Monday, July 23, 2007

County Takes Over Recall Election

Lynwood, CA - State legislature voted on Friday to allow county election officials to take over Lynwood's recall election.

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Read Story from Wavenewspapers here.

82 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pimpsuits -

Those bowtie clowns you brought to the clowncil meeting

DONT SCARE ANYBODY!

What is this, 5th grade?

You are not going to scare us!.
No matter how many Mohammeds you bring.

Anonymous said...

HEY EVERYONE!

Go to this website and take the test on Racism (sponsored by Harvard University)...

How do you score?

https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/demo/selectatest.html

Anonymous said...

My score read:

"Your data suggest a moderate automatic preference for European American compared to African American."

Before you start throwing the R word around....take the test and tell me what you score!

Be honest.

Anonymous said...

For all the people whot think Aide hasn't done enough for Lynwood. You can all thank Aide Castro for this bill.

Anonymous said...

Good job and thank you Hector!

Anonymous said...

I don't know about Aide, I understand that lots of people met with him and asked him to do something.

Aide, don't try to get all the credit.

Anonymous said...

You mean thanks to Arnoldo Beltran!

Anonymous said...

Hector "En La Torre"! should worry about South Gate which is becoming a dump thanks to the puppet morons he put as council members.

Stop blaming Robles for your and your co-horts inepness.

The county was going to oversee the election anyway.

Andrea could not be trusted as she is running for council and the council's selection for official is clueless about elections.

Hector is just grand standing and deflecting attention away from the run-down town South Gate is becoming.

Anonymous said...

We are sooooo lucky to have Aide saving this city. SHIT!

Anonymous said...

you know whatttttttttttttttt ass O we don't need to be thanking anybody (*&^^% aide castro she can kiss my ass for all i care about her...... she is a rata tooo no matter what she does.... stop writing about yourself aide..

bruja segunda....

Anonymous said...

It's funny when soneone does something good. You want to still put her down. I think Leticia and Fernando are jealous of Aide. It was Aide the one who sent the letter of request to De La Torre. She and the proponents met with Lowenthal and Sanchez. I don't care what anyone says. It was Aide the one who sent the letter with all the information requesting the bill. If the county didn't take over the election Deborah Jackson and the council would have ran the election. And they would have cheated the same way they cheated in 2005. We all know Ramon won that election. Alfreddie blames Richards for cheating and he did the same.

Anonymous said...

Aide has done nothing for the Lynwood. Whatever action she has taken it has been out of self-interest. Think about it. She worked hard on the recall. For the sake of Lynwood or because she knows that it was her only chance to get elected. Under the normal process she has no chances.
She met with everyone she could regarding the electoral process in September. Again. Was it for the sake of our city or for the sake of her own political (or should I say Economic) interest. Come on Aide, we know what you want and all that you have done so far has been out of self interest. We are on to you!!!

Anonymous said...

If she did it for self interest why didn't she take one of the easy seats that don't require her to run again in November? It looks to me she has to work twice as hard. Try again Leticia, you are just jealous of her.

Anonymous said...

The only thing Aide has done for Lynwood is taking $ 40,000.00 and a house from us. She now wants to take more by getting elected in order to continue her cousin's steps. Beware of her.

Anonymous said...

Yes you can all thank Aide for exposing all the corrupt individuals on the City Council. This was no easy task and Aide has demonstrated to all of us how big her balls are. Good-bye Leticia and good riddance.

Anonymous said...

Can you tell us of the corruption Leticia has been involved in? Please give examples...

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Yes you can all thank Aide for exposing all the corrupt individuals on the City Council. This was no easy task and Aide has demonstrated to all of us how big her balls are. Good-bye Leticia and good riddance.

5:07 PM, July 25, 2007
Anonymous said...

Can you tell us of the corruption Leticia has been involved in? Please give examples...

10:46 PM, July 25, 2007
Yes, please cite specific examples. I have supported Leticia and plan to support her in the special election; but if you have information that may make me change my mind let's put it out in the open. Please give examples.

Anonymous said...

Aide is only ONE of the residents who fought corrupt councilmembers. As far as I see, aren't you giving yourself tooooo much credit?

Anonymous said...

Aide is only ONE of the residents who fought corrupt councilmembers. As far as I see, aren't you giving yourself tooooo much credit?

Anonymous said...

no one should thank aide.
she did it because she want it to do it. that was her right and that's it.

Tupac said...

Aide,
What about the examples of corruption that you were supposed to cite. I also want to know.

Anonymous said...

PORNOZA said:

"And third, it’s a slap in the face because there was no communication from De La Torre.”


DUH!...THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT YOU CLOWNCILMEMBERS NEEDED!!!!!!

michael said...

PORNOZA said:

"He said the recall is being run by a bunch of racist, power-hungry people..."

Which part of it is Racist?

The two Latinos or the two Blacks being recalled?

Anonymous said...

Aide, why are you named first on who worked the recall. Wasn't it you who hid in your house until the last two weeks of the recall? Sylvia Ortiz is the only person I saw daily working it! It was Ortiz that served the council with the letter of intent. It was Ortiz that made the recall happen. She did ALL the work, took all the chances and got fucked in the end. Give credit were credit is due. Sylvia Ortiz should have pulled papers for the recall election she would have deserved and earned the seat.It is her face that the residents remember not yours Aide.
I hope Ortiz runs soon and stops helping greedy individuals. The others names that you have listed are mostly made up of people you have brainwashed or paid for thier campaigns. You should know that anyone who is anyone now knows how you are and how low you will go to sit on council. Everyone is on to you and laughing at you.

Anonymous said...

Aide Castro's house is no longer on the project map. I guess that's what she has been secretley discussing with Mcdonald. She'll end up being the agent who sells those overpriced house's back to the same people that trusted her.

Anonymous said...

All you people are crooks. I would not vote for you if my life dependet on it. Lord help Lynwood

Anonymous said...

ABA, Anybody But Aide for council. Yes to the recall no to Aide.

Anonymous said...

"Self Interest" Aide did pick the easy seat to run against eventhough she has to run twice to keep it. Vasquez is a done deal. I might think differently of Aide if she ran against Pedroza or Alfredie or even Byrd. But she didn't!!! I'm disappointed too because I want to be able to trust someone running for our City, but there aren't any.

Anonymous said...

Castro's house was never on the project map. She used that to scam the people, but most of us are on to her now. If she is meeting with Macdonald, it must be about something else.$$$$$$$$$$

Anonymous said...

Aide,
You were supposed to substantiate your charges of corruption against Leticia. What happened?
As for you we already know you are corrupt. Or what do you call when you illegally take $40,000 for our money?

Anonymous said...

Aide was photographed secretly meeting with John McDonald.
How will she explain that? when the hit comes out?

I can't wait for the mud fest to start!

Anonymous said...

To comment 7-27-07, Most of your comment is true however, this recall came together because the whole community made it happen. It was the signatures of 5,000 residents. We merely, were the messengers. Now the council would like to kill the messengers. A new day is coming for Lynwood!
Thanks for your support,

Anonymous said...

A note to all the pendejos making all these stupid posts about Aide.

"It is better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool; than open your mouth and be one."

When Aide is elected to council, all you idiots will be kissing her beautifully round shaped butt. Some of you will probably end up with brown noses, because your nose will be deep into her a**hole.

Anonymous said...

5,000 signatures! Wow! In a city of almost 100,000! You have a huge mandate from the community...

losers

Anonymous said...

5000 signatures from people who can not vote, and were optained illegal.
Also I heard Aide is into elder abuse, whats up with that? If you are not latino you have no right to speak up?, and can not asked what is said in spanish, or you be mobed by a bunch of recall proponents lead by Aide. Specially if you are a Senior citizen and by your self.
Aide many people were outside and witnessed how nasty and ignorant you are. Is this how you conduct city business if you get on council? which I doubt very much, you are worthless.

Anonymous said...

We are not loosers
camel toe!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Aide getting elected means the end of Lynwood.

Anonymous said...

"optained illegal"?

"and can not asked what is" ?

"mobed"

"loosers"

You guys give me a freakin' headache trying to read your dribble!

Anonymous said...

Where black and brown collide

Aug 2nd 2007 | DURHAM AND LOS ANGELES
From The Economist print edition
The struggle for political dominance pits natural allies against each other

TWO men will soon stand trial in Los Angeles in a murder case that does not involve white cops, a sportsman or a music producer. As a result, the trial is unlikely to receive minute-by-minute coverage on cable TV. Yet it will reveal as much about the edgy state of race relations in Los Angeles as the cases of Rodney King or O.J. Simpson. Perhaps more so, since it involves the two groups between which there is most tension. The accused men, Ernesto Alcarez and Jonathan Fajardo, are Hispanic. The victim, 14-year-old Cheryl Green—who, prosecutors say, died in a racially motivated attack—was black.

In the rarefied world of national politics (and in America's even more other-worldly universities) blacks and Latinos tend to be lumped together in what Nicol├ís Vaca, a California lawyer, calls a “presumed alliance”. Last month Barack Obama, a Democratic presidential candidate whose father was Kenyan, assured a Hispanic conference that such a bond existed. Quoting Martin Luther King, he called the two groups “brothers in the fight for equality”. On the streets of America's cities, however, rather less lofty attitudes are apparent.

“We're being overrun,” says Ted Hayes of Choose Black America, which has led anti-immigration marches in south-central Los Angeles. “The compa├▒eros have taken all the housing. If you don't speak Spanish they turn you down for jobs. Our children are jumped upon in the schools. They are trying to drive us out.” Not, Mr Hayes emphasises, that he has anything against illegal immigrants personally, or against Mexicans who are in America legally. Indeed, he says, in that useful old phrase, he is friendly with many of them.

Last year Pew, a pollster, found that one-third of blacks believe immigrants take jobs from Americans—more than any other group. Yet in some ways their views were benign. Blacks are less likely than whites or even Hispanics to believe that immigrants end up on welfare or commit crimes. Latinos, on the other hand, appear to make no such concessions. One survey of Durham, in North Carolina, found that 59% of Latinos believed few or almost no blacks were hard-working, and a similar proportion reckoned few or almost none could be trusted. Fewer than one in ten whites felt the same way.

Fifteen years ago such prejudices hardly existed in Durham, for the simple reason that there were hardly any Latinos. Like much of the South, the city was biracial, with roughly equal numbers of blacks and whites. Then came a building boom that drew workers from Mexico, many of them illegal. By 2000 one in 12 residents of Durham was Latino—up from one in 80 a decade earlier. By 2005, one in eight was. Mauricio Castro, a local activist, says the change has hit the city like a storm.

That storm has broken most heavily on the poorest parts of Durham, which happen to be black. It is in largely black neighbourhoods that wooden shacks have been converted into call centres and carnicerias (and it is, inevitably, often blacks who have robbed new arrivals of their weekly wages). In this, Durham is typical. By 2000 blacks in all ten of America's biggest metropolitan areas were more mixed in with Hispanics than with whites. In Los Angeles, former ghettos such as Watts are now biracial.

In poor areas, closeness often means conflict. Los Angeles tallied more than 400 racial hate crimes last year—the most, as a proportion of all hate crimes, for at least a decade (see chart). Blacks fared worst: they comprise just 9% of the population of Los Angeles County but were the victims of 59% of all race-hate crimes. Seven times out of ten, their persecutors were Latino. Hispanics, who make up almost half the population, were victimised by blacks eight-tenths of the time. These numbers greatly understate the violence. They do not, for example, include the victims of a dozen interracial prison riots last year, which left two dead.

Gangs tend to be held responsible for such outrages, which is only partly fair. The 204th Street gang, which is alleged to be behind the murder of Cheryl Green, has a reputation for attacking innocent blacks. And gang members who have done time in California's racially divided jails often develop especially sharp attitudes. Yet gangs often express broadly held views, though in a violent way. Besides, says Robin Toma, the head of the county's human relations commission, gangs can affect the views of law-abiding folk. When bullets start flying, a turf war can easily turn into a broader racial conflict.
The powerless majority

One reason blacks and Latinos have failed to form an alliance is philosophical. The black civil-rights struggle, in the South at least, was mostly about asserting legal rights and demolishing barriers to voting by those who were, in theory, already enfranchised. The Latino struggle is quite different. Its goal is often the selective or non-enforcement of the law, particularly on immigration. A common demand, for example, is for local police not to co-operate with federal immigration agents. And, whereas blacks in the 1960s demanded power in proportion to their numbers as adult citizens, Hispanics want rather more.

Thanks partly to their youth and partly to the fact that many are not citizens, Latinos are not nearly as powerful as their numbers might suggest. In Durham, where they are more than 13% of the population, the Latino vote is negligible. Even in historically Hispanic California they comprise more than a third of the population but cast only about a fifth of the votes. The imbalance between numbers and power irks many Latinos. And since they increasingly live in areas where political power is held by blacks, it often sharpens racial resentments.

In Compton, an independent city in south Los Angeles, Latinos are now 58% of the population—and rising quickly. Yet the mayor and all the members of the council are black. “They got here first, took over from the whites, and now it's difficult for them to let go,” says Alex Leon, a local pastor. Sensing the future tsunami of Latino political power, Compton's mayor has begun to cultivate Hispanics. It may be too late. In the next-door city of Lynwood, Hispanics were largely kept out of power until they became a majority. After seizing control of the city council in 1997 they demolished the black political machine.

Such ethnic squabbles, which are almost inevitable in the zero-sum game of urban politics, can shape attitudes. And they may help to explain one of the most striking features of the 2008 presidential race: the lack of Latino support for Mr Obama. In June a Gallup poll showed that black Democrats were evenly divided between Mr Obama and Hillary Clinton, while whites gave Mrs Clinton a 16-point lead. Among Hispanics, however, the senator from New York led by a crushing 46 points—despite Mr Obama's impeccably liberal line on immigration.

So far, rivalry between blacks and Hispanics has been a mostly working-class affair. But Earl Ofari Hutchinson, who is writing a book on black-Latino relations, reckons that is likely to change. Latinos are already so entrenched in some manual trades that it is hard to see how they can become more dominant. In construction, for example, they account for a quarter of the national workforce and outnumber blacks almost five to one. The next citadels to be stormed will be white-collar, largely female preserves such as public administration, education and health.

In Los Angeles the struggle for such jobs is well under way. Every month the Los Angeles County Chicano Employees Association produces a newsletter illustrating the shortage of Latinos in the top ranks of yet another government office. These reports nearly always show that blacks are over-represented. In the department of children and family services, for example, some 36% of managers are black, 29% are white and just 20% are Hispanic. Yet the reports also show that, over time, Hispanics have steadily taken high-level jobs from both blacks and whites.

If blacks and Hispanics are not brothers in the fight for equality, nor are they locked in a titanic struggle like the one between blacks and whites in the mid-20th-century South. Thankfully, there is far less violence. And the fact that leaders on both sides talk of a common cause probably helps. Yet one thing is the same: the group on top wants to stay there. Indeed, power hard-won from whites may be even more difficult to give up. As parts of Durham begin to resemble south-central Los Angeles, tensions between blacks and Latinos can only increase.

Anonymous said...

If Aide is elected, all projects coming to Lynwood would have to be approved by Raul and Fernando; that means all investors would have to pay bribes to the three of them.

Anonymous said...

Did anyone see the board of superviser's meeting? The city attorney was fed his foot!!!

Anonymous said...

anyone know anything about the new city manager starting on monday?

Anonymous said...

The new city manager was groomed by Paul Richards.

Anonymous said...

Aide has no education she is stupid, she does not know how to relate to people unless she speaks spanish. Don't these people realize how she lies to them and how she uses them? If, and I say if she would get on council she would not even look in their direction. What are her qualifications to run a city? From what I see she depents on her mob and calls them here people. I promise this will get here nowhere. Did she gratuated from high school? She is so dumb.

Anonymous said...

No signatures were obtained illegally. You wish they were Leticia.

Anonymous said...

Well, he is more than likely DAMN GOOD!

Anonymous said...

The new City Manager is about 6'-6". A big difference from that pint size former manager N. Enrique Martinez, that old guy was a peep squeek.

Anonymous said...

Who IS the new city manager? Where did he come from? It should be interesting to be thrown right into the fire. What should his priorities be right away?

Anonymous said...

The new city manager's priority is to continue the Paul Richards' policies. Paul Richards groomed him to be the city manager.

Anonymous said...

HEY COLINS, YOUR GOOD WITH THE GUITAR. I DIDN'T KNOW YOU COULD JAM LIKE THAT HOMIE. GOOD SHOW LAST THURSDAY.

Anonymous said...

He's also good with tha flute...(if you know what I mean!)

- VS

Anonymous said...

VS, what does that mean? I'm curious.

Anonymous said...

So's he!

- Jack

Anonymous said...

THE NEW CITY MANAGER IS AUTRA ADAMS FATHER'S GOD SON.........HE IS ALSO CONNECTED TO PAUL RICHARDS.....WHAT A TRAVISTY THE COUNCIL BROUGHT HIM, RIGHT BEFORE THE ELECTION, TO PASS THIER BS SPECIAL PERKS..........AUTRA MUST BE FIRED..SHE HAS 10 GRIVANCES ON FILE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!! SHE PROTECTS PHYILLS COOPER, AND ALLOWS LORENE REEED TO RUN THE REC DEPT. WE NEED A REAL CM WHO WILL CLEAN HOUSE.....I GUESS WE HAVE TO WAIT FOR A REAL COUNCIL TO COME IN TO DO THAT........SAVE LYNWOOD

Anonymous said...

The new city manager better use his pimp hand on the community at least once or twice....you bloggers need to shape up a bit and pay attention to things that matter.

Anonymous said...

IT IS COMMON KNOWLEDGE THAT A GRIEVANCE MEANS THAT MANAGER IS DOING WHAT IS EXPECTED OF HIM/HER. OF COURSE, THE EMPLOYEES WILL BE UPSET IF THE EXPECTATIONS ARE HIGH AND THEY ARE ACTUALLY REQUIRED TO PERFORM TO CERTAIN STANDARDS. GET A GRIP AND REALIZE THAT MS. ADAMS IS DOING A SUPERB JOB...KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK MS. ADAMS AND REALIZE THAT THEY ARE ONLY JEALOUS OF YOUR SUCCESS ON THE JOB. LET'S ASK THEM TO COMPARE CREDENTIALS.........

Anonymous said...

i agree, autra adams should have been fired a long, long, time ago. the woman is absoulte case of walking misery. A big case i might add.

Anonymous said...

My Peoples,

Cheryl Green was only 14 years old when she was
murdered in her Harbor City-Los Angeles neighborhood
by a Latino male who admitted that he killed her
simply because she was Black. And on the other side
of town some 20 miles north of Cheryl's neighborhood,
three African American men were killed by the Latino
"Avenue" gang for the same reason: Because they were
Black. And there are numerous other killings of
Blacks by Latinos based solely on skin color and
ethnicity. That's right. Just like what Blacks
experienced during the Jim Crow days of the KKK, they
are experiencing again, and their murderers are
often-time Latino. Trust me, I did not want to write
this essay. I am old enough to know that people kill
each other. That Black people kill other Black
people. That Latinos kill other Latinos. But trust
me also when I say that Black people are not killings
Latinos simply because they are Latino. Now they may
retaliate, but that is something different. And I can
hear some of you already as you read this essay
complaining that I am trying to pour gas on fire.
That I should not let these murderous incidents taint
my concern that Latinos are hateful people who despite
their being used like cheap cattle by white corporate
America. Even one incident in this regard would be
cause for alarm, but Latinos are hatin' on Black
people in a way that is even worse than the KKK.
While I have in the past composed a few stories on the
Latino's overwhelming presence in once majority Black
Los Angeles neighborhoods, I have as of late been
quiet, waiting to see how this Catholic Church, USA
government, corporate America campaign to decrease
and/or eliminate Black communities around America is
going to play out.

But I was forced back into action when I saw a news
report that showed a Latino man, Jose Carranza, being
charged with the recent execution-style murder of 3
Black college students in Newark. The fourth victim
struggles in the hospital after also being shot in the
head. And the reporter on this story had the nerve to
say that the motive for this massacre was robbery.
Sorry, but robbery and execution-style bullet assaults
to the head in poor neighborhoods do not jell.

Alright, let me get right to the core of why I have
once again put words together to paint a picture of
the Latino hate against Black people in America: Black
communities (especially in Los Angeles and Oakland/San
Francisco) are being replaced with Latinos (once again
as I stated - with the sponsorship and implementation
of the Catholic Church, USA government and corporate
America). And in Memphis, TN my godmother complains
often how Latinos are slowly but surely taking over
everything Black. And if this the Newark massacre is
not a wake up call to what is "really going on" then I
hang up my hat to what currently is a passive,
drained, overwhelmed, tired, stressed and hopeless
African American community. Call me a racist if you
like, but I know who I am. I am a proud African man
who will not be silent as our community is taken down.

And to act like the "master's" house "nigger" (yes, I
said it), they got Amiri Barack's son talkin' 'bout
"Newark never had any Black/Latino problems." This
clown is typical of your (now mine) present day Black
leader. What this creature fails to accept is that
today there IS tension between the Black and Latino
communities. And it is growing. And until I see
these so-called Latinos (an imperialistic name given
to them by the rich and racist Catholic Church) stop
hatin' on other African Latinos and stop hatin' on
African Americans, I will continue to call they sorry
and pathetic asses out. (I was for their being given
amnesty towards citizenship, but not this way).

Maybe my people are just to "whatever" to see what I
see. Maybe my people do not have the fight they once
had like when they fought to the death to free
themselves from enslavement. Or maybe we are not even
free from that either.


Fige Bornu, Chairman
Positive African Image Institute

TO READ MORE FIGE BORNU ESSAYS GO TO: figebornu.blogspot.com ALSO
VISIT: myspace.com/figebornu "The family sword that binds us can only bend - it
never breaks" - African proverb

Anonymous said...

Does Solache live in Lynwood?
In statement of candidacy to the county clerk, he states the following:

JOSE LUIS SOLACHE
Governing Board Member
P O Box 334
Lynwood, CA 90262
Phone: (310) 490-1869
Email: jlsolache@gmail.com
Web Site: votesolache.com

Notice the P O Box instead of a real address.

Anonymous said...

Hey what happened to the story form the Wave Newspaper about Maria Santillan's being served with recall papers?

IS THIS SELECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE reporting?

What gives!!!!

Anonymous said...

hey web master, why no info on Maria being served recall papers? I for one will kick the ass of anyone who attempts to knock on my door for my families signature. It's clearly an attempt by greedy individuals that need money. I hope you get paid enough for the injuries you'll get. No one will sign on Maria.

Anonymous said...

Get over it!!! Solache uses that address for all his election related mail. He lives on Linden Street. When people file, they have the option to list a different address. You can call the county office and ask them.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know what happened in court, today? Are they still in court? Did the preliminary hearing begin? Or, were the charges dropped?

Fernando and Byrd have told everyone that the charges would be dropped today. Were they?

Anonymous said...

Why so defensive Solache? Did I strike a nerve? On Linden Street ha?

Anonymous said...

The following is one of the saddest comments I have read on this site. Instead of calling the police on illegal activities you seem to approve of it. Sad indeed.

"Leticia, stop having those stupid neighbor to neighbor meetings. No one shows up. The homies from Barlow street say if you block the street again enabling them from conduting buisness you will be CHECKED!!!!!!!!!"

Leticia, Please don't let this type of people intimidate you. They need to be run out of our city.

Anonymous said...

Right! Get over it. Everyboby know he lived in Compton with his mom and dad when he got elected then he moved to Lynwood into Ramon Rodriguez' apartment after Silicone Santillan got her brand new house. that is why they all kiss up to each other and that is why he helped in the recall as a favor to Ramon "el mammon" Rodriguez

Anonymous said...

Yes, you are correct blogger.

Solache lives in a PO Box. He parks his car next to the post office. Great Job Inspector Gadget!!!!!

Anonymous said...

To Fige Bornu,

If you want somebody to hate or kill, enlist in the army and shoot
the other way.

Leave the Latinos alone. They're just like anyone other
minority, working to survive.

Statistically there are more blacks killing blacks, do a google search.
Why don't you write about that?

Use your energy for something more constructive.

Stop spreading racism and ignorance!

Signed,
Aunt Jemima and Motha Fucka

Anonymous said...

Solache,
If you live in Lynwood why do you get so upset? Are you afraid people my discover something? Like where you really live and who you owe your vote to in return for rent.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know whatever happend to Maria Lopez's FPPC violation? She never reported any of her expenses to the county.

Anonymous said...

No cambies de tema Solache.

bLACK rAGE said...

Aunt Jemima????

How racist is that? Do you deny that there are so called "Latinos" who target black people to move us out? Do you deny that there are "Latino" gangs that are killing Black people (non-gang members. Black people have never targeted Mexicans or any other Latino to kill but it is happening to us. Latinos are beginning to be like the White Racist. The fact that you sign your post "Aunt Jemima" say it all.

Anonymous said...

For Anonymous Blogger who wrote:

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"Does anyone know whatever happend to Maria Lopez's FPPC violation? She never reported any of her expenses to the county.

10:12 AM, August 15, 2007"
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This is what the official documents say about that issue. Anyone can get a copy of these records on the 2nd floor of the County Offices in Norwalk. It's public record.
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"Letter from the FPPC"
Feb. 4, 2004

On November 17, 2003, the FPPC's Enforcement Division received a referral from you regarding a failure to file the semi-annual campaign statement for the period covering 1/1/03 - 9/20/03 by the individual listed above (Maria G. Lopez). After reviewing this matter and the supporting documents you provided we have decided to close this mater withou formal enforcement action for the following reasons:

1) Ms. Lopez was a defeated candidate.

2) Ms. Lopez was required to file the Campaign Statement Short Form 470 which indicates that she did not raise or spend in excess of $1,000 during the calendar year.

3) Ms. Lopez has no prior history of violating the Political Reform Act.

4) The failure to file the statements resulted in minimal public harm.
--------------------------------
"Letter from the FPPC"
October 19, 2004

After reviewing this matter and the supporting documentation you provided, we have decided to close this matter without formal enforcement action because she was a defeated candidate, she was only required to file Form 470, and she has no prior history of vilations of the Political Reform Act.
---------------------------

I'm just wondering what it means when they say she was a defeated candidate.

Anonymous said...

But she was NOT "defeated" she won the election....We all remember she beat Domitila "Tila" .....Someone needs to define what they mean by "defeated"

Anonymous said...

To Fige Bornu:

Grow up and get your facts straight! We are here to stay so get use to us. We don't want a piece of the cake, we want the whole cake. Yes, we are taking over the city , the state and the country. We will be the majority in 2020 and you need to learn to comply with the majority group. Regarding your comments about the killings, they are absurd, your facts are all wrong. We dont want to eliminate you, because you are not a threat. Luckely we are not racist group we embrace everyone, but people like you make us feel pitty. Stop enslaving yourself and blaming others. Take control of your destiny and learn to accept us.
Toni Morrison

Anonymous said...

ABA. Anybody but Aide for City council. and...

ABS. Anybody but Solache for School Board.

Josesito, stop attacking Maria Lopez and answer the question: Do you live in Lynwood?

Anonymous said...

Taking over the City, the State and the Country? HMMMMM and do what? What are you taking over? What are you talking about you moran? Don't you know in this Country they only let you go as far as they want you to. You are here only for one reason and that is to use you for your none skilled labor. They work the crap out of you and pay you minimum wages.
So, what are you taking over? Taco Bell, corners on Freeway off ramps, shopping carts, Mac Donalds, the fields, etc. etc.
If that's your idia of taking over, you can have it. Trust me that's as far as you will go.
Your culture is known not to put value on education and without this you are going nowhere and taking nothing.
Apparently you have not been to many places in this country otherwise you would be careful talking about taking it over.
Keep in mind whites are still the majority in this country and they won't let no one take anything from them.
I reiterate, they only let you take over what they want you to take over.
You will get your wake up call soon enough.
You lost quite a few battles in Concress already and there are more to come.
Pay attention when Bush in gone you will not talk so big.
"TAKING OVER", my lord what is wrong with you people? You are so out in left field.

Anonymous said...

We should not be conern with Solache and Lopez, they have done a good job. We should be ALARM that Johnson's mom "Dorothy Plummer-Jones is running.

BE AWARE!!!!!!!!!

Yes, this lady is Johnson's Mom. We don't need his family members in public office...

Anonymous said...

To the comment on 10:54 AM, August 22, 2007

Like it has been said before: ABS Any body but Solache.

Anonymous said...

To the Blogger from 8/20-1:13
You are so right, you proved your point all the way.
The Attorney General of the United States resigned (got fired) this morning.
Some time ago he fired 7 white Attorneys. This is a no no.
Just like you said blogger "they only let latinos go as far as they want them to go.
Bye, Alfredo Gonzales your head got to big and could not hang with the big leagers, just like the blogger in Lynwood who thinks he is taking someting over i ji ji.

Anonymous said...

Being from Baltimore, we have the same Black/Hispanic race relation thing going on as here. So far, it is 100% Black on Hispanic though, and with very little press. Our Hispanic worker said they had to stop working in some parts of WashDC because of the danger from Blacks, and now , he said, the same thing is happening in Baltimore. 2 Hispanics men were shot (one through the head), one Hispanic young lady also, and more then a few knifed all just in my ex-neighborhood, and all without reason. The rumor is, they are not going to let Baltimore turn into Los Angeles, everyone knows about the LA prison riots. Black LA gangs (Bloods) have much control over the SW side of Baltimore, even the police are afraid of them.

Anonymous said...

So, what is your point. You trying to say latinos don't kill blacks. Did you not read or hear what happend in New Jersey where latinos executed five black kids who had no gang effiliation what so ever, and a black girl in Harbor City, and on and on.