Morning Summery of Election Day 2012
To sum up last night'e election, you need only two words, "Latino Power". If the Republican Party is to survive, or resurrect itself from the political grave in California, then they need to put the likes of Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, along with New Mexico Governor Susan Martinez front and center in outreach.
The irony in watching the "Greece on the Pacific" election results last evening, is that many Latino immigrants came to the United States to escape one party rule and its crippling corruption, to work hard and achieve self-worth.
Yet judging from the reign of Mayor Antonio Villar and the political machine that supports carpetbaggers like Jimmy Gomez, over homegrown community leaders such as Arturo Chavez and Luis Lopez, that corrupt, one party machine has also found a new home in "Greece on the Pacific".
Thus, for Republican Party in "Greece on the Pacific", it needs to reinvent itself as an opportunity/self-empowerment party (based upon Conservative principles) that retakes the front on the discussion of immigration reform, but also empowers those who want to confront the growing corruption that comes with one party rule.
Democrats may awake this morning with a tighter grip on power, but as the looming day of fiscal reckoning approaches and the moving vans of departing businesses head to the nearest stateline, the "Greece on the Pacific's" Latino/Labor Leftists version of Mexico's PRI Party, will completely own the economic ruins that once was a "Golden State on the Pacific".
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** Election winners:
Ex.President George W. Bush, its now President Obama's economy.
"Greece on the Pacific's" Latino/Labor Left (with the exception of Antonio).
Rental truck companies and the surrounding, low tax states of Oregon, Nevada and Arizona.
** Election losers:
Establishment Republicans ..... again.
Two party democracy in the formerly State of California.
Israel and its friend Congressman Howard Berman
Hard work and self-empowerment.
A certain to be ex. big city mayor from City Terrace.
Your thoughts ...............
Scott Johnson in CD 14