Sunday, March 15, 2015


What makes Jessica Tetreau-Kalifa a good city commissioner is, she represents her district.  She is well known and liked.  Sergio Zarate cannot challenger her on the merits so he will use a pornographer to taint her reputation - that is all you need to know about Sergio Zarate.

Congressman Vela represents his district.  He is working very hard to deepen the port.  Contrary to all the naysayers at least two companies are now going forward with the export of liquid natural gas from the Port of Brownsville.  These companies know Congressman Vela is going to fight tooth and nail for our port.

On a personal note a friend had his passport card denied for 10 months.  He is a mid-wife birth.  The fact we proved his father is a U.S. born citizen meant nothing.  After 10 months of game playing and getting nowhere, all of a sudden we were told he never applied and there was no application pending.  The two letters and various update printouts we had were fabricated.

30 days after everything was documented to Congressman Vela's office - the passport card came in the mail.  Apparently low level paper-pushers are intentionally losing the files of people born by midwifes.  They do not even deny the applications - they just lose them.

In this case it was found after Congressman Vela asked the right questions.

This is what a Member of the House of Representatives is suppose to do - represent the individual needs of their community and constituents, and not get bogged down in the divisive politics which has become Washington D.C.


Anonymous said...

" . . . challenger her on the merits . . ."

What are her merits that cannot be challenge? In comparison to whom is she a good commissioner that represents her district?

BobbyWC said...

Shge is very accessible and responds when people complain - within minutes of learning there was a flooding problem on Jaime Zapata near Trevino funeral home and Palm Resaca she had the residents on the phone letting them know BPUB had been notified - by chance as it turned out they were already on their way based on the number of complaints - but he point its - she acted immediately upon learning of the problem

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

I totally agree with your comment Mr.BWC, I live near the area you describe, closer to where the fire dept. station is and Ms. Tetreau is always available and does something to try to find a solution to a problem if it is in her district. On another "political" matter. Last night I received a phone call from a phone number under the name Paloma Marin. I usually DONT answer calls from "unkown name", "name not available", "unknown caller" or even if a name appears and it is a name I dont recognize. A message was left on the machine. The message was an invitation to meet the candidate (or in this case your mayor) Tony Martinez. The time stamped on the call was 8 pm. My question or concern is that I wonder if there is a time that is considered RUDE, or intruding into the personal time or privacy of my home calling at that time? Most working people are preparing to have dinner, resting after a long day of work, busy doing home chores after a long busy day. I HATE election months because some politicians, who NEVER call or ask the citizens for their opinions on issues, suddenly remember that those citizens they are supposed to serve ARE registered voters. I DID tell this to the person on the other end of the phone line. The person hung up (thank God), but I will remember who are the ones that call and who are the ones that dont need to call. I can make up my own mind. Positive actions speak louder than "bla, bla, bla".

BobbyWC said...

The calls are actually legal. But if im on the fense as between two candidates the call will cost them my vote. For me the call is insulting. I can do my own research. Two, i hate when people i do not know call me

Bobby WC