Whistleblower hotline: (213) 785-6098

Sunday, December 04, 2011

The latest episode of "Oh Mario y Maribel", a political novella as a city turns via the San Fernando Sun

Blogger notes: As much as we want to have some political comedy at the expense of the "Tonto" and "Sancha" of San Fernando City Government, Mayor Mario Hernandez and City Councilwoman Maribel De La Torre respectively, San Fernando Sun Editor Diana Martinez noted in a phone conversation her frustration that major media outlets are only now paying attention to the questionable political actions in the city. Martinez's "As The City Turns Column" has been a regular feature of the San Fernando Sun for years which has enable her to amass large amounts of documentation on the actions/antics of city government. As noted in her most recent missive the likes of Mayor Mario "Tonto" Hernandez  is not too keen on answering the tough questions of Martinez. Thus, we want to commend Diana Martinez for her dogged pursuit of the truth---Scott Johnson in CD

In our latest installment of "Oh Mario y Maribel", Mayor Mario "Tonto" Hernandez is last seen running away from San Fernando Sun Editor Diana Martinez as many in San Fernando are calling on for both the "Tonto" and "Council Sancha" to resign. Meanwhile Council Sancha Maribel De La Torre will not even be in country tomorrow (Monday) as she joins her sister former San Fernando Councilwoman and Assemblywoman Cindy Montanez, on a good will trip to Israel (all expensives paid). Thus, "Tonto" will have to face constituents alone at tomorrows City Council 
Nice of sister Cindy Montanez to give her sibling an escape from tomorrow's proceedings. Local observers note that Montanez has upped her community profile in recent weeks. Rumor has it that Montanez is trying to get her Council Sancha sister, Tonto and their "constituent servicing supporter" (or is it servicing SFPD Sancho) Mayor Pro-Tem Brenda Esqueda to renew the firefighting contract with the Los Angeles Fire Department. Thus, hopefully Montanez can use the contract retention to garner UFLAC support for her run to replace Councilman Tony Cardenas in LA City Hall.
More "Oh Mario y Maribel" to come.
Scott Johnson in CD 14.

Labels: , , , ,


Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home