Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Gulf Coast Lefty YOU Need to Remember Your Words

Tokyo Rose: "I used you all"

Lovely little article in the Caller-Times today. Tokyo Rose tells all. She freely admits she was a Republican, until it got in the way of her ambition, so she became a Democrat, until it got in the way of her ambition, so now she's a Republican. Well, I don't know about her true party affiliation, but I do know she's dishonest about it. Which, quite frankly, causes me to wonder what else she's not being honest about. I thought judges were supposed to have something called integrity.

Then Tokyo Rose has the gall to say, "I really hope my friends in the Democratic Party understand and I hope that our friendship will transcend party politics." News flash, TR: I understand completely. You used me (and every other good Democrat) like a doormat on a rainy day. Don't worry, Tokyo--I'm going to be just as loyal a "friend" to you as you were to me. I'm sure you'll sleep well tonight--people with no scruples never feel pangs of remorse.

posted by GulfCoastLeftie @ 6:55 PM

At 7:44 PM, Anonymous said...
I feel betrayed!!! We should start a Good DEMOCRAT Political Action Committee.

At 8:17 PM, Anonymous said...
Me too! I only have about 3 standards left in my old age, and Tokyo Rose violated two of them; don't stab your true friends in the back, and NEVER BE A REPUBLICAN!!!

At 9:03 PM, Anonymous said...
Hey let the rest of us know when you start this group. And ask everyone to put differences aside and create the largest group ever.

At 9:34 PM, Anonymous said...
I'm really depressed because I don't have a lot of money, so I volunteer my time to help candidates. As a woman, I worked really hard for women candidates. I worked really hard for Vilma and she stabbed us in the back. Now Rose did the same thing. As a woman, I'm really ashamed because of this. Now I'm thinking why volunteer my time? They just use me and stab me in the back.

At 10:14 PM, ProChoiceCatholic said...
I wonder if this is just Vela's personal attack on Hinojosa: if she ran as a Democrat, she could only make his life tough for a little over two months, but as a Republican she can haunt him for eleven whole months.

Has anyone checked if there have been any recent judicial decisions where Hinojosa may have inspired such an odd-ball act of revenge from the Velas?

At 9:56 AM, Anonymous said...
ALL OF YOU NEED TO QUIT CRYING!Think of all the GOOD things she has done for you. Judge Vela has done an EXCELLENT job for all of us here in Nueces County. I think she will do great in the Court of Appeals! I am a strong democrat.....but she still gets my vote.

At 10:39 AM, GulfCoastLeftie said...
If you're voting for Tokyo Rose, you're NOT a strong Democrat. Call yourself conservative, liberal, mainstream, progressive, independent, whatever. Just don't call yourself a Democrat, or a Republican, for that matter.

At 11:00 AM, Tokyo Rose said...
Can you be a strong Democrat and still vote for Rose? That's a good question I cannot answer.

If Rose has switched parties, but if she will rule in a nonpartisan way, is what Rose has done worse that what Vilma did when she voted for the illegal DeLay-Craddick redistricting plan or what Jaime Capello did by betraying his constituents?

How do we measure Rose's disloyalty against Vilma's or Jaime's?

I knew Rose (or thought I knew Rose), and I have met the “Democrat” she is running against (he’s definitely a “Democrat” in the Vilma-Jaime mold). I cannot say that he's any more of a Democrat than she is. If there was ever a need for a viable third party candidate, this is the race.

At 12:20 PM, GulfCoastLeftie said...
Indeed, the constant dilemma of being in the big tent of the Democratic Party. Vilma may be a DINO, and I may rail about the fact no one runs against her; however, I would vote for her over any Republican, because she's with us half the time, better than 98% of the R legislators.

With a judge, it's a different story. I don't have much dealings with the legal system, so all I have to go by is what I would want should I appear before a judge--integrity and fairness. Sorry, but Tokyo Rose has just proven to me beyond a reasonable doubt that she'll sell out her friends for her career advancement. No question, at this point--I'll support Hinojosa. He could have done just what Tokyo Rose did. He could have waited until 5 minutes before the filing deadline and slapped his application down at the state Republican headquarters, and likely have faced NO opposition, no other Republican AND no Democrat filing against him. He didn't do that. To me, that demonstrates integrity, regardless of his DINO identity.

At 2:44 PM, Anonymous said...
Oh how I love this! People with nothing better to do than cry and whine!

At 3:00 PM, Anonymous said...
Hey . . . did someone tell Judge Greenwell about this blog?

At 4:44 PM, Anonymous said...
Judge Greenwell probably reads this blog every day; he's a RINO.

At 4:45 PM, Anonymous said...
You're damn right we are going to whine and cry, people usually do when they get burned. And many of us did!!!!

At 7:49 PM, Jaime Kenedeño said...
Rose Vela a Republicrat . . .

Posted on January 5, 2006 at 02:15:01 AM by Jaime Kenedeño

but is that not a positive for South Texas??

Remember we have Valley Democrats who ally with Mikal Watts.

Yellow Dogs or different breed?

Then we have the weakening "tire de la palanca democrática" of Solomon and Rene Rodriguez (that Tony "TWO FER" Canales chose to divide).

Thus we have a Valley Alliance that includes the "Yellow Dogs" and the Old Coat Tails of Dr Hector.

TWO FER allied with Mikal WATTS during the Firestone Litigation in Filemon Vela's Court. For Rose Vela to step to the Republican Label brings the disillusioned Democrat with her but she too must be disillusioned with a select faction of South Texas Democrat. This is a Mikal Watts trait. Finding the right intangible to liase with the Republican reasonable and therfore "alliable". A meeting of the minds his dollars can buy. Dont waste your money Mr WATTS. If you do then do it in a press conference and through the proper channels.


There are no ifs when you donate not before not after.

You support them because they have certain platforms. Not because they are going to win and you want to be able to tell them WATT to do.

At 9:43 PM, Jaime Kenedeño said...
“Tony the Two Fer” lyrics

(sung Two the tune of “Minnie The Moocha”)

Hey folks here's the story 'bout “Tony the Two Fer”

He was a lowdown hoochie “Two Fer”

He was the RUFFest Couthless Stale

But “Two Fer” had a heart as big as a snail

Hidehidehidehi (Hidehidehidehi)

Hodehodehodeho (Hodehodehodeho)

Hedehedehedehe (Hedehedehedehe)

Hidehidehideho (Hidehidehideho)

He messed around with a bloke named Jaime

He loathed him though he was no “LIME ee”

He looked him down from his uptown

and showed him how he “Twofored” his own around

Hidehidehidehi (Hidehidehidehi)

Whoah (Whoah)

Hedehedehedehe (Hedehedehedehe)

A hidehidehideho (Hidehidehideho)

He had a dream about Yturria’s king of Switzerland

He gave him things that He was stealin

He gave him a home built of gold and cotton

A diamond mine without a bottom

A hidehidehidehidehidehidehi (Hidehidehidehidehidehidehi)

Hodehodehodehodehodehodeho (Hodehodehodehodehodehodeho)

... (...)

... (...)

He gave him his “Chicago Ranch” and his POLO horses

Each meal He ate was a dozen courses

Had millions of dollars worth of nickels and dimes

He sat around and counted them all millions of times

Hidehidehidehi (Hidehidehidehi)

Hodehodehodeho (Hodehodehodeho)

Hedehedehedehe (Hedehedehedehe)

Hidehidehideho (Hidehidehideho)

YOUR Two, YOUR Two, YOUR “Two fer”

At 10:37 PM, DANNOYNTED1 said...
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At 10:46 PM, Jaime Kenedeño said...
Judges in Nueces County do what they want to do.

Posted on December 23, 2005 at 10:58:42 PM by Jaime Kenedeño

Judges in Nueces County do what they want to do.

12/23/2005 3:37 AM


Ralph: "Yet an attorney can turn that phrase around to mean something entirely different."

So can I.

And very eloquently and convincingly; I might add.

The problem is when the "Legally Trained" deny, do not follow, break the rules and act like there is nothing wrong with their actions.

When a judge violates the due process because he can. When he violates a right of the individual or rules blatantly obtuse to the law. Most do not object. Most just go with the flow.

The system will take that path of least resistence everytime if you do not force them to respect your knowledge of the law AND your DUE DILIGENCE.

A recognized "Legally Trained" individual is recognized as "in the know" and has not to prove himself to not be violated legally.

Judges in Nueces County do what they want to do.

Who has got the "QUAN"?

Ole Tony has got those "nickels".

He sure did give a lot to Tony Sanchez and still lost Nueces County.

At 10:47 PM, Jaime Kenedeño said...
Re(1): Judges in Nueces County do what they want to do.

Posted on December 23, 2005 at 11:34:50 PM by Jaime Kenedeño

They sure have tried to keep it (the Law & Medicine) a secret.

Doctors & Lawyers both.

Now there is the internet.

Curmy: "Doctors gain their knowledge reading and then perfect the skill through guided practice"

As does the Attorney in the Courtroom but first in the Mock Trials.

I think it would be easier to learn to argue in the adversarial process than perform a tracheotomy.

Another comparison would be the Doctor's undernetworking with the Pharmaceutical Vendors, billing & overbilling, specialist referrals, and the behind the scenes "barterring" as such in the Judicial Process (Judiciary of Texas mainly Nueces, Cleburg & Kenedy).

Even in the Law ENFORCEMENT, ESPECIALLY ALONG THE CORRIDOR. This is where we need to address the Patriot Act and its misuse. Also the Ed Byrne (Fine Furniture) Grant used in Kingsville to exact personal vendettas. It is also the source of the Adversarial Agencies infighting and "playing dirty" to become a "Town Boss". Ernesto Solis benefits from all. Right Noel Pena, John Hubert & Yolanda Carmona?

At 10:48 PM, Jaime Kenedeño said...
Re(2): Judges in Nueces County do what they want to do.

Posted on December 23, 2005 at 11:36:04 PM by Jaime Kenedeño

Jaime Kenedeno

Posts: 1337

But an average citizen can.....

12/23/2005 2:47 AM


become learned of a specific area of the law.

Say maybe a criminal act or CFR adherement, maybe Probate.

Myself, I enjoy the case law.

The court room etiquette or rules of decorum, the objections, the formalities in questioning and witness examination & cross examination are only learned from experience.

Also, sometimes a lay person can see a strategy or something a legally trained individual may be blind as he is too close.

And in Nueces County they LAWYER HERE LIKE NOWHERE ELSE.

We need to clean house and disbar.

Hell if they did it to Manuel Marroquin, Chris Mc Junkin, and Armando Benavides (all three disbarred) then why not Rene Rodriguez, John Hubert (Malicious Prosecutor), Tony "TWO FER" Canales (election violations), Shamsie (witnessed Capelo deal).

Mc Junkin is back in action. He is the attorney who offered me $20k for an Article titled, "Serpent in the Garden" written by James Pinkerton in the Houston Chronicle. It was about a pedophile Deacon (James Plaisted) at Parkdale Baptist Church. Plaisted worked with Horvat and they both worked with CCISD children. Tinker got him off. Someone paid for him to go to Boston and attend Law School; an FBI agent overheard him luring a child from Corpus Christi to Boston. He targeted single or divorced families. Then he would "help" the family with money & other things a fridge, washer, dryer, ac etc.....

He said, "If you can't find it (the Article);...... then your not that good"

Well we found the article.

He used it for himself not the kids.

Subsequently, Tx A&M Kingsville stopped carrying the Houston Chronicle. Even a requested inter library loan for all the A&M Libraries.


That Blackball is a reality.

Who controls it?

Better yet who controls the "PROTECTION & PRIVACY" of the Elite who get "busted"?

Of course there is a "small fee" involved.

At 11:02 PM, Jaime Kenedeño said...
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At 11:07 PM, Jaime Kenedeño said...
Filemon Vela (New Republican Crossover Rose Vela's Husband) owns the Building....

Posted on January 3, 2006 at 09:43:48 AM by Jaime Kenedeño

that the Democratic party moved to on Staples.

The Dems aren't saying nothin?

At 12:02 AM, DANNOYNTED1 said...
For You Bob Jo