Amy Lepine has tossed her hat in the ever-growing tent that houses the circus known as the San Diego City Attorney’s race.
In this ring is a former city attorney who is suing him for sexual harassment. Amy Lepine’s entry is interesting for how it alters the dynamics overall.
After watching Aguirre for a while, I was concerned that he was losing it as the criticism mounted. Now I am convinced he has lost it. Getting into shouting matches outside of Democratic club endorsements and twisting every answer to a question into a response along the lines of the press is against me, I am for you, therefore, we need to send the establishment a message does not sound like a rational mind at work.
If it were only the UT I couldn’t agree with him more. But it’s not. He reminds me of Donna Frye in her inability to separate herself from her position and the illusion that only they speak for the people because all the other electeds represent certain constituencies and cannot be trusted.
This is the mindset of a “Mayberry Machiavelli”; real leadership requires compromise and solutions not stubbornness and paranoia.
Now that a candidate has entered with a personal grudge, Mike should be taken off his game enough for anyone to walk on in.
Hello Scott Peters?