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Saturday, February 21, 2015

A High Information CD-14 Voter shares "Nothing but the Facts"

Former noted Parole Agent and CD 14 Resident Caroline Aguirre presents her self-produced, two page, fact-laden flyer on the multiple embellishments by embattled City Councilman Jose Huizar. 
** Blogger's Note: In an ideal democracy, political discourse should be predicated by a well-informed electorate having assess to factual content, in the spirit of making an informed decision on Election Day. Sadly in recent times, there has been a dumbing down of the local, state and national electorate, with both parties catering to distinct voters blocks in attempting to win elections with the minimal amount of participation. Thus, in the spirit of encouraging fact-based dialog, we gladly replicate the work below of retire Parole Officer and CD 14 Resident Caroline Aguirre, who used her own personal resources to craft the two page flyer of repeated Councilman Jose Huizar's embellishments on mostly public safety-related issues. We would encourage you to grant the material below, a courtesy of review and share your thoughts via the Comment Section---Scott Johnson.
Page 1 of Caroline Aguirre's Flyer.
Page 2 of Caroline Aguirre's Flyer.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar= Douche

February 21, 2015 3:06 PM  

Anonymous Susan Rocha said:

LAPD Capt Bert says enforcing the noise law against churches is against separation of church and state. How is it that churches do not have to follow laws the rest of society does? It is against the US Constitution that government allows a religion to force religion into ones home. That is an government endorsement of religion.

Other areas have said they will not allow Mosque's to blow their noise into homes. There should be no difference no matter what religion. Churches are allowed to be as loud as they want within their 4 walls. They are not allowed to break noise laws or any other laws in the name of religion.

LAPD Capt Bert is totally wrong. It is not a separation of church and state to enforce any law against any religous organization. No one is above the law. He should not allow any law to be broken in the name of religion.

It is NOT separation of church and state. It is LAPD endorsing religion.

Susan Rocha

February 22, 2015 8:44 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Thank heavens for informed citizens and free bloggin' press!

February 23, 2015 1:28 PM  

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