Or maybe in the words of "Parque Esqueleto", this is all part of the plan to ward off the challenge of Rudy Martinez?Very typical. Common SG&A tactics. As they did in the 43rd race they have learned to gin up "progressive" bloggers to fight opponents SG&A can't beat on the merits by tossing around the racist and homophobe cards. Trujillo and SG&A will be working to save the quite troubled Jose Huizar; they are scared to death of opponent Rudy Martinez. They can't call Martinez, a Mexican, anti-Latino. So perhaps he hates "teh gheys." Maybe, just maybe, Trujillo will exercise the nuclear option and call Martinez a pocho.
Some months later, with Trujillo exile to the bloggin wilderness, leave it to Councilman Huizar to open his "political nuclear suitcase" and launch the first "pocho strike" of the campaign.
More after the bloggin leap..........
Utilizing that $40,000+ Toyota Highlander Hybrid owned by the City of Los Angeles, Councilman Huizar paraded Los Angeles Times Op-Ed Scribe Jim Newton through the finer parts of CD 14. As Huizzy is prone to do, he takes credit and laments why constituents won't given him the proper due for all his arduous work. Been there, blog that.
Can Councilman Huizar speak Nahuatl?
But as the credit taking quickly ended, the "lamenting one" (Southwest Museum lament moment almost killed them both), morphed into the "recriminating one", attacking his former friend Rudy Martinez as a "pocho", inpuning his character and finally calling the person who help re-finance his Boyle Heights home as "inept".
Thus, as the campaign enters its last two weeks, the pocho card has been shown.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: "COUNCILMAN LAST SEEN AS JOSE HUIZAR", Jim Newton, Outtakes from CD 14, Parque Esquleto, Rudy Martinez