Have a Good Time… And Do Some Good… With OCYD

This just in from OCYD.Dear TheLiberalOC.com Reader,

Now that the California primary election is over, celebrate and have some fun at these events with the Orange County Young Democrats.

Drinking Liberally with Assemblyman Solorio

Join Assemblyman Jose Solorio and the Orange County Young Democrats at Drinking Liberally for a Post-Election Toast to the Democratic successes of this election. It will be held this Thursday, June 5, 2008 at 8:30 PM at Memphis Restaurant located at 201 North Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701. The first toast beverage will be compliments of Assemblyman Jose Solorio.

Watch the HBO Movie “Recount” This Weekend With The YDs

Sunday evening Reina Kapadia, a fellow Orange County Young Democrat, will be hosting a screening of the HBO movie “Recount” this Saturday, June 8. “Recount” portrays how the Republicans stole the 2000 presidential election. Appetizers and drinks will be served at 6:00 PM and the movie screening will begin at 7:00 PM and end at 9:00 PM. All are welcome but, please RSVP to Reina at reinak@gmail.com or at 949-378-5839 so she knows how many people to expect. The screening will be held at her home located at 11 Hawkridge, Irvine, CA 92604.

Young Democrats Meeting (New Location)

We invite you to attend our next Orange County Young Democrats meeting on Thursday, June 12th at 7:00 PM at Bistro 400 located at 400 W. 4th Street, Santa Ana CA, 92701. We will be featuring Karen Haluza, candidate for Fullerton City Council, and Gary Pritchard, candidate for the 33rd State Senate District. With special drink prices and free food, we will have more fun than Rush Limbaugh in an all night pharmacy. Our meeting will be followed by Drinking Liberally at Memphis.

For more information please visit us online at http://www.ocyd.net/.

Democratically yours,
Chris Roa, Communications Director
Orange County Young Democrats

  8 comments for “Have a Good Time… And Do Some Good… With OCYD

  1. The Message
    June 4, 2008 at 11:19 am

    OK Andrew, we are now waiting for your post calling for Obama to win in November. Get on the bus, its over, whether or not the “lady in the pant suit” wants to think it isn’t. When a Baseball team has 5 and the other has 4 at the end of the 9th inning, the game is over, whether or not someone says it is or isn’t. Because Hillary says the game isn’t over does not make it so. The primary game is over. Come on Andrew, stop helping McCain, get on board.

  2. June 4, 2008 at 11:30 am

    “Message”-

    SHUT UP.

    This thread was NOT about national politics. Do NOT hijack my thread. If you’re just trying to make me angry, you’re succeeding. If you’re trying to make me feel happy about your candidate, you’re not helping.

    I’ve already told you how I intend to vote in November. And until I hear a decision from Hillary, you’re not hearing anything else from me. So if you want to help your candidate, don’t antagonize me. Follow the terms of use, don’t hijack my threads, and LEAVE ME ALONE.

  3. The Message
    June 4, 2008 at 11:37 am

    Such anger. I guess truth hurts that you want John McCain to be our 44th President.

  4. June 4, 2008 at 11:51 am

    “Message”-

    This is your last warning: STOP PROVOKING ME.

    Stop lying about me, and stop hijacking this thread to spread your lies. I have NEVER said here that I’d ever vote for McCain. In fact, I’ve said here that I’ll vote for the Democrat in November.

    But the more you provoke me, the less enthused I feel about your candidate. It’s really too bad for the Obama people acting with dignity that people like you are also trying to speak for their candidate. But until I hear from my candidate, I can’t say anything more. And so long as you continue violating the terms of use for this site by hijacking threads and provoking other people here, you’re only going to get the same “angry” response from me.

    So unless you like me yelling at you, I’d suggest you stop provoking me.

  5. June 4, 2008 at 12:37 pm

    Just ignore The Message if you don’t like what he’s saying.

    I am curious, though, why there hasn’t been a national election results story on the topic (by you or anyone) – it’s big news!

  6. The Message
    June 4, 2008 at 1:54 pm

    Because he is bitter his girl didnt make it. Notice he speaks in general terms and will not actually state publicly he will vote for BARACK OBAMA in November. Somehow I am able to make him dislike Obama, it is a cop out so he has an excuse to vote for John McCain in November. OK Andrew, you go ahead and give us 100 more years in Iraq, I am sure your conscience will be clear.

  7. June 4, 2008 at 2:14 pm

    Michael-

    Good point. But since we’ve kinda had a bad habit (me included) of hyping everything national, I guess we just didn’t think of it while we were focusing on local races. And btw, thank you for the polite words… And for your blog. I have to remember to link to it more often. ;-)

    “Message”-

    This is your LAST WARNING. I really mean it this time. You can’t keep violating the terms of use without consequence. Not only are you hijacking this thread, but you’re doing so to spread lies about me supposedly supporting McCain.

    You need to stop your BS now, or your next vile, slanderous comment will need to go to moderation. I hate having to nag at readers, and I don’t like censorship at all, but you’re giving me no other choice.

  8. Heather Pritchard
    June 4, 2008 at 4:24 pm

    Andrew and I have disagreed on a lot of things but we’ve never disagreed on the fact that we need more Democrats elected to not just National office but local office as well.

    Andrew does a great service to promote local candidates and his passionate support would be appreciated by anyone.

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