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Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Morning Summery of Election Day 2012

Summery, along with winners and losers for Election Day 2012
Two words that define last night's local, state and national results.
Great morning to all from the dark blue one party state of "Greece on the Pacific" as President Barack "H" Obama wins reelection and a local, soon to be out of work mayor, gets his resume ready for a new gig in Washington DC.

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".

Prop 30 Yes, "Governor Moonbeam II" gets his tax hike ....... and reelection (sorry Antonio). 
Prop 32  No, The Labor Left wins again.

39th AD 
43rd AD
MIKE GATTODEM 72,79760.46
48th AD
JOE M GARDNERREP 39,95241.23
49th AD
EDWIN CHAUDEM 48,84256.57
MATTHEW LINREP 37,50443.43
50th AD
51th AD
JIMMY GOMEZDEM 49,02260.21
LUIS LOPEZDEM 32,39839.79
District Attorney:
JACKIE LACEY1,113,45554.99
ALAN JACKSON911,34545.01
Measure J Transit Tax: ** needs 66% to pass.

** 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).
California Unions
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 


Anonymous Anonymous said:

Morning Summery of Election Day 2012


Republican voters need to work on their engrish.........

November 07, 2012 1:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Now...lausd school board...rid of momma charter mouth piece n cut n slash 99 percent of public school teachers who saved her from the life of the barrio n her anton via r u applying for federal job....master...did she ever debate?

November 07, 2012 4:37 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

A summery election day?

Also, uh, ha ha on Gatto winning another term, Scott.

All of your effort. Wasted.

November 07, 2012 6:47 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I wish you had some grace, Scott. I don't know Gatto from a hole in the wall, but there's a time when you simply have to admit that you've been beaten. And your efforts to unseat Gatto has failed.

Look at the grace exemplified by Romney in his concession speech. You may want to try that some day.

Gatto might very well be an awful politico, but obviously more people trust his word than they do yours.

November 08, 2012 6:54 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

one theme seems to be -- in the Gatto race: Armenians will vote Armenian no matter the ideology....and taking that up the food chain, all the minorities voted for the minority President...and the GOP wonders why it keeps losing?? Maybe the racist, stero-typing assumptions?

November 08, 2012 9:38 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Scott, you forgot the biggest loser of all: you. You, who spent the entire campaign promoting this bizarre fantasy that Gatto might actually be challenged. Or that Gomez could lose to Lopez. And both Gomez and Gatto win by 21 points. You have absolutely no idea what it happening in the political world.

November 08, 2012 11:04 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The big loser: Scott Johnson -- who spent the entire campaign fantasizing that Gatto and Gomez might actually be in any danger. Johnson knows absolutely nothing about local politics.

November 08, 2012 3:25 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Big loser: John Thomas

He built up his PR, grabs a front page LA Times profile and promptly loses another in a long string of campaigns. Kevin James might want to rethink what he's doing with Thomas. He's spent all of KJ's money with nothing to show for it. And how about poor Greg Smith. He's about to get taken to the bank by Thomas. With all of the world class Republican consultants out there, why would these guys settle for a kid who can't find a way to win a single race?

November 08, 2012 8:56 PM  

Anonymous trojan200 said:

Gatto you fools is the biggest loser.
He tied himself to Sherman.
Everyone knows Gatto has been eying CD4.
Well, when you earn yourself a spot on the shit list of Barbara Boxer and other top Dems... GOOD LUCK.

For some reason, Gatto felt he needed to get involved with CD30. It was a step that showed he has the same lack of character as Mamma's Boy.

And the SFV is a loser. Sherman over Berman is not a positive. DC talk that he is not just going to be skipped over for a chair position, but that they will drop him a few more notches.

Sherman was being protected by Berman, Waxman, McKeon and Schiff. Who were the ones delivering money to his district. Without Berman, Waxman, and McKeon in the west valley, who is going to fill that spot?

November 08, 2012 10:05 PM  

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