Mayor Villaraigosa is back, but for h...

Mayor Villaraigosa is back, but for how long?

There are 2 comments on the LA Observed story from Nov 12, 2012, titled Mayor Villaraigosa is back, but for how long?. In it, LA Observed reports that:

At his post-election gaggle with Los Angeles reporters at City Hall last week, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa opened with congratulations on the Barack Obama reelection and praise for the people who waited in line to vote in states where weather or tactical obstructions made it a challenge.

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Dan Salazar

Long Beach, CA

#1 Nov 13, 2012
It is important for the Mayor to spend some time crafted the March Tax Increase on increasingly pitiful LA employers and their families.

As is expected, the Publicly funded Union workers demand major increases from their bought and paid for operatives in City Hall as repayment for campaign support.

Every one around the Nation knows that "Pay Up Suckers" is the motto of the Calif. Democratic Party.
La broke

Covina, CA

#2 Nov 13, 2012
I thought LA was broke?

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