Monthly Archives: October 2006

Bill Dalati becomes a Dem

I just got this press release from the DPOC: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 31, 2006 Contact: Mike Levin (310) 740-6866 mike@ocdemocrats.net BILL DALATI, TARGET OF REPUBLICAN RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE AND ANAHEIM CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE, TO RE-REGISTER AS DEMOCRAT County Democratic Chair Frank Barbaro and Anaheim City Councilmembers Richard Chavez and Lori Galloway to Welcome Dalati to…

Disappointment

I’m pretty disappointed to see that the Californians United PAC is funding Otto Bade mailers. The story unfolded yesterday on the Total Buzz Blog, and was written about in the Los Angeles Times this morning. Orange County Democrats were in a good place…we’ve taken the moral high ground on a lot of issues lately. Republican…

Dot connecting.

In the past week, we’ve all watched the Republican Party throw Tan Nguyen under the bus and distance themselves from Nguyen’s campaign and the illegal letter sent to legal residents. A certain photo keeps showing up in the Vietnamese press, and I kept hearing about it, but it wasn’t until last weekend that I finally…

On the Fifth Day of Voting…

TheLiberalOC Presents: The Twelve Days of Voting We are open to suggestions of gifts we should remember this election season, just let us know. So without further Delay… On the Fifth day of voting the Republicans gave to us The House and Senate Fourteen-Thousand Letters   Three Racist Fools   Tan “Stupid” Nguyen and Foley in…

What’s up with the Peer to Peer?

   In the beginning of September I wrote about the Young Democrats of America partnering up with the California Young Democrats to bring a non-traditional voter registration drive to Orange County.  Read my original post about the topic here.  Well it looks like the campaign has been pretty successful, but ask again on November 8th.…

Political Endorsements by the OC Register

You’ll read it time and again in the Orange County Register.  They don’t endorse specific candidates for specific office.  And while that’s true, it’s not accurate. The Register’s editorial writers and a number of columnists and certainly their local editorial cartoonist routinely fall back to old line positions and prejudices on liberals, progressives and Democrats. …