Sunday, May 22, 2016

All Ed Needs Is An Address and He's Part of the OP 10.33 BISD Slate

Ed's Campaign Sign on 14th Street, Purchased by
Car Salesman Mike Hernandez III
All Laguna Vista resident Ed Rivera has to do is find a girlfriend within the boundaries of the Brownsville Independent School District and he's good to go on Mike Hernandez III's 2016 BISD slate to remove poverty from the city by 2033.  As we all know, several thousand BISD students take a bus downtown each day to return to their homes in Matamoros, Mexico, all with BISD addresses in their paperwork.

It's not too big of a stretch to call Ed Rivera, "Brownsville's Biggest Loser," as blogger Bobby Wightman-Cervantes did, just a few days ago.(We had that designation in our notes, but BWC is just a bit quicker on the trigger.)  Consider this, Rivera, a Harvard grad with a splendid resume', relinquished his spot as a Texas Southmost College trustee, to run for one, then another position on the Brownsville Navigation District, but lost that race by a wide margin despite heavy financing from Dallas car salesman Mike Hernandez III.  He also found his brief service on the Brownsville/South Padre Island Airport Advisory Committee a bit too cumbersome, relinquishing that post.  


Ed Rivera Sharing his Philosophy and Credentials with
Brownsville Observer Publisher Jim Barton
Ed, the frequent flier and world traveler in his business, called in jet-lagged for his final meeting representing the kids of TSC.  Perhaps, "ass-whipped" would have been a more accurate excuse for his absence.

The names EDRIVERA and RAULVILLANUEVA both adorned OP 10.33 advertising signs throughout the county with the space between their first and last names removed, possibly to demonstrate their frugality in apportioning tax dollars at the Brownsville Navigational District. We suspect Mike Hernandez III sells both the HUNDAIELANTRA and the KIASPORTAGE at his Dallas luxury car dealership and knows how to market an economy puddle jumper as a luxurious land yacht.

12 comments:

  1. Ed wanted to give back to the city of his birth, but the negativity and back-stabbing have convinced him it's not worth it. He won't be running for BISD or any other elected office.

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    1. ...and on that day, whine as his self-entitled ass might, not a single shit was given.

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  2. Sigh....what a relief!!!!!!!!LOL

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  3. Ed Rivera is an asshole and just so full of himself. The harm he did to TSC will take years to undue.

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    1. "The harm he did to TSC will take years to undue." Undo, maybe? You must be a TSC grad.

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  4. I think the loss at the Port has Eddie Trevino worried a bit. Mike Hernandez support of him may also come to roost on his head.

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  5. Eddie Treviño should be less concerned about his association with Hernendez and more concerned with his association with "Imagine Brownsville". You can not undo what has been done. I would never vote for Eddie Treviño.

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  6. Yes, it’s a godawful mess. And our moronic electorate has helped make it all possible. If I believed in god I’d say a prayer, or a thousand.

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  7. Bullshit, bullshit, bullshit

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    1. Exactly how I described OP 10.33 the first time I read their amateurish website.

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  8. Ed had a five year political plan. He claimed it was going according to plan, I guess this was a set back considering how badly he lost. On the bright side he gets to go back home. Ahhh no place like home.

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    1. I recall another bunch of people with 5 year plans. Didn't work out for them neither.

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