As the Los Angeles Times takes note of CD 8 City Councilman Bernard Park's supposed exiling to the "Political Wilderness", we undertake a bloggin journey within its common sense refuge, in seeking out the beauty of ethical, open and transparent governess.
All smiles from CD 8 City Councilman Bernard Parks within the LA Political Wilderness.
Memo to the editors at the "Old Gray Collectivist Hag on Spring Street" (aka LA Times), why for once do you allocate story budgeting on a missive regarding a supposed wilderness (a political one at that) that does not have a Eco Scribe Louie Sahagun Byline?
As many conservationists would agree, Aldo Leopold should be given credit for championing the cause of Wilderness Areas Designation within the US, with the "Old Gray Collectivist Hag on Spring Street", generally in support of those who believe in Leopold's vision of setting aside open space for generations to come.
That said, we call upon the "Former Fishwrap of Record" to join us on a mythical journey into a political wilderness, away from a polluting "Detroit on the Pacific in the Making Political Machine", where those are free to behold and espouse the wonders of non-corrupted governess.
Bountiful in this wilderness are the wonders of Pension Reform, Balance Budgeting, striving Free Markets, regulated Unions, low Taxation and an ethical City Council that prides itself on true Constituent Services.
We realize that the Liberal, West LA-centric Editorial Board has shown a past aversion to supporting causes embraced in the LA Political Wilderness, but with new a new Publisher in Austin "Mini Riordan II" Beutner, there may be hope that the current "Old Gray Collectivist Hag on Spring Street" will change its enabling Agenda Journalism ways, and embrace the causes originating from the Wilderness, in the spirit of averting a Detroit on the Pacific Wasteland in Los Angeles.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: Austin Buetner, CD 8 City Councilman Bernard Parks, jack humphreville, joel kotkin, LA Times, paul hatfield, Political Wilderness, Ron Kaye