The Committee to Re-Elect Loretta Sanchez today announced that it will hold a campaign rally featuring President Bill Clinton on Friday, October 15, beginning at 3:00pm PST. The rally, which is free and open to the public, will take place at the Old Orange County Courthouse, located at 211 West Santa Ana Boulevard, in downtown Santa Ana.
“Only we [Vietnamese] can have sympathy and only us [Vietnamese] can understand our concerns. Only we [Vietnamese] will truly care, protect the true interests of the Vietnamese community in many all areas such as economic and social security that we have not long had a voice in the U.S. legislative process.”
It’s pretty well established that “independent” CD-47 candidate Ceci Iglesias is running with little chance to win Loretta Sanchez’s congressional seat and is a candidate solely to siphon Latino/Latina votes from Sanchez, but she continues to step in it either deliberately or by accident. In this case, I’m sure this is just an innocent accident.Â …
The Van Tran PR machine is really pushing a story that comments made by Rep. Loretta Sanchez were racist in some way against Vietnamese supporters of Van Tran.Â It’s clearly time for candidates like Phu Nguyen and Bao Nguyen to step up to the plate and denounce Van Tran’s smear tactics.Â And while we’re at…
Among those 300 women was Cecilia Iglesias, the self proclaimed Independent challenger to Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez. We have written since the start of her campaign that Cecilia Iglesias is nothing more than a Republican plant, funded clandestinely by supporters of Republican nominee Assemblyman Van Tran. We have pointed out the fact that Iglesias has posted pictures of herself with a variety of high profile Republicans on her website.
Most of us know that parking in a spot designated for handicapped individuals when you are not handicapped is against the law. It is against the law, even if you have a valid parking placard. If you are not disabled, you are not authorized to use the placard even if you have one.
â€œAs Members of Congress, it is our duty to speak for those who have no voice. We must collectively stand up for the freedom of these activists by urging the Vietnamese government to unconditionally release these activists. We as Members of Congress have an obligation to engage the Government of Vietnam and call on them to uphold and respect human rights by releasing all activists.”