The "Old Gray Collectivist Hag on Spring Street", doubles down on its endorsement of West LA Political Soul Mate Mike Feuer for City Attorney.
"Old Gray Collectivist Hag on Spring Street"
If anyone thought that this would be the day the (West) LA Times would turn on one of its own, that being a West LA Liberal Democratic Politico, then the awaited "Koch Brothers Times Era" has not dawned on Ciudad de Los Angeles ......, yet.
Despite mounting evidence of troubling ethical issues from the Mike Feuer for City Attorney Campaign, the Old Gray Collectivist Hag Editorial Board prioritizes political regionalism over municipal reality, in an endorsement not seen since its shilling for fellow Westside elite cocktail socialite Chris Essel.
As the Old Gray Collectivist Hag Opinion Scribes scolds the Trutanich Campaign for extracting headlines and phrases from recent stories and an editorial, objective civic observers should note that the spread of regional political myopia, is at an acute level, when not one mention of former Assemblyman Feuer's co-sponsorship of the AB-109 budget-busting, prison realignment debacle, is made in its reaffirming editorial.
Maybe we can extrapolate from today's editorial musing, that most members of the Editorial Board have been more worry about "gun-rights and anti-immigrant zealots", when in reality, their focus should be place on fail Sacramento politicos who have dumped thousands of ready made felons back on the streets of neighborhoods beyond their elite neighborhoods viewpoints. But lets give the Trutanich Campaign credit for showcasing a former "fishwrap of record's" agenda hypocrisy.
In the LA Times own words , the Mike Feuer Campaign is .................
The truth must never get in the way of a friendly endorsement at the LA Times.
Your thoughts ...............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: 2013 city attorney race, City Attorney carmen trutanich, LA Times, mike feuer