May 28, 2009
… venice is clearly not interested in local elections….
if you have an idea on how to make venice better…. post it on this blog. its much more democratic.
let the masses decide.
whoever is elected by a couple hundred votes should treat themselves to dinner at mcdonalds.. then go home and think about how no one cares.
May 30, 2010
It's been one year now, sometimes elections really do matter.
February 17, 2010
That Last election was pure BULLSH!T – Nobody knew most of the candidates (Including me), had no idea of their hidden anti-gentrification and pro-nonprofit social service advocacy attitudes, or that they will twist, lie and cheat to get their way, phucking over their neighbors to prove their "progressive" points…….
Even when I pointed out what was going to happen after researching these wacko town wreckers and supporting Mariana, Scott and Joe Murphy. These people have been even worse that I imagined that they could be, both as being of conflicted interest with vast social service connections but some of questionable moral character (and I am saying that using very loose Venice propriety standards!!!)…
After this Board's continuous clusterphuck, I think that Venice residents might get out and vote for something better – I might be wrong, and then it also might depend on how loose the "stakeholder" requirements will be – will they arrange it so the bums can vote???????
January 16, 2011
October 11, 2010
My wife is laughing and said it sounds like the Chicago Daley machine where even the dearly departed vote multiple times. She grew up in a Chicago suburb where to run for city council one had to sign an affidavit they were not a member of the Mafia. What a political dynamic, the Mafia machine verses the Daley machine….. Is there a difference? Similarly, locally it is observed the social service mafia to a large degree controls the politics in our immediate area.
January 16, 2011