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Monday, February 07, 2011

Latest Updates on The Huizar Campaign Meltdown

City Maven has Mike Trujillo's "Nixonian movement." (By the way you can't comment on the City Maven story so feel free to borrow our real estate.)

The Maven also reports that following Mike Trujillo's Jules Winnfield moment (which preceeded the above referenced Nixonian movement), Jose Huizar's drop the hammer on Rudy Martinez press conference has been cancelled.  A video preview of what the presser would have been like is provided below for your amusement.

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

It's the PPL that cancelled the press conference.

February 07, 2011 10:34 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar just got smashed.

February 07, 2011 10:39 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The PPL guys are pissed.

February 07, 2011 11:01 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar was yelling and screaming in his office this morning according to his staffers. He is pissed at PPL for the pulling the plug on the press conference.

February 07, 2011 11:16 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Tempest, meat teapot.

Trujillo will be forgotten in a week (except here), and the mud will spew from both sides on avery other matter.

In the end, the race will go to the candidate who has shown the most dedication and service to the district.

And he won't be a recently relocated, rich Glendale Republican who in community forums STILL can't seem to get a grip on what's important to people here.


"The candidate, who has used his campaign to tout his record as a business owner and community booster, was at times pressed to be more specific about the issues facing Highland Park.

At one point, Martinez engaged in a halting back and forth with Al C. Strange, President of the Northeast Democratic Club, who refused to accept Martinez's talk of assisting business owners when he asked a question about the biggest problems facing the community in Highland Park.

'Not business, the community, what are the biggest problems facing the community?' Strange said.

In fact, Martinez's lack of specificity on Highland Park related issues led to a spat between neighborhood council members Andrei Anson and Chris Smith.

Anson complained that Smith, who moderated the meeting, did not press Martinez hard enough to provide the audience anything but generalities.

'I'm a moderator, not an interrogator,' Smith said. 'If he doesn't provide any specifics that's his failing as a candidate.'

YES, his FAILING as a candidate.

BUH-bye Rudy Rich, sooned to failed-candidate Glendale Republican.

February 07, 2011 11:25 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

According to Peter Repovich of the PPL the press conference was not cancelled because of the Trujillo issue. The real reason is the union and LAPD brass where briefed over the weeked about the FBI investigation of Huizar.

The federal grand jury is about indict Jose.

February 07, 2011 11:28 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Yeah, I really doubt that.

Cops of all people know the difference between an actual physical threat against someone, and some screwed up over-the-top campaign rhetoric that's being ginned up by an opportunistic losing candidate for a little emotional boost.

In police lingo the card Rudy's playing now comes under the heading of "filing a false report."

(Which of course, plays right into his track record of FALSIFYING things in his dealing with LAPD).

Leopard, spots, you know? Serves as a great reminder.

Yeah, and the common folk, while we may feel sorry for someone who's got their panties in a bunch over some slight, get tired REAL fast of someone trying to jerk emotional chains all the time.

We really do want our leaders to be on the front lines, not cowering in the back of police cars every time a motorcyle backfires 3 block away.

February 07, 2011 11:30 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

They are shredding documents in Huizar city hall office.

February 07, 2011 11:33 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


You're wrong, I have it on even better authority that the press conference was called off because the police know that Rudy Rich plans to confess to stealing hundreds of LAPD badges and selling them on the black market to make money to start his businesses.

(Just as believable as yours...!)

GET REAL, hillbillies, the presser was cancelled because TODAY, it would have been a BAD time to mix up the media messages rolling around.

This is called STRATEGY, placement, TIMING. Why waste your time trying to shout over a melee, when very soon, Sunday's news will die down, and you'll get a lot more traction from Rudy's impeding his own investigation.

Any press coverage generated about the badge, today, would start off with something like:

"Just one day after firing his campaign manager, Huizar's campaign (blah, blah, blah),"

...and just reinforce a story that will soon die otherwise.

SMART flaks and hacks, which Huizar has and Rudy doesn't, know when to WAIT, when circumstances demand it.

February 07, 2011 11:37 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:



February 07, 2011 11:37 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

11:25 is whistling in the dark. Sure, candidates have to put forth their policies and plans, but after reading Trujillo's letter, you should direct your ire at Huizar. It appears Huizar is not competing in a contest of ideas or saying what he will be doing for constituents like me (and you) but by issuing crazy threats via his campaign manager against his political opponent. Huizar doesn't deserve to be re-elected.

February 07, 2011 11:39 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

huizar will prevail. I do not know why you guys hate him so much. He has done alot for our community. I think this is just another Nick Pacheco hail mary.

There is no FBI inquiry into Jose. All lies.


February 07, 2011 11:41 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

NAH, I saw a picture of Huizar's indictment already.

It was Rudy's last mailer, showed Huizar being grilled by the FEDS, and they had forced that CRIMINAL Huizar to take OFF all his make-up and show his TRUE skin color, and the fact that he's really MUCH darker-skinned?

Right, Rudy's art directors? The darker the berry, the more connected or organized crime?

He's OBVIOUSLY a criminal, because his skin color is MUCH darker than on any official portraits, and he's been LYING to us about that, too.

Race-baiting by another Latino (rich Glendale Republican). Look up the slick yourself; it on Ethics site.

A new lower-than-low, low in CD14

February 07, 2011 11:42 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

11.30, what a disgusting, insensitive post. As if you wouldn't report a threat to the police! Why is it that only the arrogant, ignorant Huizar supporters find their way to Mayor Sam?

February 07, 2011 11:43 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Why is it that only the arrogant, ignorant Huizar supporters find their way to Mayor Sam?

Quite simply put, Maam, because Mayor Sam's (once the blogging home of Michael Trujillo), is the HOME of the arrogant and ignorant, on both sides of any race in CD14.

We feel much more at home here than at blogs where people are more then semi-literate.

And, thank you for your kindness!

February 07, 2011 11:57 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The police badge moment has gone. Any press conference on this subject we be coupled with Trujillo's email. By the way, the Trujillo email has legs. Soon another shoe to drop.

February 07, 2011 12:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Please, get a grip on your tearducts.

THIS is the blog that has for many weeks since Tucson, regularly talking about BOMBING Jose Huizar.

Accompanied by pictures of airplanes dropping EXPLOSIVE DEVICES.

Not just words of violence, but PICTURES (to help the illiterate here get the FULL meaning).

Leaving NO doubt.

And when commenters her pointed out how incredibly stupid, insensitive, and badly timed that was (if there's ever a good time to play word games about violence against leaders), this Blog LAUGHED it off and accused the very concerned commenters of be "cybertrolls" (I think was the word).

But no one ever really did report that threat. Because playing political games with police protection and crime reports is above some of us.

To condemn the use of "political" bullet and not condemn "BOMB" Huizar (here) is the ultimate in hypocrisy.

But you will play that game.

I guarantee it (if this response is even allowed to be posted).

Because you lack intellectual honesty. You're one of those people that when you lie to others, you can actually make yourself believe the lie, too.

February 07, 2011 12:04 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Janice Hahn is running for Congress. Will she be hiring Michael Trujillo?

February 07, 2011 12:09 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

11.57, kudos to you for admitting you are arrogant and ignorant.

February 07, 2011 12:28 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Yeah, and when the coaches at the Super Bowl yell things at their players right before the kickoff, they outline ALL the positive tallents of their team and stress each fundamental and prinicpal of the game plan all over again.

NAH, they say, "go get 'em" RRRRaaaahhh!

The other is for a different time, place even a different e-mail. It's purs hopefullness on your part if you're reading a two page "rally the troops" memo and thinking you've just been granted some deep link into what the other campaign is all about.

It doesn't mean they don't understand every single weakness on Rudy Rich's campaign, and every single strength in Huizar's record.

But "chearleading" is more about "Win, fight, stomp 'em" than about detailed rundowns of who's best at what.

Turd-jillo was waving his pom poms and got carried away. His message was obviously never intended to be "okay, here's a detailed reminder about ALL the talking points about why our guy is the better choice."

(I realize this will seem odd to Rudy-rooters, who have living since the day he declared off his redundant, detail-less bumper-sticker slogans backed by no substantive qualifications, goals, plans, or understanding of CD14 issues. You may ACTUALLY believe that's all there ever is to it.

Fot that, I pity your shallowness.

And, you probably do believe that Huizar's campaign managers and staff are not acutely aware of the "contest of ideas" - but, in fact, they ara (and more importantly, Huizar is) far more aware of it than anyone else involved. His detailed, fact-based responses at community meetings show that. Those are then followed by more Rudy-isms ("I'm gonna fix things, I'm a fixer, I love this community, I've created jobs (how many 8, 10?). Did I mention I can FIX things").

Because unlike the newly relocated Glendale Republican rich guy the Huizar campaign is running against, their incumbent 6-years-in the chair guy has been LIVING it daily since long before Rudy Rich was flashing badges he didn't earn around and ducking LAPD investigations).

February 07, 2011 12:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Yeah, and the Easter Bunny wants you to give his eggs back.


February 07, 2011 12:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Could Red Spot really afford to rent a B1 bomber - let alone have the ability to fly it? However, a gun...well, that's another matter.

I appreciate you boys trying to help Huizar, but wouldn't it be better to stay quiet until the Trujillo email blows over. Say around March 9!

February 07, 2011 12:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"What bombs will explode next in CD 14 City Council Race?"

RED SPOT, on Mayor Sam's - Jan. 18, 2011

Still posted, still unapologetic.

(A call to arms? A veiled threat? A promise of retribution? A target-painting practice-drill?)


February 07, 2011 12:35 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Important point for those hopeful Huizar-haters who make up the majority here...

The "political bullet" story apparently only made the L.A. Times blog, and not the newspaper itself.

Better stir up more venom with the Times people.

February 07, 2011 12:37 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

OH, and we know from experience that the only way people ever get BOMBED, even in America, if from airplanes.

Tell that to the widows and orphans of the OKC bombing, please.

That guy was a rabid right-winger, too, as I recall.

February 07, 2011 12:40 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Man's got to know his limitations. But I'm surrounded by molting birds of a feather, on all sides of the race, here at Mayor Sam's.

It's harsh, but not lonely.

February 07, 2011 12:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Kinda scary that you even know what kind of military aircraft that is in Red Spot's "Bomb Huizar" art. I sure don't.

Do you by any chance have a lot of military paraphenalia around, that you like to HOLD and PLAY with in the mirror, do you by any chance where a lot of Khaki clothes areound tonw, and keep a locker full of guns in your basement, maybe?

And sleep with a large commando knife under your pillow?

Now I'm even more concerned.

February 07, 2011 12:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I think Red Spot's employer may be calling him up to the office again, to meet some "visitors" in suits?

February 07, 2011 12:47 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Commander in chief of the District 14 volunteer militia forces.

February 07, 2011 12:53 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12.40, I realize that the Oklahoma bombing was a tragedy and not caused by bombs dropping from the sky. And it was diabolical and outrageous.

But, and correct me if I am wrong, Red Spot wrote "What bombs will explode in CD14 next," a totally different context to the specificity of Trujillo's repugnant email.

If you can't see the difference, what can I say!

February 07, 2011 12:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It would make things less complicated for Huizar if he would talk about what he did that was good for the people in the city and in the district. Voting in the 99.9% unanimous Council votes is no sign of leadership or even knowledge of what he's voting for.

It would be a short talk, but less complicated.

He would have time left over to tell us how he spends taxpayer money for his own priorities that include keeping special interests getting benefits that cost the rest of the taxpayers.

One example of that practice of using other people's (taxpayers)money instead of his own money was the travel expenses for the Princeton reunion that he charged $3,000 to the city, then quickly reimbursed the city when the KNBC reporter told him it was to be part of a story to be aired on the way council members spend money.
When would he have paid that back if it was not brought up?

All this from a guy with a base salary of $15,000 per month, who doesn't have to pay for driving expenses or gas since the city pays ALL that for him.

But with the coziness of his perks and salary, he should be working for constituents regularly. Instead, Villaraigosa's personally approved replacement in CD-14 keeps the mayor's support in mind for all he does, but does not publicly mention the status of the Villaraigosa influence.

Huizar may not be lazy but little is done for constituents in comparison to the hard work in doing other favors he prefers to do for bigger interests and friends.

It's all part of being a true career politician.

February 07, 2011 12:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar is notorious for pulling strings at the LAPD. Just ask the folks at Central Division.

The idea that he'd focus on this badge issue with Rudy is almost laughable.

I think if I was a paid political advisor, I'd say " Jose...don't go there..."

That's how you earn your money...keep the client out of trouble.

But then again, we are talking about Councilman Alatorre...Oh I mean Villaraigosa....wait it's Huizar now..

February 07, 2011 1:04 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12.46, I read newspapers and books. I read about the disgraceful use of agent orange. I read the newspapers to see how much our government is wasting on armaments. That's how I have heard of the B1 bomber.

By the way, do you have the capacity to intelligently post here, especially about bombs and violence? It seems your only source of information is Mayor Sam and ....what, the cartoons in the local rag.

February 07, 2011 1:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Ha! Backfiring campaign tactics, part II?

Rudy's getting exposure and TV time - on KABC, as well. But it's not really positive for him.

The story spends NEARLY as much space talking about the issue of the misappropriated police badge than about the e-mail's "threat." At about 350 words, 150 details the "badge of dishonor" inquiry.

MANY, many more people now know about his keeping the badge and impeding investigation, than ever before.

(Maybe Turd-jillo gave the Huizar campaign a parting gift after all?)

While most rational people will dismiss the idea of a "political bullet" as being scary as overkill rhetoric, the "Rudy ducked LAPD investigation only 5 years ago), will sink much, much deeper and resonate until election day.

More so tha from any press conference (that may still happen).

February 07, 2011 1:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Who will Rudy have on his staff?

Clean house right?

February 07, 2011 1:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Higby won't ever ground Rid Sput's bomber.

He loses one more writer here, he'd have to go back to work on the blog, or shut it down again.

February 07, 2011 1:07 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


It's pretty obvious you're already way past listening to anything Huizar or any of his campaign people might have to say about his actual, estensive work on behalf of CD14.

Why would anyone bother to try and tell you anything through your dense curtain of hate? Especially when in the same amount of time, they can probably have far less angry and antagonistic discusses with 10-20 people with ears to hear and open minds.

(Just like I don't think Animal Services should spend a whole lot of time trying to reason with a barking dog that's already bit the last 5 handlers and sent them to the hospital).

Lost causes deserve to be ignored.

February 07, 2011 1:27 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I'm sure Huizar's round file awaits your resume for the current job opening.

(Don't sit by the phone though, huh?)

February 07, 2011 1:28 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12.46, I'll tell you what's scary - YOU.

Because somebody has heard of the B1 bomber, your (very active) mind goes into overdrive, so much so you end up scaring yourself.

According to you, anybody walking our of a bank with money in their hand must have robbed it!

There can be no other reason that somebody knows what a B1 bomber is other than being a right wing nut and a collector of military paraphernalia! Yes, you are indeed scary...and not so bright.

February 07, 2011 1:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Shredding documents...... sounds like something that happened at El Pueblo.

February 07, 2011 1:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Rudy Rich, in the PATCH snippets video tells HP constituents, he will not wait until he's running for re-election to start doing the things he's (very vaguely) promising(?).

FINALLY, someone gets the reality of this, and it comes from the grave-robbing Glendale Republican's own lips.

It's a basic fact of political life that you can't run for RE-election when you'll never be ELECTED in the first place.

B-I-N-G-O, Mr. Martinez.


Thanks for playing the Victor Griego Carpetbagging Loser Game - Home (in Glendale) Edition.

February 07, 2011 1:35 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


You are right!

What is worse, is that all those unanimous votes are being cast by a "machine".....

No literally, I mean a machine.

Huizar is usually not even in his chair....
Most of the time he is not even in the room during Council Meetings.

He does not respect due process.
He does not respect constituents.

He does not earn his money. Period.

February 07, 2011 1:40 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I have just asked some of my contacts at Central Division - and at Hollebeck and Northeast, and they say you're lying about Huizar.

Since we're both posting anonymously, I guess we have a standoff there, don't we?

Unless you want to reveal who you really are, and who all your disgruntled cop "informants" are?

I double-RedSpot dare you!

February 07, 2011 1:42 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Just a short time before her shooting, Gabriel Giffords gave a TV interview in which she warned of the "consequences" of the map showing a crosshair placed over her district by Sarah Palin.

What would Parke Skelton say if a Palin political consultant in response to Giffords said this: "Obviously she is trying to make this story as big as she possibly can."

This is what the Times wrote this morning, "Meanwhile, Skelton said Martinez faces no danger from the former Huizar aide. "Obviously he is trying to make this story as big as he possibly can."

Mr. Skelton, I don't think Ms. Giffords was worried that Sarah Palin was going to shoot her. Do you? It's the environment that people like Sarah Palin and Michael Trujillo create with unacceptable campaign tactics.

If you don't see that Mr. Skelton, maybe it's time you got into a different line of business!

February 07, 2011 1:58 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

THERE it is AGAIN, the TAG that Rudy Rich wishes would go away - but won't.

His going thermonuclear on Turd-jillo's e-mail is KEEPING his police badge/impede investigation story ALIVE, alive, alive:

"Trujillo had spent much of the weekend publicizing Monday's planned news conference, which was called to discuss a 2005 police investigation into Martinez's unauthorized possession of a police badge. That badge had been issued to David Kubly, an officer killed in the line of duty in 1979.

"Martinez, who resigned as a reserve police officer after being confronted by investigators, said he received the badge from the LAPD so that he could create fundraising miniatures. Grasso said that explanation did not hold up. "We would never just allow somebody to loan their badge out to get trinkets made," she said.

Again, LAPD says BIG and BOLD...

Rudy LIES!

OH MAN, does the Glendale Republican WISH he hadn't done that. Now the grave-robbing of a police hero will STICK to him for weeks.

And no one had to hold a presser to KEEP it out there.

February 07, 2011 2:11 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It is truly unfortunate that the campaign has taken a turn for the worst. Huizar's consultants (Skelton, Barkan, Trujillo, and until recently Hacopian was there, too.) have a history of being ruthless and don't care who gets hurt along the way to victory....they have a "win at all cost" mentality.

But the recipients of the email don't. In the past I have spoken with Jessica, Tara, Dan, Liberty, Edel, Ulisses, Paul, David and Wendy and they all seem like very considerate people.

I am sure within minutes of receiving the email one of them called Jose and/or Parke to complain about the vile tone/verbage. Jose and Parke sat on this email until they got confronted by the press and only then they fired Mike.

That shows their character and the campaign will only get uglier from the Huizar campaign. "A win is a win" will run through their heads justifying the rampage of their campaign tactics.

From here to election day the Huizar mailers are going to be brutal because they need to stop the bleeding. Sad days for CD14. :(

From Dan posting at the LA Times.

February 07, 2011 2:11 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


The difference is, a lot of Red Spot's (and Rudy's) fans can't really "read" all that well.

They just like to look at da' PITCHERS!

February 07, 2011 2:13 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


And, Mr. Skelton, when you leave the biz, please take RED SPOT with you.

He's trying OH so hard to be like you, but -- you know -- for someone else, and he's just making a huge mess of the blogosphere with his obvious "threats" on Mr. Huizar.

February 07, 2011 2:19 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Wait, I partied too hard last night and woke up late? What happened to the "bullet to the head" press conference that was going to destroy the Martinez campaign? Was someone wearing a bullet-proof rubber vest and the bullets bounced off him and ricocheted back into to Huizar campaign. Anyway, at least I got a "political bullet to the head" story today, anyway.

February 07, 2011 2:21 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


So I would take it that you are opposed to absentee voting for the rest of us, as well - because the people who cast those votes don't actually go into the polling place - they use "machines" (e.g., the one that sorts the mail at the P.O.), to send their votes in in advance.

That's really the same thing. Council votes are almost always also on issues that have already had their public hearing in committee.

And many of the issues that CMs don't agree on just never get there -- to a Tues/Wed. session - because why bother to bring something through the process if you know the votes aren't with you.

When you "tally" the apparent "machine" unanimity of the City Council, do you ever factor in all those split votes that are just never cast in session? Do you take into consideration all the time these CMs have spent compromising with each other in committees, etc., to arrive at what they're voting on the final day? To finally arrive at something they all CAN agree on.

You should; you must, in order to fairly assess the reality of Council positions and voting.

The "due process" and the "listening to constituents" goes on for months, often, before the action item gets to council -- in committees, in community meetings, via e-mail, among their policy depitues, and on-and-on. And all along the way MANY, many more constituents weigh in that would ever appear in one day on the Council floor.

But, you feel, that because the CM has decided how to vote before the 8 angry ranters at that day's Council meeting get a chance to scream at him, that means he's not listening to "constituents"?

How silly. How comic. How limited in understanding of the processes.

(But then, you sound to me like one of the 5-6 really angry public commenters who rant for 10-15 each every day Council is in session. And, when they're done, it's just all so painfully obvious that they're not really angry at Councilmembers for voting together, they're angry because they feel no one "listened" to them (and by "LISTEN TO ME" what they really mean is - change the votes you've worked so hard for months to gather, because on this ONE day, a rnater thinks they have a MUCH better idea than everyone who's weighed in and worked and compromised before).

The real, palpable arrogance is in the anger of the out-lof-touch ranters, and only in them.

February 07, 2011 2:34 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"Jose and Parke sat on this email until they got confronted by the press and only then they fired Mike."

Yeah, this idiot trial ballon was tried out yesterday -- and got POPPED immediately.

You really should read the unbiased media reports on that.

Your timeline just can't work.

OH, and by the way, Oswald wasn't at the movie theater in Dallas when Kennedy was shot, either.

February 07, 2011 2:37 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

1:05 p.m.

Since I'm posting anonymously, you really don't have any idea what I've posted, when or about what do you.

But, you know what happens when we ASS-UME things, right?

February 07, 2011 2:38 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The media's regurgitation of what the MEAT e-mail was originally in reference to is very, very helpful to Huizar's end-goal.

ALL the benefit of a presser, without actually having to leave the office.

Makes sense that TURD-jillo's best contributions to exposing Rudy Rich's dishonesty and lack of character would be accidental!

But, I'll TAKE IT!

(Cash him out, Jose.)

February 07, 2011 2:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Don't worry... I have a much better job, and it doesn't require me to commit felonies.

My only goal for CD14 is to see a clean honest Council Representation that works for the constituents.

There is NOBODY in that office that is worth more than $85,000 a year.

A couple of you couldn't cut it in retail!

February 07, 2011 2:45 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

SO, here's apparently the rule for getting away with promoting "violence" against public figures, on the Mayor Sam's blog.

Make sure the weapons condoned and demonstrated are REALLY, really big!

February 07, 2011 2:50 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


They are not cop informants. They are dirty cops that have been doing "things" for Huizar....

Look on the list...they probably show as +3's.

Where is the central list by the way?

February 07, 2011 2:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Raises an interesting point.

All of Huizar's mailers I've received so far have been "pro-Huizar" - here's what I've done, and here's why you should re-elect me.

Most of the Rudy M. mailers have been ANTI-Huizar, he's crooked, he discrimates against some of his constituents, he this, he that - but with a little bit of "I'm a good person - I've created jobs" thrown in about Rudy, too.

Where did the NASTY mudslinging really begin, in terms of our mailboxes?

Pretty obvious.

There's really no other way for someone like Martinez to get traction against a popular incumbent -- especially when he has no record of service to the Eastside, even as a volunteer - than to smash, burn, and make stuff up.

February 07, 2011 2:56 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

2:11 pm

Here is my take on the badge story. Martinez does not want to "roll over" on the person who got him the badge. I wouldn't throw anyone under the bus if I was already being punished by the LAPD. Why create more casualties???

BTW, telling me that a political candidate lies doesn't say much considering, all politicians lie, especially your favorite Huizar.

The LAPD is pissed because they can't get the officer who stupidly got Martinez the badge, so they call him uncooperative. Of course he is going to be uncooperative/impede if it means another person is going to go down in flames.

Common senses tells me that Martinez was willing to be the ONLY fall guy for his possession of the badge.

Thank God he is not a typical "brown crab" and decided not pull anyone else down into his dark hole of being removed from the LAPD.

Just my take.

Oh ya, remind me never to get in a bind with you cuz you'd be the first to save your own skin if it just meant throwing someone else under the bus.

February 07, 2011 2:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I saw that Huizar was being investigated for some sort of fake Union "Consulting" contract.

Does anyone have the 411?

February 07, 2011 2:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

(And you DIDN'T hear this from his old bud' Mayor Sam first, either... but):

More woes for MEAT:


He's canned from Vladovic's school board race, as well -- for the same reason!


When it rains it poops, Turd-jillo.

February 07, 2011 2:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

And... Jon Regardie (and others Blackberry-less in the 21st century), get stood up at the presser.


February 07, 2011 3:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


OH that's funny ...MR Huizar....

that's like calling a hooker MA'AM.

February 07, 2011 3:08 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Tell that to all those citizens that have taken the day off to address their Council representative.

They end up talking to an empty seat because your arrogant Councilman doesn't care to hear what they have to say..

Not only that....did you ever think that your representatives owe it to the public to have OPEN transparent discussions on record in front of the cameras??

I think you are the one that does not understand the democratic process.


You know, come to think of it...THANK YOU FOR YOUR POST....let's pass that around.

February 07, 2011 3:16 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I'll throw a thought in on that, too.

The guy who gave Rudy the badge that both knew he shouldn't have was David Kalish - left LAPD under a cloud as well (long story, posted here earlier).

He was and is Rudy's buddy, mentor, etc, and he was investigated in the 1970s for reporting that police badges were "missing" when they really weren't.

Sound familiar?

(Evidence was "insufficient" to prosecute, which also means 'can't find the missing ones'.)

Kalish was already several years (forced-out) retired from LAPD when Rudy was caught badged-up, and bolted. But Kalish didn't want to lose his pension, too. So Rudy takes a powder, keeps quiet, and earns a future "favor" in return.

Then, (flash forward to the future), last week, Kalish resurfaces and agrees to a GLOWING video of recommendation for Rudy -- in which Kalish is simply identified as a "former LAPD Deputy Chief" (with no mention of why "former") - and Rudy has something to post on his site that makes him "look" pro-cop to we unknowing laypeople. Ironically, it features the cop least likely to be invited back for a station visit anywhere in the City, anytime in the 21st century.

Quid pros and quid amateurs washing each other's backs.

What a sight.

February 07, 2011 3:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"We don't need no stinkin' badges"

Y'all just LOVE those half-century old stereotypical images, like the "bandidos" clip.

In your free time, do you also watch Amos and Andy in blackface?

February 07, 2011 3:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You know the situation is a lot less than normal when guys in slacks and ties show up at 1:30pm in the afternoon at the home of a major donor/player in CD14 politics who backs Huizar. It wasn't a house call. It was to "discuss business". That's kinda like drinking booze before 9:00am. And like THAT's never happened in Huizar's office.....

February 07, 2011 3:28 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


PLEASE do. People with less hate, more reason, and greater intelligence (most others), will see the logic that your poisonous personality is incapable of accepting.

You'll defeat your own purpose.

February 07, 2011 3:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Yeah, what about that statement from Skelton? Shouldn't Huizar get rid of his ass?

February 07, 2011 3:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Yeah, well if I'd worked with my councilmember for weeks, month, years, and then he CHANGED a vote he promised me because one angry ranter got all hot an bothered on the day it was up for final vote, I'd want him recalled.

THAT would be extremely poor representation. I'd vote out a councilmember who opted for playing to the cameras to look good on TV rather than really listening to all AND thinking through what a council action means.

If I wanted that kind of demagogury, I'd move to prima donna, play-for-the-cameras Tom Labonge's district.

Thank goodness we have so much better ledership in CD14. Willing to take the heat from the angry hateful few, in order to better serve the more rational majority.

February 07, 2011 3:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Unlike the negative impact of Amos and Andy on the African American community, the "...stinking badges" scene in this film has been adopted by Chicanos as a source of pride. Valdez even made a play out of this quote, "We don't need no stinkin' badges" - ironically about a Chicano Ivy Leaguer who has lost hs way.

Although far from the mind of the director, this line really states the position of Latino whether it be immigration -we don't need no stinkin green card; education - we don't need no stinkin degress; life - we don't need no stinkin drivers licenses.

Even politics - "we don't need no stinkin vendidos!"

February 07, 2011 3:47 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


So if you know who gave him the badge then there are no mysteries to the badge ordeal for you.

Still, wouldn't want to be in a bind with you.

Creative writing on the quid pro quo considering it was 2005 when he had resign from the LAPD reserve work and we are now in 2011.

Keep up the creative writing.

February 07, 2011 3:47 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Several good things have come from this spirited debate.

1. A lot of the criminal activity in CD14 would not have been picked up by the media if not for the large number of posts here. (Thank You staffers).

2. This blog, and others, have demonstrated that they can function as an effective check and balance to runaway governmental abuse. Make no mistake, these blogs are monitored by people that can affect change.

3. Crooked politicians will look back to what happened to Huizar in 2011 and maybe they will think twice before ripping off the public.

4. The people have shown that when the system is transparent, they are capable of monitoring their elected officials. We need to recognize that there is no such thing as too much transparency.

5. If anybody argues that they can't function without a "discretionary " account..now we know to throw them out.

6. Many of us have been exposed to the professional spin machine for the first time. I'm not sure the actual candidates have even gotten 1/10 the air time. Let's find away to get them out of the process.

7. Hopefully, this blog will give the people of CD7 and CD6 the encouragement that they need to get rid of two more sleazy council members.

Who needs to go to Cairo, the revolution is taking place right here.

February 07, 2011 3:50 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Now the Huizar people are bringing out the gay smears by mentioning Kalish.

February 07, 2011 3:56 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


David Kalish was gay?

No one supporting Huizar posted that here?

But YOU did!

And you support Rudy Rich.

SOOOOO, who's bringing up the "gay" thing?

YOU ARE! RUDY's camp is.

(What amateurs!)

February 07, 2011 4:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

3:56 p.m.

Kalish's depature from LAPD was related to charges that he MOLESTED minors, brought by several men who were his victims.

It had nothing to do with his being "gay" any more than Roman Polanski fled the country because he was "straight."

Don't mix the issues. That's criminal in itself. By doing so you imply that all gays are child molesters.

Shame on you!

Child molesters and sexual predators of the underaged come in all sexual orientations.

February 07, 2011 4:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

What happened to the Green Tech Corridor? All those jobs? Why was the CRA project manager so pissed when she left?

She said that the Italian rail car company that was supposed to build a factory in CD14 " would probably never do business in Los Angeles again.... or the US for that matter..."

Is this a Huizar success story?

Because on the other side of downtown I see LA Live and thousands of new jobs.. I'm just wondering if you've got anything like that to show the voters.

February 07, 2011 4:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

3:47 Yeah, sorry. Spin, spin, spin.

I really don't think most Latinos are that fond of being thought of as sombrero wearing, thieving, violent people.

If that was true, the "Frito bandito" (for one) would probably still be among us, right?

But nice of you to channel the whole ethnic group for us.

And, I believe, incumbent councilmember Huizar, who has overwhelmingly carried the Hispanic vote in CD14 and the partially overlapping school board district in all four local races, has three very well-deserved "degress" (sic).

Looks like you're wrong by all counts.

February 07, 2011 4:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar allows extreme negative blogging by his camp?

This is nooooo goood.

February 07, 2011 4:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Okay, I'll save everyone some space:


Yes, but he was going to be prosecuted with tons of evidence against him, but the Supreme court struck down a law that negated a statue of limitations-busting state law.

And, to this day, child molesters (including many ex-priests) hide behind that Supreme Court ruling.

Because many, many victims of child abuse don't have the courage or counsel that would help they confront their molesters until much later in life as adults. Until then, tehy live with the shame of thinking it may have been their fault in some way.

A nasty Catch 22 that many perverse animals hide behind, and then get to enjoy freedom and pretend they were "vindicated" when they really just outran justice, chronologically.

And then, some keep being presented as "I was once a great person" (e.g., a police chief?)

February 07, 2011 4:24 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Absolute Bullshit.

The taxpayers are conned out of millions of dollars every week under your "transparent" due process.

I've watched it for years.

So tell your Councilman to sit in his freaking seat, and act like he cares for the duration of the council meeting.

If it too much for him maybe he can get a job as a lobbyist... they spend all their time making backroom deals...he is very well qualified.

Again..... THANK YOU for making it so clear how your Councilman views his relationship to the peons of CD14.

February 07, 2011 4:25 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Rudy calls the cops.

Rudy calls the FBI.

Rudy calls the media to report that he's called the FBI and the LAPD.

I'm beginning to sense a real pattern here.

February 07, 2011 4:35 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I can't believe that after all that time in that sleazy Council Office that Rudy's mother hasn't got something bigger than the list!

I'm gonna stock up on my microwave popcorn because I have a feeling the next few weeks are going to be entertaining...

February 07, 2011 4:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Wow, check your blood pressure.

And, I'm assuming he's your "councilmember" too, by your intense hatred and animosity.

Sorry, but there's absolutely no way on God's green earth he won't be for another four years, too. So, get some counseling for the anger management.

I'm sorry you need someone to validate your existence by pretending to hear you and care. But I'd suggest you make a friend somewhere, instead.

That's not really the job of $180,000a year civid leaders - to listen to the near-mentally ill drone on about what they WANT and NEED, like broken records 3 days a week, just because they can mount a bus!

More times than not the "public comment" period isn't even required for some of these items, because it's been heard in one or mroe public forums already. It's a courtesy that's abused daily.

February 07, 2011 4:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

For Huizar staff:

Visit PennySaverUSA.com to browse numerous job classifieds in Boyle Heights, CA ... SECURITY JOBS. $13-18/Hr. Training & job placement assistance.

February 07, 2011 4:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Instead of constant bellyaching about how your councilmember doesn't "listen" when you scream at him, I'm wondering if any of the haters here (before they lost them minds from toxic backup), have ever actually tried speaking directly to him - in this case Huizar.

He has, like Pacheco before him, scheduled constituent hours every month, at all three of his field offices -- so people don't have to wage war with downtown traffic.

I have, I went with a group from from the block I livee on about a very local problem. And I know several others who did at other times. I'm no one special, not on any "lists" and I know the blowback will be "he did nothing" - from those who still feel angry and block up with hate.

But they're too far past reason to work with.

I'd bet a bunch of anonymous dollars that most of the haters here have never even tried that - instead they lurk in the back of public meetings heckling and muttering under their breath.

Then post outreageous accusations of malfeasance here, with no backup facts.

Take what the post with 10 grains of salt. Try something different for yourself, however, once Huizar is re-elected in March.

February 07, 2011 4:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

4:41 save your kernels.

Rudy Rich is now begging Huizar for an "issued" based campaign.

We all know what that's shorthand for. When the guy who picked the fight in the first place starts screaming for a truce -- he's out of mud to sling (and knows the other guys got truckloads).

Rudy's gone negative since day #1. His mailers are more "anti" than "pro" him - by FAR.

February 07, 2011 5:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

All of this negativity stared with Huizar himself, He set the tone for his campaing. Mike is just taking the heat for a sleazy guy who does not deserve his loyalty.

February 07, 2011 5:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Oh, geez, you really posted that?

The Rudy shock troops are going to die of exhaustion telling you all the times they called CD14 offices and SCREAMED at the staff - and oddly enough, didn't get what they were after.

I think related to the "machine" voting, field staff are expected to also be machines - and just take all the abuse, regardless.

February 07, 2011 5:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


The City Council does everything in its power to make sure that the public's input is swatted away like a gnat.

Why would you want those pesky people in YOUR business.

Millions of dollars are funneled out of the City to non-profits and fake cultural grantsevery month.

Your Councilman illegally transferred millions of dollars of CLARTS money right in front of public at several of these Council Meetings. Wouldn't it have been nice if somebody was there the question him.

No I guess your right why would you want that....

Just look at all of those items that keep getting pulled off the agenda because somebody pulled a speaker card.

I've seen Huizar like a deer in the headlights when he thinks somebody is going pull his business out into a public forum..

How frustrating when people SHOW UP!

If things look they are going to get too hairy you just overbook a PR event and conveniently miss the meeting..

That guy could not operate in an open and honest forum..

February 07, 2011 5:18 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


You know, that seems like a voice o reason crying out there, and I'm sure you meant well.

But having read this blog for awhile and knowing this is deepad intense election season in Huizar's district, I can pretty much guarantee you your good dead will not go unpunished, and if there was a way to wear the blogging equivalent of a hard hat of even a suit of armor, I'd suggest you don them.

You will most likely be B-52 carpet bombed by angry Martinez posters all night long.

Not that there's actually that many of them here, but the few do seem to have lots of war stories about how they feel mistreated and unloved by their current representative.

February 07, 2011 5:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I think you have lost sight of something. Huizar is not a sovereign King. He is a member of the Los Angeles City Council. That means he has an OBLIGATION to sit as part of this body and participate in the public process.

I really can't believe you arrogant staff members would sit hear and argue that Huizar has NO responsibility to act as a member of the Council. His job is to show the public that the Council is acting in good faith.

Being able to schedule a meeting with him to get what you want, is not the same thing....

Parke..you better stop them..they are sinking your ship!

On second thought, just keep talking..

February 07, 2011 5:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

4:51 p.m.

As a courtesy, I forwarded that to MEAT.

I'm pretty sure he's the only one recently associated with Huizar's camp that'll need different employement between now, and at least June 30, 2015 (maybe 2019?)

And I just can't see Parke Skelton walkin' a night security beat. He looks pretty sleepy most of the time already.

February 07, 2011 5:34 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

More voters in District 14 care about Christina muffing the national anthem than any of this posturing.

Going on every four, sometimes two, years for more than a decade, we've become pretty immune and just watch the staffs of each in their comic opera roles. Then next time they do it again, each wearing the opposite players' masks.

February 07, 2011 5:40 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


You seem to have very low expectations from our democratic process.

Some of us expect more.

Huizar and his staff are operating with a 20th century game plan.

It's 2011 and they can't hide anymore.

February 07, 2011 5:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why do Huizar supporters constantly profile Martinez supporters blogging here and - constantly get it wrong.

Speaking for myself, I do not hate Jose Huizar nor do I want him to continue as my representative on the city council.

It seems simple enough but in the eyes of the Huizar supporters blogging here because I hold this view I must be a far right conservative (not true), a collector of military paraphernalia (not true), a racist (not true) or a "hater" (again, not true).

I have spoken to CM Huizar on several occasions, as you suggested, 4:59, but I found him (or his staff) to be very lax in any follow up and follow through.

So, I have chosen to vote for Rudy Martinez. I wish there were other candidates, quite frankly. But of the two, I prefer Mr. Martinez. If that's OK with you?

February 07, 2011 5:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

mike now working for Hahn for Congress!

February 07, 2011 5:54 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

No love for Rudy, but the truth is his campaign team is running circles around Huizar's. It's almost a clinic.

February 07, 2011 5:55 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


That's talk all over city hall today. They are crushing the better funded campaign with all the endorsmenents in the world.

February 07, 2011 6:09 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar deserves to lose at this point. Damn it there has to be penalty for being this stupid.

February 07, 2011 6:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Not very smart, not smart all. Last thing Jose needed at this point.

Just wait until the third list story comes out.

February 07, 2011 6:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Unfortunately, I think you are correct. The very low voter turnout in CD14 is evidence of severe voter apathy.

That is why the area has been prime for political opportunists for so long...

CD6 and CD7 are not far behind, but CD14 is by far the worst Council District.

It's time to retire every person that has an Alatorre on speed-dial.

February 07, 2011 6:31 PM  

Anonymous JRA said:

What Trujillo did wasn't smart given the climate post-Tuscon, but Martinez calling the LAPD is even worse. "Political bullet" is qualified..."political" not "actual." Dumb, yes. Crimminal, of course not. There isn't one of us who in the heat of a campaign didn't say, or write in a memo, something stupid. That said, Martinez would be well advised to make hay of the issue, but this crimminalization of politics has got to stop.

Does anyone realy think Trujillo, or Huizar's campaign were threatening to do physical harm to Martinz? Does Martinez even think that? Of course he doesn't. The only reason to call LAPD is to get on TV and say you called LAPD. (Of course soomeone who knew how to advise campaigns would have had someone else make the call and not have the candidate comment on the "ongoing crimminal investigation" instead of making it painfully obvious that your candidate is seeking to use the LAPD'd crimminal complaint process for political gain.)

This is a great sideshow but ultimately a big distraction for the red-headed-stepchild that is cd14 politics.

February 07, 2011 6:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

For the record, the "anonymous member of Team Huizar" who leaked the email is Edel Vizcarra. He now works for Supervisor Antonovich and was included accidentally. Another ex-staffer taking shots at his former boss.

February 07, 2011 6:40 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Maybe Rudy Rich's people would have a slightly better chance at even approaching half the votes 3+ weeks from now if they'd concentrate more on giving the people in the district something to vote FOR versus just "running circles around the other camp" - which of course is the characterization here for who's winning the mudslinging contest. And that tactic simply makes everyone else want to stay home and not vote at all.

Because that's where we are now.

Most people's experiences with Huizar and staff haven't been negative, and even those who had no direct contact don't believe the district is falling apart or have no reason to believe the handful that say it is.

If the majority of Rudy's communications with CD14 people is that "he's bad" for you, and they know otherwise, his message is lost.

But to give some quantifiable proof that it's lost -- months after the start, he's still at ground zero in all the ways he's trying to upgrade his profile.

Rudy's working very hard to have a "YouTube" 21st century (if that's really that "new") campaign, releasing testimony videos, etc. just about every other day of so.

The problem with YouTube is everyone can also see how (un)popular they are. (See for yourself; seach for his campaign there).

Videos released a week or more ago, for example - 44 plays (total), and - of course - you know that number includes all his friends, family and devoted entourage - who each sent it to all their friends and contacts.

So, how many "new" people actually view these? A very small number of that very small number.

Getting to 1 dozen potential voters every week with an online tactic that's pretty time-consuming to create in comparison to the return, just isn't going to move the meter even one tiny dot.

And the election results will be the same as four years ago.

Bet on it.

February 07, 2011 6:44 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Define "all the endorsements in the world" in actual terms, would ya?

Because so far, that's just not true in the real world.

Maybe in Rudy's make-believe kingdom.

(He recently released a half-dozen testimonial letters from individuals praising him for things he couldn't possibly have done -- but, OKAY, fine, enjoy.)

Guess what... SAME people that started out on his endorsement list and that follow him to every campaign debate and jeer at Huizar. Same people in the background in his campaign office videos, same, same crowd. (Probably the same anons posting here viciously)

I can tell you most of the clothes that hang in their closets by now because it's always the same 10-12 people OVER-and cver again, at every appearance and NOBODY new.

No new "endorsements" but keep your hopes up.

I'm pretty sure he can get the El Sereno "VOICE" newspaper...

February 07, 2011 6:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


The punishment for being stupid is being borne by the guy who was stupid, Turd-jillo.

He's finished. And Huizar was the one who canned him.

Good idea, done deal, will make no difference in the end.

Huizar stays in office.

February 07, 2011 6:53 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Will Rudy Rich also blast school board member Vladovic for keeping Trujillo on his payroll "throughout the entire following evening" and waiting until Monday morning to can him?

My GOSH that's almost 24 hours after Huizar did!

Is Vladovic CONDONING the use of 'Political Bullets."

I'm shocked, SHOCKED!

February 07, 2011 6:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Yeah, well, the "LISTS" and CLARKS bar stories are all old dead and gone.


February 07, 2011 6:58 PM  

Blogger Michael Higby said:

6:57, Vladovic fired Trujillo, too.

February 07, 2011 6:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

What's really sad these are two Latinos, damn they always embarrass their own. How many are on the Bell city council? Trujillo worked on Hillary Clinton campaign as well. I'm glad he finally got made. He's been doing this type of shit for a long time but the media just ignored it. You think that email to supporters is bad I heard there's ton more and to constituents. Red Spot and Mayor Sam should be proud they are being mentioned in the press. For those who thought this blog wasn't anything guess what? have you seen the postings and traffic lately? All the Martinez haters go someplace else. You behave just like Huizar's camp. If anyone has their own opinion they are personally attacked and slammed. I really like Jill Stewart's piece in today's LA Weekly. She is well liked and says it best


February 07, 2011 7:00 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Thank, Edel. I always liked you, and you've done Jose a huge favor getting rid of Trujillo now -- before he produced DRAG on the campaign during the final stretch.

Cutting out that dead wood not is GREAT for Huizar's campaign.

(Although, for the record, Mailander said it was another e-mail receipient - one who I think also used to blog here).

February 07, 2011 7:01 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


If you've got that kind of time - to poll LOTS of people a City Hall, you're obviously an insider working there (and you need to get back to work).

Either that, or you're lying (I'd guess the second one).

February 07, 2011 7:08 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Anon 6:40. According to media outlets forwarded the email, it came from the gmail account of a non-staffer. Look at the list, Edel is on yahoo. Paul Vizcaino is your "Deep Throat."

Look for yourself: http://ronkayela.com/MT/mt-search.cgi?IncludeBlogs=1&search=police%20badge

February 07, 2011 7:08 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Here we GO, with the 'crooked Latinos' slimy posts.

Those are YOUR voters, Rudy Rich (and Mayor Sam's readers).


Must be nice being King of the Rabble.

February 07, 2011 7:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Even more telling...

One video posted by the Martinez campaign more than 2 months ago - 700 hits (only).

And the cute "dancing Rudy rooters" one that was LINKED from Mayor Sam's all weekend - without much else to see here?

Just barely over 100 views. From both the Martinez site and here.

Wow, talk about NO traction.

February 07, 2011 7:20 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The YouTube numbers are an interesting peak behind the campaign curtain. Obviously not their whole effort, but considering how they're trailing in campaign funds, and, really, much lesser know, it would seem to be an important part.

And really, it's not working for them at that pace.

February 07, 2011 7:24 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

For all of you who are saying that this is an embarrassment because of two Latinos - Latinos are not the ones making the decisions here.

Huizar is beholden to Parke Skelton, a non-Latino and his whole westside cartel. Martinez is beholden to Hacopian - although Armenians are closer knit to Latinos - still not a Latino.

Alatorre was beholden to Karabian then Cerrell then Willie Brown, all non-Latinos.

So before you got out and say how this is an embarrasment to our community - the shot callers are not Latino. You can't lay blame on an entire people for a couple of vendidos who won't even dare to tug on the leash of thier handlers.

February 07, 2011 7:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


You should be asking why the CD14 community is always the target.

February 07, 2011 9:38 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

118 hits Jesus, does any one work in city hall.

February 07, 2011 11:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

How and when did Parke Skelton become part of a "westside cartel" when he lives in Mt. Washington and works, I'm pretty sure, in Pasadena.

"West side" of what, the Arizona border?

Boy the self-proclaimed experts that post their absolute ignorance here -- with PRYD!

February 08, 2011 1:23 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Parke, your not sleeping again. You don't have to be a resident of the westside to fall under their tentacles. Look at Antonio, he's about as westside as King Taco but he still gets paraded around as the "Latino Tom Bradley."

Westside is a nice way of saying Jewish - last I checked Parke is Jewish along with most of the money that made Villar and Huizar.

Villar and Huizar are just modern day Marty Martinez's who was a totally owned subsidiary of the Berman Waxman machine which Parke has inherited. Keeping Latinos down where they belong.

February 08, 2011 7:33 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Latinos, Jews, African American's

Is there anyone you "good old boys" like?

Wow, well, I guess this is "southern" California, after all.

Yeeee, hah! Load up the pickups, gets the dogs.

February 08, 2011 12:00 PM  

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