Long Beach City Councilman Robert Garcia appointed to California Coastal Commission

Jan 9, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Press-Telegram

The position on the powerful commission, which has vast authority to regulate land use along the state's 1,100-mile coastline, does not require Garcia to give up his elected seat on the Long Beach City Council.

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Bob Lewis

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Jan 10, 2013
 
What were Garcia's qualifications for that important Job?
head hunter

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Bob Lewis wrote:
What were Garcia's qualifications for that important Job?
He was involved in student government at Long Beach State College.
CSULB Josh

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No one expects qualifications, education, or expertise.
Robert is a committed Union funding operative. That is all it takes to "qualify" for any tax payer funded "job" in what remains of Long Beach.
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right, I guess 4 years as a councilman and a PhD aren't qualifications
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right, I guess 4 years as a councilman and a PhD aren't qualifications
Almost correct. They aren't relevant qualifications, and his record of judgement isn't so great. Might be partly because the man has little business experience, since he is an aspiring professional politician.
He's made some pretty stupid decisions, and he doesn't even have the introspection to understand how stupid he looks, much less be embarrassed. He'll be a total mess working for the coastal commission. He lacks judgement, and that's not something he can learn.
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right, I guess 4 years as a councilman and a PhD aren't qualifications
Getting a PHD in nonsense and being an elected politician in this city is are embarrassments...
CSULB Josh

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analyst wrote:
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Almost correct. They aren't relevant qualifications, and his record of judgement isn't so great. Might be partly because the man has little business experience, since he is an aspiring professional politician.
He's made some pretty stupid decisions, and he doesn't even have the introspection to understand how stupid he looks, much less be embarrassed. He'll be a total mess working for the coastal commission. He lacks judgement, and that's not something he can learn.
"Business experience" is the kiss of death in Calif politics. The Unions prefer to Buy politicians who don't have enough real life experience to know how devastating the impact of their never ending demands are for CA families.
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right, I guess 4 years as a councilman and a PhD aren't qualifications
Yeah, a PhD from Long Beach State!

Bwaaa ha ha ha hahahahahaaaha ha ha ha haaaaaa!

you moron.

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