Monday, February 18, 2013

Tony Brandenburg: Unintelligible at any Speed - the Legend of Luis Luis ICEman Carlos

ICE ICE baby
Did I mention Ayala is an Immigration Attorney?
Ayala for School Board District 7 has 60 likes on Facebook. I know, I know. The Sierra Madre Tattler doesn’t use any social media, but I certainly do. I’ve used many, and I continue to utilize Facebook and Twitter. I like the medium. It’s funny. So, poking around on FB, Mary Brandenburg located the Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) Ayala page and started to drop in a couple of questions about Ayala’s work for ICE (click here). The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is the investigative unit of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). I mean, that’s kind of a cool job, right? I mean, something that a person should be proud of, I would think.

Well, yeah, it is, if your job is securing the borders to protect the citizens of both countries from the invasion of hostile forces. For someone like me, maybe not so much, because I think fluidity between countries is a good thing, and exchanging ideas is a good thing. I mean, it goes without saying that you can’t stop crazy, no matter how hard you might try.

In any event, if you are a person who reads the kind of history books that I do (click here) you have a differing opinion anyway, and you aren’t really trapped by any ideologues in the first place. Unlike Screwy ICEman Luis Luis, some of us see value in both books and the computer (click here), and don’t believe that one is better than the other.

I wonder if Ayala got with the 21st century before he turned into Mr. Ed Honowitz, Jr. (click here). You know, say nothing until the person you are avoiding talking to isn’t around, and then talk trash about them. Luis Luis ICEman (click here) Carlos and Mr. Ed Househusband Honowitz no doubt have a great deal in common and could have a whopper of a shindig (click here).

What the Hell is UP with the Kindergarten Sprechen?
One of the most offensive things this guy does is to speak to audiences as if they are stupid, or too stupid to keep up with his big three syllable words. He speaks very s-l-o-w-l-y and takes time to e-n-u-n-c-i-a-t-e every word so that his important m-e-s-s-a-g-e doesn’t slip by our peanut brains. I swear to God, I almost hope this f-o-o-l gets elected so that I can watch him talk to the rest of the Board of Education like they are a bunch of i-d-i-o-t-s.  ICEman, let me assure you that I am not as stupid as I look, and you can speak to me like a big boy.

ICEman speaks s-l-o-w-l-y so that we proles will u-n-d-e-r-s-t-a-n-d the important gobbledygook he is feeding us. We g-e-t it, ICEman. You speak s-l-o-w-l-y so that your L-I-E-S seem more credible. I don’t need to be reminded that you are an a-t-t-o-r-n-e-y every thirteen m-i-n-u-t-e-s because my A-D-H-D is not a license to assume I lack c-o-m-p-r-e-h-e-n-s-i-o-n.

Away, the ICEman Runneth
So anyway, what if you are campaigning for a political office, and you want to downplay your role in an agency like ICE because, after all, one of the roles of ICE is to deport foreign nationals? Along the southern border, which I am pretty sure is about two hours from here, that means primarily nationals from Mexico. You might not want to chat people up on that.  I mean, get it, because......regardless of what your actual role is, you aren’t going to want to step into to something like that because......... if you do, some of it might get on your shiny black FBI shoes (click here). You may be mistaken for being too cozy with The Man. People might believe that your role is to deport and not support. It would certainly make a person who is simply a resident here uncomfortable if they needed to come to ICEman for supporting their kid’s education.

How would you explain it? Well, one way is to dodge it altogether.  Don’t mention the stuff that is over here from 2005 which clearly states Luis Luis Carlos (click here) Ayala ICE/CBP/CIS Los Angeles District Liaison. Be sure to also dodge the stuff over here from 2006 letterhead which clearly states Luis Carlos Ayala EOIR and ICE Trial Attorney Co-Chair along with Nicky Jacobson. Look, I don’t care either way, but like lots of things, things are sheltered, denied, and glossed over. The immigration attorney thing has been common knowledge forever (click here) but the ICE part, not so much. If it ain’t so, just say, “It ain’t so.”

Mary posed this question on Ayala’s campaigning page on Facebook. Mr. Ayala, you say you will support all parents. Why are you censoring my question re: your working for ICE? Why have you not disclosed this? 

Instead of an answer, this is the message Mary got from Darla Dyson (click here) who is currently running interference .....uh.... I mean …...  the campaign manager who answered nicely enough: Mary - I'm afraid you've been misinformed. Mr. Ayala has never worked for ICE, though he did consider doing so at one time. Thank you for asking. So many wild rumors pop up when one runs for office - but then soon after blocked first Mary’s, and then my ability to post live questions on an open political forum.

Darla Dyson later informed us that the page is intended for information to engage supporters in volunteering for phone banking and walking the precinct. I won’t be able to volunteer, and neither can my friend from Amsterdam, but on a positive note, Petey Herr Dreier and Steve Cole, both of  “the non-partisan” grass root group Invest in Pasadena Kids (IiPK) can still access the page and volunteer to their hearts’ content. Luis the ICEman (click here) would probably be better off with those guys anyway. They don’t knock and run away like I do.

Look, I know the head Tattler doesn’t like social media. Me, like I said, I love it. It keeps me in touch with people I never see, and as a musician, it gives fans an opportunity to interact with my band and I. It requires everyone to either be brutally honest, or an absolute phony, and best of all, it’s out there live, 24/7. Recently more and more politicians are figuring out what everyone else already knew - you can get the word out quickly and effectively. Like, if  Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) wants you to know that the Los Angeles County Democratic Party endorses him, he’ll make sure you know about it.  The down side is, of course, you also might have people like Mary and I writing and calling horse slop on the lies.

Dahling I Love you, but Give Me Park Avenue
Just like Petey “Apartments are Cool for You, Not Me” Dreier has figured out how to live in the suburban shade of a detached home in Pasadena while grooving on the pack and stack Urban Housing for Pasadena plan, so has Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) Ayala figured out how to groove in the upscale housing district of Pasadena to the tune of a cool million dollars (click here) for his crib back in 2004, right about the time his name showed up on those ICE docs. That’s some pretty promising cash flow for an..... um..... immigration attorney, and that’s hardly the housing my favorite communist, I mean, columnist Petey Dreier thinks we all should be dwelling in - but just the same, maybe the ICEman is one of the special ones, too. I wish I was special (click here). Outside of the ACT endorsement though, the ICEman doesn’t quite fit on the chassis of the machine too well.

Up until recently I thought Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) Ayala was handling his campaign out of his own pocket, which, I have to admit, was something I admired. Alas, it wasn’t to be so.  Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) has his campaign contributions up (click here) at the Pasadena City Clerk page, and he got a hundred each from attorneys Dale Gronemeier, and Phyllis Colman. No surprises there, after all, Luis always proclaims he’s a lawyer (click here). There was also $242.25 from  a non-lawyer, Measure A commandant and SCE side door buddy Kenny Chawkins. The ICEman also got $1,000 each from Peter Knell and Mrs. Knell, investment manager at KCB Management (click here), and another $1,000 from Edmund Sutro, PHD, an Arcadia Unified Teacher (and former PUSD teacher) who also appears to be a part-time investor (click here) and likes to kick in money now and again (click here) around election time.

Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) Ayala doesn’t want to talk about ICE, and he doesn’t want to explain to myself or to Mrs. Brandenburg why his children deserve to go to private school, and why ours aren’t good enough. Really? An immigration attorney who sends his kids to private school is going to make administrative decisions for my three kids? He is so out of touch with American public education that he thinks that discussing that he learned three languages studying abroad is going to somehow resonate with people who grew up sleeping in a garage and a trailer like I did, or trying to carve a public education out of a boulder in Pasadena, or learning to do algebra from a tent on a wrecking yard like the kids in Sierra Madre do.

See, not everyone is privileged enough to go to private school. All that talk about Linda Vista being closed is hogwash. Our boy Luis is like house-husband Honowitz in more ways than one, it seems. Word is that it is the Mrs. who has put the ixnay on the ublic-pay ool-schay idea. She was overheard saying she would never send her preciousssss ones to PUSD schools. Oh, hell no. Mrs. Ayala doesn’t want her special ones taught in the squirrel cage with our special ones.

Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) Ayala is from a privileged class. He doesn’t want us to forget just how special he is. He has repeatedly let the lesser class know about his foreign learning as opposed to our silly old Californian edumacations (click here). Here’s a nice byte of Ayala’s ego and bravado to chew on: I learned peoples' different perspectives of culture and politics by studying in France, Mexico, Portugal, Hong Kong, and Singapore (click here).

Tell me about studying in Portugal, and I’ll tell you about a kid raising his four siblings and then dropping out of high school. Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) Ayala, you have no idea what people who aren’t privileged like you have to go through to get a basic education in this country. Tell me, Screwy Luis, if a parent of a child attending school in America is not a citizen, maybe they’re a resident, or undocumented - will that parent feel confident that they can go to the Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) Ayala, and secure an education for a child without the fear of being deported by a  .... uh.....  board member?

See, Luis Luis the ICEman Carlos (click here) Ayala maybe you should’ve stayed in America to learn some basic math. You seem to have forgotten how many years you were in private practice vs. how many years you were an ICEman. Last week at Marshall he added 12 years to Scott Phelps’s 8 years as Board member.

Take that Silver Spoon out of your Mouth and Answer the Question
February 11, 2013

Dear Mr. Ayala,
I've been trying to find some information regarding your affiliation with ICE and EIOC, and why you have not disclosed this. I sent a message on your Facebook campaign page weeks ago and received no response. I then tried posting the question on the wall, but was removed and I am now blocked.
My question is one that others in the Latino community will also have, and rather than silencing me, why not just clarify?

When you speak of working as a Board member with all parents, that should also include those that you may not agree with, as well as those that are the disenfranchised, such as us.
Thank you in advance,
Mary Brandenburg

You see, there will never be an answer to any of these questions  available before the election. Not a chance. Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) “No Worries, I’m an Attorney” Ayala doesn’t seem capable of answering questions through anything other than a very controlled forum that are hosted by ACT or the unions, and doesn’t know how to handle an audience/family member like me. There are people who run over and tell me their rules. They don’t understand that a person has to first recognize the authority of the rule maker to actually follow them. This is my problem with city governments and boards of education who lie. I don’t recognize their authority.

So. How on Earth is he going to provide leadership for our kids? His campaign sounds like a scripted and generated infomercial. He has no platform other than he’s a g-man with a law degree. Big deal, who isn’t these days? He dodges questions, casts stones, shows up late for forums, sends his kids private, went private himself, but, by God the elitist  has the solution for public education in Pasadena. We proles are so lucky to have someone so special in our midst.

He’s turned Andre' Coleman down for an interview or two already, well, I assume he just hasn’t responded. Good luck to the Coleman trying to get Ayala to say anything other than “I am an attorney” (click here) if Andre actually gets the pleasure of  Ayala’s company. Mary Brandenburg, following Darla Dyson’s suggestion, has written Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) through email. The 21st Century is so cool. She had actually tried earlier in the month as well. It took her two minutes to write it and send it. It would have taken about that long for Luis Luis Carlos to respond. The emails have gone unanswered. Ayala has no problem slamming the other District 7 candidate, Scott Phelps every opportunity he gets,  but doesn’t seem willing or able to take two minutes to explain exactly why his name shows up associated with ICE, and his people don’t seem willing to either. Certainly seems that deflection is his only card trick, or maybe the ICEman just can’t count that high.

Until Luis Luis ICEman Carlos (click here) Ayala decides to open up and share with us, the little people, we will just have to wait. We may assume his job is much like this information outlined by ICE co-chair Faith Nouri (click here), who is listed on the same docs as Luis Luis Carlos (click here) since she probably did the same job did the same job that Luis the ICEman (click here) did. Well. At least one of them knows what the job looks like, and isn’t too shy to explain it. Thankfully, there is this single bit of footage of Luis Luis ICEman Carlos that snuck through before the candidate cleaner got ahold of him (click here).

Thank heaven for the candidate Roto-Rooter. Cleans all the bad stuff right out.

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63 comments:

  1. I got more likes on my Facebook page than he did. Awesome!

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    1. People just aren't all that crazy about an ICE man.

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  2. I am an attorney! Wow, this guy is something else. There is nothing that pisses me off than someone who likes to flaunt their wealth. It is obvious that Luis "the attorney on ICE" Ayala is well traveled and wealthy, in contrast, most of students at PUSD are mostly poor Latinos and other minorities. He comes off as an arrogant elitist and, despite his wealth, education (did he tell you he was an attorney?) and travels he did not learn anything about humility and humbleness.

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  3. Did you know that he threw a fit at the Armenian Coalition forum because his name was not right on the name card? Yup, he said that his name was not Carlos but Luis. Then he went around telling the hosts that they put the wrong name on the card, as if they were going to correct that on the spot. When he didn't get any attention, he took a pen and wrote his name of the name card. How childish that looked! He is not the right candidate for District 7.

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    1. Carlos the Jackel.

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    2. Aqui viene la Migra! La Migra!

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    3. The Pasadena Unified School District is not Guantanamo. Not yet, anyway.

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    4. The Latino community needs to be aware that the ACT/Dreier political puppets are simply tools for their agenda. This community has some clout in the election, but they need to be informed.

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    5. They will destroy Pasadena Public Schools so they can make some money for their developer partners. The people who need these schools the most are the ones who will be made to suffer the most.

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    6. 11:31, have you ever visited the Middle School? We've got our own Camp X-Ray right here!

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  4. SeƱor Ayala speaks so s-l-o-w-l-y because he is an attorney and attorneys get paid by the hour. Either that or he is channeling Al Gore.

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    1. Maybe he had a stroke.

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    2. Traumatic head injury.

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    3. As an attorney, he double checks every word before he lets it out. Carefully.

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    4. Maybe its because he r-e-a-l-l-y c-a-r-e-s?

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    5. He reeeeeeeeaalllly wants to do his teaching full time- in Kindergarten.

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    6. Can.......you.......say........L-I-A-R?

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  5. He did the right thing putting his children in private schools.

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    1. True. Who would want their kids to attend a school district run by the likes of him?

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  6. "All that talk about Linda Vista being closed is hogwash."

    Linda Vista has been closed since 2006, and has been leased to the City as a park. It's now under discussion for a new lease deal.

    http://articles.pasadenasun.com/2012-03-01/news/31114865_1_ed-honowitz-school-board-neighborhood-park

    The school buildings themselves were supposed to be renovated/redone under the Measure Y monies, but never happened, partly due to the enrollment decline. What actually happened to the buildings is that the "historic" building on the property required some rehab, but was in salvageable condition. The other brown tile building is a horrible "stock plan" that you see on a couple of other PUSD campuses that was slated for a complete rebuild to a 2-story classroom building. What happened after that was insane. After the campus was closed, maintenance left the HVAC equipment running while the building was supposedly shut down, the system leaked and water damage occurred throughout the building. It's not salvageable for anything, it's a scrape.

    So the costs facing any reuse of the site include a new structure, a rehab of the older building, and many ADA conversions around the site because of its topography in a "bowl" shape. The cited cost of $3 million at this point doesn't even begin to cover half of the real future costs to bring the site up to a useable condition adequate for children.

    Unfortunately it looks like the only financially feasible option for PUSD at this point is to sell the property, and yes, a developer would get the zoning change for housing units on that site. Unless PUSD decides to go into the housing business themselves, which is "understandable" but completely unacceptable as a mandate for public education as well as way beyond their ability to handle it.

    If you thought PUSD was incompetent in its own business of running public schools, can you imagine them getting into the housing business? That's called a slum in the middle of the Linda Vista area. Which, by the way, is not a cash-flow generator but a maintenance liability. Only a school board would think that's a viable option; they don't deal with reality - or money - very well.

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    1. Ayala closed escrow in 2004. Linda Vista closed in 2006. Next?

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    2. the post above explains what i intended. the ICEman dodges answering the two year gap with Linda Vista, as well as dodges explaining why now, in 2013 there is NO PUSD school he'd send his kids to. look, i am cool with him going private if that's his choice, but it's quite another thing for him to run for school board. it would be the same as coming to my house and telling me and mary what to fix for dinner all week. if you ain't eating here, get outta of my kitchen and don't try to tell us how to do it.

      as far as renting a school that is in need of $3 million worth of repairs all i can say is that building better be safe for those kids. mary and i first fell foul of PUSD because of unsafe preschool conditions that we spoke out against when gayle pinnochia bluemel was principal. that's part of why the north east part of the campus was worked on, though they'd never say so.

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    3. and 9:19 that is GREAT information you shared. it is so wrong that there are kids 'housed' there (that is how it's referred to when it's rented out, or when it's a low priority program. they are 'housed' ....... makes one think of "corralling" kids like cattle

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    4. 9:19/ TB Please Explain-
      You have a lot of info on this, what's your take?

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    5. yeah i'm curious, too- especially about the city and PUSD working together to reestablish the park there. i'm curious about the stability of the structure and if there is talk of throwing a mixed use facility there.

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    6. I'm curious if the PUSD is using Measure TT money to build Dreier/Chu housing in Pasadena while at the same time claiming they don't have the dough to rebuild the wrecked Middle School in Sierra Madre. Really wondering.

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    7. Seems the PUSD is actually better at destroying campuses rather that maintaining and repairing them. What's wrong with these people? Besides screaming incompetence.

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    8. Can you think of people more likely to be slum lords?

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    9. That stock plan structure needs to be razed no matter what. It has NO WINDOWS and is falling apart. It was supposedly a cheap alternative to portables. The State policies have destroyed physical campus development in favor of prefab cheap stuff. It's all about initial construction costs, it's not about effective schools. The School Boards have NO EXPERTISE in this issue, keep punting to the lowest upfront costs. It's all gone to lowest common denominator politics, and nobody seems to know what they're doing.

      The solution is to get out from under the State programs and focus on community payback for the kids. It appears that going Charter is the best way to accomplish this, especially for Sierra Madre. The State is bankrupt financially and programmatically, and the Board is grounded solely in academic posturing around these issues that derive State funding. Utterly dysfunctional, get away from it.

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    10. 6:16, why is it acceptable for a school district to sell off land explicitly set aside for public education?

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    11. Because Navigio, community schools are the master plan....

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  7. Since this is the Tattler, on a totally unrelated note, don't forget to skip the "State of the City" speech by Emperor Josh Tuesday.

    Tax me MORE, Joshie!

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  8. Take it all, Josh. I want services!

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    1. Welcome to Moranistan, where taxes go up and taxpayer rights disappear.

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    2. And high rise buildings appear on the Blvd. because we want to be "Green."

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    3. Luis Carlos Ayala= Elitist

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  9. Back to the schools. What if all the parents/cities just told PUSD to give each school aged child $10,000 annually to find their own education. It would create a wealth of competing schools that would utlimately provide better education, and PUSD could forget about maintaining the buildings. Oh, yea, I forgot, if we empower the parents, we take away power from the anointed school board folks. These PUSD/government folks must have their minions to oppress.

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    1. First of all, somewhere over a third of all school-aged children in the PUSD area attend private school, so including funding for them would increase the cost of public education in the area by almost 50%. In addition, PUSD does not spend $10k per child, rather it spends a whole lot more for some subset of students and then spends a whole lot less for all the rest. Whether a child could find their own version for the $10k cost would depend on the child. More than likely, most of that would be siphoned off in profit.
      Most of our school board members are parents. In fact, there are some on our current board who want nothing more than to empower parents. Problem is, parents also have to want to be empowered..

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    2. Problem is Navigio, the majority of the board does NOT want to empower parents. The board majority does not encourage parents to advocate. Public comments are barely tolerated, amidst snorts and eye rolls.

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    3. Yes, Navigio. The problem of the PUSD fall upon the inability of parents to be empowered. That is why they took away Sierra Madre's vote. To empower the parents here.

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  10. Was Judy Chu a yuppie CWP member in the 1980s? makes sense she's be teaming up with Peter Dreier to build low income housing on PUSD property.

    http://gulagbound.com/37479/judy-chu-exposed-part-1-yes-soledad-obrien-judy-chu-probably-is-a-communist/#.USKTA47RpBU

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    1. Part 2.

      http://gulagbound.com/37544/judy-chu-exposed-part-2-judy-chu-and-the-communist-front-federation-for-progress/#.USKV2Y7RpBU

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  11. There are no High Rise buildings going up on the Blvd

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    1. This is Moranistan. And Walshville.

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    2. It is an alternate reality. Anything is possible.

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    3. They are modest two story buildings that will multiply like locusts until we walk along streets that are full of structures built up to 30 feet, and maybe a little more, high.
      The only residents who will notice are the old timers.
      I wonder how the town can support the new businesses, restaurants, etc.

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    4. Anybody who wants to know what Moranistan will look like needs to takea ride out to Rancho Cucamonga. The DSP that got built.

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    5. Please be a little real with your comparisons Rancho is 37 sq miles and !70.00 pop. verses 3 sq miles and 11.000 pop. also Rancho was mostly vacant land till about 25 years ago

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    6. Sorry 4:46, but RCM adopted the same DSP design as the losers here wanted for our downtown. And of you go to Rancho you will discover just how bad a concept it was. It is an economic disaster, with more vacant buildings than 1945 Hiroshima.

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    7. The city manager during the hillsides development push, John Gillison, left here after accomplishing that, to guide Rancho Cucamonga's development, as the head of Developer Servicing.

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    8. Nothing in Rancho compares with S.M. They have more shopping centers than we have blocks in our town

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    9. Half empty shopping centers. That's the point, Poindexter. We shot those kinds of development down in Sierra Madre. Rancho Cucamonga did not. Property values are way up here. Not so in RCM. Go move there why don't you?

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    10. WE never shot any shopping centers down , we do not have the land to build one on, , all property all over california wet down over the last 5 to 10 years and property all over california is going up over the last year and for the next few years . I love it here been here over 50 years and not moving, some of the statements that have been made about Rancho just dont hold up in realation to S. M.

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    11. The DSP was a design that would have turned our entire downtown area into a mixed use shopping area. You don't seem very bright. Did somebody talk you into investing the family nest egg in some downtown property in - say - 2005?

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  12. Ayala is a fool. He most likely speaks slowly because he thinks he is helping out his ESL admirers, not realizing that many ESL students are not STUPID, and know when they are being used by their own and everyone else. The Hispanic community of San Gabriel Valley are very savvy about how they are being used by many people as political football. He gives hard working, intelligent, sophisticated, honest and well informed Hispanics a terrible name. He is arrogant and a blatant liar.

    Keep up the facts and the voters will choose if you keep talking.
    The truth always speaks loudly.
    Thanks.

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    1. He lies because he thinks we are stupid and will not catch him. His arrogance has made him a fool.

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    2. Oh my God, some of these links are hilarious.

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    3. Ayala has told a doozy to San Rafael school parents about why his kids, the oldest of whom would have been 4 in 2006, didn't go to San Rafael school after it became their family's home school when the closing of Linda Vista was announced in late 2005. Said someone told them their home school wasn't San Rafael. Right. Anyone serious about enrolling their child not know what their home school is?

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