We bring you this latest "Hypocritical, Do As I Say, Don't Do As I Done (or are still doing) Political Moment" from the lone Princeton Graduate of the Los Angeles City Clowncil Central Committee Jose Huizar.
The Public Image of a politician who passes on indulging in the Ice Bucket Challenge (while still donating $100.00) citing drought concerns, is contradicted by a report which documents increase home water usage during these same parched times.
Kudos indeed for the "Tonto Huevon's" latest dubious distinction.
It just seemed like yesterday that the Ice Bucket Challenge was all the rage.
While millions of Americans were partaking in raising money to find a cure for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
via donations of $10 (if choosing the ice bucket treatment) or $100 (if declining the ice bucket treatment), a lone CD 14 Politico (who happen to graduate from Princeton) gallantly passed on the Ice Bucket Treatment, while donating $100 (most likely from his Officeholder Account), citing the need to save our precious liquid resources during these parched times.
Of course those comments were recorded (on the video above) for constituent/public consumption in a reelection year ........., BUT again, there is something call REALITY and the latest dose of that via the LA Daily News, highlights once again that the noted "CD 14 Tonto Huevon" has been caught again practicing his tired brand of "Do As I Say, Don't Do As I Do" double speak.
According to an investigated report,
the "CD 14 Tonto Huevon", along with City Clowncil Colleagues Mitch "Driplander" Englander and Bob "Floodfield" Blumenfield, actually increase home water usage during this latest year of drought. Between 2012 and 2014 the average "gallons per day usage" in the "Tonto Huevon" Household has risen from 348 to 460. But while "Driplander" and "Floodfield" can cite the San Fernando Valley's Summer Heat as a cause for increase usage, what is the root cause of the "Tonto Huevon's" increase usage?
One plausible explanation could be that the "Tonto Huevon" was (and still is) engaging in numerous episodes of the "Cold Shower Challenge".
The "Cold Shower Challenge"
has its origin in a spouse's ultimatum that unless he cools down his flaming "Libido of Desire"
for a certain, now former "Office Scheduler, turned Deputy Chief of Staff" (and surely others including Genny Godoy
?), then his political career (and marriage) would most certainly end in March of 2015. Thus, in judging the increase of water usage in the last two years within the Tonto Huevon Household, its easy to imagine that a certain Princeton Graduate, has been on the receiving end of many "Cold Shower Challenges"
(from his wife and remaining political friends), in the interest of political self-preservation (plus it helps to get rid of that settled Francine Lawsuit stench).
Despite the usage of City Clowncil Central Committee Members Nury Martinez and Felipe Fuentes staffers in attempting to influence the counting of ballots, upstart 39th Assembly District Candidate Patty Lopez increased her lead over Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra
as of Friday's latest tally.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: AD 39, Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra, CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar, City Council President Herb Wesson, Cold Shower Challenge, Grace Yoo for CD 10, Ice Bucket Challenge, Patty Lopez, wasting water