Constituents in the 47th Congressional District dislike Tan Nguyen

After the primary, Tan Nguyen stopped canvassing the neighborhoods in the 47th Congressional District with his neon green signs. Then this past week the Tan Nguyen campaign started up again. And already, the people are letting Tan know what they think about the racist undertones of his campaign for Congress.

For the record, I don’t support anybody defacing a Tan Nguyen sign. If you really want to send a message to the Nguyen campaign, I’d get out and walk precincts for Loretta. Call the Re-Elect Loretta Sanchez office and tell them you want to volunteer: 714.839.4431

  6 comments for “Constituents in the 47th Congressional District dislike Tan Nguyen

  1. August 13, 2006 at 10:12 pm

    Well, I wonder why!

    OK, actually I think I know why… he’s a “Democrat” who flipped to Republican just to get NOMINATED for the November election. He’s using immigration scare tactics in a MINORITY-MAJORITY DISTRICT against a popular Latina incumbent. He couldn’t get nominated as a Democrat in the 46th, and he won’t get elected as a Republican in the 47th.

    Now as for walking, I’ll be walking throughout my hometown (Santa Ana) for Loretta this year. I’m also trying to find others willing to do the same (or at least their own neighborhoods) in Santa Ana. Loretta has plenty of support in Central OC, and she’ll easily be reelected in what looks to be the year of the national “Democratic Wave”.

  2. Anonymous
    August 14, 2006 at 4:32 pm

    I see you are up to your old games…defacing Tan’s signs. I remember before the primary you were drawing ‘dicks’ on Tan’s face (on his big signs with his picture). Mike, aren’t you the one who likes dicks on your face?

  3. Anonymous
    August 14, 2006 at 4:43 pm

    That’s funny how the picture of the defaced sign is on Westminster Blvd. Don’t you live on Westminster? And you say you aren’t responsible for defacing his signs? Yeah right. Maybe you can help Loretta register some illegal voters…

  4. August 14, 2006 at 5:04 pm

    That’s a pretty bold accusation for an anonymous poster. And you’re right! It makes complete sense since Mike is the only one who lives on that 10 mile stretch of road in the middle of nowhere. Give me a break.

    Come down to Drinking Liberally on Thursday, I’ll buy you a drink for being such an entertaining commenter.

  5. August 14, 2006 at 7:14 pm

    Anon 4:32

    It’s been a long day at work, and the comment that you left here was absolutely hilarious. I needed that laugh.

    I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again and again. I have never touched a Tan Nguyen for Congress sign. I have never defaced one of his signs. And I even posted a little ditty suggesting that others avoid it as well.

  6. August 14, 2006 at 7:18 pm

    Anon 4:43

    Yes, I live on Westminster Blvd. In fact, I live three blocks from where I snapped the photo that accompanies this post.

    You’ve got to understand two things:

    1.) I don’t go out of my way to find the pictures of Tan’s tagged-up signs. I just pull over and snap photos of the ones that I see on my everyday route.

    2.) These tagged up signs are everywhere. The people of the 47th Congressional District know what kind of candidate Tan is, and they’ve been writing on the litter he’s left all over our cities since April.

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