Friday, August 21, 2009

Beware Villaragiosa Spinners; They are out there on the blogs and REALLY, REALLY Desperate To Cover Stuff Up (Spin You Away...Nothing to see here!)

First of all, someone is bragging in the comment section of other blogs how LA Weekly PROVED Villaraiogsa knew NOTHING about Adelman until he heard about it on the news. O.K., so what. The issue I brought up was how quickly Villaraigosa put out the press release of the news based on only a search warrant being issued. AND, it doesn't PROVE that Villaraigosa knew nothing about the events. It only says that he acted upon it within minutes of a report being broadcast. KEEP SPINNING VILLARAIGOSA. Here's an excerpt from LA Weekly that has the mayor's blog posters spinning all about how the mayor is just A-O.K. and Zuma Dogg is so, so bad:

"Several pages from a search warrant in the case were first posted on the news Web site TheEnterpriseReport.com run by freelance network-news producer Eric Longabardi, who chose to redact the names on his Web site until police were ready to go public.

Adelman was identified in broadcast reports, and within minutes, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa had sent Adelman instructions not to report to work."

So based on a broadcast report where no arrest was made and still has not been made, within minutes, Adelman is instructed not to report to work merely becasue a search warrant had been issued and the mayor pours fuel on the fire by issuing a press release . ANYTHING TO KEEP HIM FROM ISSUING THE MAYS FAMILY (CLEAR CHANNEL BILLBOARD) CITATIONS!!!

I wonder if the mayor will step down within minutes when a search warrant is issued concerning HIS office?

YOU WANT TO KEEP THE STORY ALIVE...SO THANKS FOR REMINDING ME WHAT A MAFIOSA-STYLE THUG THE MAYOR OF LOS ANGELES IS. HE'S GOING DOWN!!! WHEELS ARE IN MOTION!

NOTE TO AGENDIZED SPINNERS REGARDING ALL ITEMS: PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR EYES ARE OPEN WHEN YOU READ A "BIG BOY'S" BLOG LIKE ZUMA DOGG'S LA DAILY BLOG. Sometimes I will use big words like, "rumor." As in, "Zuma Dogg heard a rumor..." That is usually a cue that the item is something I heard in a conversation that may, or may not be true (as in the definition of "rumor") -- and I am posting it for others to check out further, as in other bloggers, blog readers and newspaper reporters. So please be careful...if you only read SOME of the words, you may become confused. OR, you may simply be purposefully taking my comments out of context as a candidate who is worried about the momemtum of your opponent's candidacy. KEEP SPINNING! Do you really think your typical community member (who is NOT a poltical operative) is so HELL BENT on posting comments like, "Now that Zuma is wrong about (blank)," when FIRST OF ALL, you have not PROVEN the item was wrong...and secondly, the first sentence of the post says, "Here is a RUMOR that I heard...". WHO IS SO COMMITTED TO PROVING SOMETHING IS WRONG, ONLY BY LEAVING OUT THE FACT THAT IT SAYS "RUMOR". Why didn't you say, "Zuma Dogg posted something that he said was a rumor he heard and I haven't seen any evidence of it elsewhere." BIG DIFFERENCE SPIN-LOSER!

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