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It’s not Chuchua for Assembly; It’s Diamond for Assembly

Brian Chuchua

Brian Chuchua

There’s a concerted effort by the bozos who run the Orange Juice Blog to get Democrats, Independents and “good government” conservatives who are aligned with Anaheim mayor Tom Tait for vote for retired Anaheim car dealer Brian Chuchua for AD-68 because he has some sort of real chance to beat the conservative Republicans in the race.  No he doesn’t.

If you’re a Democrat or an independent who doesn’t want a conservative Republican representing you in Sacramento, your only vote needs to be for Sean Panahi (www.pahaniforassembly.com).

If you head over to Chuchua’s site, its apparent the copy was drafted by none other than OJ blogger Greg Diamond, who routinely promotes Republicans in OC over Democrats he doesn’t care for.  If he’s not the writer, he can deny it. Why does this guy promote so many Republicans over Democrats and still maintains a position of leadership in the local party is beyond me.

Go to www.chuchua2016.trade and tell me who you think wrote the copy.  Diamond is on the DPOC Central Committee; his failure to back the only Democrat in the race is, in my opinion, shameful.

If the Anaheim District fight was any indication, Diamond does all the legwork and stick’s Chuchua’s name on it for legitimacy.  Chuchua lives in the District; Diamond does not.  But if voters somehow buy the message that Chuchua is the guy, Diamond will finally have a full time job that pays something and will do everything leaving a list for Chuchua on how to vote.  Because if you participated in any of the hearings about the 10 or 11 plans submitted by Diamond for district elections in Anaheim, Chuchua was only there to raise his hand to say “I live in Anaheim, and I support this.”  If Chuchua gets elected to the Assembly, Diamond becomes the de facto assembly representative.

Meanwhile, Panahi is everything a Democrat would want in a candidate; he’s a practicing attorney with significant energy to carry forward progressive principles.  Chuchua ought to stay home and fully recover from his recent heart bypass surgery.  At 79, I doubt he has the energy required to handle the job.

If a Veteran’s Cemetery in Irvine remains important to you, vote for Tom Daly in AD-69 and Sharon Quirk-Silva in AD-65.  Chuchua has virtually no name recognition in Orange, Tustin or North Irvine.  His Republican leanings disqualify him from getting any Democratic votes.  If elected, Chuchua could create a small handful of jobs for the unemployed or underemployed bloggers and commenters at OJ.  But that’s not what the district needs or wants.  He’s barely more coherent than Steven Choi.

Greg Diamond

Greg Diamond

Pandaman Strikes!

Pandaman Strikes!

I don’t want Greg Diamond representing me in the Assembly; a vote for Brian Chuchua would accomplish that.  Time to vote to Sean Panahi for Assembly in AD-68.

  15 comments for “It’s not Chuchua for Assembly; It’s Diamond for Assembly

  1. David Vasquez
    June 2, 2016 at 5:26 pm

    You’d think with Diamond’s pedigree and training do what one DPOC member described to me:

    “Get a real job, make some real money and do some REAL good”

    The trouble is, Greg doesn’t play well with others, never has. He has surrounded himself with desperate souls. Now he has a invalid eighty year old car dealer as his pawn.

    Poor Brian, I hope his wife and kids are monitoring his bank accounts!

  2. June 2, 2016 at 5:47 pm

    I detect another takedown notice

  3. OC DEM
    June 2, 2016 at 8:03 pm

    This is why they call him “Crazy Greg”.

  4. David Vasquez
    June 2, 2016 at 8:17 pm


    This just in……Greg has taken credit for the GSW win in game one.

    It wasn’t Curry, Green, Thompson or Spieghts.

    GD gave them a speech, his daughter (who he is COMPLETELY uniffilliated with) wore a GSW jersey, THATS what led to this epic upset.

    In fact they are changing the website to
    as I write this.

    Coccoa Puffs,Fruit Loops, whatever.

    Greg has made his bed.

  5. June 2, 2016 at 8:30 pm

    I’d admire his love letters to Tait. Imagine if he went after Republicans?

  6. June 2, 2016 at 8:46 pm

    Before Vern nails me for another typo, I just finished Greg’s post about Mimi Walters and Greg Raths. He barely mentions the Democrat running and gives a tongue bath to Raths. The problem is that election is for CD45 not AD68 asGreg writes.

  7. Game Warden
    June 2, 2016 at 9:58 pm

    Diamond is engaged in a form of elder abuse. It’s obvious that an elderly and fragile person in poor health is being misused by this bully in barister’s clothing. Lest anyone disagree one only need consider that an underemployed lawyer and serial candidate for local office has found a benefactor in this aged activist. It’s sad for both.

    And since I’m sure the bully in barrister’s clothing will demand retraction, I’d remind this blog that both he and his sock puppet candidate are public figures under Times v. Sullivan.

    • June 3, 2016 at 3:10 pm

      Greg has indeed asked for another takedown notice. Stick it. People wish for my death over at OJ and when he and Vern start deleting stuff before it goes up. I’ll give a take down notice consideration. I actually think there’s merit to the entire “elder abuse of Chuchua” argument.

  8. Whats A Name
    June 3, 2016 at 8:14 am

    Ryan: Mommy, can you PLEASE talk to Dad and ask him to let me blog again?

    Ryans Mom: Now, Ryan you know your Father has a business to run, he needs you to work, not play with your little friends on the computer.

    Ryan: But Mom, Greg is posting all kinds off stuff, he even did a neato trick on Brians website, he called it .trade! Nobody has ever tried that before!

    Ryans Mom: Ryan honey, you have a family now, it’s time you stop playing these silly games with these guys who don’t work and sit around all day talking nonesense. You have a good job, someday Dad might even get you your very own keys to the door!

    Ryan: I know, I know Mom, it’s just Greg is just like me, kind of a loser without a lot of friends but, he thinks he’s really smart, so we like telling him that, it keeps him ftom being depressed. Mom please ask Dad if I can blog at work again please Mom, I promise I’ll be good.

    Ryans Mom: OK honey, I’ll talk to your Father, maybe he’ll let you use your cell phone. You know, you just became elidgible for an upgrade on my plan, sweetie.

    Ryan: Thanks Mom! I know EXACTLY what I’m gonna write, Mr. Chachau is going to be so happy, his dentures are gonna fall out!

    Ryans Mom: Get back to work honey before your dad catches you. Oh and tie your shoe, you might trip.

    Ryan: I love you Mommy.

    Ryans Mom: I love you too RyRy.

  9. Dan Chmielewski
    June 3, 2016 at 8:53 am

    please stick to one name

  10. June 3, 2016 at 8:48 pm
  11. OC DEM
    June 5, 2016 at 10:54 am

    The wheels have come off the bus over there in Juiceland.
    Maybe Greg can explain why when you do a backards search on Josh Newmans robo call it shows his house, maybe he should change his slogan:

    “Josh Newman, your kitchen table Senator”

    Oh, and remember the time Greg proclaimed that (the other crazy Deb) SOS Bowen could and should be a future President of the United States! Thats not dellusional.

  12. Pinky
    June 5, 2016 at 12:19 pm

    Speaking of grudges, crazy Greg hates Florice Hoffman, Solorio, Brandman, and Melahat.

  13. Cynthia mae Curran
    June 6, 2016 at 11:49 am

    I hope Johnson/Weld of the Libertarian Party do well. I think the Trump pushed in the Republican party has turn a lot of folks off and if Johnson/Weld get 3 percent of the vote, the Libertarians could for the first time have a candidate making it in Orange County. I’m more hawkness than the libertarians but think that they could gain politics in a different direction. Can you see in OC, libertarians putting up stronger candidates because some people don’t like the democrats or republicans.

  14. Penquins fan
    June 6, 2016 at 7:29 pm

    The OC Register is reporting an outbreak of shark sightings in Sunset Beach, Huntington and Newport.

    Remarkably, there were reports of vicious SHARKS in Anaheim Hills (AD 68). Aparantly a two hundred fifty pound red head female shark, along with a MUCH LARGER bearded shark are preying upon a defensless feeble creature. They have NOT eaten him yet but, they are circling. The male shark is relentless, coniving and not a hunter but a scavenger. His female colleague has always relied on her feckless, weak husband to support her jabds and sneak attacks.

    The target here, an aging, unable to speak for himself old fish, ought to be left to float down stream, but SHARKS are selfserving, vicious and unable to coexist.

    I hope the old fishes family realizes the OLD guy is washed up.


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