Term limits make sense if the city's broken but it isn't so I don't see the point in changing leadership just to change leadership. The city's in the black financially and it has added some great new developments lately, like the library. Besides, the guy who's pushing that measure - Steve Martin - proved himself totally unpleasant and nasty at tonight's West Hollywood council meeting. Yikes. That's not the kind of change I want in office. I'd rather see handsome Euro villain Tristan or nice guy Sam Borelli in office. Or let's just keep John Duran in. He's proven himself totally committed to our city. And he's a good guy.
SEE ALL OF THE MEGA-DEVELOPERS, BILLBOARD COMPANIES AND OTHERS LIVING OUTSIDE OF WEHO HAVE DONATED TO THESE CAMPAIGNS:DURAN: http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=1120 PRANG: http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=1065 NO ON C CAMPAIGN: http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?page=1210Look what the Developers have bought with their Campaign Contributions: www.wehotermlimits.com/followthemoneyOUR CITY IS NOT FOR SALE!!!!!!!!!!!!!..... www.whoownsweho.org www.facebook.com/WhoOwnsWehoFACT: duran's developer friend laundered money to his campaign: http://www.wehoville.com/index.php?s=koreatownFACT: duran is still beING investigated by the district attorney's office: http://www.wehoville.com/2013/01/17/la-county-das-office-duran-case-still-under-review/FACT: if there wasn't any wrongdoing, why did duran and the rest return the money to city hall?: http://www.wehoville.com/2013/01/29/council-members-reimbursed-city-for-credit-card-expenses-in-october/FACT: Sixty-nine percent of Duran’s donors were from outside West Hollywood, with $4,200 coming from real estate interests, $3,000 from current and prospective city vendors and $2,000 from billboard owners http://www.wehoville.com/2013/02/22/weho-council-race-donations-top-280000-for-2-seats/
The city isn't broke argument is just silly. if the federal government had as much revenue per capita as West Hollywood, they'd have a $2 trillion SURPLUS. West Hollywood doesn't pay for social security, medicare, or a defense department, yet claim they need $1 million from extending meter hours to pay for public safety. We CAN do better.
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