Meet CouncilMechista Villaraigosa
"As leader of the state Assembly, I say President Zedillo had great impact in defeating Proposition 187," Villaraigosa told a news conference after he and a state delegation met with the Mexican chief executive. (L.A. Times, Aug. 4, 1999) -- CLICK HERE for more important information on traitor Antonio.
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A BLAST FROM THE PAST
LOS ANGELES - July 24, 1997 - (VCT -- Now American Patrol) --- State Assemblyman, Antonio Villaraigosa (D-District 45) Majority leader of the California State Assembly, claims that immigration is the responsibility of California.
Speaking on the radio interview show "Which Way L.A.?" (KCRW - FM) on Thursday, July 24, Villaraigosa said, "The federal government has said that this issue of immigration isn't a federal issue, it's a California issue. Guess what? California has half the immigrants in the entire nation."
.......Together with Assembly Speaker Cruz Bustamante, who appeared on the same program, Villaraigosa demanded that California taxpayers pick up the tab for welfare services to legal immigrants which has been dropped by the federal government.
"As I recall," said Glenn Spencer, president of Voice of Citizens Together, a grass-roots organization opposed to illegal immigration, "when the Mexicans were fighting Proposition 187 they told us that it was an illegal state scheme to regulate immigration. In fact, federal judge Mariana Pfaelzer, their co-conspirator, used just that language to strike down Proposition 187. Now they say that immigration is a state issue. You simply can't have it both ways."
Bustamante and Villaraigosa pledge to hold up the state budget until Governor Wilson agrees to pay for food stamps and other services for the Mexicans.
A Blast from The Past.....
MEChA Boy Villaraigosa Runs for Mayor, Fails
then... MEChA Boy Runs Again, Wins
Latest Antics Involving
Vehement Mexican Reconquista Villaraigosa May 17, 2005
Dangerous MEChA-boy Elected Mayor of Los Angeles
Click this link to follow his traitorous antics after election day, 2005
Sacramento Bee -- May 18, 2005
Rabid Mexican reconquista elected mayor of Los Angeles
City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa appeared likely Tuesday to become the first Latino in modern times to be elected Los Angeles mayor as he led incumbent James Hahn in a bitterly fought grudge match between the two former combatants. -- A one-time high school dropout with a troubled past... [This deplorable traitor was also a 'queso grande' in the ACLU, and went to Mexico to congratulate then Mexican president Zedillo for his help in killing California's Prop 187.]
Bruin Almni Association -- May 13, 2005
Ex-gang-banger Villaraigosa renounces MEChA... sort of
On May 11 at a morning campaign press conference, Antonio Villaraigosa was asked for the second time in three days about his ties to MEChA. Two days earlier on Monday at a North Hollywood press conference, Villaraigosa responded flippantly, "I was in the Boy Scouts, too." -- This time, with the Bruin Alumni Association banner "Renounce MEChA" pressed up against the window... [Also See: Racista Mechista]
Los Angeles Daily News -- March 29, 2005
Activist attacks impenitent MEChA-boy Villaraigosa
A longtime San Fernando Valley activist opposed to illegal immigration has launched his own campaign against Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa's [shown at left with fellow Mechista] bid for mayor -- even though he said he has similar concerns about Mayor James Hahn. -- Hal Netkin... has launched an anti-Villaraigosa Web site, www.mayorno.com...
KABC-7 -- Los Angeles -- March 25, 2005
Rep. Waters endorses former gangster, MEChA-boy for mayor
Los Angeles -- Rep. Maxine Waters, one of the city's most prominent political voices [and lefty extremist], labeled Mayor James Hahn a failure and endorsed his rival in the May runoff, Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa [a craven traitor and stooge for Mexico City]. -- Hahn's campaign shrugged off the defection... [Hahn is no gem, but he's not nearly as dangerous as the Mechista pest. See: MayorNo.com]
L.A. Mayor Hahn
Pilar Marrero - La Opinion (Mexican propaganda rag) - March 14, 2005
La Opinion Blowhard: Hahn allegedly 'lashes out' against invaders
...[L.A.] Mayor Hahn has listened to his lowest instincts and, during the last mayoral debate aired last Tuesday by CBS, he took it out against undocumented immigrants. Using inflammatory language that no other candidate would dare to say, he stated a total fallacy: undocumented immigrants [criminals], he said, are "ruining" our economy. [Hahn is right, too. -- Antonio Villaraigosa, a bona fide Mexican reconquista and subversive, is much worse than Hahn.]
MayorNo.com -- March 5, 2005
Replay: Walter Moore on KABC's Al Rantel Show
Recorded March 4, 2004. Requires Free Windows Media Player 9x. Support Moore for Mayor of Los Angeles. Don't forget to vote on March 8. -- Click here to find out about the other candidates. -- Click here for Joe Guzzardi's comparison of Moore vs. avowed pro-illegal-alien invasion, pro-Mexico lying MEChA chump Antonio Villaraigosa, also running for mayor.
MayorNo.com -- February 19, 2005
Open letter to Mechista stooge running for mayor of L.A
Mr. Villaraigosa: During last week's KABC mayoral debate, host Doug McIntyre asked the following question, "Knowing that Los Angeles is a target city for terror groups, why should the city of Los Angeles make a document that is only needed by illegal immigrants available so people can move freely about the city?" [Listen to Villaraigosa shuck and jive]
L.A. Times -- December 21, 2004
Gadfly's Messages Tout Moore for Mayor
The underground war to influence the L.A. mayor's race is starting with automated phone calls from a conservative gadfly who is touting little-known Republican candidate Walter Moore. -- Hal Netkin... said he was calling 2,500 numbers a day with a message that attacks the five leading candidates, chief among them Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa [the rabid Mexican reconquista pictured at left].
Los Angeles Times -- November 8, 2004
MEChA-boy Villaraigosa dejected over Kerry's loss
...Los Angeles City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa was among those who left town to be in the thick of it. A national co-chairman for Sen. John F. Kerry's campaign, he was back in council Wednesday morning looking grim. -- Kerry's loss ended speculation... that he might win a Cabinet post in a Kerry administration (that's all America needs!).
Associated Press -- October 28, 2004
Effort to recall MEChA-boy Villaraigosa underway
East L.A. -- A group of East Los Angeles residents plans to launch a campaign to recall councilman Antonio Villaraigosa. -- One of Villaraigosa's constituents and five others say they want to recall him because he broke his pledge to serve out his four-year council term when he decided to run for mayor for a second time. [Related Item]
Communist Party USA - September 27, 2004
Why Latinos Want to Dump Bush
...Anti- [illegal] immigrant hate groups like Arizona based American Patrol, are using the internet to publicize and organize the backlash movement targeting progressive Latino politicians [reconquistas] like Grivalva and L.A. City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa for being pro [illegal] immigrant and for being alumni of MEChA. They go on to smear the Kerry Edwards ticket for accepting support from the progressive Latinos. [They failed to mention unsavory flotsam the likes of Bill Richardson, 'Fibber' Cisneros, and several others.]
Los Angeles Daily News -- August 8, 2004
Four contenders aim to knock out Hahn, but he's no weakling
With [vehement reconquista, former MEChA leader, and Mexican government lackey] Antonio Villaraigosa's long- awaited and widely expected decision to run for mayor of Los Angeles, the cast is now complete and the stage is set for what will be the most bruising, big-money, well-oiled campaign in L.A. history. -- The challengers smell blood -- Mayor James ['L.A. is a Mexican City'] Hahn's...
Pacific News Service -- August 7, 2004
Blacks in a Quandary Over L.A. Mayor's Race
Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa's entry into the mayor's race has conflicted the city's African- American community and put black voters in a such a quandary that they are unsure of what to do, according to sentiments expressed this week. -- The black voters' dilemma turns on whether to support Villaraigosa [a Mexican reconquista], who entered the race Monday, or his African-American City Council colleague, Bernard Parks...
KTLA News / L.A. Times -- August 3, 2004
Diabolical Mexican reconquista runs for mayor of Los Angeles
Ending months of speculation, L.A. City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa [former East L.A. gangster and MEChA leader, and long-time lackey for the completely corrupt Mexican government] said Monday that he will launch a rematch against Mayor James K. Hahn, the man who beat him for the city's top post in 2001. [This traitorous clown had the audacity to say, "A great city deserves a strong leader with the ability to bring people together and take on the challenges we face."]
American Patrol -- June 21, 2004
Reconquistas, others bleat about Border Patrol 'sweeps'
Another rally was held today in downtown L.A. to protest the recent arrests of foreign invaders in So. California. Participants included a Catholic priest and other usual suspects, including MEChA-boy Antonio Villaraigosa, co chair of the Kerry campaign, who moaned and groaned about the busts being 'selective enforcement.' KCAL-TV aired a report during the noon news today. More later.
San Francisco Chronicle -- May 6, 2004
Kerry, former MEChA-boy 'Hispander' in L.A. barrio
Charging that President Bush "broke his promises" to the Latino community on critical issues, Sen. John Kerry [and his wife] plunged into this Hispanic stronghold on Cinco de Mayo to court a group that may hold the key to the White House in November. --- Kerry's national co-chair, Los Angeles City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa, insisted the senator has close connections with Latinos across the United States. [Photo of Mechista, Kerry, Mexican flag]
Los Angeles Times (Free Registration) -- April 30, 2004
'MEChA-Boy' Villaraigosa considers challenging Hahn
From that crushing moment on election night three years ago when he knew he had lost the mayor's race to James K. Hahn, Antonio Villaraigosa [a vehement Mexican reconquista and reputed former gangster] said he always knew one other thing too: "I was going to run again." -- Now, surveying a widening field of challengers and a mayor weakened by a corruption scandal [like the pot calling the kettle black]...
Press Release from April 8 -- April 10, 2004
Worst of the Mexican reconquistas back John Kerry
...Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Henry Cisneros, Congressman Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.), Florida State Representative Bob Henriquez, Los Angeles City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa, and Democratic National Committee Hispanic Outreach Director Nelson Reyneri will participate in the call [which has now already taken place].
KNBC-TV -- Los Angeles - April 6, 2004
Parks, several reconquistas may run for mayor of L.A.
L.A. City Councilman Bernard Parks is expected to announce a run for mayor as early as this week... -- So far, only Sen. Richard Alarcon [brother of this vehement communist reconquista] has announced his candidacy. -- Other possible candidates include City Controller Laura Chick, also a former City Council member; City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo; and Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa...
New York Times (Free Registration) -- February 26, 2004
Mexican reconquista Villaraigosa co-chairs Kerry's campaign
..."There's no question that our efforts to move up the primary didn't work out in quite the way we had hoped," said Antonio Villaraigosa, a Democratic member of the Los Angeles City Council, a former speaker of the State Assembly and a national co-chairman of Mr. Kerry's campaign. "The rest of the states moved up their primaries, as well, and effectively undermined our effort to be more relevant."
Los Angeles Times (Free Registration) -- December 3, 2003
Villaraigosa to Pay $5,100 in Ethics Fines
Los Angeles City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa has agreed to pay $5,100 in fines to the city Ethics Commission after acknowledging that his 2001 mayoral campaign violated campaign finance laws. -- Villaraigosa signed a stipulation admitting that his campaign accepted six contributions that exceeded the $1,000-per-person limit established by city ethics laws.
Los Angeles Times (Free Registration) -- November 21, 2003
7 Elected City Officials Decline Raises (but not MEChA Boy Tony)
A rift has opened between Los Angeles elected officials after fewer than half of them decided by a deadline Thursday to turn down a 2.9% pay raise. Most of the rest said they would give at least part of the increase to charities in their districts. -- Only Councilmen Antonio Villaraigosa and Bernard C. Parks are accepting the $4,000 raise without making any specific commitment to donate it to charity. A Parks spokesman said it is nobody's business what he does with his pay.
Los Angeles Times (Free Registration) -- October 19, 2003
Invader Licenses: CouncilMechista thumbs nose at U.S. laws
..."We don't come here to take part in terrorism, we come here to work," Los Angeles City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa told a cheering crowd of Latino immigrants gathered at East Los Angeles College. "There are people out there who are trying to divide us. But we are not going to be deterred. We are here. We work hard. And are not going anywhere." [More on the license repeal effort]
L.A. Daily News -- September 13, 2003
L.A. Council, usual suspects back 'freedom ride' for criminals
Los Angeles City Council members, insisting they were seeking to further civil rights, came out Friday in favor of the planned freedom ride by immigrants to Washington, D.C., this month. -- "Los Angeles is the new Ellis Island of the United States," [MEChA-boy reconquista and] Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa said. "This is about having a fair immigration policy for people who have lived here for years and helped build this country...."
KABC-TV -- Los Angeles -- March 5, 2003
MEChA Boy Goes to City Hall
Los Angeles - March 5, 2003 - (KABC-TV) Former police Chief Bernard Parks and former state Assembly speaker Antonio Villaraigosa captured seats on the City Council, reviving their political careers and setting up a possible City Hall power struggle as Mayor James Hahn faces two prominent foes. -- Parks won Tuesday's (3/4/03) election with 78 percent of the vote, easily beating four minor candidates in his fight for South Central Los Angeles' 8th district.