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Thursday, May 05, 2011

Toxic "MEAT" Trujillo gets new gig

"MEAT" emerges from the shadows.
Charity runs deep within the politically-connected community of Los Angeles. Thus, it should come as no surprise that someone, some cause, or just some exercise in vanity would give the "Drivin Ms. Daisy of Los Angeles Politics" a second chance.
Who else but Trujillo and Parke Skelton's female blogger of choice "The City Maven" (aka Alice Walton), would be the choice blog to disclose Trujillo's latest spokeholes endeavor on behalf of OwnTheDodgers.com
What is OwnTheDodgers.com in the words of MEAT?  “This is a pure grassroots generated campaign that will look to bring a Green Bay Packers style of ownership, owned 100 percent by the fans,” said Michael Trujillo, spokesman for the group. Could be that Trujillo wants to be the "MEAT" of a new Dodgers ownership collaborate or merely the latest "Ball Boy of Los Angeles Politics"?
More after the bloggin leap.
But seriously, who in their right mind would select Trujillo to be the mouthpiece for a fledgling effort to promote public ownership of the "Boys in Blue? The current Dodgers ownership is and will continue to face the ramifications of the Opening Day assualt on San Fransisco Giants Fan Bryan Stow. The fact that the people behind OwnTheDodgers.com selected Trujillo as their spokesperson, is a glaring example of insensitively, in light of Trujillo's infamous email that led to his termination from the Huizar Campaign.

Do lifetime Dodgers fans like myself need to channel the thoughts of Trujillo calling upon the "dogs of satan" to force Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig to make the Dodgers go public? Ever worse, is the thought of Trujillo crafting a "So Frank Wants to Fight" email  in which Mikey targetis the center of current owner Frank McCourts forehead, then signing the vile missive as "Wes Parker". No friggin way!

The Los Angeles Dodgers "BMcC" (before McCourts) was a sanctuary to escape the on-going circus at 200 Spring Street. But just as much as the likes of Howard Sunkin, Steve Sugerman and now Steve "Mini-Riordan I" Soboroff have soiled the Dodgers image as McCourt underlings, the thoughts of a publicly-owned Dodgers franchise with "MEAT" as its spokeshole is a third strike.

Your thoughts............
Scott Johnson in CD 14 



Anonymous Anonymous said:

And we have yet ANOTHER example of Red Spot being jealous of people going out and landing jobs that Red Spot can only DREAM of getting.

It confounds Red Spot that someone has the skills and experience to impress someone to hire them for a well paying JOB.

All Scott can do is get a job in the Parks Dept, or a little worker comp and food stamp ebt credits. Scott can't figure out why HE isn't getting opportunities like this, especially when it pertains to something fun such as baseball.

May 05, 2011 6:45 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

thank god I'm an Angel fan.

The Doyers are $450 million in debt, think the City of L.A. can afford that?

May 05, 2011 7:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Major League Baseball outlawed the public ownership of teams after Joan Kroc tried to give the Padres to San Diejo. The NFL banned public ownership in 1961 but grandfathered in the Packers.

May 05, 2011 10:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The new Ball Boy for the Dodgers is Soboroff, didn't anyone notice?

What happens to the $400K that McCourt wrongfully paid to Sunkin from the charitible trust?

I heard it went back to the foundation, but did it come from Sunkin or McCourt?

Who is paying Soboroff? Scheiffer? Torre? McCourt? Sunkin?

Got a lot of folks on the payroll and none of them can even lay down a bunt.

No way to run a railroad.

Jamie McCourt must be laughing her ass off.

May 06, 2011 4:11 AM  

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May 06, 2011 9:48 AM  

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May 06, 2011 9:48 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The People of Los Angeles should run the Dodgers because look at the great job they just did running the city. Can you imagine? Especially if Trujillo and his associates become involved. It will be baseball's equivalent of what Measure B was for solar.

May 06, 2011 12:19 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I guess this is what you might call "putting a bullet between his forehead (sic)" - how exactly do you do that anyway? Too bad Bud Selig beat this whore to the bullet. This is the equivalent of a politcal operative being reduced to a $10 trick.

May 07, 2011 9:16 PM  

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