What Do Ackerwoman, Galloway and Perez All Have In Common?

We don't live here. We're just pecking our way through...
We don't live here. We're just pecking our way through...

With the announcement by a woman named  Sue Perez (who is connected to the wackos at Trinity Broadcasting and seems to be a friend of Lorri Galloway), that she intends to run for 34th State Senate District, we have the spectacle of yet another candidate who doesn’t live in the district they want to represent.  The announcement by this woman who wants Senator Lou Correa’s job, got us to thinking about some of our recent aspirants for State and County office, including the Ackerwoman and Lorri Galloway, herself.

We all know by now that Ackerwoman lives in Irvine, but wants to represent North OC in the State Assembly; Galloway lives in Anaheim Hills – in the 3rd Supervisorial District – but claims to be running for the 4th District.

Other than that they are all females, a common denominator is that any one could soon be using the yard next door as their phony residence. Of course we have left out Harry Sidhu who, like Galloway, lives in the 3rd District.

The Trouble With Harry? He doesn't live in the 4th District, either.
The Trouble With Harry? He doesn't live in the 4th District, either.

What is it with these birds? Can’t they just stay in their own yards?

7 Replies to “What Do Ackerwoman, Galloway and Perez All Have In Common?”

  1. THis sounds real childish…”just stay on your side of the yard, or I’m taking my toys and going home.” Doesn’t it concern anyone that Shawn Nelson defended Kerry Clyde Martin, who was found guilty of child molestation? I just think that’s worse than anything you can say against the rest of the candidates. I just think we all need to reassess our priorities when looking at a candidate. Their is terrible truths about some of these candidates, and we are sitting here pretending it’s still the AD 72 election.

  2. Sooooo, Amy. Are you saying that Kerry Clyde Martin somehow should have been deprived counsel as guaranteed in our (maybe not your) Constitution? Or that doing so is immoral, or is a disqualification for public office?

    Evidently Harry & Co. are going to try that out on the electorate. If I were harry I’d be more worried about splitting the Anaheim vote with Galloway and Daly; cause Hide-and-Seek Harry isn’t gonna get squat in Fullerton or La Habra or Buena Park.

    BTW, how come he was too chicken to show up at the forum the other night?

  3. I don’t know why he wasn’t at the forum, I’ve never seen the guy other than his lame commercials from his Senate race. But as far as my last comment goes:

    No I’m not saying he didn’t deserve a Lawyer…I’m saying that defending Martin in particular was wrong, because he pleaded not guilty despite the evidence. It’s not immoral to defend someone in court, but it is immoral to try and get them off when they are guilty beyond any doubt (as Martin was). So either Nelson knew that he was guilty and tried to get him off, or Nelson is just that stupid and couldn’t understand the evidence. In either instance, he’s not qualified to be Supervisor. I am a Republican so I’m voting for a Republican anyway. The reason I’m voting for Sidhu is because of the fact that he seems to have more experience managing a budget, represents much of that district effectively now, and Nelson’s past is riddled shady people he defended. I don’t care if he lives in my district or not. I just want someone who knows how to create a job, because I’m graduating soon, and the job market scares the hell outta me

  4. “I’m saying that defending Martin in particular was wrong, because he pleaded not guilty despite the evidence”

    “Amy” that is the singularly most stupid thing that I’ve ever read on a blog.

    I hope before you do “graduate” you learn something about the right to representation. And good luck with that whole cosmetology thing.

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