Mary Hayashi Mailings Around Town, posted by Pro-Law, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 22, 2012 at 2:34 pm
Has anyone else been receiving mailings from what appears to be Mary Hayashi's office recently and paid for by the taxpayers? I think I have received three mailings since she plead to shoplifting. I don't remember receiving any other mailings before the shoplifting.
To me it just looks like she is using her budget (provided by taxpayer) to attempt to make a "good" name for her. Every time I get one of those mailings it makes me lose more and more respect for her.
Posted by She knows no shame!, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 22, 2012 at 3:56 pm
She knows no shame ! Appalling and unbelievable ! ! She's spending campaign funds from various Hayaski funds, to run for Alameda Co Supervisior, (now get this) to replace another unstable criminal,(both admitting to mental lapses) Nadia Lockyer !!
You couldn't write a novel like this ! ! Are the Dems that desperate??
I'm so glad to not be on eiither one's Dem mailing list! Front page of Sun Times article, said she has been 'sentenced'? to three years 'probation' !! and a whopping $180. fine !! It seems to me, the fine should have at least been equal to her theft....shoplifting of $2,400.oo worth of clothes !! Appears the judge travels in the same local political circle as the very poltical Hayashi couple.
$180.00 fine??? outrageous ! Probation and pocket change, is not even a slap on the hand. The Judge, for his own reputation, should have been a bit more realistic, and not quite as obvious in his political pandering.
Posted by Mr. Mittens, a resident of another community, on Jul 25, 2012 at 7:16 am
What Hayashi and most Dems don't realize is that there are ways to steal that aren't necessarily illegal. I've always found that it's easier to steal from the public (e.g., paying no taxes) than it is to steal at some middle class clothing store. Besides, my way is legal. Heh-heh-heh.
Mitt - Always standing tall for you people whoever you are.
Posted by Mr. Mittens, a resident of another community, on Jul 25, 2012 at 11:37 am
I agree, for golly sakes. When one is in front of the public, he or she needs to learn how to lie with impunity. Heh-heh-heh. Also, it is very important to steal in a way that is not obviously illegal. Such as stealing from the state. It's one thing to lie and cheat about tens of millions of dollars on your income tax form - heck, EVERYbody does that. But it's another thing to attempt pilfer a sweater at Marcus Nieman's. Sheeeeesh!
Mitt - Always looking out for all you people out there.