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May 14, 2014

You’ve gotta give for what you take

Filed under: Alameda, Election — Lauren Do @ 6:04 am

So did everyone remember that we have an election coming up in a few weeks? But let’s put a pin in the Alameda County races for now and instead talk about one very particular Contra Costa County race, the one for District 11 which features our very own City Councilperson Tony Daysog on the ballot.   Why a Contra Costa County race you might ask?   Who really knows what goes on in the mind of Tony Daysog.  Maybe it’s all just a ploy to generate any kind of name recognition possible.  Maybe it’s some big scheme to keep his name at the forefront of people’s minds so that he can run for Mayor or something, who knows.

Because it’s pretty clear from the lackluster website he threw together and his “issues” that he hasn’t put that much thought into this whole running for Congress thing:

glamor

 

You might be wondering what these “individual freedoms” are as I did.   Let’s forget the fact that the whole website is one big graphic for some reason.   It’s really odd.  Anyway, the freedoms, as enumerated by Tony Daysog:

freedom

Yeah.

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2 Comments

  1. Thanks to the website – which by the way was not easy to track down on google, we have learned that Tony has expanded our personal freedoms in Alameda. Do you feel expanded? I know I certainly do. And that he stopped casinos from coming to the Bay Area. Hopefully the district he is running for doesn’t include the casino in San Pablo.

    Comment by notadave — May 14, 2014 @ 9:23 am

  2. Actually the san Pablo casino bring positive cash flow to a City which has nothing ….. Without adding to violence prostitution and everything the oh no not in my back yard claim would do , why do you thing the Las Vegas Casino are behind every anti gambling laws in California ….take a close look at Las Vegas Casino revenue {s} this aside whether we like it or not gambling goes on right under our noses , by making it legal you can control it and benefit in the process , no one will question City Employees wages anymore , a win win situation

    Comment by frank — May 14, 2014 @ 4:11 pm


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