[UPDATE: C.W. Nevius just issued his endorsement slate just now as well. What a coinkidink! Is he in the same machine/faction as Ken Garcia? Oh yes. Hey, do you think either of these two will run for the DCCC or other elected office someday? Stay tooned…]
I don’t know, Ken Garcia’s latest joint has this tidbit:
“…I don’t endorse candidates…”
But then he goes and endorses groups of candidates thusly:
“If you need guidance, there are several respected groups that carry election endorsements worth checking out, including the websites for the Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club, the City Democratic Club*, Plan C, and the Building Owners and Managers Association.”
So he doesn’t endorse candidates, but he does endorse endorsements of candidates? O.K. fine.
If you vote for somebody not on this slate card, you might be electing a person who is not “sane.”
Per K.G., the “local Democratic party organization was the object of a coup.” Really? Isn’t a coup a “sudden unconstitutional deposition of a government?” Yes it is. But didn’t San Francisco voters vote in the representatives on that body? Yes they did. Were these voters insane from Ken Garcia’s standpoint? Apparently. Or they were misled. Or they’re stupid. Something like that. O.K. fine, if you say so.
I mean, did Aaron Peskin and Chris Daly “rid” the DCCC of “many of its moderate members” or did the voters? Oh well.
In conclusion, Columnist Ken Garcia Doesn’t Endorse Candidates, Oh No. But Slate Cards? For Sure!
*Confusingly, some of the candidates endorsed by the City Democratic Club don’t reside within the walls of the Chamber of Commerce Fortress of Reaction. Kenny-boy doesn’t really want you to vote for those people, actually, so consider the City Democratic Club endorsement slate an outlier, FYI.