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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Coming soon: Race baiting in the FL-17 congressional race and the case of the curiously-placed campaign signs

Coming soon: Race baiting in the FL-17 congressional race.
Just because it's low-key race baiting doesn't mean it's
NOT race baiting.

You want proof, I've got it, plus, the curious case of the FL-17 campaign signs in Hallandale Beach and elsewhere that keep going up where they are explicitly forbidden: on the property of churches and public schools.

And yes, I've got the photos to prove it.
That they've been in some of these locations for so long calls into question a lot of things about the candidates and their campaigns.

I'll also highlight some of the important questions that the South Florida news media aren't asking the
FL-17 candidates as Primary Day draws near, while Miami & Fort Lauderdale-area print and TV reporters continue to snooze this summer away in their air conditioned offices, far from the candidates and the voters in a race that will send a new face to Washington to represent them.

To repeat what I said recently, is there a major newspaper in the country doing a worse job of covering an open U.S. House seat than the Miami Herald?

If so, please tell me the name of the newspaper and the CD and a short explanation making the case, and I will be happy to mention it here.
Frankly, I don't think I'll get any takers for obvious reasons.

And trust me, the Herald reporters
really, really don't want to leave their office and get out into our sweltering weather, which is why they love forcing the candidates to come to them.



My slice of the political universe -map of Florida’s 17th Congressional District

From http://www.govtrack.us/
"We help you keep tabs on the U.S. Congress. This is the independent, nonpartisan website that started the "civic hacking" movement around the United States Congress."

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#HOLLYWOODFL based photographer and entrepreneur Esther Chuang with Hollywood Mayor-elect Josh Levy

Thumbs up! What a night! #HOLLYWOODFL based photographer and entrepreneur Esther Chuang with a very elated Hollywood Mayor-elect Josh Levy at his Victory Party, held at Leo Anato's Atelier3/AT3 on Harrison Street & S. 19th Avenue, Hollywood. AT3's great environment and the amazing variety of food prepared by chef Kevin Dreifuss, former owner/chef of ENDS MEAT restaurant, was SUPERB! November 8, 2016

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Above, perhaps my most-favorite photo ever of Esther, which is really saying something considering the THOUSANDS that I've actually seen of her, from all over the world. But despite the fact that you can't actually see it here, trust me, her amazing smile and inner and external beauty are there. This photo is an even more amazing achievement when you know the backstory of what it took for Esther to get to the top of the mountain, since it's NOT for the faint of heart. Next time you see her, ask her about that! Morro Dois Irmãos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on her birthday, July 10, 2015. That's the Christ The Redeemer statue way out in the horizon on the top of another mountain, to the left of her head. �� In case you forgot what the Christ the Redeemer statue looks like, up close, here's another Brazilian beauty to connect-the-dots for you: Gisele Bündchen, aka @Gisele.

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