OC's best known Carpetbagger at it AGAIN.

Harry Sidhu is a very interesting man. Councilman Sidhu has decided to run (as we all knew he would) for OC Supervisor for the Fourth district. One small problem, he doesn’t yet live in the district. And if I have to hear about his huge and old effin house one more time I’m going to go puke outside in grass of my small 1920’s Anaheim bungalow.

photo_044 If you remember, Sidhu ran against Mimi Walters in the Republican primary for a state senate seat and got trounced, garnering only 38% of the republican vote. Fresh from his beating at the hands of Mimi, Harry ran for re-election to the Anaheim City Council and was reelected. Not a year has passed from his re-election and this very devoted elected official is already looking to jump ship again. Whatever happened to elected officials that actually want to represent the public in the capacity that they were elected to?

It’s funny, the only thing Harry Sidhu has done for Anaheim since his re-election is give his developer buddies who suffered huge losses in the economic downtown a nice big fat “economic incentive” for building 4 and 5 star hotels.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nrbG5waRTA[/youtube]

But hey! At least he fulfilled that campaign promise!

Good luck Harry Sidhu! Not that it’ll do you any good. Don’t let the door of your huge house  hit you on the ass on the way out of your lackluster political career, because as I’m sure you’ll find out when your Anaheim Councilmember term is up, that unlike the sprawling grounds of your estate, your political career has no room for growth.

Steve Perez

is a young political operative, and life-time resident of Anaheim. His parents immigrated to the US illegally in the 70's and settled with their respective families within 1 block of where he currently resides. Since then they've become US Citizens, home-owners, and completed their education. Steve takes a special interest in federal politics, the Gay Right's Movement, and corruption in the political process. Most recently, he helped elect Lon Hurwitz to the Superior Court Bench, as the campaign's Field Manager and Campaign Coordinator. 

Tags:

  1 comment for “OC's best known Carpetbagger at it AGAIN.

  1. July 25, 2009 at 12:19 am

    Great post Steve.

Comments are closed.