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In 92036760"765"1989 (myself included until recently), addition, it had been arranged Girrden & Gifts the state's Assembly will have a for P6rez to run unopposed for new Speaker sworn in on March the 22nd District's state Senate, Candy-Fudge 76.5 0480 1st, replacing Karen Bass, who while Kevin De Le6n was slated is leaving due to term limits, to become the Speaker of John P6rez, a representative of the Assembly. However, after Los Angeles's 46th District, and a private meeting of political ,-7('__._ a graduate of UC Berkeley, will leaders, De Le6n "opted" to ~LETO /I- be the first openly gay person throw hissupportbehind P6rez. lt & Gallery of color to serve as Speaker. If seems that the "notable" system P6rez had been chosen on the of government, which faded Friday to Monday merits of his leadership skills, away after the defeat of John 12-4 experience, and the ideas he had Quincy Adams, and returned 2116QhffdSD'et presented in spite of or despite to the stage with the election his ethnicity and orientation, thenof Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Mol~rcycleApparel this would be a victory against is once again the norm, except both prejudice and the affirmative that alma mater and relationship ]a[{l~- Lealhers, Apparel action brandofelectionsthathas to the leaders of the right ]a~,~ifJ~ Gilts&Jewelry plagued both state and national movements is as important, if not b~[I politics. Unfortunately, this is not more, than name, and that said . the case. Soon-to-be Speaker leaders confer election victories P6rez will assume one of the to said "notables," rather than ...7(,r, 0785 2000 Main st. most powerful positions that state a public espoused to a certain 2116 NainStreet ,,0.~,~.=,~, government has to offer during name or association. February 10, 2010 .................................................................... risk ~ ur discount ......... .....~ ........ ~ ...... ~Z SZ Z L ..... COFFEE HOUSE Break{a now ervinq Pancake , Griddle Cake , Flap J ack [ 1921 Main St. call out ordera: 765 i906 OPEN EVERY DAY w,,,,,. Drafting I House Plans . i MANAGEMENT CAD/Drafting I Real Es Building Permits I Busin Project Coordination Bookkeeping I( P.O. Box 401 61~ Julian, CA 92036 1901 760-765-11131 his first term as a legislator, he . on comer of comes with little or no experience Main & C St. outside of organizing for the lgheaven.com United Food and Commercial Workers International Union .egalAdvice (UFCW) among others, and )NYJ, ROMAN01 he will undoubtedly have the interests of the powerful unions I who brought him to power as )rney-At-Law the state muddles through a Iate, Estate Planning, I staggering budget deficit for the ess andWater Law | coming year. I John P6rez is a union man. At j) 696.9916I age 40, he has spent 15 years working for several organized rstAvenue, Suite ll0 I labor committees, including the CA. I UFCW, meaning that nearly his ;an Diego, I entire career has been devoted to the interests of labor. This is not Representing Victims of Sei Home Owner's Fire Insurav Joseph T. Dibos Attorney At Law 61 jd 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 420 San Diego, CA 92101 The Justice and Compensation ious Accidents ce Claims 9-235-0307 ibos @diboslaw.com You Deserve & TAX SERVICE WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The viet contributing writers are their own and not ne Julian News management. We invite all/; opinions and comments to The Julian News are subject to editorial approval prior to acce Letters must include your name and con Letters may be marled to: Juli P. Jul~ emai/: /etters@ju/iannews.com in person: Julian News Office (in Sour 1453 Hollow Glen Road (Ba Deadline is Friday Noon for the ne; ~~ ' MAILED52W ~- - ,~,~E~~i='~ First Class Del Mail Subscription To: Julian News P,O.Box 639 PRINTJ NAME: ADDREStS: C~ TELEPHONE: ( VISA rl MASTERCARD CRsorr C~RO NuBia: Ex~'no~ DarE: SIGNATURE: State ) PAYMENT METHOD CHECK[~ MONEYOR vs expressed by our ;essarily those of The arties to submit their All contributed items otance for pubfication. !act information. an News . Box 639 an, CA 92036 dings Complex) rn - 3:30pro Mon-Fri) rt weeks issue -EKS - $40.00 ~ery - $120.00 Julian, CA 92036-0639 / For irrbrmalion, call (760) 765-223 Zip 4 ~H El necessarily a bad thing, however, unions such as the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and the UFCW exert enormous power in Sacramento, and someone with such strong ties to organized labor is unlikely make choices on the budget that may be necessary for the state, but distasteful to unions after spending his entire career on union payrolls. We are at a point in California's history in which spending must be cut across the board, including the payment of prevailing wages on government jobs, the reduction of the number of government employees, and welfare in all of its forms, and taxes will have to be raised, likely on the entire population, if the state is to remain fiscally solvent. There is a chance that P6rez will do what is necessary to cut the budget down to size, in spite of those who brought him to power, but in a state of crisis such as this, taking a chance on a lifelong union organizer to lead us through this fiscal crisis could have catastrophic results. The process of P6rez's election is also questionable. 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