Sunday, September 7, 2008

Delgadilldo In The Shady Spotlight Again (What a low-class, dummy, criminal he is!)

Boy, that Rocky Delgadildo represents everything wrong with City Hall polticians. You can take a low-life, scumbag like Rocky; send him to a top college, put him in a suit, fund his campaign with cartel drug money, and hide behind organized crime figures who have their hooks in you...

AND YOU ARE STILL A SCUMBAG. I think the people of Los Angeles need to start paying a little closer attention to the character of the street-level, scumbags they are putting in charge of the city.

You could put Tony Sorprano in a suit, but that doesn't change the culture of entitlement and criminal mindset that he suffers from. If you want to get to the REAL problem at City Hall, you need a passport to follow the money trail.

ROCKY, VILLARAIGOSA...two corrupt politicians that would never ever be there if it were not for cartel money coming into this region that is used to back the campaigns of the career politicians. THEN, once they get one foot in, the big corporate boys pick em up like a talent scout pulling someone out of the minor leagues and getting the career backing of a major league organization and the major league budget that goes along with it...

AND NOW THESE GUYS JUST HAVE TOO MANY FAVORS TO PAY BACK!

(What do you think will happen to Antonio if Wyvernwood doesn't get built, soon? That Florida money don't play, son.)

Legal bill tossed as excessive
By Kerry Cavanaugh
Article Last Updated: 09/06/2008 11:31:37 PM PDT

A federal judge has found that two law firms inflated their bills to the city by $900,000, renewing concerns that City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo has spent too much money and provided too little oversight on outside counsel.

Legal bill tossed as excessive

A federal judge has found that two law firms inflated their bills to the city by $900,000, renewing concerns that City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo has spent too much money and provided too little oversight on outside counsel. But Delgadillo's office defended the firms, saying his staff approved each bill before payment.

[OF COURSE HE APPROVED THEM, HE WAS TRYING TO FUNNEL MONEY TO HIS CRONIES!]

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