And speaking of the People's Seat ...
California State Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon ought to pay a visit to his own district.
Cudahy, South Gate, Lynwood.
These cities rank near the bottom on quality of life issues.
In Cudahy, residents are raising hell over the corruption, waste, and malfeasance.
Assemblyman David Hadley (R-Torrance, AD-63) took the time to admonish the Torrance City Council over the corruption eating away at the leadership there.
Perhaps Speaker Rendon would like to explain to the vast majority of young Hispanics in his district why he pushed a forced wage hike to drive more workers into unemployment and out of business.
He also ought to explain why he wants to play up the Big Green and the Big Labor agenda at the expense of the rest of the state of California.
How about real education reform, which will allow poor minority families a better chance at success later in life?
When will Speaker Rendon speak up for the needs of his constituents?
Do we really want a man who represents a district with the worst uality of life ... to represent the entire state as Speaker of the Assembly?
I think that Californians can do better--we certainly need better representing us in Sacramento!