Who is the worst VIB politician?

Who is the worst VIB politician?

Created by Poll Cat on Nov 8, 2012

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Gomes

Brown

Kondylis

Schively

Cloutier

Pearsall

Poll Cat

Brisbane, CA

#1 Nov 8, 2012
Now that the perilous era of VIB politics suffered its death blow, with the defeat of Tony Intintoli for Solano County Supervisor, blocking the path to that seat for Katy Meissner, we can sigh a breath of relief and reflect back upon the awful time they subjected the good people of Valleo to.

Who do you believe is the worst VIB politician on the list?
Poll Cat

Brisbane, CA

#2 Nov 8, 2012
Now that the VIB political machine has suffered its death blow with the defeat of Katy Meissner's stepping stone Supervisor candidate Intintoli, we can all breath a sigh of relief and reflect back upon the destruction these demons wrought upon Vallejo while deciding who you believe is the worst VIB politician on the list?
Captain

Dublin, CA

#4 Nov 8, 2012
Poll Cat wrote:
Now that the perilous era of VIB politics suffered its death blow, with the defeat of Tony Intintoli for Solano County Supervisor, blocking the path to that seat for Katy Meissner, we can sigh a breath of relief and reflect back upon the awful time they subjected the good people of Valleo to.
Who do you believe is the worst VIB politician on the list?
The bigger issue is that a failed politician, Erin Hannigan, has been promoted to higher level of responsibility - overseeing a much larger budget. This isn't a win for anyone but the unions that could care less about anything other than promoting a good servant.

Michael Wilson couldn't name three things he accomplished as a Vallejo councilman - actually he couldn't even name one thing he accomplished. I doubt Erin can name one thing she's accomplished - other than her claims about helping Vallejo exit bankruptcy & her work on pension reform, neither of which are true.

The truth is Erin Hannigan has been a lousy representative of Vallejo taxpayers. My hope is that she's learned from her experience and won't repeat the same obvious mistakes of the past. My fear is that because her failures have been financially rewarded due to her solidarity with the public employee unions that she has learned the wrong lessons and will continue to reward her donors while selling tax payers short.

So, dumbass, it isn't about you but is about taxpayers being represented. That's how it is suppose to work but apparently union money, fliers, and feet on the street won the election. It certainly wasn't her record. By the way, one of the biggest contributing factors of business failures is poor & unqualified management teams.

Unfortunately, if Erin hasn't learned anything, we can expect the county to go bankrupt before Vallejo re-enters bankruptcy. And, I'll support Erin until she does something fiscally irresponsible. Time to start with a blank slate and hope Hannigan does a better job as a supe than she did for Vallejo. That shouldn't be too difficult.

Good luck Erin, I hope you surprise me by becoming an independent thinker and a respectable county supervisor!
Poll Cat

Brisbane, CA

#5 Nov 8, 2012
Craptain you and your VIB kind have been politically neutered. You paltry rhetoric is more meaningless now that it was prior to the election.

Hannigan won, you and your VIB buds lost.

The VIB political machine is dead and you are like the morons on Facebook who can;t get over Romney's defeat and are philosophy-sing it until we puke!
Captain

Dublin, CA

#6 Nov 8, 2012
Poll Cat wrote:
Craptain you and your VIB kind have been politically neutered. You paltry rhetoric is more meaningless now that it was prior to the election.
Hannigan won, you and your VIB buds lost.
The VIB political machine is dead and you are like the morons on Facebook who can;t get over Romney's defeat and are philosophy-sing it until we puke!
Sam, this isn't about who won the election. Yes, Erin won the election, but this issue has much more depth & consequenses than just WINNING an election. The people that have won their elections need to produce results or we are ALL losers. I hope Erin is a better representative for the county, which effects Vallejo as well, than she was a councilwoman.

Only time will tell if Erin has grown as a politician. In the meantime you should grow-up!
we are all Sam

Brisbane, CA

#7 Nov 8, 2012
Craptain, even you are afflicted with the pin the tail on the Sam syndrome.

How many of the people that elected Hannigan are named Sam?:

Supervisor 1st Supervisorial District
Vote for no more than 1
(WITH 31 OF 31 PRECINCTS COUNTED)
ERIN HANNIGAN ......... 11,466
ANTHONY J. "TONY" INTINTOLI JR.... 8,743

Results?

Kondylis' Results = 0
Schively's Results = 0
Gomes Results = 0
Brown's Results = 0
Pearsall's Results = 0
Cloutier's Results = 0
Captain

Dublin, CA

#8 Nov 9, 2012
we are all Sam wrote:
Craptain, even you are afflicted with the pin the tail on the Sam syndrome.
It doesn't really matter if Sam is Sam, or you are Sam, or even someone else channeling Sam. My point(s) remains the same. Erin Hannigan winning the election, and she did, doesn't begin to solve our very serious problems and, promoting failed politicians to increased positions of responsibility doesn't solve anything. In case it has escaped you or others, promoting candidates that are unqualified to manage a 7-11 doesn’t bode well for our future.

Again, I hope Hannigan will do a significantly better job as a County Supervisor than she did as a failed, IMO, city council woman. I won't hold my breath but I do hope she can find it within her conscience/sphere of influence to actually consider taxpayers in her future decisions. We will see.

Now, with that said, Vallejo and the County of Solano are facing some extreme pension & OPEB issues. To make matters worse CalPERS assets have grown by ZERO percent over the past sixteen months - and NOT the 7.75% return they claim they can achieve. What that means is that the pension costs are rising out of control because a ZERO percent return over the past sixteen months equates to an additional tax payer burden of 24 billion for all CalPERS plans.

For Vallejo it means, approximately, an additional 26 million in unfunded pension liability in just the past 16 months. Now add that to the 250 million already owed and you are looking at about 276 million in debt - that needs to be paid - for work that has already been consumed.

276 million dollars needs to be paid by Vallejo residents/taxpayers and not one penny of that money will go toward one single ounce of additional service. Esplain that Lucy!
Sam has No Brain

South San Francisco, CA

#13 Nov 9, 2012
Captain- told try to use logic when you are talking to sam kurshan. he is so whacko even the homeless in san francisco want nothing to do with fatso

(by the way sam- you were not allowed inside erin's victory party. and she also wants nothing to o wih you)
Dickie the enraged -t-urd

Concord, CA

#14 Nov 9, 2012
he is now political trash wrote:
<quoted text>all bs! go away, vallejo is not any of your business! bioya, hannigan whupped up on tony "nice guy" intintoli, the debt to vallejo has been marked paid, by erin hannigan.
$200,000 war chest would even get sammie elected to office.

LOL!

(t)urd enragement!
Dickie the enraged -t-urd

Concord, CA

#16 Nov 9, 2012
Crybaby Miller wrote:
<quoted text>Yep, money talks and win elections! Maybe PEU1 should have saved their money, right JD?
Viva Hannigan, so long Tony, no job and pension spike for you!
Yes Hitler's Joseph Goebbels once said "The bigger the lie the more people will believe it" and having a ridiculous amount of money (The most in Supervisor's races history) to repeat those lies certainly helped, and is nothing to be proud of. Hannigan is every bit of $200,000 a liar and eventually the fake reality she created with $200,000 will come back to haunt her, in fact her legacy in Vallejo is going to be the bad news gift that keeps on giving.

LOL!

(t)urd enragement!
The HammerofTruth

Walnut Creek, CA

#17 Nov 9, 2012
Did Sam vote for Erin? Hmmm, convicted felons can vote huh? That would explain alot.
Dickie the enraged -t-urd

Concord, CA

#20 Nov 9, 2012
Crybaby Miller wrote:
<quoted text>But you said she would not win, right? So in conclusion, the way to get elected and re-elected in Vallejo is to support the police, impose business unfriendly taxes, be dumb as a brick, and lie. You saw it work, twice.
Pension envy!
Erinragement!!
LOL! If she spent what an honest person spends she would have lost..

LOL!

(t)urd enragement!
woulda coulda schmuda

Brisbane, CA

#22 Nov 9, 2012
Woulda coulda schmuda.

VIB political herd of not so strong hag women DEAD!

VIB scumbag piece of s h i t enragement!

FOTFLMAO!
we are all Hannigan

Brisbane, CA

#23 Nov 9, 2012
Now that the perilous era of VIB politics suffered its death blow, with the defeat of Tony Intintoli for Solano County Supervisor, blocking the path to that seat for Katy Meissner, we can sigh a breath of relief and reflect back upon the awful time they subjected the good people of Valleo to.

Who do you believe is the worst VIB politician on the list?

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