SEIU 721 Regional Director Julie Butcher.
Memo to my former SEIU 347 General Manager Julie Butcher, DNC and Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Blabbermouth-Schultz may find your latest endeavor "borderline offensive" but this blogger says "you go sister"!
As Daily News Rick Orlov notes in this Monday's edition of his Tipoff Column,
Butcher and her brother and sisters of the the Coalition of L.A. City Unions, which has been working with the mayor for the past three years, is scheduled to hold a news conference this week calling on President Obama and the Democratic National Committee to remove Villaraigosa as chair of the Democratic Party's summer convention in Charlotte, N.C.
The main message behind the movement is that Villaraigosa has lost touch with his Democratic roots.
Democratic roots? The only root that the former Tony Villar of City Terrace has never lost touch of is the root of self-preservation.
Political Consultant John Shallman's infamous Titanic Mailer.
We are not the only one to catch on to "Green Political Consultant John Shallman's proclivity for recycling campaign material (while charging high end prices).
In politics, nothing gets old. Or thrown away.Just look at the campaign of Carmen Trutanich, who is looking to move up from city attorney to district attorney at the June 5 primary.Trutanich, who has returned to using Tru as a nickname on his website, has released a "Blueprint for Justice," on how he would manage the $190 million D.A. budget.
In his 2009 city attorney campaign, it was a "blueprint for change." Now, it's a "blueprint for a new direction."
That consulting bill for the "Blueprint" is in the mail from Shallman Communications.
The Occupying Red Rabble on the South Lawn of City Hall.
The 99% that strives to be wards of the government via edits from the likes of SEIU and Van Jones, will gather at the red light of dawn to march as a collective
on the International Day of the Worker.
Your thoughts ............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: Carmen Trutanich for District Attorney, john shallman, Julie Butcher, may day protest, mayor antonio villaraigosa