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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Tony Butka rebukes Councilman Jose Huizar's "DWP Rate Payer Advocate" claims

 Glassell Park Neighborhood Council Member and former CD 14 Candidate Tony Butka
DWP falsehoods via Councilman Jose Huizar.
Blogger note: This blogger and many others who are well-verse with DWP corruption were taken back when Councilman Huizar send out this campaign mailer. Tony Butka's "No Way Jose-You Are Not The DWP Advocate" is posted here in its entirely and can be found at Butka's NELA Lives Blog.
A few days ago I got a political ad in my mail from Councilman Huizar, basically claiming credit for Measure I on the ballot March 8th – The one about establishing a DWP RatePayer Advocate. Well, if he insists
More after the bloggin leap..........
A large group of men and women in the DWP Oversight Committee, the DWP Committee, the Alliance of Neighborhood Councils, and other community activists, worked long and hard to come up with a Rate Payer Advocate Term Sheet, to address all of the core issues involved in establishing and funding a real Rate Payer Advocate with teeth.
As the City Council Committee went around the City holding hearings, they gave these people reason to believe that they were in favor of the proposals in the Rate Payer Advocate Term Sheet, including Councilman Huizar. Indeed, the initial Council motion for a ballot measure on the Rate Payer Advocate was favorable.

What happened next was that the IBEW, who represents most DWP employees, came into the Council chamber and basically threatened the members. President Eric Garcetti ultimately rolled over and made a motion to gut the recommendation, and his watered down version passed on a vote of 8-7. Prominent in the hall of shame 8 were Mr. Huizar, Ed Reyes, and Tom LaBonge.

And for that final vote the Councilman can indeed take credit, for starting out with a bang and caving in the end. As Ron Kaye wrote at the time:

“Remember who knuckled under: The indicted fefon RIchard Alarcon; Jose Huizar, Tom LaBonge and Herb Wesson, all frightened to death the IBEW will spend heavily to defeat in their re-election bids; the irrelevant Janice Hahn and Ed Reyes, and the duplicitous Dennis Zine.”

Well I for one remember. And I’m calling out Mr. Huizar on claiming that “JOSE HUIZAR led the fight to create an Independent Ratepayer Advocate to protect consumers from abusive practices by the Department of Power” in his mailer when the truth of the matter is that he ran away from consumers and taxpayers and into the arms of the well heeled IBEW to garner support for his reelection campaign.

The point is, these kinds of campaign tactics and a disillusioned electorate is exactly how we lose democracy and slide into bankruptcy here is Los Angeles.

Your thoughts..............

Scott Johnson in CD 14

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Anonymous PaleoCon said:

Right,I kinda of remember that when it happened back last November, is that right. I was suprised to hear his self congradulatory phrase @ Erock forum regards RPA. It did'nt sound right. I won't vote for a lier hope the rest of Erock will follow suit. Could that be why he is bailing on El Sereno forum. Can't face the music.

February 15, 2011 10:11 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Butka is a good guy

February 15, 2011 10:54 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Reed Spit fock you! the brown peeple WIN. shut up ignorant park man. Go EaT a ClaRKS bar or something.


February 16, 2011 1:20 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

What's so great about the rate payer advocate? This person will answer to those who put him/her there (and that won't be the rate payers).

Let him take crdit (or blame).

February 16, 2011 3:27 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar was the only council member to VOTE to support the Mayor's veto of the DWP Motion. He does anything the Failure of Mayor does. He voted to give the general managers $5 million back pay knowing the city is in finanical crisis. He voted to give them raises when no other union got one. I've seen the many mailers Huizar has sent out with tons of outright LIES. Tony should hold a press conference with the many community members who are just as angry at the lies. It one thing if you actually did something right and put it on a mailer, its another to put LIES that can be refuted. DO IT TONY

February 16, 2011 6:28 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar is allowing local Parks to be taken over by the corrupt non profits. This is outrageous. This is another corrupt way Huizar wants control. Email your rep and ask which Parks will be taken over in your area. Email everyone you know to stop this insanity.
PARTNERSHIPS" (PPP). Rose HIll Park and Rec Center Staff have been notified that they will be closing. They are in El Sereno


February 16, 2011 6:53 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

MTA Hid Report on Councilman Bernard Parks' Illegal Contributions
In another example this week, L.A. Councilman Jose Huizar agreed to return $1,500 in contributions from two towing companies that have bid for MTA contracts. He did so after he was asked about them by the Weekly

February 16, 2011 7:52 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It's absolutely a LIE -- which is par for this blogs course - to call Tony Butka a "former CD14 candidate"

He never met the MINIMAL requirements to be considered a "candidate" (unless somone who fills out college applications, but is never being accepted to any school or attends any classes is also a "college student").

Prop up the wannabe all you want.

That only makes him more laughable.

February 16, 2011 9:57 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Cut-and-pasty-white guys.

Yap away!

February 16, 2011 9:59 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"these kinds of campaign tactics and a disillusioned electorate is exactly how we lose democracy"

Tony, from your mouth, to your own ears!

DEMOCRACY in Glassell Park was lost when you and your NON-RESIDENT storm troopers from the fundamentalist church there TOOK OVER the neighborhood council by way of a stakeholder LOOPHOLE, and it has never returned.

You're a hypocrite with a capital ... EVERY letter.

February 16, 2011 10:04 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

One of Rudy's kids knocked on my door last night, very articulate. Not yet committed in this race, but I was impressed how much he knew about the issues.

We need more people like him involved in our local politics.

February 16, 2011 10:11 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Wow, not only no ammo left in the Red Spot arsenal, now regurgitating week-old columns by people who couldn't even muster the signatures to get ON the ballot.

That's a huge step back even from backing a guy who can at least "pretend" to be a candidate like Rudy Rich.

What you fail to understand, RS, is that Tony Butka is a joke in the Northeast. Plain and simple.

His own neighborhood council doesn't even take him seriously anymore since he botched everything as their leader. Other NCs just say the words "Glassell Park" and either shake their heads, or laugh out loud. One of the first to be certified and one of the VERY first to implode and become even LESS functional than the rest - all all under Butka unWatch.

Now he travels around pretending to be some sort of "sage" of the Eastside, and people just shuffle their papers while he drones on.

Keep scrolling down the pecking order - like Rudy Rich.

Next thing you know, Mayor Sam's will be back to floating the rantings of Zuma Dogg as something rational, just like Rudy Rich is now reduced to touting the "endorsement" of the saddest sack ever, in CD14 politics - Alvin (Homer Simpson of L.A. Politics) Parra -- because that's ALL he can get.

(Here's a little tip for you... getting in bed, every night, with UGLIER and UGLIER "women" doesn't actually make you MORE attractive to future partners. It makes you more of a joke. And that's what Red Spot and this blog are now doing, embracing ANY anti-Huizar "ugly" - just to keep the argument going.)

Sad, bitterly sad. Pathetically sad.

(But immaterial to the final outcome).

February 16, 2011 10:17 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Scott is that a rotting banana sitting next to the Sprite can on your computer in the background behind the flyer?

Have you never heard of "cropping"?

Jeez, I feel like I'm watching an editor of "Hoarders" played out on a political blog.

February 16, 2011 10:19 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It's about time to repost the L.A. Times endorsement...

What else you got?

February 16, 2011 10:19 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


If you won't "vote for a liar" -- better read the LAPD report on Rudy Rich and the badge.

That's about the clearest cut "LIE" tag placed on anyone who wants to be in public life, in decades.

Now, whatEVER you do, don't become a LIAR yourself - by voting for the fleeing suspect, Glendale Republican, Mr. Martinez.

February 16, 2011 10:22 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

10:11 a.m.

(I hope you vote the kid at your door, because his CANDIDATE is neither informed nor impressive.)

By all accounts -- other than the most rabid Huizar-haters here, Martinez knows next to NOTHING about CD14 that he couldn't have overheard serving drinks to college kids in his bar.

Virtually EVERY columnist in "real" media has made it very clear that Rudy has been riffing at every public appearance for the last couple months. When asked real questions about real issues in the district, he's less than clueless.

Why wasn't Rudy Rich ever "involved in politics" before he got pissed off at Huizar about an unpaid remodeling bill last summer?

Why has he NEVER, at any time in the past been involved with any activist causes, or works to improve CD14, before? This guy who keeps telling us we need to VOLUNTEER more (this guy who NEVER has volunteered for anything in CD14?)

GOOGLE his name before last summer, and see if it appears in conjunction with ANY cause fought for in CD14... ever?

The guys 40+ years old? He wants to start at the TOP? Why, because he's RICH?

Why else.

Because he's "always cared about this community" --- PFAAAAAAH!

"TO CARE" is a VERB! Verb means you DID something at some point in time.

Pure, and utter, B.S.!!!

There's no "commitment" there. He's a carpetbagger! He'll return to Glendale in less than a month, and every one of the few thousand votes he gets will be a vote for being LIED TO, SUCKERED, BS-ed, impressed with his MONEY, and OUT-OF-TOUCH.

February 16, 2011 10:31 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

10:54 p.m.

Butka is a self-important, uninvolved whiner.

He should be a regular "columnist" for this blog.

Haters and kvetchers united.

February 16, 2011 10:32 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

If he had any sense of himself, Rudy Martinez would be now be hoping there were no more candidate forums, considering how poorly he comes across to groups of people - most of which know more about how the district and City Hall works than Rudy does.

The rabid Huizar-haters obviously just want another opportunity to try and play "gotcha" (even though they've failed every other time to really make him look bad). But Rudy's "let me FLIP this district" generalities and vapid campaign promises he can't possibly keep has worn so very thin, if anyone ever did buy any of them.

He'd do best just to keep sending nasty mailers showing dirty alleys (assuming those aren't actually in Glendale?)

MAIL MORE, speak less, Rudy M.

You're "political" fly is open, and your just embarrassing the rest of us.

February 16, 2011 10:51 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Reprint Jon Regardie's column for 3 weeks ago?

Repost the "enemies list" story from the Times?

Just KEEP TRYING to breathe life into this very dead anti-Huizar campaign.

Now that you have the VERY untruthful potheads at your side, you can CONQUER your own little make-believe world.

February 16, 2011 10:53 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You know when you re-post Butkas columns you more than TRIPLE his readership, to almost 50 people.

He should thank you.

This will make him a SHOO-IN to be the next anti-Huizar hater to run against him, next time, and carry less than one-third of a very depressed turnout.

February 16, 2011 10:55 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Interesting what Jon Regardie and others like Latino LA posted about Huizar. For him being an incumbent he sure went down to the gangster level of politics. HE should stay on course talking about what he's accomplished but no one seems to know what that is so its easier to attack attack attack. Huizar was never around CD14 before he was elected. He didnt' care about the issues and was a failure as School Board President because Roosevelt High is 2nd in the nation for most overcrowded but Huizar didnt' care. He spent $1,000's on a bathroom for his office and never was at a community meeting or coming out for a cause. So to attack Mr. Martinez on that is dumb. Too bad the Huizar supporters aren't intelligent mature people who can debate the issues instead of always attacking the messenger and like Huizar criticize volunteers who want better for their communities

February 16, 2011 11:31 AM  

Anonymous g said:


February 16, 2011 1:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


"Too bad..."

"Too bad..."

"Too bad..." that your analysis here is 1000 percent wrong, pure biased opinion, and nonsensical at best.

I could post 4,000 words here rebutting nearly every piece of it (and have numerous other times, which you seem to have ignored, just so you can keep saying your little incorrect mantra OVER, and OVER), but... hell, why bother?

There isn't a "pro" voter for Huizar to be had attached to this blog, and the "anti" ones are too far from help.

Fortunately the vast majority of CD14 voters aren't here, wouldn't believe the hate-filled lies and innuendo posted here, even if they were, and will overwhelmingly re-elect Huizar in 2.5 weeks.

"Too bad" for those of you who can't see past your concocted rumors and misinterpreted facts.

Enjoy being represented for another 4-8 years by someone you've completed misrepresented - once again.

It's unavoidable.

"TOO BAD!" (for the few of you).

February 16, 2011 2:16 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


One of the things you fail to understand about politics is that by definition, the INCUMBENT doesn't have to "prove" to that many people that he's capable of doing the job.

Because he HAS the job already, it falls to the opposition to prove 1) the incumbent CAN'T and/or HASN'T (not even close this year); and 2) that the challenger CAN do the job, even better.

That second part is even more laughable this time around! That leap of faith goes beyond a messiah complex, since Martinez is absolutely unproven in anything even slightly resembling community activism, public leadership, or any form of understanding of even what L.A. City government is ABOUT.

(When asked at one forum what his understanding of the "job description" of a City Councilmember was -- what he's supposed to DO to earn the $180,000 paycheck that he says he'll keep and spend every penny of -- all Rudy could muster was "listen..." listen..." "work hard" um, um, um.

LISTENING, is NOT the JOB DESCRIPTION. We don't have a government based on WHO gets your ear and for how long. If we DID, ZUMA DOGG would decide what happens in CD14 more than ANY of us.

Hopefully listening to consitutents will help a CM do their job, buy its NOT what their job is about.

And, frankly, to "listen" to constituents in CD14 often creates more problems that an amateur like Martinez couldn't even begin to deal with -- because we ALL want something different. THAT's when the leadership kicks in, and that's where Rudy hasn't a clue.

Even the out-of-touch L.A. Times endorsement was more of a "hail Mary" ... wellllllll "MAYBE he can do a better job."

Short of the majority of voters just feeling like EVERYTHING bad in their lives locally is the fault of the guy currently in office, that kind of throw everything out and start over is the mantra of anarchists and repeat losers (like Nick Pacheco and Alvin Parra), who could NEVER win an election -- so they simply sow the seeds of anger and unrest.

To put it in the "court" of public opinion framework...

Huizar doesn't have to prove he's "innocent" of doing a bad job, Rudy Martinez has to at least provem he's guilty . . . (which explains why he HAS to be negative at ALL times about Huizar and CD14.

Frankly, if CD14 was in as BAD a shape as Rudy keeps trying to paint it (just to win), I'd have moved out a LONG time ago.

And pictures of dirty alleys and claims that Huizar doesn't BELIEVE in the words of the Declaration of Independence are just silly games that the amateurs would try to play, because they have NOTHING real to hang their own candidacy on.

February 16, 2011 2:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Tony who?

- in Glassell Park

February 16, 2011 2:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Kind of a non-starter here.

Most voters don't know what the "RPA" is or would even do for us, and those that do are split on whether it's a good idea, anyway.

If this is supposed to be another "damning" strike against Huizar, then his opponents are really whipping him mercilously with their wet-noodle attacks.

In the end, the loser will say he was outspent, but really if he had twice as much money to spend as Huizar does - what more could he say, and how many more people could he actually bombard with the same flaccid message points?

How many more times can he tell us he's "created hundreds of jobs" an expect someone to be impressed, especially considering he runs small eateries and flips houses?

I can't fit any more mailers in my box, and everything that's appeared there so far has been such "inside" info of the kind that has so little to do with my quality of life -- I can't get them to the recycling bin fast enough.

(I hope all this extra paper waste won't cut back on the CLARTS funds that can be spent in Huizar's next term).

February 16, 2011 2:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

From Regardie"

"Numbers Game: The first poll in the race was conducted by Team Huizar; it came out in January and gave the incumbent a 58%-13% lead. Results of a Martinez poll, conducted last month and filled with loads of icky leading questions, haven’t been publicly released."

WHY, because even with all the obvious slathering mudslinging embedded within, Rudy Rich's fake poll STILL didn't show him with any chance to come in better than a distant SECOND in a two man race.

You'll NEVER see the result of that "non" poll, although someone may just make one up and PRETEND is was an actual poll.

(It's not like Rudy Rich has anything to gain at this point by suddenly becoming honest).

... the last HONEST thing he uttered in this campaign was when he said he'd been accused of beating his wife.



February 16, 2011 4:42 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

What's up for tomorrow, Scott Johnson, your own PERSONAL endorsedment...

Oh, wait, don't TELLed us.

It'll be a SURPRISEd!

February 16, 2011 6:37 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

LA WEAKLING newspaper (starved for SOMETHING to write about in this new quiet period in the CD14 campaign), reveals that with just over two weeks to go in an 8-month-long campaign - by his count (down to his last 200 or so daylight hours)...

Rudy Rich has yet to reach nearly half of the precincts in the district in his DOOR-2-DOOR campaign, and so has no visibility (other than angry snail mail) with 40,000 or so registered voters. That's in ADDITION to most people in the OTHER precincts who just NEVER came to the door.

BUH-bye Rudy Rich. Thanks for playing.

I'd say we would miss you (but you only just got here to CD14 from GLENDALE, and you won't be around long after March 8 -- SO, no loss in our little hearts!)

Please tell the next couple wannabes you see on the way OUT, that CD14 really does NOT take well to carpet-baggers... especially those from OUTside L.A. City.

February 16, 2011 7:20 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Are you really that stupid.

Rudy has been a part of Eagle Rock for many years raising his kids, Marty and Mia.

According to Jim Newton from the LA Times he has even helped other Eagle Rock businesses while being an Eagle Rock constituent.

February 16, 2011 10:54 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I think its very funny the Huizar supporters consistently come on this blog to post against REd Spot stating this blog is a waste of time, criticizing Rudy Martinez, attacking community volunteers etc. This is the way Team Huizar runs his campaign. Dirty, slimy, because if he had confidence he was going to win why go down that route. The only candidates that campaign the way Huizar has as an incumbent are the ones who are afraid they are doomed. Otherwise Team Huizar wouldn't care what is posted here and not post. They keep saying no one reads this. Little do they know this blog is read by 1,000's all over the city who have family and friends who live in CD14. So continue your childish postings and attacks and at least Mr. Martinez has the guts to go against an incumbent and make a change for the better

February 17, 2011 6:55 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


What do you expect from Huevon Huizy and his Huevon supporters. When youi are too lazy to have any accomplishments, take up the Skelton mantra - attack.

February 17, 2011 8:27 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


To "make a change" for the "better" (ha!) you either have to get ELECTED (won't happen), OR (as many people who work WITH Huizar as volunteers do), join in and try to move things ahead.

Maybe Rudy Rich shouldn't have assumed that his having a truck- load of money instantly qualified him to jump AHEAD and just suddenly become a "LEADER" - one without any followers.

Maybe he should have spent a year (or a month, or even a WEEK) actually working in the community.

But then, you DON'T EVEN LIVE IN CD14, how would you know or care about things like that.

February 17, 2011 10:36 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:



That's the VERY textbook definition of a carpetbagger.

Jim Newton obviously believes you can somehow be a "community leader" while living in a completely jurisdiction (and without anyone FOLLOWING you).

Only an idiot would believe that.

February 17, 2011 10:38 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Little do they know this blog is read by 1,000's all over the city...


Hoooo, haa, ha, heeee, hee, hoo , haa!

STOP, stop you're KILLING me.


(Oh, hell that was funny... I thought you were SERIOUS for a moment there!)

February 17, 2011 10:40 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I see the Martinez family chimed in early this morning - to try and keep up the appearance that the guy has anything going for him in this race.

Get back to the phones, familia. There's not a moment to lose. Rudy Rich could still pull up to the VERY LOW 40s in percentage of votes, if you ALL bust a guy for the next 18 days.

It'll be like the curled tail on a pig... serves no useful purpose, but it will "tickle" him some.

February 17, 2011 10:45 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


"When youi are too lazy to"

And when you're too LAZY to spell English correctly, people tend to assume you're ignorant.

And that makes perfect sense considering you're following the used-car-salesman candidate, Rudy, the Glendale Republican grave robber.

February 17, 2011 10:47 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Where are the results of Rudy's "rude" poll?

With absentee ballots already flowing in... (the "bulwark" of the right wing he has to rely on as a base), to not have released the results yet can only mean one thing.

Rudy's OWN polling, complete with character assassination of Huizar bu-lt into every bite, STILL shows him to be a major loser in this election.

Damn, I hope you had time to put a STOP on the check to the dirty pollers, "Rudolph" (the soon-to-be red-faced candidate).

February 17, 2011 12:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why has Rudy's campaign site taken down the El Sereno portion of the so-called "enemies" list?

What are they hiding now?

Did they find out it was fake?

February 17, 2011 12:09 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I would suggest supporters of Richard Millhouse Huizar read this morning's LA Tmes. Shameful, disgusting use of a fallen cop for political ends.

February 17, 2011 12:27 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I've got an even funnier one, and right in keeping with the grumpy Mr. Butka saying "No Way Jose" (is he in bed with the Potheads, BTW?) - to Huizar's DWP RPA flyer.

Rudy's main "positive" mailer, in HUGE print, proclaims him to be a:




(Now I know people who put these things together like to package them in neat little "3s" but what FRAUD, what outright lying!)

He's a SMALL business owner (I'll give him that), but. . .

I plead with anyone, even a rabid kool-aid drinker in the Martinez camp to explain the "REFORMER" mantle they've self-applied.

Reformed what? Hardwood floors? repossessed homes? Vacant restaurants. (Perhaps he "reformed" his own criminal past -- oh, but then there was that receiving stolen property thing about the badge just a couple years ago, WHOOPS).


Nothing, nada, ZILCH.

Huizar is TEN TIMES closer to being the KING of DWP reform, than Rudy is the being a REFORMER, of A-N-Y-thing.

(Along those same lines, I hereby proclaim myself the DUKE of YONKERS!) Because if all you have to do is SAY you're something, right?)

And "COMMUNITY LEADER" - no one in CD14 who's ever held (or even attended) a community meeting had ever SEEN this guy in the District before he filed his candidacy papers.

And, what "Community" has he led? GLENDALE, where he lived until literally just MOMENTS ago? (And, hell, since he's SUCH a liar, probably STILL DOES!)

Rudy Martinez, you are THE BIGGEST liar in this race, just for letting this go out under your name.

CD14 does DESERVE better, and ANYONE would be better than Rudy Martinez.

February 17, 2011 12:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12.30. Yes, anyone, except Jose Huizar.

It's diabolical to use a dead man, a policeman who died in the line of duty, for political gain.

Jose Huizar and his puppet master, Parke Skelton, have no shame in what they do to win an election.

I cannot believe a man who hires thugs like Michael Trujillo and ethically challenged consultants like Parke Skelton and keeps list of political friends and (perceived) enemies is fit for public office.

February 17, 2011 12:56 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I agree, Rudy Rich should NEVER has desecrated the memory of a fallen cop by using a hero's badge to pretend he was a cop and pick up chicks at his sleazy bar.

February 17, 2011 1:03 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Sister of slain LAPD officer says councilman's use of badge 'hurtful,' 'disrespectful'
)February 17, 2011 11:54 am The sister of a Los Angeles Police Department officer killed in the line of duty 32 years ago said Thursday that she wanted City Councilman Jose Huizar to stop using her brother’s badge as an issue in his March 8 reelection campaign.Karen Kubly, a retired LAPD officer herself, sent an e-mail Wednesday to Huizar saying it was “hurtful and most disrespectful” for him to use the badge in his campaign against businessman Rudy Martinez without notifying her family first.

Huizar sent a mailer to voters last week focusing on a 2005 LAPD investigation in Martinez’s possession of a badge with David Kubly’s number. That mailer includes excerpts from a heavily redacted report on the investigation that was never provided to Kubly’s family

February 17, 2011 1:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12:27 and 12:56

Well SHAME on both of you... because YOU apparently didn't READ the letter from the slain officer's sister, who said:

I have no vested interested in either campaign, so forth with this is not [to] make things better for either candidate...

SO you see, by NOW using this issue to BASH BACK at Jose Huizar (as REDD SPIT will do unashamedly any MINUTE NOW), you are GUILTY of the EXACT same crime you are attempting to claim Huizar has been guilty of.

YOU are using the issue to hit BACK at Huizar-- FOR POLITICAL GAIN FOR RUDY; ALSO against the cop's sisters NOW-STATED wishes

(Huizar didn't even KNOW that at the time, but YOU DO!)

SHAME ON YOU, you blogging hypocrites.

Now we KNOW that ANYONE who attacks the other side over this issue from NOW ON, is DOING IT FOR POLITICAL GAIN, against the STATED wishes of the family.

That's YOU... 12:27 and 12:56!

Swallow your own damn bitter pill! You DISHED it out; can you TAKE IT?

February 17, 2011 1:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


As one of those "perceived" enemies, I think you ought to lighten up a bit.

Huizar's staff probably spends more time dealing with those of us who give them a hard time and pressure him to change some thing than they do with those more easily ready to support him.

He's done that since the beginning - getting face-to-face with a lot of the people who supported Nick Pacheco's attempted comeback in 2005, right away, and finding out how to address their concerns.

Rudy's "discrimination" claims are not only pure B.S., they're probably about 180 degrees in the wrong direction. People ranking with "minus" numbers are the ones his people want to bring over, and convince that they're doing a better job for the community.

We're the "problem" children in the class, that the teacher has to spend extra time with.

February 17, 2011 1:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Now we'll see just how TRULY desperate Rudy Rich is, if he attempts to use the cop's family's rebuff against Huizar.

I'm guessing he will, but more under the radar (give the talking points to the appointed bloggers here and the callers on phone, walkers, etc).

February 17, 2011 1:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


All i can say is "Big Laugh".That Hacopian is one bad M*^# F%&*#.

Love it, Love it.

February 17, 2011 2:53 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Pointless. He's out of time.

LA Weekly says he's only reached about half the CD14 precincts in the many months since he started campaigning and there's only a little over two weeks left.

Rudy goes the way of Alvin and Nick, only his political career was over before it began.

February 17, 2011 2:55 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Point of mailer was to take credit for starting the entire conversation that led to the Ratepayers Advocate. If you READ the motion from 2007 that Mr. Huizar did asking for an ombudsperson to keep rates in check you'll see that it's nearly IDENTICAL to the final product. The fact that he did not go as far as some NC types would like is not relevant in determining verity.

February 28, 2011 4:40 PM  

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