Simi Valley Mayor: Abortion Politics

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I read this post and the comments on it on the Simi Valley Facebook Page. You can go read it by going to that page and scrolling down the page.

I know that parties and activists want to promote people they agree with because candidates for one office might run for another office later. But I don't find this issue compelling in the race for mayor of Simi Valley. Do you?

I do find it interesting to learn how people make their decisions on local candidates.


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The question really is; can any Simi Valley city council member; past or present, say they are pro-life? Elton Gallegly did nothing about the contamination caused by Rocketdyne when he was a Simi Valley city council member. Today; Elton Gallegly is being paid millions of dollars to do nothing about the contamination at Rocketdyne. Simi Valley city council members like Mr. Davis and Elton Gallegly are profiting at the expense of the lives of the unborn.

Simi Valley city council members; and the people that voted for them, took away a person's right to choose a long time ago. None of them can say they are pro-life or pro-choice. They are pro-Rocketdyne. They are pro-Waste Management. They are pro-Republican. They are pro-greedy selfish scumbag politicians.

Early in the campaign I was approached by a group that intended to give out endorsements based upon ones answer to the question, “pro-life or pro-choice.” I responded that whether I agreed with that group or not, I didn’t see where this issue has a place in local politics. I also stated that my views on the Iraq or Afghanistan war, global warming, the Federal Reserve, or even interplanetary Galactic Federation goals of Earthly conquest had nothing to do with a local council race. And as such, I had to respectfully decline to comment one way or the other.

Now, if I had been asked about filling pot holes, clean water supplies, sanitary plant operations, labor negotiations and the like, I might have offered an opinion. Because those are issues that local city councils deal with.

This is an irrelevant issue. Leave it to someone like Nobody to get drawn into a non-issue like this.

The last time I checked the City Council didn't have the authority to overturn Roe vs. Wade.

Political sign ordinances are about as high a legislative bar as we want to set for members of the Simi Valley City Council. So, please don't get them thinking about too much of real substance: the resultant arc flash could prove too dangerous for "America's Safest City Council."


You're absolutely right Mr. Godwin,

Simi Valley's city council is real brave when chasing off food carts selling buttered corn on the cob wrapped in a fresh tortilla proudly made daily in a church in the sanctuary city of Simi Valley by an authentic Mexican illegal immigrant.

And Simi Valley city council nalmembers have mastered sneaking up on Democratic signs; in the middle of the night, with two helicopters and six squad cars four deep full of officers looking at no less than a half million dollars a year pension each.

And the whole county is still in amazed how Peter Foy harried Farmer's Insurance Company so incessantly to let Elton Gallegly park his motorhome in their parking lot until they finally became so infuriated they moved to the Valley.

One can only imagine what might occur in Simi Valley if "Elton worshiper" Robert Huber were to be elected to the Simi Valley City Council...

Wow, Nobody, you've really gone off the deep end here. Baseless accusation after baseless accusation.

As a lawyer, one would think you'd be more diligent in relying on the evidence, the facts, rather than taking pot shots in the dark at everyone and everything.

Have you ever considered writing fiction? If not, you should. You seem to have a knack for it. You could be the next Stephen King.

You did it again. "you've really gone off the deep end". Are you sure it's not you that might need a little help?

If something I wrote was baseless you would have relished at the opportunity to point out my "misunderstanding of the facts". Where are my facts off?

I don't even know where to begin, Nobody.

But,, let's start with the whole big lie about Pete Foy pressuring Farmers' Insurance to let Gallegly park his motor home in their parking lot. That is a big fat lie and I dare you to produce any evidence that supports this.

Plus, all the crap you've been propagating about Steve Hintz and his "corrupt ways." Again, you've never offered one scintilla of evidence to support this. I challenge you, on both of these false accusations, to prove them before you go spouting off your big mouth again!

It's become public knowledge that Elton Gallegly parked his motorhome in Farmer's Insurance parking lot in Simi Valley. If a regular citizen parked their motorhome in Farmer's parking lot it would be towed away Immediately.

Elton Gallegly could never broker a deal as complicated as convincing a insurance company to let him park his motorhome in their parking lot. He obviously had help.

That's where Peter Foy comes in. He works for Farmer's Insurance. Peter Foy is the county supervisor for the Simi Valley area. It would be irresponsible to assume Peter Foy was not involved in the ParkingGate scandal.


I; and several others on this blog have presented eye witness testimony including Judicial Review Board rulings that clearly exhibited Steven Hintz's failures as a judge and a law abiding citizen.

To say you haven't witnessed "one scintilla" of evidence portrays your level of integrity and honesty to that of Eric Ingenmuson.

I challege you to come up with another Ventura County Judge; past or present, who has been identified as being a more corrupt judge than Steven Hintz. Until you can do that stop spouting off big mouth comments your midget body can't back up.

Oh, it's "public knowledge" that Elton parks his motor home in the Farmer's Insurance parking lot, eh? I suppose it became public knowledge when you overheard two old busy-body ladies talking about it over the fence. Offer me some real evidence, Nobody, or zip it!

Your scandalous comments about Steve Hintz are just as laughable. He made a couple of procedural mistakes in court and you have him swinging from the gallows. Boy, I bet you're interesting to observe in a courtroom. You're probably as convincing as those clowns who state their cases on Judge Judy.

ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Choice is an indicator of many other issues and concepts on personal liberties. Nearly all candidates will avoid the question as stating a position automatically loses more voters than it would gain.

But why the question gets asked for a municipal election is the broader question. However, Planned Parenthood PAC asks the question 10 different ways in their endorsement questionnaires for the most local election contests.

The nexus for a city council or mayoral contest is how they would protect women's health clinics using their own police force.

Past Municipal Candidate, your comments make absolutely no sense. The City's police force has an obligation to respond to credible threats that are directed at particular organizations, businesses, or public agencies. That doesn't mean they're going to post a police officer in front of the Planned Parenthood building 24/7. That would be a huge waste of resources.

If Planned Parenthood feels that they are going to be a target for bombings or other terrorist actions (and it seems they have every right to fear this), then they should provide private security at their facilities as a preventive measure.

No matter how many cop cars cruise by the Planned Parenthood building, someone who is intent on doing them harm will succeed eventually.

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