Future political division of the San ...

Future political division of the San Gabriel Valley will rely on the new math of Prop. 20

There are 6 comments on the Pasadena Star-News story from Nov 6, 2010, titled Future political division of the San Gabriel Valley will rely on the new math of Prop. 20. In it, Pasadena Star-News reports that:

In Tuesday's election, he voted "R" straight down the ballot, and he says he has nothing to show for it - from his soon-to-be governor, Democrat Jerry Brown, to his Democratic congresswoman, Rep.

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LDT

Covina, CA

#1 Nov 7, 2010
2 million a year for campaigning ... Wasn't the Democratic creedo this year something about not buying your position ?
Mr Tea Bagger

San Antonio, TX

#2 Nov 7, 2010
Mr. Planty and other disgruntled Republicans can blame the Service Employees International Union, which spends heavily in favor of Democrats.

The SEIU is made up almost entirely of ignorant, illiterate Black and mestizo trash who cannot find any better way to make a living than cleaning toilets after White people use them, and they will do whatever the DNC tells them to do. In Nevada they deliberately skewed voting machines to cast ballots for Harry Reid.

These people get their Food Stamps, Section 8, TANF as a result of Democratic votes in Congress and they know what side their bread is buttered on.
Freddie

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Nov 7, 2010
Representatives, like Judy Chu, are going to have to start paying attention to what the people who actually live and vote in their districts are saying, instead of bowing to every whim of the labor unions.
Canales

Oxnard, CA

#5 Nov 7, 2010
It was not the SEI that paid for or drew the rigged districts. The members of Congress paid one of their best friends to draw it. Then they paid other people to lobby the Legislature to rubber stamp it.

This year the elections in Cali were rife with corruption.
Sherman

Los Angeles, CA

#6 Nov 7, 2010
Canales wrote:
It was not the SEI that paid for or drew the rigged districts. The members of Congress paid one of their best friends to draw it. Then they paid other people to lobby the Legislature to rubber stamp it.
This year the elections in Cali were rife with corruption.
And, where did Ms. Sanchez get the million she spent? Just like all the other
politickians, from the special interests,who are bankrupting this state and this
nation.

And, who are the special interests? The big corporation and the big unions.

That's who!
Mac

Norwalk, CA

#7 Nov 7, 2010
Freddie wrote:
Representatives, like Judy Chu, are going to have to start paying attention to what the people who actually live and vote in their districts are saying, instead of bowing to every whim of the labor unions.
If the districts are redrawn to be fair, Judy Chu will be history.

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