Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Pechanga Elections: Macarro has to be Optimistic

With 17 days remaining before the July 19 elections, we believe that Pechanga Chairman Mark Macarro is optimistic about his re-election chances.

His main challenger, Andrew Masiel is part of the corrupt family tree that will have members indicted by the DOJ for corruption at the Pechanga Casino. His mother was part of the cartel that refused to accept the historical truths presented to them by their expert. Of course, she slept through some presentations. Masiel himself was LATE for an appeal hearing, of course, his mind was made up as he was counting his increased per capita checks.

The other challenger is a nothing, a zero and will get the votes of her kids and maybe a sister. She is the kind of woman who would keep her own brother out of the tribe.

So that leaves Macarro, whose legacy is now the "incredible shrinking tribe" of Pechanga. Congratulations.


Anonymous said...

who is the other challenger? I thought it was only andy masiel?

OPechanga said...

My understanding is that it's Mary Bear's sister.