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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

The 2015 Municipal Elections "Trolling for Dough Campaign Contributions Report", The January 15 Edition

Welcome to our First Edition of the 2015 Municipal Elections "Trolling for Dough Campaign Contributions Report" featuring our favors-enabling (for the right price), self-pimping duo of Herman "Mini Amin" Wesson and Jose "The Tonto Huevon" Huizar. 
Raining Benjamins to Pay and Play. 

For those who still cling to Political Pollyanna- like tendencies regarding the role of money in our local elective discourse, then let me introduce you to our reigning "Pay to Play Duo" at 200 Spring Street ......., and they do not come cheap.
Judging from the most recent Campaign Contribution Reports via the City of Los Angeles Ethics Commission, the Political Soul Brothers were the Top Two in reaping the monetary windfalls from a still-litigious 2012 Redistricting Process 
Below, we offer our respective musings on each Council Districts "Trolling for Dough Fundraising Reports" as made public by the Ethic Commission
With no serious opposition for re-election, the only question here for Incumbent Paul Krekorian ($36,716) is whether he wants to break past the six-figure mark in role-playing a supposed campaign. Of course, we can start a bloggin rumor that either Chris Essel, Frank Sheftel, Phil Jennerjahn, or all three, may initiate a Write-In Campaign to stimulate a campaign dialog.
Talk about a Campaign Stimulus Zone! With so many candidates seeking to replace the current City Clowncil Central Committee Commissar Historian Tom Labonge, the Call for the CD 4 Tote came in at $1,475,000, as the Special Interests seeked out their chosen ones in this contest. As of Monday, David Ryu ($310,959), Carolyn Ramsey ($248,569) and Steve Veres ($238,140) are the top three in the money race, but in a crowded field as this, low cost foot power (mixed with an untimely bit of news), can overtake the money advantage in a election instant.
For a CD 6 City Clowncilwoman in 21st Century Politics who does not believe in having an operating Website to tout her legislated accomplishment (or indifference to issues such as Prostitution and Illegal Dumping) , its surprising that CD 6 Incumbent Nury Martinez raised ($179,521). But as district activists keyboard missives about her Consulting Husband Gerry's various fiscal entanglements,  Team Martinez should note that challenger Cindy Montanez has past the $10,000 mark ($17,660) in fundraising (think Patty Lopez).
The tale of the numbers currently in the sole City Council Bastion of Sanity, is that reigning Clowncil Central Committee Strongman Herman "Mini Amin" Wesson has been busy pimping challenger Marqueece Harris-Dawson to the Special Interests to the tune of ($298,160). But "Mini Amin" Wesson's crusade to avoid another Park-like political person from replacing him, met with defeat within his own political party, as the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, voted to endorse Bobbie Jean Anderson ($41,868).
Surprise, surprise, the reigning Strongman of the City Clowncil Central Committee garnered a challenge for re-election when Korean American Coalition Executive Director Grace Yoo entered the campaign at the last minute. So far Yoo's total of ($12,698) is a paltry fraction of "Mini Amin's" ($322,750), but don't underestimate the Korean American Committee's desire for a seat within the Horseshoe and their anger at the injustice of the 2012 Redistrict Process.
The lone Spring Street RINO has the Englander Machine-generated Special Interest Money ($317,521) but no opposition candidate to harass (allegedly).
Its a major UNDERSTATEMENT to say that the embattled CD 14 City Clowncilman Jose "The Tonto Huevon" Huizar, knows his way around a campaign contribution handout. With a 2015 Elections-leading ($817,025) in contributions, expect many glossy fliers falsifying other's accomplishments in your mail and legions of paid precinct walkers to pound on your doors in the weeks ahead. But do not UNDERESTIMATE the chances of challenger Gloria Molina to raise the money needed ($131,656) to highlight a better CD 14 of Tomorrow, unchained from the Special Interests owned, Princeton Graduate.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14 



Anonymous Anonymous said:

I guess the inconvenience to El Sereno residents and the San Gabriel Valley was worth the donation to reduce Huntington Drive down to two lanes .
THE OWNER OF Big Saver Market wanted a left turn lane to get to hisNew
Market and Tonto area director another overpaid bimbo Godoy states it's only temporary. That councilmen Tonto has no input on the matter that it all up to DOT who makes all the decsions.
She doesn't even no what it will lock like,just thats it temporary.
Huntington Drive is classified as a secondary highway. The Traffic back up will be worst than ever.
Tonto Huizar won't support the 710 fwy or the tunnel or the light rail for support for his reelection.
We need someone with testicles (balls)
like Gloria Molina to take the bull by the horns.
Do with best for the community, city and the entire region.
Stop being a political wore Tonto this is not THE PRI in zacatecas.
Stop lying to the community and be a macho with huevos.
You can even do the right math, look at your figures for the Broadway Street Car.
They just didn't add up. and old Obama can't burrow more funds from China for your project.
How many projects have you lied about taking credit in El Sereno.

January 15, 2015 5:26 PM  

Anonymous Michael M said:

Q: Do you know the difference between a fox and a dog? (picture)

A: About 5 drinks...lol

January 16, 2015 1:57 PM  

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