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Monday, May 02, 2011

Los Angeles Politics Hotsheet for Monday

Businesses are leaving the state in droves.  So are people. Yet California's politicians are spending more than ever and encouraging builders to keep building for people who aren't here.  Tom LaBonge played with a shovel  and kicked off construction of yet another housing project.  The question remains not who is going to pay for this but why aren't you people saying anything about what these pols are doing to our state?

Want another way to boot more commerce out of the state? Enact a tax on online purchases.  It's even easier for a virtual business to leave the state than brick and mortar.

Our prayers and thoughts go to Governor Brown as he fights cancer.  The Governor has cancelled public events until he recovers from recent procedures.

One of the oldest cemeteries in the Valley, Pioneer, is trying to figure out who is buried there.  Hundreds were buried at the site in Sylmar since 1874 but only thirteen markers remain.

Phil Jennerjahn moves into a new Congressional District and finds he has gone from having a Socialist represenative to a Communist one.

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Anonymous Anonymous said:



May 02, 2011 8:53 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Didn't you point out recently that Phil the anti-Semite didn't know that he didn't have to move in order to run?

Do you care to make another prediction, namely in what ways will he undermine his own campaign, and jealously throw other outsiders under the bus?

And have you noticed that his website has links for Spanish and Russian, yet he didn't bother to create the content for those pages?

As always, with Phil, it's just about image, and not about substance and issues.

May 02, 2011 8:55 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Clinton had a chance to kill Bin Laden but chose not to.

May 02, 2011 8:55 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Thank you 8:55am for pointing out Phil's anti-Semitism. Everything with this guy is laced with hatred and fear of those who are not like him. He can deny it all that he wants to deny it, but it's clear as the nose on your face. He is also a poseur.

May 02, 2011 9:15 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Generally speaking, I think Phil Jennerjahn is a fearful and hateful person who is only involved in local matters insofar as it can bring attention to him.

Anyone who is perpetually running for elected office and finishes ONLY in last place, or quits on his own accord, is someone who is only in it for himself.

It's the same way he takes pictures of himself, ALONE, in DC and at Green Bay Packer games.

In Phil's mind, it's all about Phil. It's hilarious though that he even quit law school after just one year. Shit, even a moron like Villaraigosa managed to get through law school.

May 02, 2011 9:31 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Yes, businesses are leaving California and going to Texas where the economy is booming. Oh wait. That turns out to be another load of bull. Texas is facing a comparable budget crisis to California's.

But isn't that a conservative state? Aren't they the greatest business friendly state in human history? Isn't that the state of the #1 terrorist hunter, George W. Bush? Isn't that the state where Jesus, Himself, whispers directly into the ears of Republican elected officials to give them direction on fulfilling God's Kingdom on earth?

Ratchet down the crap, Higby! The whole damn nation has faced this recession and is working out of it.

May 02, 2011 10:38 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Geez 8:53, a little overboard on your criticism, aren't you? TONS of people besides Higby make one spelling error. Maybe you're new here and confusing him with Red Spot?

May 04, 2011 12:37 AM  

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