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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Morning Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Thursday

Mayor Sam Exclusive: Open Feuding in the Jimmy Gomez for Assembly Campaign Team?
 Sources tell Mayor Sam that the Jimmy "PAC Laundryman" Gomez Assembly Campaign, is in disarray with Amy Wakeland (pictured above with "partner" mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti) sending out panic emails that blame Campaign Consultant Mike Shimpock, for the pending election demise of the Riverside carpetbagging, political transplant. 
 While Wakeland pleads for help in saving the Gomez Campaign, Shimpock has incorporated a robo call message from another carpetbagging politic from San Diego State Senator Kevin de Leon, to attack candidate Luis Lopez for running a campaign of smears. One irate recipient of the robo calls went as far to call Senator de Leon's office in Sacramento. 
But as the Gomez Campaign implodes from within, voters from throughtout the 51st AD are taking a stand against a political machine that has not absorbed the political lesson of 1999, where another machine-backed carpetbagger was rebuffed by the voters, just ask Victor Griego.

** The Old Gray Hag on Spring Street (aka LA Obama/Antonio/Angeles Times) was sad to report that Californians are turning their backs on Governor Moonbeam II's Prop 30 that would raise taxes on the more well to do.
** But in a rare moment of journalistic objectivity, The Old Gray Hag on Spring Street rightfully opines that the voters, not Mayor Antonio Villar, should decide whether to change the fundamental functions of the City Attorney's office.
Lastly, a special message for CD 12 City Councilman Mitch Englander
We want to commend you, along with your fellow councilmembers Bernard Parks, Jan Perry and the "Average Joe" Buscaino, for voting no against Councilman Ed Reyes attempt to place a political litmus test on new business in the City of Los Angeles, by banning Walmart from opening its Chinatown location, we just hope Mitch that whatever pressure is being exerted to change your "No" vote, will come to naught.

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

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

It's a bit ironic for the Gomez campaign to call upon Kevin de Leon to record a robocall for Jimmy Gomez, when just a few years ago Kevin de Leon slept on someone's couch to establish his own "residency" in what was the 45th Assembly District.

Just like Jimmy Gomez, who moved into our District recently, Kevin de Leon pulled a similar trick on the voters when he got elected. He hid the fact he was a Carpetbagger and his opponent failed to point it out.

Kevin is clueless about the District and rarely is seen at local events or doing much of anything but looking after the interests of the unions who dumped a bunch of money into his election to "buy" an assemblymember. Kevin had no connection or record of community work when he moved up from San Diego to become our representative.

Shame on us for being fooled by Kevin de Leon. Let's not let that happen again.... vote for the only locally endorsed candidate Luis Lopez -- and spread the word far and wide on the street where you live.

When Luis is in Sacramento, he is much more likely to remember who he works for -- unlike Kevin de Leon (Carpetbagger) and Jimmy Gomez (another Carpetbagger).

October 25, 2012 1:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Sweet, they deserve each other.

October 25, 2012 5:12 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Its time for Eric to tell his partner to focus on his campaign. Jimmy is a loser.

October 25, 2012 6:40 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Amy Wakeland is the best reason not to vote for Eric.

October 25, 2012 8:42 PM  

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