Worst Legislator in California, Part II: Charles Calderon Lets...

Jun 1, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: LA Weekly

State Sen. Ron Calderon and his brother Assembly Majority Leader Charles Calderon, carry on a family tradition every Thanksgiving.

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Trash talk

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Jun 2, 2011
 

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This link should work
http://www.laweekly.com/2011-06-02/news/worst...

Why Me?
Me and my South San Gabriel neighbors are sooo lucky to have the Caldrons while our Neighbors north across the 60 freeway get to have Judy Chu and Mike Eng who may be husband and wife Democrats but at least they are OUR democrats.

Note: View this story at laweekly.com to read a list of Charles Calderon's Top 10 Special-Interest Backers.
http://laweekly.com/
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#2
Jun 2, 2011
 
We are so lucky to have Mike Eng. Gloria Romero was much better than the Calderons.
However all these dems sold out the environmental movement and CEQA to the LA Federation of Labor and Republican Ed Rotski.
Just Reading

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The Calderons are truly the worst legislators in California. The three brothers and Tom's wife should all be investigated by the AG.
Trash talk

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Jun 3, 2011
 
Best Legislators money can buy
but wait
There's Huff and Hagman
Actually most all of them were Bought and paid for by the City of Industry Stadium crowd.

“Hilltop Park Above All”

Since: Sep 08

Montebello, CA

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Jun 4, 2011
 
The LA times has now become involved. I wonder if this is related kharmically or otherwise to the Calderon's apparent support for destroying last open space Hills in Montebello.

Here's the story. It's also posted on Topix.

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-centr...
Remember

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Jun 9, 2011
 
42 yr North Mtb resident wrote:
The LA times has now become involved. I wonder if this is related kharmically or otherwise to the Calderon's apparent support for destroying last open space Hills in Montebello.
Here's the story. It's also posted on Topix.
http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-centr...
Is that the last open space in Montebello that no one has legal access to? You know, the one with the dirty oil fields on it.

“Hilltop Park Above All”

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Jun 9, 2011
 
Remember wrote:
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Is that the last open space in Montebello that no one has legal access to? You know, the one with the dirty oil fields on it.
That is the last open space that all Montebello had legal access to BEFORE PXP bought it. Judging by what I saw when I used to explore the Hills, and PXP's abysmal spill record, they also introduced the 'dirty oil fields', too.
Remember

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Jun 9, 2011
 
42 yr North Mtb resident wrote:
<quoted text>That is the last open space that all Montebello had legal access to BEFORE PXP bought it. Judging by what I saw when I used to explore the Hills, and PXP's abysmal spill record, they also introduced the 'dirty oil fields', too.
It's funny you say that, because I read in the times, that NO ONE has had LEGAL access to the hills for the past 100 years.

Now, I'll grant you that many people in the past have taken it upon themselves to stroll through the hills not knowing it was illegal and that they were trespassing, but PXP didn't implement the legality of the trespassing, they just enforced it.

You just want to keep the dirty oil fields up there.

“Hilltop Park Above All”

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Jun 9, 2011
 
Remember wrote:
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It's funny you say that, because I read in the times, that NO ONE has had LEGAL access to the hills for the past 100 years.
Now, I'll grant you that many people in the past have taken it upon themselves to stroll through the hills not knowing it was illegal and that they were trespassing, but PXP didn't implement the legality of the trespassing, they just enforced it.
You just want to keep the dirty oil fields up there.
Cite the date that anyone other than Cook-Hill, who doesnn't know anything about the history of Montebello, has said that. Since it doesn't exist, I won't hold my breath.

“Hilltop Park Above All”

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Jun 9, 2011
 
One of the benefits of living in Montebello for more than 42 years is that I and many others actually lived the history that CH won't acknowledge.
Trash Talk

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Jun 9, 2011
 
Remember has no idea what he is talking about.
as usual

My boy scout troop had regular overnight camp-outs in the hills with the full permission of the Oil company and the ground lessee Roy Johnson, whose Johnson's ranch house in beautiful Sycamore canyon is now under the Mall.

So did the girl scouts.
Expect Theolona to post later,
she was there,
which you obviously were not.
We hunted for arrowheads,
ate "hobo stew" aka "coffee can stew",
played capture the flag,
took the new guys on "snipe hunts",
stayed away from the numerous oil sumps

quit making stuff up
reality check

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Jun 9, 2011
 
What should concern everyon about REMEMBER is that all of his posts are just recycled "diarrah of the mouth" from the previous electiona and recall.
To ask that he create his own threads and quit SPAMMING these threads is entirely appropriate.
What is his agenda?
Certainly not clean politics in Montebello.

“Hilltop Park Above All”

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Jun 9, 2011
 
Trash Talk wrote:
Remember has no idea what he is talking about.
as usual
My boy scout troop had regular overnight camp-outs in the hills with the full permission of the Oil company and the ground lessee Roy Johnson, whose Johnson's ranch house in beautiful Sycamore canyon is now under the Mall.
So did the girl scouts.
Expect Theolona to post later,
she was there,
which you obviously were not.
We hunted for arrowheads,
ate "hobo stew" aka "coffee can stew",
played capture the flag,
took the new guys on "snipe hunts",
stayed away from the numerous oil sumps
quit making stuff up
My second or third grade class from LME also 'trooped' up into the Hills for a field trip, LEGALLY, with the permission of the gatekeeper, who any Montebello resident could call if they wanted permission before entering the Hills. More common was individuals just going through many well travelled and known breaks in the fence to trek into the Hills without opposition (and often with the acquiescence of) from any oil field employee or manager, as long as they kept away from the oil pumping stations.

“Hilltop Park Above All”

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Jun 9, 2011
 
Of course, all that changed when PXP built the Iron Curtain around the Hills.
reality check

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Jun 9, 2011
 
These truths should be self evident to even the most casual observer.
Remember has been informed of the truth many times.
He chooses to repeat his mis-truths.
Why?
Montebello Old Timer

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#16
Jun 9, 2011
 
Its time to take your head out of the sand and make the cuts and stop asking for money that cant be payed back why do I still see a lot of shinny new city trucks just driving around and every time I go up or down Whittier bl I see a Montebello transportation van at the in and out or other fast food place who is paying for that gas boys and girls the good times are over man up and make the cuts so I dont have to pay any higher taxes I know I cant get a forgivable loan can you.....
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Jun 10, 2011
 
42 yr North Mtb resident wrote:
<quoted text>Cite the date that anyone other than Cook-Hill, who doesnn't know anything about the history of Montebello, has said that. Since it doesn't exist, I won't hold my breath.
Ahhhhhhhhhh, you are correct. I thought I read it in the times, but I was mistaken, I read it in the "Montebello Life" magazine.

I guess I should have referred to the hills as "private property" for the past 100 years with no public access unless you had permission as so many of you have now stated.

So, I was wrong about the publication from where I got the information, but I am still correct regarding that the Hills is private property and no one has a legal right to be on the property unless of course, they get permission, as many of you have stated.

I apologize for stating the wrong publication, but I thank you for re-enforcing my argument.
Trash talk

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Jun 10, 2011
 
Remember You are not alone.
Chevron had very neighbor friendly policies.
Then there was Stocker.
PXP's collective memory does not go back to Chevron.
PXP also does not have lessees like Roy Johnson and his kids Judy and Jimmy
There used to be no problem driving up Sycamore canyon from Arroyo Drive, waving at the Johnson's and continuing over the hill to Montebello.
In or out you were just "visiting the Johnson's"
if anyone ever asked, but they never did.
SCE is also not as liberal with it's rights of way as it used to be.
Must be liability fears.
Nice tap dance with the private property argument
common sense

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Jun 10, 2011
 
Trash talk wrote:
Remember You are not alone.
Chevron had very neighbor friendly policies.
Then there was Stocker.
PXP's collective memory does not go back to Chevron.
PXP also does not have lessees like Roy Johnson and his kids Judy and Jimmy
There used to be no problem driving up Sycamore canyon from Arroyo Drive, waving at the Johnson's and continuing over the hill to Montebello.
In or out you were just "visiting the Johnson's"
if anyone ever asked, but they never did.
SCE is also not as liberal with it's rights of way as it used to be.
Must be liability fears.
Nice tap dance with the private property argument
Could it be that Chevron and Stocker owned the property in days of "personal responsibility" and "let's not sue the owner, even though it was my mistake" era?

PXP could be a bunch of jerks, or it could be that they have had experiences where people have trespassed on their properties, injured themselves, and sued anyway.

Just a theory...

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Jun 10, 2011
 
Sorry, I meant, "let's sue the owner, even though it was my mistake" era?

My bad.

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