Monday, October 27, 2008

How I Spent My Summer Vacation

Sorry, have not been blogging much lately-OK not much here. If you visit Red County you certainly have seen more of me than my family lately. Over there I am Colony Rabble. Oh yeah, and over here too. I have been very involved in the Anaheim City Council campaign, primarily on the side of tossing Lorri Galloway's lying, greedy, incumbent butt out of office. On that note, please join me for a party celebrating the two candidates I beleive will take this thing.

Anaheim Chamber of Commerce

Please join us for an
Evening with the Anaheim Chamber's Endorsed Candidates

Date: Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Time: 5:30-6:30pm
Location: Bella Marri's Italian Restaurant, 20 South Anaheim Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92805
Serving: Delicious Appetizers and a no-host bar

This will be an opportunity to meet the candidates and learn easy ways to help them to victory in their campaigns.

We look forward to seeing you at this event.

Please RSVP to 714-758-0222 or call if you have any questions or need additional information.

Remember to Cast Your Vote on November 4th, 2008 in the General Election!


Following an extensive vetting process including written questionnaires, personal interviews and a voting procedure, the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has endorsed two
candidates running for positions on the Anaheim City Council. Planning Commissioner Gail Eastman and Councilman Harry Sidhu were endorsed by the Chamber for the two seats up for election in November because of their strong pro-business philosophy.

Eastman has served the last seven years on the City Planning Commission, the past three as the Chair. Sidhu is an incumbent Councilmember, having served on the Council for the past four years. Both have been active in the community of Anaheim in business and volunteer capacities for many years.

“Our Chamber chose these candidates because of their strong past record and stated commitment to continue to support the needs of the business community, promote job growth and encourage the future economic vitality of our city,” stressed Bruce Solari, Chair of the Board of the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce. “This dedication includes their records as champions of protecting our Anaheim Resort District, which we all know helps fund vital city services like fire and police.”

The Anaheim Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in Anaheim. In addition to candidates, the Chamber will be weighing in on the issues and propositions that have business implications. For more information you can go to

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