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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Bloggin Happy Hour Musings on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Tuesday

Another Happy Hour Drink via Tony
Great Happy Hour Musings on the LA Political Machine for Tuesday. Join us as we tip the glass and enlighten you on these political items that may find their way into someone's decaff morning coffee in the A.M. ; ) --- Scott Johnson.
** There is still time for the likes of Wal Mart supporters, Anti-Semitic Latina City Councilwomen, Palestinian-loving followers of La Voz de Aztlan and groupies of LAUSD School Board President Monica Garcia, to show support for CD 9 City Council Candidate Ana Cubas this evening. Plus, who would want to miss the opportunity to share a drink(or plural form) with Cubas and the "female Antonio" Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez?

51st Assembly District Candidate Luis Lopez (second from left) and Friends.
We bring you this message  from a non-carpetbagging candidate for office
Join friends, family, neighbors, and supporters of Luis Lopez from throughout Los Angeles on Sunday, August 26, for a celebration of his general election campaign kickoff. The party coincides with the 92nd anniversary of women's winning the right to vote in federal elections in the United States. Lopez is a homegrown leader who has lived in and served district communities for nearly a decade. In his campaign to represent his native district, Lopez has earned the endorsements of many prominent women leaders and women's organizations. His focus in the legislature will be restoring the pathways of opportunity that were crucial to his own advancement and on which L.A.'s and California's future depends. His top priorities are bringing good jobs to our district, healthcare, education funding, parks and environmental preservation, securing a fair share of resources for L.A., and civil rights.WHAT: General Election Campaign Kickoff Celebration for Luis Lopez for Assembly, 51st DistrictWHEN: Sunday, August 26, 2012, 1 to 3 p.m.WHERE: 2716 North Broadway, Suite 201, Los Angeles, CA  90031(in Lincoln Heights).Note: Parking available on Sichel Street or in the city lot on Workman Street..

Your thouight ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

anyone who is friends with Jose "El Gordo" Aguilar has a no vote of confidence from the community. I can't believe Luis Lopez took a phot with that guy. Vote for Jimmy Gomez!

August 15, 2012 9:18 AM  

Anonymous City Hall Insider said:

What is the deal with Ana Cubas earning $147,000 per year when Chief-of-Staffs get paid $90,000?

It is known in City Hall that Ana Cubas had Huizar by the ear lobes and if he did not pay her what she demanded, she would of exposed him for what was going on behind closed doors after hours.

Ana Cubas is a manipulating individual who will do anything to get to the top or on top. (And let me tell it's not all that good!)

We need better leadership than this stupid idiot!

We know Huizar is happy she is out of his office!

August 15, 2012 3:50 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Jose Aguilar, is a nice person, dedicated to voice what his community is afraid of stating. He has been a public servent without pay, and only for the good of the community and its people. He is unselfish, a fighter of polical corruption, and against DWP rates increase. He keeps the community informed of what is going on at city hall, and he has a following. He is not one of those people in BH that are puppets for the Politica corruption, and are either stupid or blind of the injustice in Boyle Heights, but just to have a picture with Huizar or Villar, and they will sell out their community for that political attention. Aguilar is not afraid of speaking out, and using the first amendment, even if he is put on a Councilmen's list as unfavorable constituent. we need more people like Aguilar to fight for people's rights and not be swayed by the polical attention.

August 17, 2012 8:53 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I will not vote for Jimmy Gomez, and that is confident vote.

August 17, 2012 8:55 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Jimmy Gomez is a family man. He grew up with little and worked his way up. He is an inspiration.

Both guys are liberal democrats. Not much different with either of them politically. But I think Jimmy Gomez is the lesser of the two evils. He knows what it is like to pay bills and have a family and run a business. A lot has to be said for those things.

August 19, 2012 10:35 AM  

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