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Thursday, January 20, 2011

LA Weekly: "Jose Huizar Unfriends Rudy Martinez". What results when Huizar can't take anymore from you.

"Councilman Jose Huizar and Councilman Tony Cardenas presenting award for community work to Rudy Martinez".

"Acquaintances Councilman Huizar? Looks more like buds hanging together".

"Friends enjoying each other's company".

Many know the feeling of being "unfriended" by Councilman Jose "Charro Huizzy Corleone" Huizar.
A childhood friend who nows dedicates time to bettering the community, was the recipient of a recent Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone "slap back" for supporting CD 14 Candidate Rudy Martinez. Still "reeling" from her treatment, my friend describe to me how she was "unfriended" from Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone's personal Facebook page for the mere act of supporting Martinez. The horror!
For City Council Candidate Rudy Martinez, the results of being "unfriended" by Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone, has more consequences than the mere act of being "unfriended" from Facebook. Try having your past life smeared by your former friend political consultants, youthful indiscretions exploited for political capital and most egregious, the fact that you once had a meaningful friendship, whitewashed for political survival.
** Was a supposed request for money by Councilman Huizar to help pay a Ethics Commission fine, the "final take" in the Huizar/Martinez friendship?
Thus, one is not surprise that Martinez would cite Huizar as the "taker" in their past friendship and the "act of taking" also denote his past actions as a councilperson. Huizar's proclivities for taking includes allocating $ 1 million + from the CLARTS Fund for staff salaries, he attempted to take from the taxpayers $3,000 + to party with his Princeton University chums and took $40,000 + from city coffers to buy a sporty Toyota Highlander.
But Huizar's traits of taking others for granted may collide with election reality based upon this comment to LA Weekly Writer David Futch. In the context on campaigning door to door, Huizar states "Why bother, when few voters live behind most doors?" He'll rely on direct mail to precious active voters and speeches to friendly audiences at civic club meetings. Reminds me of the "lazy councilman analogy" cited in a previous LA Weekly story.
Thus, it is conceivable that Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone's lazy candidate strategy for being re elected, could be his last act of taking advantage of CD 14 constituents?
Your thoughts..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
** Candidate Forum Reminder:
Who: Glassell Park Improvement Association
When: 7:00PM tonight at the Glassell Park Senior Center, 3750 N. Verdugo Rd. Los Angeles, California 90065

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

What an idiot, he is against walking to voters and gets cursed out by a 12 year old.

January 20, 2011 10:48 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Another good media day for Huizar.

January 20, 2011 11:21 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Red Spot. WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY?

January 20, 2011 11:52 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:



Red Spot, your obsession with the new "Teflon Don" can be treated with any number of medications.

Or, you can meet someone new and fall in love.

That would be a win-win for all of us.

January 20, 2011 12:01 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Community leaders all over the Eastside are LAUGHING at all the fuss about constituent lists - most years outdated and the one that are not show now "enemies" and how the L.A. Times was suckered into making that a lead story.

Meanwhile a growing number are very angry at Rudy Martinez for using them in an attempt to embarrass Huizar - and in the case of the El Sereno list - releasing private contact information (unlisted cell and home phone numbers, and their work e-mails) to the whole world via the Internet. (HE, not the Times, release contact info).

There's talk of a group lawsuit over invasion of privacy issues.

Maybe by the time the faux election is over Nick Pacheco's firm will be ready to represent them.

January 20, 2011 12:07 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

REALLY??? Rudy is a certified idiot, like the last couple of days haven't been retarded enough now he has to play the bullied fat boy card. Get some therapy, talk to your mommy about it but stop trying to "make news out of it". THIS IS AN ELECTION, it will cost the city about $11 million to conduct this election, get your head out of ass and stick to what you know... Whatever that migh be. Better luck next time!

PS don't even bother showing up tonight, people are really looking forward to hearing you fuck up again.

January 20, 2011 12:09 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I'd say Rudy (and the mama he's still attached to by her apron strings), did the first "unfriending" - big time.

It's understandably embarrassing for a mother to have a kid that's this much of a screw-up, with criminal record, unbelievable -- and lame excuses -- for other crimes never prosecuted (impersonation an officer). But, this kind of mother-henning, just to foist him on an unsuspecting population as someone who can actually help run the city of L.A. goes way beyondany reasonable kind of "positive reinforcement" just to help keep a problem child on the road to respectability.

January 20, 2011 12:12 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

(apparently Rudy's latest "WMD" on the Huizar campaign was filled with "laughing gas" - probably not what he'd hoped for)

From HP "Patch":

In response to Martinez's statement, Huizar sent out an email to supporters stating that the lists were not " used to determine who received services, or had their potholes filled.”

So far, the lists seems to be evoking laughter, not outrage, in Northeast neighborhoods.

The widely read blog http://highlandpark.blogspot.com posted "On a scale of -5 to +5, HLP90042 always rocks a 'Huizar Score' of +10 in Community Power!!" on its Twitter feed.

Pat Griffith, of the Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council, who was listed as a '1' both in support and influence, quipped that she was "glad to be invited to the party."

"One so hates to be ignored," she said.

One neighborhood Highland Park Neighborhood Council member, who spoke not for attribution, said some members "howled with laughter" upon seeing the lists, especially when they noticed that Martinez himself had scored a 3 in both support and community influence.

January 20, 2011 12:20 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Poor Rudy, laughed at as a roly-poly youth and now laughed at by community leaders -- the ones he thought he was "courting" -- as an insignificant amateur. Most of the people Rudy's dissed by playing with these lists do more altruistic service to CD-14 in one week than he's done in his entire self-serving life.

OH, and before the children "snark" back and say "we'll see who's laughing in March" -- that already pre-determined. A lot of the same people, before they pick up their tools and petitions and get back to the work of making the Eastside a better place to live, aided by Huizar.

Buy Huizar won't be laughing at the loser that is "Deludy" Martinez. He has too much class for that (fortunately, I don't).

He'll just be wishing he could have all the wasted hours back he's spent trying to defend himself from B.S. "charges". . . charges, by the way, that will "DISAPPEAR" in 5-6 weeks never to be heard from again (like Alvin Parra's 'Huizar took too many vacation days' lies 4 years ago).


Because they're all creations of a scorched earth "win the campaign, even if you destroy years of district goodwill" mentality.

And the "red spots" of the world carry the flame-throwers with pride.

January 20, 2011 1:03 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I have one simple question for everyone bashing Rudy past, and present, but I want everyone to understand I am not supporting either candidate.

If Rudy and the current Jewish/Mexican Mayor Villar have very similar backgrounds why is it that Rudy is consider a no good for thing mother-foo, and the other hand the Jewish/Mexican Mayor is looked upon as the great brown hope for all Latinos who has screw inside out?

How can Parke and Meat on one hand tell the world that Mayor is a great role, and success story, and should be elected to every office possible with the same story as Rudy?

Actually Rudy is a greater success story than the Jewish/Mexican Mayor for the simple fact that he is a self made man the real American Dream.

So, blog-on dudes... I'm just asking???

January 20, 2011 1:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I just hope that Huizar is ready for thr bomb that will be droping on him, oh yea Huizar dont be supraise if the community start booing you.

January 20, 2011 2:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

1:32 p.m.
"I have one simple question for everyone bashing Rudy past..."

With the racist, ethnically slurred way you frame your question, you don't deserve an answer... (and don't have the intellect to understand it anyway).

"pearls before swine"

Pardon me if the reference isn't "kosher" enough for ya, loser.

January 20, 2011 2:43 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You got nerve, Red Spot, anyway - or maybe it's just the assurance that the Huizar-haters here won't call you constant contradictions and incongruencies (look it up)...

But, parroting the "Huizar is lazy, he won't walk the streets for votes" slam is about as transparent of you as Rudy's smokescreen attacks at Huizar to divert attention from his own lack of qualifications.

BECAUSE . . . the first time Huizar was seen out campaigning door-to-door, you and your 3 remaining mini-spots here would be HOWLING at the moon that he "SHOULD BE WORKING ON COUNCIL BUSINESS, NOT TRYING TO GET RE-ELECTED" (and it wouldn't matter if he was photgraphed doing it at 8 a.m. on a Sunday morning.

Jose HAS a job; one he'll keep and that keeps him busy 24/7 on behalf of his constituents.

Rudy is a bored tiny-business owner who isn't really needed at the eateries, and a house-flipper stuck in a lousy real estate market.

What else is he gonna do?

Besides, I don't think either you, Rudy Rich, or the hack reporter who asked the question has anything liker the track record of Huizar's 4-straight victories for City office in L.A. - the last one, a huge landslide, and the one before, a flatout walk-in-the-park against a dozen other opponents who accused him of everything but being a Islamic non-citizen.

Spin, spin, spin. You're as predictable as they get.

January 20, 2011 2:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

There's a whole list of answers, if you really want them.

For one, Villar owned up to his crimes (Rudy just last week was still playing, "um, um... I can't recall???" games with the Times). Most of Villars happened when he was very young... teens, maybe?

Rudy's "crimes" were recorded when he was closer to 30 - not that long agin, and some are still "cloudy" like the funny business with the stolen LAPD police badge much more recently.

Like him or not, by the time Villar returned to L.A. City to seek public office, he'd been in political life for longer than Martinez has been "crime-free."

Rudy was on "reality" TV 2 years ago teaching subcontractors how to slip unpermitted work past L.A. City inspectors, and how to hide the true value of renovations from buyers and sellers - to increase his own profits -- in full view of the cameras.

Maybe you see the "similarities" - I don't. But in this instance, Rudy isn't running against Tony V. anyway - he's running against a squeaky clean (ignore the laughs from the jealous illiterates who write here) well-educated, highly experienced Latino public servant.

There's more, but I have a feeling the question wasn't a "sincere" request for clarification.

(By the way, I'd vote for Huizar over Villaraigosa in a heartbeat, too).

January 20, 2011 3:34 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The Teflon Don? Huizar supporters are actually calling him "The Teflon Don"?

Wow.....Huizar now compared to John Gotti and BY HIS OWN SUPPORTERS!

Robert Rizzo
Richard Nixon
John Gotti

Who is next?

January 20, 2011 3:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Just once, could we get a match-up of candidates for Dist. 14 where it wasn't some foolish personal grudge issue where one hurt the other's feelings a decade ago, or they don't just belong to different sides of the rotating casts of feuding political factions on the Eastside?

I feel like I've been watching bad wrestling matches for the last 12-15 years, played out on the ballot. Or, it's a cable-ready version of "Family Feud" with the different characters sitting at the head of the table.

We're not served by any of this, and the decline in voter turnout here has a lot more to do with the level of slime and personal animosity than it does to whether people dislike the candidates or don't think they can do the job.

It's more like we feel we're walking into someone else's group psychotherapy session, and being asked to take sides.

January 20, 2011 3:48 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

3:36 p.m.

NAH, Huizar doesn't dress as well, and nobody's got any real "goods" on him.

Take Reed Sput's claims of Huizar malfeasance to the feds (or any authority), and they'd split a gut laughing at the silliness of it all.

January 20, 2011 3:50 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I suppose a teflon pan is squeaky clean after a good wash.

January 20, 2011 3:53 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You prove my point. Villar cheated on his wife at 50 years, wrote a letter for a drug kingpin to be pardon at 40 something, and for your lack of insight it your Mayor that has been on record about how he wishes he was Jewish. So, how am I being a racist???

All Villar supporter are dumb shits because his real friends 99.99% are nowhere to be found today accept your blinded ass.

January 20, 2011 4:01 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

More Rudy-isms that make you scratch your head...

(This time, re: use of CLARTS, he says to EGP Publications):

"The funds are open to use for anything, but I find it hard to believe in this day and age that you are using this money for salaries when people are losing their jobs..."

Let's review:

1) "open to use for anything"

(Okay, so what's the beef, again?)

2) "hard to believe ... that you are using this money for salaries ... when people are losing their jobs..."

(um, aren't salaries what you pay people, to KEEP them in their jobs?)

NEVER, since Antonio Villar has there been a need for 3x5 cue cards by a local politician. Does this guy even READ the whirling dervish press releases they put out under his name? If he does, does he understand them?

HACOPIAN, get right on that, will ya?

January 20, 2011 4:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Yeah, I knew you didn't really want an answer -- just a chance to spew more intolerant, redneck venom.

Is that "Dueling Banjos" I hear playing as you enter the room?

Sorry about the "pig" crack, I guess that's a little too close to attacking your love-life.

January 20, 2011 4:07 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Once again, ready, FIRE, aim, Rudy:

"Martinez could not, however, come up with a single example when asked to be specific about where a constituent or group had been harmed by their ranking on the list."

This has been the tag line in EVERY story on the lists... bar none!

It's like accusing someone of murder, but there are no dead bodies, no missing persons, no blood stains, NADA evidence, zip.

But you just keep telling the lie... "he probably murdered someone!"

Can't lying scumbag's like Hacopian be held accountable for this kind of malicious character assassination?

So far the worst thing Parque has lobbed at Rudy is that he needs to "come clean" about his criminal record ("record" meaning BASED IN FACT), and the unauthorized police badge - and no one disputes it didn't belong with Rudy. Plus he represented the PRO tobacco side of a ballot measure, WHICH HE DID.

The good thing is, pretty soon the reporters are going to see Hacopian and Rudy coming and suddenly "have to take a phone call" after being conned like this.

January 20, 2011 4:16 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Rudy better hope the CLARKS bars hold out, because he's making BIG promises about staff service::

“If I am elected, everyone will get my full attention, my staff’s full attention,” no matter who they are, he said.

WOW, start lining up right now. his 20-25 employees will handle ALL the needs of the nearly 300,000 constituents in CD14 (and, they won't have to be on overtime).

I think the "service" will go something like this: NOPE, sorry, can't help you, no money, but here's a 20 percent off certificate for sushi (avoid the eel+avocado). Okay, you've been 'served'... NEXT!"

I can't wait to see the "Rudoo-economics" that this will entail.

January 20, 2011 4:21 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

OOOH, ah, Now it's clear why Mayor Sam's loves Rudy Rich.

... He was a Republican until August 2010, whene he switched parties to run in heavily Democratic CD14.

Understood, all clear.

January 20, 2011 4:25 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You getting any good snippy responses from today's mix-up, "Turd"-jillo?

They're free to use, at will. But once this is all over I'm gonna want a serious private conversation about my rankings on the "discriminaton" lists with "Don Jose" - you know? I guess I should blame Rudy's Mom, but I'd never heard of her before this.

Hooooo, ha!

January 20, 2011 4:42 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


That's really all the ammo Parque and Trujillo need for CD14.

One simple mailer to the non-GOP voters of the district, the vast majority and usually the most easily energized, that there's a "wolf in sheep's clothing" trying to pass.

Yup, done deal! Union workers, limo-libs in the hillsides, blue collar democrats, heavily Dem Latinos.

Won't be pretty, Rudy. Order "light" refreshments for election night. You'll be back in the bar all alone HOURS before last call.

January 20, 2011 4:53 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Well, 4:16, the question should have been asked of Huizar not Martinez. Only Huizar (and his staff) know how that list was used.

I am on that list, with a negative score. I don't get my calls returned. How would Martinez know that? The real and only relevant question is: Are my calls unreturned because I have a negative rating? That's a question for Huizar.

January 20, 2011 4:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Rudy Rich's mom is a thief. Plain and simple.

Anyone ever watch him on the reality show--the way he schemed, cut corners and deceived people.

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

January 20, 2011 4:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

So Juanita Martinez worked for Pacheco, too?

Okay, well I owe you an apology, Jose. I thought you were wrong to clean house and start fresh - lose some of the forward-movement in the procees. Pacheco, and even Alatorre, had some good field people; I assumed you were being paranoid to steer clear of them.

But seems like it's just a recipe for a back-stabbing.

What is it Woody Allen used to say i his standup routine, 'Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not actually out to get you.'

January 20, 2011 5:00 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

4:21 has just given everybody the reason for the infamous lists. Huizar hasn't got the time to listen to every constituents problems. So, if you are not on the list, forget about representation or constituency services.

I'm going with Martinez if that's the case.

January 20, 2011 5:03 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Sure you've got the right phone number?

I'm not on the lists, and I get calls back whenever I raise an important issue.

Until recently, it was always better to call 3-1-1 and cut out the middle-man, however.

Or, maybe you should called Rudy Martinez's mom, unless she was too busy loading council files into her purse to bail our Rudy's non-presence in the District.

January 20, 2011 5:03 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar's people were asked if that was how the lists were used, and they've said repeatedly, NO!

Truth don't matter, come campaign time, however. Repeating the lies until it sticks in people's feeble minds attracts more misguided votes.

January 20, 2011 5:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

5:03 p.m.

Not that we'll ever know, but that'll be an interesting bar trick by Rudy.

DON'T have 3 offices.

DON'T use CLARTS funds to offset reduced staff funding and pay for some of teh actual increased staff costs of special projects that fund covers.

DON'T keep lists of influential stakeholders who can help move the needle for you.

DO know everyone by memory and "have time for everyone".

Yeah, yeah, yeah. Heard it all before. I've bought used cars a couple times.

Count your fingers after you shake his hand.

January 20, 2011 5:09 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Let me try the math...

25 employees (plus Rudy) - let's say 15 are in the field, and not related to Council business, basic admin. - (you know stealing files, etc), or policy/legislation... times 40 hours a week (60 minutes in an hour), approx. 50 weeks a year.

That's about 6 minutes of "full attention" per constituent.

Gee, I sure hope no one has anything more serious to ask than "how do I dispose of my old Christmas tree" - or else the lines are going to be backed up all the way to the Queen Mary.

TAKE A NUMBER! Now serving #412.

"Pssst, I've got #54,174, but I gotta go pee. You wanna trade?"

"Okay, here's 55,761. TAKE YOUR TIME!"

January 20, 2011 5:19 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I think I figured out how Rudy's going to take care of ALL constituents better and cheaper.


(gravely voice answers phone).

"HULLO, dis CD17 (um, sorry FOUR-TEENS). My name 'Tab' how I may help you? OH yes, I in Las Angles, I answer from El Cerrito field office. Palum trees look very niiiice this day, outsides. Your servicing needs please?

January 20, 2011 5:25 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Huizar going to the "cut throat" line?

The Huizzy Crack Up is underway.

January 20, 2011 5:25 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:



No reference? Wha???

January 20, 2011 5:28 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Huizar called Rudy a cut throat in todays EGP story.


Not a nice way to address a former friend.

January 20, 2011 5:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

5:25 p.m.

Most common future responses to constituent calls:

What operating system are you using?

Did you happen to buy the extended Councilmember warranty? (Would you like to?)

Or just the recording... "Your constituent calls are important to us. Please stay on the line and __ RUDY __ will join you on the line in approximately __ 400 minutes __.

January 20, 2011 5:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Red Spot, if your momma stole from me and you used the theft to trash my reputation, I'd call you a whole lot worse than "cut throat".

January 20, 2011 5:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Your like that TV commercial with teh people with slow phone downloads.

We been banging on the EGP story for HOURS!

January 20, 2011 5:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

5:25 p.m.

"Your question took 2 minutes to listen to - you have 4 minutes left for our answer.

"Please hold!"

January 20, 2011 5:39 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

5:19, you've convinced me you could be a math teacher.

But without twisting your words, I am just asking, you couldn't complain if Martinez posted a mailer with the heading: "If you live in CD 14 and have a problem for your Council Member, DON"T go to Jose Huizer, he doesn't have the time for you!"

Is that about right?

January 20, 2011 5:48 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I agree with Huizar, but fortunately for the incumbent, the throat Rudy's been cutting so far has been his own.

January 20, 2011 5:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

525 pm

"I watching Gaga Lady on M and TV right now!"

January 20, 2011 5:53 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


You had to read that far into the Eastern Group story to find one word to criticize Huizar about?

One tepid characterization of an opponent?

Wow, your boy Rudy's a no-show for the rest of this campaign.

January 20, 2011 5:56 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Something called "FishbowlLA" has broken the news on Rudy Rich's latest suicidal tactic.

This one is reminiscent of a little porch-by-porch ratf*cking tactic that backfired during the Tricky Nicky Pacheco vs. Villaraigosa race for council when someone planted anonymous low-grade xeroxes of defamatory news stories just with a "from a friend" -- not saying it came from the campaign office, and then denied they created it.

Rudy's people are snail-mailing people on the insidious lists copies of the charts they're on, and explaining that Huizar was grading them, but mostly a day late from when Huizar e-mailed them alredy.

But here's the $150,000 question...

Were the LISTS themselves supplied to the City's ETHICS commission as campaign fodder by Rudy and his people... as required by campaign regulations.

WHOOPS; they're NOT... just the COVER LETTER is.

Do we have a glaring CAMPAIGN VIOLATION by Rudy Rich, already?

Is he hiding from the ETHICS people, what he's REALLY shipping to the voters of CD14?

Yup, that's right. Where are the fines? Where are the ethics charges?

Time's up.

January 20, 2011 6:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Villar owned up to his crimes? I wonder if June from the Venice Room heard about this.

January 20, 2011 6:40 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Got the first mailer from Rudy today, real nice!

January 20, 2011 6:55 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

6:14 Huizar, through his then supporter, Alvin Parra, had kids distribute anonymous cheap xerox copies of anti-Pacheco propaganda onto local doorstops throughout the district.

Just the sort of thing "squeaky clean" Huizar would never do? Ha!

January 20, 2011 7:16 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Funny Huizar spiners are still in pr crisis mode attacking Rudy instead of trying to post what the hell Huizar has done all these years besides abuse taxpayer dollars. Put aside the "lists" scandal. These are the issues:
Huizar VOTED all motions in support of DWP and was the lone VOTE supporting Mayor on his veto.
Huizar VOTED to give DWP raise when everyone else was cutting and furloughing
Huizar lied to his constituents about Measure B the Solor Energy Bill that was Bullshit
Huizar put forth special event waivers to help his corporate friends on the Festiva Broadway which cost taxpayers over $100,00 for 4 years
Huizar lied to constituents about the trash fee hike
Huizar without community input named key spots in downtown LA after his jeweler friends the Deljiani Family who donated campiagn money to him
LA Legacy is a corrupt organization that is receiving 1,000's of dollars.
The gang program money from Huizar aren't even in CD14. THere's a school in Sherman Oaks that is receiving a lot of money
Huizar gave Janice Hahn $50,000 from the CLARTS FUND to build the Cheryl Green Youth CEnter. WHY?
Huizar promished his constituents years ago he would AUDIT all the non profits in CD14 which get $1 BILLION total. Why hasn't he done it???

January 21, 2011 5:45 AM  

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January 21, 2011 3:47 PM  

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