BooHooing Job Assigned to Vince Buck


Down periscope!

Down periscope!

We knew the first post-mayoral vote edition of the Yellowing Fullerton Observer was going to have a Page One sob story recounting how Pam Keller was robbed of her birthright. The only question was who was going to write the tale of woe. That duty fell upon Liberosaur Vince Buck, who’s been an uncompromising shill for the idiotic council lefties for years and years.

not known for agility

Not known for agility

Mr. Buck is not given to hysteria, so the tenor of the article is pretty calm. Still, the assertions therein were, as usual, appalling pea-brained: the woman was rejected by the boys; and it was her turn; Bankhead and Nelson voted they way they did for political reasons (Oh no, the horror!). 

Of course Buck didn’t bother to correct the previous erroneous assertions of his editoress that other localities have a “rotation” - implying some mechanism for school yard-type “sharing” of the mayor-ship. He also didn’t share the choice irony that The Observer has endorsed the chowderheads  Bankhead and Jones time and time and time again.

Vince Buck awaits the jello salad

Vince Buck awaits the salad

What was really funny was Buck’s claim that Nelson voted for Bankhead to get the latter’s endorsement for his upcoming Supervisorial campaign, while in the next breath he (accurately) reminds us of how little the Bankhead endorsement did for the Ackerwoman. Of course, we already knew that, and Nelson must, too! Bankhead’s endorsement is as worthless as Zimbabwean currency.

Pudding cups!

Oh, boy! Pudding cups!

It just doesn’t seem to have occurred to poor, cliche-riddled Vince that maybe Nelson just really dislikes Pam Keller. And by dislike we mean a don’t-walk-ahead-of-him-down-a-dark-alley sort of dislike.

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  1. #1 by BF on December 7, 2009

    Keller earned Nelsons disdain via her grandstanding antics during the pension spiking expose.

    • #2 by admin on December 7, 2009

      Hold on there, buckaroo. Had to edit part of that.

  2. #3 by helen logan on December 7, 2009

    Finally, FFFF has put the face on the Fool Observer, professor leftosaur/liberosaur vinny buck and it rhymes with dumb?

  3. #4 by I remember Vince on December 7, 2009

    Vince isn’t a bad guy but he just can’t break away from his habits. Like knee-jerk support for the Democrats Quirk and Keller who both voted for the notorious Amerige Court and Jefferson Commons projects.

    As to the latter, Keller solicited $1000 from developer Steve Sheldon for her collaborative and Quirk took a $1000 per person boat ride around Newport Harbor compliments of Sheldon. And the Pelican Laing (Amerige Court) boys were on that boat too.

    Vince? Vince? Care to comment?

    • #5 by Nobody2 on December 7, 2009

      Prediction: All of Fullerton’s Famous Liberals will deny Pam’s wrongdoing in unison. “The money was for the CHILDREN” they will say. BooHoo.

  4. #6 by James Crum on December 7, 2009

    Once a whiner, always a whiner.

    heh, Liberosar

    jc

  5. #7 by Curious on December 7, 2009

    Shadow, what’s the meaning of the (Vince Buck) caption?

  6. #8 by van get it da artiste on December 8, 2009

    Vince Buck is the prototype for fullerton’s provincial liberals. He and his waning followers all turned left at the Nixon administration and left their brains in their 1968 glory days of the chicago riots and joni mitchell’s trill songs

  7. #9 by West Side Guy on December 8, 2009

    I remember Vince :
    As to the latter, Keller solicited $1000 from developer Steve Sheldon for her collaborative and Quirk took a $1000 per person boat ride around Newport Harbor compliments of Sheldon. And the Pelican Laing (Amerige Court) boys were on that boat too.
    Vince? Vince? Care to comment?

    DON’T FORGET, BANKHEAD AND JONES BOTH DID A $1K FUNDRAISER CRUISE ON THE S.S. STEVE SHELDON YACHT (WHICH IS IN REPO NOW) ALSO…

    • #10 by The Fullerton Shadow on December 8, 2009

      I don’t know if that’s true, but unlike Keller they never promised to put the citizenry at the forefront of the development process as she did in 2006. That turned out to be an outright lie.

      She said she wouldn’t let out-of-town developers direct the future of Fullerton. What a load that turned out to be.

  8. #11 by Anonymous on December 8, 2009

    Correct me if I’m wrong: Didn’t Quirk and Keller pull the same shtick on Nelson way back when?

  9. #12 by Kanani Fong on December 8, 2009

    One day, Shadow, I do hope you will start posting under your real name. Your views are way too sharp and with some basis to keep yourself hidden under a cap. You should probably run for city council someday.

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