Alright, something is up, because all of the sudden a lot of people seem to be pushing for Zuma Dogg on the Mayor Sam blog in the comment section. Perhaps it was the ZD/Tamar Galatzan Fence Straddlers, who after this weekend's LAUSD flier controversy surrounding Galatzan's campaign tactics, I think a bunch of people may have made their decision this weekend. And it looks like a bunch of people are piling on with PRO-ZUMA DOGG spin for the September 22nd L.A. City Council election. Here are some highlights from the most recent comments from Mayor Sam readers. (An inside crowd, indeed. And let me thank some of my previous foes who are now spinning for the Dogg side. YOU HAVE RESTORED MY FAITH IN HUMANITY!)
Our neighborhood group of concerned CD-2 citizens met today. We analyzed the candidates, their positions and their track records. We have decided to endorse David Saltsman and intend to put the full weight of our organization behind him. Say what you want about him but he has a better City Council attendance record than most of the current sitting council people.
This district always gets the short shrift as our elected council representatives always leave us when something better comes along, i.e. Joel Wachs and Wendy Greuel.
Candidates Tamar Galatzan and Paul Kerkorian have already demonstrated that they will leave their duly elected positions when something better comes along. They're really nothing more than political opportunists. Galatzan wants to raise your taxes on her way out of LAUSD. Kerkorian won't even take a position on releasing 27,000 criminals from the prisons. If either of them were to get this seat, you can count on them taking off when the Mayor's seat opens up or when Wendy Greuel abandons her seat to run for Mayor.
Candidate Chris Essel is really not prepared for this position and was only put up for this race so she could do the bidding of the Mayor and all the special interests that are funding her campaign.
You all may look at these three candidates' fundraising reports and be impressed, however we look at them as bought and paid for by all the corporate and special interest money that's purchased these candidates.
You won't have to worry about any of that with David Saltsburg (Zuma Dogg) because he will not be indebted to these corporate interests.
It's time we elect an outsider to go into City Hall who will speak for the people, and not their own selfish ambitions.
Please join us as this district makes history by electing an outsider to a City Council seat, and we all begin to turn this city around.