Bonnie Lowenthal chooses Assembly re-...

Bonnie Lowenthal chooses Assembly re-election run over Senate seat bid

There are 4 comments on the Press-Telegram story from Nov 5, 2011, titled Bonnie Lowenthal chooses Assembly re-election run over Senate seat bid. In it, Press-Telegram reports that:

After considering a bid for state Senate, Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal announced Friday that she plans to run for re-election instead.

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Honest Abe

AOL

#1 Nov 5, 2011
I just saw that crazy Mayor Quan woman who did nothing as her City burned. How did LB Dems let her end up in Oakland? Quan is ideally suited for Long Beach. She is crazy enough.

Let's not let Oakland steal our thunder. LB voters are every bit as willing to see their City and State destroyed as any other Dem majortiy City's Voters in the State. Draft Quan now.
Huh

Long Beach, CA

#2 Nov 5, 2011
If Laura gets booted out of Congress can she run against Bonnie? It would be tragic to let a "talent" like Laura go to waste.
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#3 Nov 6, 2011
I am often asked by besieged overtaxed and underrepresented Long Beachers among the city's tiny "normal" community just what will the Lowenthal gang be up to next? This is a difficult question to answer with certitude, because as events since the revolution have shown, revolutionary leaders are ingenious in their dreaming up of ideas with which they use to harass those who are forced to pay the freight.

Judging from past experience, though, we can come up with a few educated guesses. For example, the success the Lowenthal gang has had in imposing Lowenthal grocery bag harassment taxes on ordinary overtaxed worker ("middle") class Long Beachers gives insight as to "the next step to progress".

A bring your own reusable cup when patronizing revolutionary Council licensed and controlled overpricing coffee shops? A lowenthal coffee cup tax imposed on those non-politically correct coffee drinkers who insist on marching to the beat of their own drummer?

How about a Lowenthal tax designed for the purpose of being imposed on "free-spirit" anti-social types who show their contempt for the revolutionary ruling class by refusing to bring their own reusable dinnerware and eating utensils when dining in the city's overcharging revolutionary Council licensed and controlled restaurants?

These are just some of the possibilities that the Lowenthal gang and their fellow revolutionaries *(now in power)* may be cooking up to keep the so-called "normals" off balance. No doubt the reader can think of many more possibilities that, even now, are being dreamed up for the purpose of continuing the ongoing harassment of the hard working taxpaying minority.

Ronald
Progressive Ha Ha Ha

Long Beach, CA

#4 Nov 6, 2011
Ronald wrote:
I am often asked by besieged overtaxed and underrepresented Long Beachers among the city's tiny "normal" community just what will the Lowenthal gang be up to next? This is a difficult question to answer with certitude, because as events since the revolution have shown, revolutionary leaders are ingenious in their dreaming up of ideas with which they use to harass those who are forced to pay the freight.
Judging from past experience, though, we can come up with a few educated guesses. For example, the success the Lowenthal gang has had in imposing Lowenthal grocery bag harassment taxes on ordinary overtaxed worker ("middle") class Long Beachers gives insight as to "the next step to progress".
A bring your own reusable cup when patronizing revolutionary Council licensed and controlled overpricing coffee shops? A lowenthal coffee cup tax imposed on those non-politically correct coffee drinkers who insist on marching to the beat of their own drummer?
How about a Lowenthal tax designed for the purpose of being imposed on "free-spirit" anti-social types who show their contempt for the revolutionary ruling class by refusing to bring their own reusable dinnerware and eating utensils when dining in the city's overcharging revolutionary Council licensed and controlled restaurants?
These are just some of the possibilities that the Lowenthal gang and their fellow revolutionaries *(now in power)* may be cooking up to keep the so-called "normals" off balance. No doubt the reader can think of many more possibilities that, even now, are being dreamed up for the purpose of continuing the ongoing harassment of the hard working taxpaying minority.
Ronald
Ya gotta admit, Ron....living in lowenthalland is a HOOT! It is a lot more exciting than living in a rationally governed American city where citizens make positive political choices which lead to a brighter future for their families.

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