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Monday, January 11, 2010

Janice Hahn Jumps the Gun?

Does Google show information that Janice Hahn's campaign for Lt. Governor posted but then removed? Absracts in Google Search and Google Reader show the following:

"Every day, more Californians are stepping forward to support Janice Hahn for Lt. Governor. So far, eight fellow LA City Councilmembers have endorsed: Eric Garcetti, Jan Perry, Bernard Parks, Tom Labonge, Herb Wesson, Dennis Zine, Paul Koretz, and Bill Rosendahl. Click here to see Janice's endorsement list."

Yet the link http://janicehahn.com/news/hahn-racks-up-endorsements-on-la-city-council/ redirects to Hahn's main web page and the content above is nowhere to be found.

Did someone jump the gun?



Anonymous Anonymous said:

A worthless idiot running for a worthless office.

January 11, 2010 10:18 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This is comical business as usual in LA. Specifically, the LA City “Clown” Council endorsements of Eric Garcetti, Jan Perry, Bernard Parks, Tom Labonge, Herb Wesson, Dennis Zine, Paul Koretz, and Bill Rosendahl.

January 11, 2010 10:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Perfect job for her.

January 11, 2010 11:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

is this actually newsworthy or even blogworthy?

January 12, 2010 12:33 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Interesting that none of the Latinos endorsed her, not even Cardenas, with whom she co-chaired the gang prevention program for such a long time but of course, she wants to create a new property tax for 'an income stream' for ANOTHER gang program she wanted to control.

She wants to be able to say she's involved in gang prevention and use that as her camaign base, but the program she and Cardenas ran was taken over by the mayor's ofc because the controller raised various concerns about how the money was spend and some workers.

She seems to have the three black reps. She has thrown money into the district, until recently when Garcetti finally clamped down and the council finally gave each district a certain allocation, she was one of the worst in taking money for "hann giveaways" really campaign boondoggles in her SLA district.

Perry, Parks and Wesson all do the same so I guess they feel she 'fits in' with that way of buying voters. Actually it didn't do enough for Parks in his race for BOS because R-T got huge union money, and no one likes him.

January 12, 2010 10:32 AM  

Anonymous I'm a valley girl said:

I love Janice!

January 12, 2010 8:26 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Musical chairs for elected officials due to term limits was one of the questions this morning on Fred Roggin's new CH. 4 show @11:30, and it's also on Warner Ch. 225 @7:30 at night. It's a left-right format.

Yesterday it was Jack Weiss vs. Ron Kaye. Previously he was on with Celeste Fremont at Witness L A who said he was so articulate and smart she wishes he was still in office, he puts the ones there now to shame. Of course that's not saying too much in general. Perry or Le Bonge for mayor?
Wonder why didn't Jack speak up more when he was councilman - maybe he didn't want to waste time like the ones who bang their buzzers all the time, mainly Hahn and Zine and Rosendahl who SURPRISE! want to run for higher office. But you don't get rewarded for NOT wasting time in this city.

Kaye saying on his blog that the Wizard should've given Rosendahl Courage and Zine a Heart is about right. And for LaBonge, a Brain.

By the way, wonder what Paul Hatfield thinks of Zine wanting to be Controller if Wendy runs for Mayor? He says candidates for the job should be CPA's. At least Wendy had a background in finance, all Zine can say for himself is "I was a former cop and I challenge everything and everyone." So?

January 13, 2010 2:10 PM  

Blogger CDRealist said:

It's more likely that the site was changed, and the abstract refers to the cached copy on google's servers. When you search on Google, it doesn't search the web in real time; it searches the indexes on its servers, indexes built by its googlebot webcrawlers, finds what you want, and then refers you to the site on the web that was indexed.

January 13, 2010 3:01 PM  

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