Failed Santa Ana Mayoral candidate Alfredo Amezcua’s coalition of people who don’t live in Santa Ana, the so-called Santa Ana Coalition for Better Government, today tried to take credit for the changes that are happening at Santa Ana’s City Hall, in a bizarre newsletter you can read by clicking here.
As my readers will recall, I attended the ridiculous press conference that Amezcua’s allies at the Los Amigos of Anaheim held, a few weeks ago, where they demanded that the Orange County Grand Jury investigate the Santa Ana City Council. It was a joke – the Los Amigos had no answers for my questions. Their unfounded charges were complete innuendo and slander. And both the L.A. Times and the OC Weekly ignored that event, as we disclosed in an earlier post.
More importantly, the Orange County Grand Jury blew off Amezcua too.
And now suddenly these people are taking credit for the fact that the Santa Ana City Council is cleaning house? Unbelievable! The credit for the changes in our local government goes to our City Council majority, period. Amezcua and his cult-like following had nothing to do with it – and they didn’t even see the changes coming.
I am not sure I can take two more years of this silliness. But apparently Amezcua intends to embarrass himself daily until the 2012 elections.
Here is a graphic rendition of the latest Amezcua cult newsletter, in case these guys come to their senses and delete it from the Internet:
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It says on that newsletter that “Marinez is working on a compromise”, regarding the PBID stuff. Is that true? Kudos to her. No sarcasm.