Can we say that Bexar Democrats are a reflection of Texas democrats? If they are – we will be seeing a lot of red in 2012. What a sham and shame that Bexar County Democrats idea of exercising political power came at the sacrifice of one of their own.
I hope that no other county party behaves in such manner.
Anyway, you would think that a Democrat in leadership role would use some common sense when criticizing a fellow democrat, especially in a public domain since they already have a bad image…no need to expand on that topic. You may recall that there was opposition to Ramos forced removal, but unfortunately his supporters were not given equal media coverage, or equal voice, but this is San Antonio, you know how that goes. However, just when I thought Bexar democrats had satisfied their lust for power, imagine my chagrin at reading comments by an SDEC member.
I finally encounter a democrat exercising his freedom in support Ramos and in support of our democratic process. He makes this bold statement…
“I believe that any future correspondence or communication regarding BCDP, should be signed or sent out by Dan Ramos, who is the duly-elected (by 60% of Bexar County Voters) BCDP Chair, to counter the misleading information citing Choco Meza as “Chair” and to avoid any further confusion. This is especially true regarding any letters sent out to the Secretary of State, Attorney General or to Jackie Callanen.
The LAW is THE LAW. Neither Nelson Wolff, who is only a county judge and NOT a Supreme Court Justice, nor anybody else, has the authority issue any “orders” setting aside the votes of an official election – nor should they place themselves above the law.”
BCDP’s insane approach to address Ramos comments was just that “insane.” I forgot what Ramos said, but I recall all the comments and letters written to oust Ramos, even to extent of criticizing his appearance and intelligence. It was a long reach for power and it worked. It would be nice if the power they were reaching for actually did some good, but not the case as Texas voters have yet to elect a Democrat statewide. I attended some of the meetings prior to lynching Ramos and they were just that…lynching parties…like in the old days….way back…
And from what I understood there was no precedence in this case, hence why emotions ran high and logic and order were no where to be found.
Political incorrectness, however seems to pervade democratic halls…read on. These are a couple of responses to the statement above.
To: “B Shvetz” <
Date: Saturday, July 30, 2011, 8:20 PM
No body is listening to you losers. Look at your pathetic web site. Morons.
“Losers” “Morons” These individuals are part of the same organization. What does the website have to do with anything?
From: B Shvetz
“Nova Camp who sent a hate email to me …”
To: Don’t step on my freedom of speech…
Obviously, these ranting are due to the division caused by the removal of Ramos, which continues to smell of foul play. Nevertheless, the BCDP’s scandalous behavior has surpassed anything Ramos said…
Comments made by another SDEC member were just as disturbing. BD shout intolerance yet they too are intolerant to the point of daring to silence the voice of opposition.
“You are beganing to sound like that loudmouth and very vulgar Dan Ramos formerly the Bexar County Chair till we took a stand and ousted him. If you want to build any type of following you need to temper your speech. I doubt I would support you.” Ralph Galvan SD 26 committeeman
This Nova Camp individual is a member of the BCDP and SDEC . Why is this representative for Texas Democrats making such comments to other democrats who are simply exercising their freedoms in supporting Ramos?
Choco Meza was conveniently “elected” by party members, many of which were newly appointed precinct chairs. However, Ramos was voted in by popular vote, even though Meza had support from many of the local elected democratic officials, SHE LOST! I guess it was not easy to eat that slice of humble pie. I guess Bexar Dems were going to get their person in one way or another.
It baffles the mind that many democrats found Ramos comments distasteful, but many of those same democrats are in perfect agreement with name calling, bullying, and directing hateful comments at Dan Ramos and his supporters. Come on, two wrongs do not make a right.
This is a case for the pot calling the kettle black. It’s not OK for Ramos to make comments about special interest groups shoving their agenda down the throats of voters, party members and such, but it QUITE ACCEPTABLE! for democrats to heave deragatory comments on Ramos and his supporters. Again, I guess Bexar Dems are like the preachers that don’t practice what they preach.
Oh and this just in: Boyd Richie made a remark that stunned a lot of folks who believed that the Bill White campaign was directed to some degree by Boyd. He told us that he thought it both dumb and wrong for Bill White to have run a Republican Lite campaign and not support the down ticket candidates. Richie said he had no control and little input. He also said that he has been upset for sometime with the DNC finance folks who call Texas donors and tell them not to contribute to the TDP.
So, why is the DNC supporting/endorsing Hinojosa for party chair? Why is the BCDP on a quest to silence the democratic voice? Whatever these politiqeros are cooking up, it does not look like anything Texas Democrats should bite into..but that’s just my opinion.
What do you think? Are you ready to run for governor again? I think you should.