San Diego is BROKEn, and a Biker May Be Able to Fix It
There is a real problem in San Diego, where I used to live: It's on the verge of bankruptcy, and the city's credit rating has been reduced to junk bond status. Add to that a mayoral race that went completely sideways because of one city councilperson, Donna Frye. Frye entered the race for mayor at the last minute, which created a legal battle over which document that governs elections has precedence over the other. One clearly states that there is to be a primary in which as many people who want to run may do so. From that primary the two candidates with the most votes run against each other in the main election so there is a majority, over 50%. Frye did not run in the primary, but she entered the race about a month before the main election. Nobody did anything about it, and she ended-up with the most votes. It was not a majority; it was roughly broken into thirds, with Frye getting one or two percent more than the other two. Eventually, it was decided in court that incumbent Dick Murphy would retain the mayor's seat. He is now stepping down next month, and there will be another election.
Donna Frye is the stereotypical California moonbat. Look-up California moonbat in a dictionary and her picture is right there. Ultra-leftist, tree-hugging, tofu-eating...you get the idea. She wants the Mt. Soledad Memorial Cross removed from the site where it has stood since 1949. She's a real turd, and she's running again.
"New York" Myke Shelby is the owner of San Diego Harley Davidson, a Vietnam vet, and he's a strong conservative who has announced his candidacy for the mayor's race.
I hope he wins.