Outtakes from CD 14: Is Councilman Huizar screening El Sereno "Fourth of July Parade" Participants?
Now before my bloggin spoll checkers get their Depends moist with another supposed example of this blogger's K-12 LAUSD experience, let me remind my fellow cyber political bretherns that we celebrate America's "sacred day of freedom from the redcoats", not based upon the calender, but upon the political needs of our collectivist overlord, in this case Councilman Jose Huizar.
You see in the Cut and Paste Republic of CD 14, history, facts, truth, transparency, and proper credit for past deeds, must bow before the "five-star loving", political revisionist, who finds political credit in the most obscure politically-stage settings.
On the topic of politically-stage settings, it seems that Councilman Jose Huizar is in the business of micro-managing community celebrations of the Fourth of July within his council fiefdom.
Sources are reporting that A & E "Flip the House" Team Member and CD 14 Businessman Rudy Martinez was denied a spot in the El Sereno "3rd of July Parade". This was despite the fact that A & E was to make a $500 donation to the El Sereno Bicentennial Committee, which annually organizes the event.
It seems that Councilman Huizar forced the Committee to schedule the parade on the 3rd from its normal Fourth of July date, to coincide with his "Fireworks Show' at El Sereno Park. Thus, from parade start to end of the fireworks, its all about crafting the Huizar image, with no political challengers allow, at least in the parade.
But what if a 2011 political challenger does show up at El Sereno Park on Saturday? Then one can can bet that they will be shadowed by Team Huizar. Think Henry Casas.
Scott Johnson in CD 14