One day left to start of runoff campaign for CD 15.
** Great chilly morning to all in Ciudad de Los Angeles and as usual with the "Former Fishwrap of Record" these days, they join the campaign proceedings late in the game. First, in an editorial that should meet quickly with the latest canine trainee, they endorsed former Janice Hahn staffer (and Republican!) Gordan Teuber for CD 15.
Did the Times "Birkenstocks on the ground reporters" note that the sinking "U.S.I.S. Pat McOsker" have been hitting Joe Buscaino with the "secret Republican card
for the last week? Did the Times just note that the top three candidates have some sort of union backing?
But the only thing fresh and news breaking as we enter the last 24 hours before the polls open, is the fact that San Pedro businessman Jayme Wilson has pumped $100,000+ of hard-earned money into his campaign
, in the forlorn hope of making the runoff.
** ALLRED ALERT, ALLRED ALERT! LA Democratic Attorney Gloria Allred has called a 10:30 A.M. PST presser to announce that a fourth woman will come forward
to claim that Republican Presidential Candidate Herman Cain, insinuated nasty thoughts and some years later, feel compel to report this.
** Do you remember this ethical pillar of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Council system? Yes Bradley is still playing Chairperson of the Glasselll Park Neighborhood Council, bending and breaking the by-laws to retain power, as DONE blindly looks on. His latest scheme to name replacements to the GPNC is meeting with stiff opposition via Tony Butka and others.
BTW, did a certain CD 14 councilperson claim outrage recently when some other public organization try to do this?
** Another shining example of the Neighborhood Council system is making a collectivist name for himself at Occupy LA. Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council Comrade Mario Brito
(to the right of female white comrade) is one of the original organizers of the "Red Rabble on the South Lawn". Brito had a tense moment on Saturday as he was leading the red masses. The Times reported that "things turned tense when Mario Brito, an organizer with Occupy L.A., took to the microphone and was interrupted by a counter-protester who grabbed the microphone and yelled, "Mario, are you still a member of the Communist Party?"
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: bradley, CD 15 Special election, Mario brito