Monday, October 29, 2018


Simple, the most qualified candidate for city attorney was a women and until protests were lodged she was denied a simple interview.  Now every female attorney who applied for Brownsville municipal judge was denied the job?

It is time to clean the swamp.  Every city commissioner must be voted out.  I want to see a bloody war by the commissioners so we can get to the truth about these corrupt political machines running the show and obtaining loyalty through these appointments.


A blue wave means Eddie TreviƱo wins and Cascos loses.  This will mean we are stuck with the absolute worse county judge and city mayor.  Thank god for the private investors downtown trying to change Brownsville.

Women rise up and demand equality.  It is incredulous in this year of the women Brownsville is so brazen in its discrimination against women.


Anonymous said...

Thank you for writing about this issue that has existed forever. Women are never equal in the Rio Grande Valley. Look at ground-breaking ceremony pics -- all or mostly men. Look at new city manager hire and interviewees -- all or mostly men. Look at director positions within city and private entities -- all or mostly men. And, if there is a strong woman in any of those positions, she is disparaged as a B-I-T-C-H as men are lauded for being a strong leader for exhibiting comparable attributes.

Anonymous said...

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 has not yet hit Cameron County.

BobbyWC said...

It's coming