continued In Henderson's opinion, neither Republican Murphy nor his potential opponent Democrat Dede Alpert has "ever taken a stand against the corporate greed that has characterized so many of San Diego's problems over the last decade."
Aguirre complains of "secret government backroom deals, generous campaign contributions, excessive gift-giving, and bad public policy by which the public's assets have been given to private individuals. We need a streak of populism to return community power to community purposes."
Oh, yes. Henderson points out that Moores's problems with the ballpark weren't the result of a streak of populism or lawsuits. What delayed the project was its unworkability and the governmental investigation of Moores's gifts to former councilperson Valerie Stallings.