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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Morning Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Tiesday

Your Official Anti-LA  Obama Times Ballot Recommendations
The Old Gray Hag of Liberal Agenda Journalism on Spring Street (For Sale Soon).

Please pause with me as I shoo away the kitty from his "daily greeting" of The Old Gray Hag on Spring Street Editorial Page as we present our Anti-LA Obama Times Ballot Recommendations. The political science behind our recommendations is quite simple. First you flip to the back page of the ever-thinning front section of newsprint, then apply real world reality to counter balance the West LA Liberal  myopic view point of the Editorial Board. This is done by simply switching "Yes to No" , "No to Yes", "Democrat to Republican" and from "Yes to No on all proposed tax hikes". As with bayonets and horses in the world of modern combat, a LA Obama Times Editorial is becoming increasing rare in relevancy within its striking reader's base, but as The Old Gray Hag on Spring Street approaches her "Newsweek Day of Print is Dead Reckoning", her old, outdated agenda journalism can still provide a teachable moment to share, on occasion..

** We share with you this supposed private poll on the upcoming 2013 Mayoral Election and OH MY GOD! "The Valley Greuel" has a slight lead over CD 13 City Councilman Eric Garcetti. But in the opinion of a couple of the mayoral candidate's consultants, this poll is, well ...........

"That is utter bullshit," said Bill Carrick, Garcetti's consultant. "It makes no fucking sense. You could have told me the lottery numbers for last week and it would have made as much sense."
"It's horseshit," said Eric Hacopian, Perry's consultant, who suggested the poll was done to boost Greuel's candidacy. "I would greatly question the motivation of anyone doing this at this point." 

Regardless whether its horse or bull poop, it smells the same.

** Blogging props to LA Weekly's Patrick Range McDonald for this morning's laughter at the expense of the 11% Mayor Antonio Villar.

Alice Walton (a.k.a. The City Maven) reminded us that Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa continues living on his own planet these days, discussing with aradio host in Iowa how he may or may not run for U.S. president in 2016.With only nine months or so until he leaves office in 2013, Villaraigosa is undoubtedly on a ramped-up effort to find his next high-paying gig and a new bachelor pad to live -- he currently resides at the mayoral mansion in Hancock Park. 

......... and judging from the just posted Gallup and this morning's Rasmussen polls, count out D.C. in 2013.

Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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