutes into the video, President Reagan seems truly in awe of the achievements of the veterans who surround him. The men who stormed the beaches at Normandy and liberated Europe.

"Why did you do it?", he asked them.

Their unspoken answer? They did it because they are Americans.
They did what we Americans always do... we spread the message of freedom by protecting the freedoms of others. We have been smashing evil worldwide since 1776. It is a part of our identity, a part of who we are. You could say it is in our DNA.

This American "arrogance"(?) that you like to talk about when criticizing our country? I don't see it.
I see a world where there are hundreds of millions of people who are alive today, thanks to the efforts of the brave men and women who serve in our armed forces. Many, but not all, are thankful for it.

This "failed capitalism"(?) that you like to talk about in your speeches? This is the same Capitalism that allowed us to turn our automobile factories into tank factories...to turn our airliner factories into bomber factories. Our belief in capitalism and a free market economy allowed us to save the world from the horrors of Nazi fascism, and later on, from the horrors of Soviet-style Communism. Although many Europeans currently enjoy the freedom of sitting back and making sarcastic comments about our elected American leaders...all of them...deep in their hearts... they know that modern-day Europe would not exist as it does at this moment without American leadership.

Mr. President, I did not vote for you , and to be honest, I have been stunned and in disbelief at some of your political decisions lately. However, our country and its future are far more important than any political issues we face at home, so I will hope that you will be a success on an international level. American ideologies of freedom and free markets need to succeed. The world is counting on us. America is too important.

Even our rivals would not want to live in a world where America fails to live up to its potential.


Phil Jennerjahn


Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why would Obama Administration want to strip SEC of certain powers?

The administration wants to cover up current investigations leading to ex presidents?


May 24, 2009 11:09 AM  

Blogger Verleen said:

Most of my family has been in the military at one point or another, including my dad who served in WW2 and the Korean War, plus a nephew, who is currently in Iraq. I was unable to serve in the military but I am very proud of all of those who do and support them whole-heartedly.

I agree with your letter 100% and I think Obama needs to wake up!

May 24, 2009 11:28 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Phil, you are really pathetic sitting down to write this on a weekend when everyone is on vacation.

It's like that episode of All in the Family where Archie dressed up in a suit to write a letter to Nixon.

May 24, 2009 11:32 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It's a new and different world Phil.

We don't storm beaches anymore. Wars are fought differently. Different than World War II and even differently than Reagan's Cold War.

In today's war there are no front lines. There isn't even anyone who can sign a surrender document.

How do we know when we've won?

But all these issues were discussed and argued during a two year presidential campaign.

The Bush-Cheney approach of the U.S. acting as the world's bully and beating up on everyone with whom it disagreed lost. And the loss was predictible because of the historically low ratings that the administration received.

The voters decided that it's time to try something new. It has the support of top military and foreign affairs experts.

You don't seriously think that Obama would now abandon all that he talked about in the campaign, and continue the Bush-Cheney approach do you?

The change is here. The world isn't going to come to an end. America will not become weaker. If it doesn't work, the voters will find someone else to elect.

It's the way great democracies work.

May 24, 2009 11:33 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Reagan at least was a classy Republican.

Unlike Trutanich - Zine - Cooley

The Three Trogladytes

Add Knabe to that group too but he's not been as visible.

May 24, 2009 1:04 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The change is here.



May 24, 2009 1:21 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Does anyone doubt that the only way Phil could get attention as a kid was to get negative attention?

It's like being a Republican in the westside and thinking you're gonna win, only to come in last place. Last place, right behind Zoomer.

May 24, 2009 1:28 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma Dogg is now saying that he was "featured" on Nightline.

Wasn't that the same show that Zuma Dogg promoted for weeks, only to get delay after delay and then, how much time did they have him on for? What was, it, 15 seconds?

That was like his touting that he was "providing coverage for KNBC," only to get a half sentence out of his mouth before they cutaway.

Yup, the media is drooling over Zuma Dogg.


May 24, 2009 1:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I doubt that I will still be here on earth in 25 or more years. But if I am, I hope I won't be living in a bankrupt country and/or living under foreign rulers! A BIG THANK YOU to all our Veterans who gave their lives and also those who still with us for keeping America Safe!!

I hope every community has a memorial service tomorrow with a large attendance to show our gratitude.

May 24, 2009 1:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

First of all, I do not need to explain when I say, "Featured on ABC News Nightline" because I WAS featured on ABC News Nightline.

I am sorry that you feel it is something that I should not ever mention.

Perhaps if you allowed readers to see the context in which it was posted, it might provide some insight as to why I posted that information at this time:

After posting some exclusive information that came with the disclaimer, "He is going to be breathing down your neck after this one, Dogg" and asking, "if I was ready for it," I added my own disclaimer:

[Pictured: It should be noted for Zuma's safety that he is not a usual "generic" homeless guy. He was featured on ABC News Nightline for his activism in Los Angeles, received over 9,000 votes in the recent mayoral election and is a beloved icon known to hundreds of thousands of people. If anything happens, it won't be a quiet, anonymous story!]

You can laugh all you want, but you are an anonymous pussy who takes no risk, not even for yourself. So I'll take the advice of someone else who is a lot more experienced and wiser than you, when he tells me I should let them know I am not just an anonymous "Joe Homeless" you weak on the inside, pussy. YOU WOULD BE SCARED TO EVEN READ MY BLOG POST OVER YOUR CELL PHONE, IN FEAR! I know pussies like you. And I know you, you sell out coward.

May 24, 2009 3:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hunt is the son of Lamar Hunt founder of the American Football League and grandson of oil man H.L. Hunt.

May 24, 2009 3:04 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The AG and the SEC indictments allege that the pay-to-play corruption conspiracy scandal reaches the highest levels of business and politics. Wissman has allegedly profited in the millions of dollars and has orchestrated the placement of the New York State Common Retirement Fund (NYSCRF) in the investment of over $1 billion. Many of the financial world's top investment managers were clients of Wissman along with indicted Henry "Hank" Morris. The two allegedly did business and shared placement fees for investments by NYSCRF in such investments managers including: The Carlyle Group, Consulting Services Group (CSG), Aldus Equity, Clessidra Fund, Quadrangle, Mezzacappa Management, Clinton Group, Pacific Corporate Group (PCG) CapitalPartners, and Access Capital Advisors.

May 24, 2009 3:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The new reports of Wissman’s conspiracy to commit treason are presently in the hands of the office of Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, but the office has not yet acted considering the damage these reports would do to their case. It is now known that the following memo has been put before senior staff at the office of the AG;


I am writing to you concerning an urgent matter. I have learned that the Chairman of IMG Artists, Barrett N. Wissman is involved in an unlawful transfer of restricted military technology, including a violation of both United States and Israel International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). The restricted military technology in question is discussed in further detail below. I believe that transferring this restricted military technology in violation of law may negatively impact the United States, our troops in Iraq or Afghanistan, and Israel.

May 24, 2009 3:06 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

YOU COULDN'T ACHIEVE WHAT I HAVE ACHIEVED IN THE PUBLIC CONCISOUSNESS OF THE SECOND LARGEST POPULATION, AND LARGEST GEOGRAPHICAL REGION IN AMERICA WITH ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD, JACKASS CLOWN. Now sit down and shut the "f" up and try and figure out how I ended up being featured on Nightline for my own personal efforts, as an un-paid, off-duty citizen, clown.

What did you do today except focus on me. You didn't even comment on the issue, just the icon. Not supposed to be personal, dough...supposed to be about the change, dough...you better get wit it, dough! you are an obsolete clown, dough. You can't hold a candle, dough. I schooled your ass, dough. How does it feel to be schooled by a clown, dough?

May 24, 2009 3:11 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

What a bunch of bullcrap. My family is filled with military veterans and they support President Obama and the direction he is taking.

From World War I to two cousins currently in Afghanistan. And they are not alone by a long shot.

May 24, 2009 5:18 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Needless to say 3:02PM is Big ZD from the 2-1-3, as U can C.

May 24, 2009 5:33 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Guess the country liked this one...it went to #1 on BNNs NATIONAL U.S Top 5 Ranker. Glad to help America!aa

Most-Clicked State Blogs (Blog Net News, Sunday May 24, 2009)

1. Greetings International Money-Launderers, Their Crony Politicians & FEDERAL
Investigators From Zuma Dogg!

2. ACORN: Gerrymandering a permanent Democratic majority?

3. Not that Controversial

4. Money is the root of all evil"

5. Memorial Day... Semper Fi...

May 24, 2009 6:52 PM  

Blogger Eric said:

For the record, some people, such as myself, who grew up during the Ronald Reagan years have a very different opinion than the author of this letter.





Just thought I would offer an opposing point of view. Something sorely needed on this Blog as of late.

May 24, 2009 8:42 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

If zuma dogg's site really is so great why is he here peddling himself on every single thread? He must be 1/4 of the comments himself. And now Walter's back with his petty na-na-na comments.

May 24, 2009 9:16 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Well done, Phil!

There will never be another president as great as Reagan.

May 24, 2009 10:24 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Once again, when you embellish the truth, such as the Nightline thing, which was a major embarrassment to you when it kept getting bumped, your credibility will always get dinged.

It's great that they had you on for a minute or two. But that's all it was. And it was not about you. It didn't feature you by a long shot.

It featured the SUBJECT, which was not you.

If you continue to tell people that it was about you, all someone has to do is bring it up online. I did. Do you care to guess how much of it was about you?

Liar, Liar
Homeless Liar's Pants on Fire
We're all warm tonight
You're not

May 24, 2009 10:25 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

"when it kept getting bumped"...who cares if it got bumped...it aired, loser. When I say that I was featured on the progrma, which is what you call it when you are "included" in a segment. Can I say, "included". I mean, the segment that I was "included" in WAS about me and what I do...I don't know what else to say. Sorry you do not feel that I was featured on Nightline, whenever it did, or didn't air.

Loser, so I can say I was on nightline jan 27th, instead of being able to say I was on jan 16th, or whatever. (As if it is the date that it aired that matters.)


HA HA...I picked up the phone one day, and it was ABC News NIGHTLINE and they wanted to interview me because they heard about me. AND SO I WAS FEATURED ON ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE, simply for being me!

May 24, 2009 10:37 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Amyway, being on Good Day LA was way better than Nightline anyway. Way more people saw that and I still hear about that. BUT nevertheless, "I" was FEATURED on Nightline, and YOU were not, and NEVER will be, even if you wanted to be. And remember, THEY contacted me! LOL!

May 24, 2009 10:39 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

More stupid ass right wing garbage.

May 25, 2009 1:05 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

10:25 P.M. :

You might as well forget trying to be rational.

A psychopathic narcissist just spins like a whirlwind.

It's beyond his mind to grasp that someone could possibly have no aspirations to be on Nightline or any other show. For someone to not be mesmerized by seeing their own image is beyond his comprehension.

He'll never be able to understand what you are saying; the ego is too distorted. All it does is incite him to ridiculously childish name calling.

May 25, 2009 2:36 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Villaraigosa is planning to conduct a lobbying effort on Tuesday in Sacramento,he would like to do away with the two-thirds requirements to pass a state budget or enact new taxes.

WE CAN RECALL HIM NOW!!! PEOPLE ARE FED UP WITH HIS BULLSHIT...He starts his new term in 39 days. Let's get the RECALL now and send a message throughout the nation.





May 25, 2009 7:27 AM  

Anonymous bloodhound said:

1:21, you forgot ACORN link to NY Times...

May 25, 2009 7:33 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

2:36 AM???

It's 2:36 am , memorial day weekend...what are you doing? Posting about Zuma Dogg that he was, or wasn't featured on Nightline. I pray for you Mr. 2:36 AM loser, that you get your soul back and get back to a meaningful life.

May 25, 2009 8:41 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

7:27 am

the recall of this midget gang-sta wanna-be political clown needs to get going. Zuma Dogg...is there a way to start this grass-roots process rolling??? Your good at getting the news out and get the ball rolling!!! NOW IS THE TIME TO SHOW THE DOWNTOWN CLOWNS that enough is enough!!!


May 25, 2009 9:37 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

"Zuma Dogg...is there a way to start this grass-roots process rolling??? Your good at getting the news out and get the ball rolling!!!"

THANKS! The way I am handling this, for now, is I will participate in a re-call effort and get the message out and all that firestarting...but some other folks have to put it together, then I can help.

It's not going to get off the ground, while I am sleeping on the ground. But I'll do my part when something viable is started.

May 25, 2009 10:36 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Go do it yourself loudmouth.

You threaten and when the chips are down and someone calls you out, you immediately revert to your cowardly personna.

You are blowhard, Zuma, and your threats are empty words.

Go get a life.

May 25, 2009 1:24 PM  

Blogger Phil Jennerjahn said:

I will say it publicly...

This city needs to recall Villaraigosa.

I accept that I didn't beat him in the election, but 17% turnout means that voters don't support him in general, either.

Voters of LA...let's get the recall action going.

May 25, 2009 2:45 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Thanks Zuma
Thanks Phil

I new some one would see through this madness. Weiss is out now lets work on that phony ass wanna-be mayor. this jerk actually thought he could be a gov for calif. what a laugh!!!


May 25, 2009 3:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Call up a meeting.

Recall Villaraigosa

Olvera Street

Tuesday 2pm

May 25, 2009 3:54 PM  

Blogger Phil Jennerjahn said:

If there is a movement to Recall Villaraigosa, I feel that I should not be in charge of it. I am already busy planning my attempt for the 33rd Congressional District in 2010.

However, I am willing to be part of a discussion about the subject. Many people would have to be involved. Walter Moore got 70,000 people to vote for him in March...so the need to get the signatures, I believe, is not the ultimate hurdle.

I would not want to be part of a recall effort that failed and cost the city millions of dollars.

It would need to be a community effort with many, many powerful political figures involved. The Neighborhood Councils would need to be consulted, and now that Antonio has angered them by threatening to cut off their funding, I am sure there would be some vocal supporters.

I think the election of Nuch Trutanich showed that people are clearly frustrated with incompetent leadership at the City level.

Could a recall succeed? Yes, I think so.

But if it happened, who do we replace the Mayor with?

May 25, 2009 7:22 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

God Phil, you can't be that dumb and wanted to run for mayor, can you?

Forget a recall. It's never going to happen.

The mayor didn't threaten the neighborhood council's money. Two council members, Parks and Smith did.

You don't even have most of your facts right. The mayor immediately released a statement saying that he didn't think they should have their money cut by more than 10%, which is the same that he is asking the rest of the city to do.

We can't afford to pay for a recall and I thought you were all about conserving money - being a Republican and all. We've spent enough money on stupid elections lately.

And believe it or not, I don't think you've got the groundswell. Ousting Jack (mostly in his district) is one thing, but citywide the mayor has a lot of fans and supporters. Sorry.

You go concentrate on who your party can run and the Dems will go pow wow on who is the best for them to run and back and we'll see you in 3 years when people start pulling their papers to run.

May 26, 2009 1:47 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

hey 1:47,if you think "ousting jack mostly in his district" has nothing to do with the mayor, you couldn't be more wrong. He got into trouble because people thought he was doing the bidding OF the mayor when it come to density, mass transit, etc.

Jack helped make the mayor, "
Weiss rolled the dice," and Antonio wouldn't be mayor without him.

Antonio lost the westside and valley don't forget, in March.

And it was his incompetent manner of pushing Measure B onto the ballot and then trying to sue opponent (thrown out in court) that is widely credited with forging the alliance which voted against it AND then, against Jack
Weiss as a symbol of city hall.

He had the bad luck of being on the ballot of Antonio's Bungled
B and then this time, the Props, all of which drew out the anti-tax conservative crowd. While Antonio is ticking off the unions, the
Democrats' usual base, with his budget negotiations.

So if you're going to play the blame game, when it comes to Antonio, don't go there.

May 26, 2009 2:56 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

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May 26, 2009 7:18 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

LOL. Phil for 33rd Congressional District in 2010. Yeah right!

May 26, 2009 11:29 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Antonio's position on illegal immigrants cost him the west valley especially. Didn't Walter Moore the Minuteman actually win Smith's district outright? And the city and state laws allowing more density make people resent status quo government in general. I doubt Nuch can actually do anything about it, that's legislation and the city attorney must enforce it not make it. But he made promises he can't keep.

As far as Governor goes, Newsom is worse on the illegal immigration issue and in San Franciso the sidewalks are cracked, potholes the size of wading pools and parks have flowerbeds gone to weed. He's maybe smoother and quicker on his feet verbally but even worse when it comes to budget and issues. Newsom is playing on how he's a changed man since he got remarried and has a child. Although his wife appeared nude in a film about sexual romps recently which could become an issue.

That leaves Brown whose main drawback is he's old and hardly an agent of change and Newsom's playing on that. If he runs his liberal record in earlier decades will come out. The Governor Moonbream. On the other hand, his people are portraying him as finally grown up and in a good solid relationship and place in his life at 70.

May 26, 2009 12:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The mayor lost in the West valley and the West side but nowhere else. He won in the valley except for Smith and Zine's districts.

Jack Weiss had nothing whatsoever to do with the win of the mayor. I don't know how you can even say that Antonio wouldn't be mayor without Jack Weiss. That's laughable.

Weiss was bound to lose in his district. But in Los Angeles overall, 45% of the people voted for him. So you can't argue that nearly half of the people who voted, voted for him.

None of that has to do with the mayor. District 5 maybe, but not the rest of the city. You will never see the mayor treat a constituent the way Weiss treated his. Never. What is shocking is why the mayor continued his friendship with Weiss when he had to know he was going to lose and the mayor doesn't like to back losers.

May 26, 2009 1:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Weiss had everything to do with Antonio winning in 05. He took him around in the Jewish community, persuaded skeptics that he'd be good for the Jews and the city, took a risk choosing him over Herzberg. As an ordinary member of the Jewish community I well remember that. And his support for the mayor did cost him votes. He was seen as supporting the Mayor on the Pico- Olympic thing and location of subway and Expo stops, expansion, which the opponents played up as part the mayor's scheme to add density and push his version of "smart growth."

I'm not saying Weiss supported any of Antonio's plans because they were his -- these things just seemed to make sense. Pico-Olympic for example. but his friendship with the mayor made people claim so. You have no idea what you're talking about if you don't know that.

A lot of the traditional groups that united to oppose the way he pushed B are also the ones who are afraid the Latinos will bring hordes of poor Latinos into their neighborhood, building small cheap housing for them. They worry that that will lower property values and quality of life.

Weiss took a big risk being inclusive instead of giving in to the view that the westside needs to be isolated, literally exclusive and keep its tax base.

Homeowner groups compare themselves to Culver City and Beverly Hills in terms of what their taxes get for schools and streets, not East L A. That sentiment is what got Vahedi as far as he did. Plus the generally strong anti-incumbent mood that also proved Koretz's major negative. Weiss behaved as someone who had the interests of the whole city at heart not just his district, and that hurt him with those who voted in biggest numbers combined with the way B turned out the anti-city hall vote. He probably could have pandered more and then flip-flopped as most of them do.

Weiss had those who care about the big issues like the environment, gun control, social issues, the stuff that matters for a city attorney. But with 17% turnout it was anti-tax voters who wanted to send Sacramento and Arnold and Antonio a message against the props like they did with B. Many now are kicking themselves for not having voted, paid more attention.

Weiss actually did very well considering too the endless hammering he got for supporting Antonio on SO40, for allegedly making the streets safe for Latino illegal gangbangers nonsense on talk radio. Doug McIntyre says that and then B is what cost Weiss most on a citywide basis with that crowd where they have no love for the Mayor's position on illegal immigration.

Trutanich got a toehold on the westside because he opposed city hall which means planning as done by Gail Goldberg on behalf of the Mayor -- look at the Weekly article Usher wrote attacking her and the Mayor's overall strategy. Without her or the editor ever revealing in the piece that she was also Trutanich spokeswoman and lobbyist.

May 26, 2009 3:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

NPR/ Stolz did a story day after quoting the usual political analysts agreeing that it was a referendum on the Mayor, telling him he'd better have more to show for himself if he wanted more power. But I think Mailander was right: if they'd wanted to send him a message they shouldn't have hit on his friend. Maybe they regretted not hitting him harder himself before the primary once they saw how far some nobodies got. With the budget crisis and fizzles with the schools, oouncilmembers backpedaling on his promise of 1000 cops, tough choices to make, anti-incumbent atttitude aimed at Sacramento too, this isn't 05.

May 26, 2009 5:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Major buyer's remorse is already settling in over the Nooch. Many who voted for him are dismayed at his confrontational comments and lack of grace even in winning. Plus the realization that he made empty promises he's in no position to keep and never was, it was all opportunism to get what he wants.

He is already trying to manipulate council votes through Zine and Hahn, and Parks and whoever else has a beef with the Mayor and the Chief. Trying to set up a coalition opposed to him to take power, just like he and Cooley openly wanted along with Zine.

Think of him: from marginalized lone Republican to gloating in that chest-thumping way they share. Good, I hope they keep it up, it's already backfiring. Notice the Koolaid drinkers are few and far between now, limited to the haters like Rumpole/Berger and the Wiki Wacko?

Oh yeah and the pedro people are already talking about backroom influence pedaling by some young relatives. And there are a LOT of Trutanich's. Some of whom just might have been his criminal clients, maybe why he fought tooth and nail NOT to divulge them even though it was proven to be legal. You can be sure if he hadn't been the Slimes' annointed one they'd have insisted on it.

May 26, 2009 7:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"Major buyer's remorse is already settling in over the Nooch."

Only for one political operative who will now be busy for the next eight years. But it isn't really buyer's remorse, because TEAM LOSERSPIN didn't vote for "Nooch" anyway.

The election happened to have been LAST Tuesday. Are you aware of that.

Trutanich won City Attorney, and Weissass gets a Deputy Douchebag appointment on a sinking ship.

May 26, 2009 8:11 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

I DON"T LIKE THE DIVISIVE SPIN AROUND HERE! The election is OVER! Why would the mayor have someone spinning here? If the mayor is going to spin MY friends, I will spin HIS.

Sorry Ron Burkle! Hey Bill Clinton, you should tell Antonio to tell his boys to chill. Don't want to lose it all over chump change. But ask Andrew Cuomo how things have been going for him today.



May 26, 2009 9:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

No one cares what you do and don't like you nut job. But go ahead and try to play the bully like your friends, bring it on with your threats. You and the Wacko loons and the hate-filled Berger Rumpole Fruentes too.

We're ready for another round of "just how crazy is he?"
The more you show yourselves to be what you are the better.

May 27, 2009 12:48 AM  

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