Dana Rohrabacher Is Dirty

[Moxley Confidential] Congressman turned $1 million Costa Mesa home rental into pigsty

When Congressman Dana Tyrone Rohrabacher moved into a four-bedroom, four-bathroom, million-dollar Costa Mesa rental home on April Fool's Day 2010, the immaculate, 6,300-square-foot property could have been featured in a glossy real-estate magazine. Built in 1948, the two-story, Orange Avenue home had been updated in recent years for comfort and style. The carpeting was new, appliances worked and walls were spotless. Thriving flowers, plants and grass adorned the idyllic back yard less than 4 miles from the Pacific Ocean.

"We thought, 'Wow, a congressman. . . . What could go wrong?'"

But it's now understandable why Orange County's senior, career politician secretly changed the locks and refused to allow homeowner Robert Polyniak inside for annual inspections. When he moved out in August 2012, Rohrabacher left behind a shockingly horrific pigsty, a dump worse than a college fraternity house of unhygienic slobs unfamiliar with the most basic tools of cleaning. Darlene Whitsell, Polyniak's longtime girlfriend, entered the home shortly after the congressman's departure and wept at the scene.

"It was disgusting," she said. "It was unbelievable. Who lives like that?"

The congressman's grime-covered kitchen stove
Courtesy Darlene Whitsell
The congressman's grime-covered kitchen stove
Dana's filthy pigsty: heavily soiled carpets
Courtesy Darlene Whitsell
Dana's filthy pigsty: heavily soiled carpets
More filthy carpeting
Courtesy Darlene Whitsell
More filthy carpeting
Just gross
Courtesy Darlene Whitsell
Just gross

See a photo slideshow of the mess Rohrabacher left here.

Massive black stains and muck covered the carpet throughout the home. Sticky grime encased damaged, rusted appliances. Denied water, once-thriving outside plants and grass dried up and died. Blinds were cracked. Black dirt ruined the appearance of once-sparkling tile floors. Walls inexplicably contained odd holes, nail polish, wax and some smelly substance that may have been feces.

Every toilet seat in the house was broken. The ceilings showed smoke damage. Light switches had been cracked. Clumps of hair and remnants of what may have been balloons or some other rubbery material clogged sinks. Cracks scarred doors. Thick, solidified grease rendered the air-suction vent above the kitchen stove useless. Bathroom towel bars were missing, and vanities suffered water damage.

A second-floor suite used by Dana's wife, Rhonda, as her bedroom contained a huge, mysterious, lubricant-like stain—something you might expect on the floor of a Hollywood sex club—that had seeped through thick carpet and padding to tarnish a hardwood floor. The dishwasher wasn't functioning. A wooden chair in the back yard had been crushed, and phone lines were strangely severed. An overflowing tub cracked a ceiling with water damage.

And, no joke, white maggots squirmed underneath a kitchen stove that may not have ever been cleaned during Rohrabacher's $3,350-per-month occupancy, which was secured, in part, with character references from fellow OC congressmen Ed Royce, John Campbell and Ken Calvert.

Paid invoices show the widespread damage totaled more than $25,800, according to records reviewed by the Weekly. Polyniak deducted the $6,700 security deposit and sent the congressman a bill for the remainder. But Rohrabacher—66 years old and known even in friendly Republican circles for miserly inclinations even though his family's known income easily tops $250,000 annually before counting lucrative congressional benefits—steadfastly ignored seven of his ex-landlord's polite communications.

In August, a year after he, his wife and their triplets left the disaster and stiffed Polyniak out of a week of due rent, the congressman hired a lawyer, Devon R. Lucas, to file a lawsuit in Orange County Superior Court. According to the complaint, Rohrabacher, who skipped all military service when he was eligible to fight in Vietnam and nowadays hails himself "a patriot," thinks he and his wife are the victims in the dispute. He wants Polyniak—a soft-spoken construction subcontractor who honorably served in the U.S. Marines—to pay him $20,000 for not refunding his security deposit in a timely manner.

With a scheduled April 2014 court-management conference, the case doesn't look close to a respectable resolution. Lucas has sent Polyniak more than 50 hostile letters, a tactic apparently designed to win a default by handing the ex-landlord ever-increasing legal bills. What expenses Rohrabacher is incurring, if any, in the battle are unknown. Lucas, who lists his law-office address as a Costa Mesa mail drop, did not respond to inquiries about whether he is providing the congressman free or discounted services.

In September, Polyniak filed a cross-complaint in court. That lawsuit alleges in part that the Rohrabachers "failed to perform their obligations under the lease and have breached the terms and conditions of the lease in numerous, material ways." Among the breaches: The congressman—who'd quietly bought a $1 million home in another part of Costa Mesa—refused to provide a forwarding address for an extended period of time.

Behind the scenes, there has also allegedly been a not-so-subtle threat from Rohrabacher's camp that the 13-term congressman (who first ran for office in 1988 while championing the imperative of term limits) will use his political weight and personal relationship with Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas to prompt a criminal probe as another intimidation tactic against Polyniak and Whitsell.

No public record indicates Rackauckas has taken sides in the civil dispute.

"When Rohrabacher moved in, we thought, 'Wow, a congressman. This is great. What could go wrong?'" recalled Whitsell. "We're normal, everyday people, and this [situation] has become really scary."

 
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justin504
justin504

Typical Republican. Dirty, slimy thieves.

gautry
gautry

I've been in the Rohrabacher's home several times since Nov. 2010 and saw none of this. It was a typical, well-kept house with a family living in it.


The house itself was not the "million dollar, 6300 sq. foot", "glossy magazine" dream house this piece describes. It was a middle-middle Costa Mesa home with zero curb appeal and the architecture had no style whatsoever. That exaggeration leads me to question whether we are seeing other exaggerations in the story as well.


- Greg Autry

docten
docten

I know for a fact someone is running against Rohrabacher.  Me!  I filed yesterday.  BTW I'm a "libtard".  I love that word.  It reflects so badly on the user. 

dogncat
dogncat

Maybe a background/credit reference check would have made it apparent that there should have been caution taken prior to renting.  Or maybe it was some type of karma coming back to the not so landlord ...


rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

@jimgilchristHey, if SoCal white supremacists want to rush to Congressman Dana Rohrabacher's aid, knock yourselves out. As for "Minuteman/border nut" Jim Gilchrist, one of the most disrespected whiners in California political history, his public record as a PR hound among senile loons and white bigots speaks for itself. If Frank Mickadeit at the right wing OC Register nails you as a right wing turd, then, by gosh, Jim, don't you think you should crawl back into your watering hole and try not to cheaply raise $ for your bigoted operation? Low on bar funds? Need another Col. Sander's outfit? Or are you simply incapable of decency?

HBresident
HBresident

I saw their previous rental after they moved out.  I believe the description of the damage done to this house as it's very similar to the damage done to their previous house.  

repstart
repstart

I listened to Dana try to defend himself on the John and Ken show. For a journalist to print this piece without going into the background of it in more detail is hard to believe. After hearing both sides it seems clear this was a landlord who was trying to get out of paying a deposit back. Does it make any sense that a congressman would open himself to this criticism? Not to me. Also I lost a lot of respect for John Cobelt in the way he conducted himself on air. I think if Ken was present Dana would have been treated more fairly. This news source needs to take a hard look at Moxley and his tactics. A published apology is in order.

jimgilchrist
jimgilchrist

@rscottmoxley  Moxley, as expected, your blathering rant to my posting is the typical cheap, unintelligible reply from a second rate journalist.  


Moxley, if you or Frank Mickadeit ever want some guidance on how to think out and write a credible piece of journalism, I will be more than happy to advise you.  When I was a newspaper reporter back in the 70s, crappy-faced wannabe writers like you and Mickadeit were quickly "fired" for the irresponsible antics that you portray as respectable American journalism.  Yeah, man, our editors actually held us responsible for presenting fair stories and commentaries about the persons we wrote about…including the persons we "targeted" for criticism. 


Even a second-rate journalist would know when he or she is being "used" to compose an amateur propaganda hit piece.  And even a third-rate journalist would know that he or she should at least get a rebuttal from that "target" about humiliating or criminal accusations being made about that "target."  


My God, Moxley, you and Frank Mickadeit have got to be the dumbest snakes ever to slither through the sewers of Orange County, California posing as fair and balanced newspaper journalists.  You clowns are just that…a big joke…laughable and disgusting to the public, and embarrassing to your publishers and co-workers.


Thanks to people like me, and others, like Brent Bozell of the Media Research Center in Washington DC, the public has some journalism watchdogs who defend the innocent persons your kind try to lynch by exposing you.  


"Gotcha!  Dirtbag!"


Thank you for making my day, punk.  Now, go back to journalism school and learn how to be a professional journalist.  Please, it's for the greater good of mankind.  And take the village idiot Frank Mickadeit with you.  :)


Although I have never contributed financially to Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, I may change that policy.  Perhaps I shall donate to a legal campaign on his behalf to haul you and the rag you write for into Superior Court to answer to a complaint of conspiracy to deliberately and premeditatedly defame the congressman.  All the congressman's counsel needs to hang you and your newspaper is the proof of malice and accompanying lies.  


There appears to be ample malice on your part, since you apparently have stalked Congressman Rohrabacher for at least a decade with a continuous barage of defamatory writings, and, in the instant case, it appears that you conspired with Congressman Rohrabacher's ex-landlord to fabricate a saga of untruths about the congressman for the sole purpose of unjustly and maliciously defaming him.


Free speech and rhetoric is generally respected by all.  Malicious rhetoric with the sole intent to bring unjustified or unwarranted harm to another person is not respected, especially by the courts.


Congressman Rohrabacher, sir, where do I send my check?



Jim Gilchrist, Founder and President, The Minuteman Project

--the first casualty of propaganda is the truth--

--the next casualty is the victim of a witch hunt--



jimgilchrist
jimgilchrist

@azurenightmare1 @jimgilchrist


Still crying over your multiple losses in Superior Court, eh?  When you are wrong, you are wrong.  Get over it and get on with your life.  I sued because you deserved to be held accountable for your actions, and the Superior Court jury and judges agreed.  Congressman Rohrabacher receives no monetary benefits from the Minuteman Project.   


However, after the attempt by dirty journalist R. Scott Moxley to literally propagandize the congressman and insult the intelligence of the electorate, I think the congressman's supporters will see him as the victim of dirty journalism that he is at the hands of the aberrant mindset of a hate-monger who feels he has carte blanche authority to compose ridiculous fantasies about a person he hates. 


Not too bright.  Certainly not the conduct of a professional journalist.


By the way, are you still hanging out with Frank Mickadeit?  Will you ever find solace and do something productive with your life?  There is more to life than spending every second teeming with hatred.  Just my two cents.  :)


Jim Gilchrist, Founder and President, The Minuteman Project

-the first casualty of propaganda is the truth-

lancechendrickson
lancechendrickson

Whoops... Rohrabacher filed first.  Please replace "plaintiffs" (though perhaps they should have been) with "landlords" below.  Anyway, the key is whether Rohrabacher did, in fact, deny the landlord entry for inspection purposes.  Who does that?

lancechendrickson
lancechendrickson

Looks like the plaintiffs are alleging that the grass dried up & died.  But in parts of the supposed "Rohrabacher" video, you can see green grass outside.  So either the video was of a different place, or the plaintiffs made up at least the part about the dried-up grass... or, this was Rohrabacher's move-in day video, not his move-out day video.

jdsocal
jdsocal

R. Scott Moxley, unless you can prove this video is a fake, you are scum of the earth for writing this hack piece. And all your little libtard minions, go back to Santa Ana or wherever you came from, and stop being a blight on OC! Do you seriously think a congressman would approve of someone writing like this? LOL, you libs are all crazy. Same people who are 9//1 truthers.


BTW, prove the video is faked, and I'll be the first to apologize.
 

And you have my e-mail Moxley. If you think I have any connections to Rohrabacher, as your utterly insane paranoid defamatory readers do, e-mail me your phone number and we can chat.

candy
candy

did any one give it a thought that the congressmans video had a time and date stamp on it.

It doesn't make sense that he would leave a place in that kind of mess. The carpets look just like normal wear and tear. Everything else look spotless. 

Taking a video of how you left something is the correct thing to do, even when you rent a car so this kind of stuff doesn't happen. 

jimgilchrist
jimgilchrist

It appears that the only "dirty" individual in this story is its writer, R. Scott Moxley. 


"Dirty" journalists are as common as bribe-taking politicians, drug-dealing cops, incompetent judges, and pedophile teachers and clergy members.


Moxley should have queried Congressman Rohrabacher for a rebuttal about the accusations made about him by the landlord.  By not doing so, Moxley displayed his complete lack of concern for any fair or balanced presentation of the debacle.

That is always the first sign of a "dirty" journalist.  


I remember very well how an incompetent Orange County Register writer, Frank Mickadeit, deliberately quoted persons who tried to tarnish my organization's reputation, and me personally, by falsely claiming that I was committing criminal acts like fraud, theft, embezzlement, etc from within the Minuteman Project.  All of these accusations were simply lies proffered by a few individuals who wanted to steal the Minuteman Project because they wrongly perceived it to be some kind of cash cow, in my opinion.  I (the Minuteman Project) sued these persons in Superior Court and won considerable judgments against them.


Never once did dirty journalist Frank Mickadeit ever query me or my attorneys about the veracity of the bogus accusations.  His incompetence as a journalist was not by accident, but by deliberate design, and his sinister conduct was understandable based on the hate emails he sent me from time to time.  When one of the persons I won judgments against sued me for defamation because I published the results of the Superior Court jury decisions, in my own non-lawyer jargon, Mickadeit was right there in the court room to write his next hate-fueled hit piece.  


The judge, who in my opinion, was later determined to be incompetent in his rulings, ruled that I was guilty of defamation and ordered me to pay about $45,000 to the plaintiff.  A couple months later the case went to the appellate court and the lower court's RULINGS WERE COMPLETELY REVERSED…meaning that I was again cleared of any wrong-doing.


Mickadeit ran with the first story…that I was guilty of defamation…had committed the "Big Lie."  But, when the "Big Lie" rulings were completely reversed, including the $45,000 judgments, with admonition for the lower court judge's incompetence, Frank Mickadeit wrote nothing of the appellate court's decision.  To do so would have shed me in a good light…not the shadowy haze in which Mickadeit wanted to

portray me (or any other person he literally hates).  


Sadly, it takes years of repeated explaining to the public what the truth was.  Meanwhile, you have to live under a cloud of suspicion for something you did not do.


I do not hate Mickadeit just because he is the village idiot of local newspaper journalism.  I just think his kind of journalist does more harm to society than he does benefit.  Propagandizing journalists are the source of witch-hunting zealotry that eventually lead to needless blood-letting and the hanging of the innocent.  


A truly professional journalist should keep rabid personal hatred out of the stories he or she writes for the public readership.


Dirty journalist R. Scott Moxley should resign.  Frank Mickadeit should resign, as well.  Both have given an incurable black eye to the credibility of contemporary journalism. 


After all, the first casualty of propaganda is always the truth.


I will vote for Dana Rohrabacher's re-election, not only because he is a good congressman, but because he, like so many persons in our society, has been innocently hung for something he did not do.



Jim Gilchrist, Founder and President, The Minuteman Project




rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

Dirty Dana Rohrabacher is now hilariously claiming that the landlord for his $1 million rental house in Costa Mesa handed over keys to him with all that damage, he lived there for more than two years and he didn't say a word. Yeah, sure, Dana. You, dear 13-term congressman, seem incapable of telling the truth. Can't Orange County Republicans find a more decent person to send to Washington, D.C.?

None
None

My guess is that his "moving day" video was post extensive cleaning. It explains the bad carpets. Probably paid somebody to break in to film it.

zamostudios00
zamostudios00

As bad as it is, it can't be any worse than his voting record.

Jdsocalisadouche
Jdsocalisadouche

Why would he magically take videos of the property when moving out? He knew this place was a train wreck. Typical republican dipwad, who votes these clowns in?

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

As a veteran journalist--and one of the few who doesn't cower in his musky, Margarita smell, I know I've hit home when Congressman Dana Rohrabacher puts down his tequila bottle long enough to order his young, male staffer boys to obsessively post (so far 4 times!) on OC Weekly a video that does not exonerate him. This congressman/clown is worthy of a Saturday Night Live skit.

jdsocal
jdsocal

Total hit piece. It would be nice if OC Weekly would give the Congressman's side of things as well. Congressman Rohrabacher has posted a video on YouTube of the entire house the day he moved out:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wcciIVaRtk&feature=youtu.be


I wish we had 217 Rohrabachers in the House, and 60 in the Senate.

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

@gautry  In conflict with your false assertion, I reported that the property is 6,300 square feet and, as I've already told you personally, Greg Autry, you should take your disingenuous bitching up with the county assessor's office that established that fact. Unlike me, you've relied on Congressman Rohrabacher for income from your anti-Chinese movie. And, so, it's sad but understandable that you adopted a petty, defensive stance for him. My suggestion? Next time you hobnob with Dana, show him how to use a vacuum cleaner.

katgal1232
katgal1232

@dogncat You are weird, maybe the guy did not care because it is not his property, that would be par for a repug, not being able to step two feet outside themselves.

Marty
Marty

DAYUUUUUUM! Comments here are on another level.

melissa0859
melissa0859

@repstart You have a dispute over a deposit, so you turn a home into a disgusting, maggot and dirt infested pigsty? That is not what sane and responsible adults do. Seriously, that's the excuse for that vandalism?

katgal1232
katgal1232

@repstart Taking the word of a repug congressman over anyone else is just pure stupidity.  Going after the victim is how repugs behave in any situation.

GustavoArellano
GustavoArellano moderator editortopcommenter

@repstartYou're going to believe Dana and JohnKen over Mox? HAHAHAHAHAHA!

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

@jimgilchrist @rscottmoxley  Nope! I rather enjoy the bumbling stupidity/perversion/corruption of Congressman Dana Rohrabacher. You? You are an uneducated, ranting, modern day, Nazi bigot--only you don't obsess about Jews, in public, at least. Your disgust is all about brown skinned Americans you think are beneath you. You can celebrate yourself at Orange County golf course or senior citizen bars, but everyone knows what you are at your core: an 1850s, racist scumbag unsuited for 2013 or 2014. Try immersion counseling, Jim.

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

@jimgilchrist @rscottmoxley  Nope! I rather enjoy the bumbling stupidity/perversion/corruption of Congressman Dana Rohrabacher. You? You are an uneducated, ranting, modern day, Nazi bigot--only you don't obsess about Jews, in public, at least. Your disgust is all about brown skin Americans you think are beneath you. You can celebrate yourself at Orange County golf course or senior citizen bars, but everyone knows what you are at your core: a 1850s, racist scumbag unsuited for 2013 or 2014. Try immersion counseling, Jim.

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

@jimgilchrist@azurenightmare1 Merry Christmas, Jimmy G: You bark like you think you've somehow evolved from sniveling, racist punk into a tough guy with a brain. Free clue: Nobody cares about your rants, except your fellow wrinkled, Southern California white supremacists. (Tried to drive over any young, better educated, brown-skinned people lately?) You could strip, start screaming, wave your arms and run down the middle of the San Diego Freeway at rush hour and everybody would simply say, "There goes that freak Jim Gilchrist again. So sad..." PS--As for you being a self-proclaimed minuteman, I've seen ads in the OC Register that doctors might now be able to treat such sexual dysfunction with pills or surgery or intense mental assistance. Check it out!

Jdsocalisadouche
Jdsocalisadouche

Libtard? That's your fancy way of saying Retard, how sensitive of you. Name calling, really? Republican! (since we're throwing around insults).

johnnychingas
johnnychingas

@jdsocal You forgot to take your Prozac weirdo. You come off as someone who needs an intervention. Chill out

azurenightmare1
azurenightmare1

@jimgilchristNo, you will vote for his reelection because the filthy criminal lines your pockets with cash pilfered from your very own project. Your complicity in the scheme is disgusting and I hope the feds come down hard on you and your boss for this audacious swindling of taxpayers.

jdsocal
jdsocal

@Jdsocalisadouche 

Perhaps he already knew there would be some issues with the landlord? Are you suggesting the video is faked?

jimgilchrist
jimgilchrist

@rscottmoxley You really, really hate Congressman Rohrabacher, don't you?  It is not healthy to possess that much hatred for another person.


You sound like a drunken, wife beating, child beating monster.  Perhaps you should write a self-immolating story about yourself and have it published in the OC Weekly.


If you want, I will write it for you.  And, in accordance with your writing policy and style, I will  make sure every comment is an outright, damning lie.   


Jim Gilchrist, The Minuteman Project


--the first casualty of propaganda is the truth--



jdsocal
jdsocal

@rscottmoxley 

You little libtard hater. If you are referring to me, prove I have connection to the Congressman (as if the video isn't relevant regardless of who posted it, nice ad hominem, loser!). Ask this "journalist" who wrote this hit piece to post my IP address and see if it is anywhere near Costa Mesa.

zamostudios00
zamostudios00

@jdsocal Suck up to industry shills much? Do some research about this character. All he cares about is money and feeding his ego.

thewakiinghour
thewakiinghour

@jdsocalHow much are you paid to shill?  If nothing, you're even dumber than you appear.  Less monstrous, but far dumber.

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

@jdsocal  It would be nice if Congressman Rohrabacher was man enough to field press inquiries from journalists who aren't in his hack fold. But I appreciate you loyal Dana Boys posting the video here. Either the person taking the video purposely blurred certain rooms or he doesn't know how to focus and use a camera. Either way, it doesn't matter because--despite the cameraman's inability/refusal to show any of the disgracefully soiled carpet, it's still visible in certain parts of the footage. This fact alone underscores again that Rohrabacher is a liar when he hilariously claims the photographs given to OC Weekly were doctored. PS--It's really classy that the congressman--who never accepts responsibility for any of his misdeeds--has so far blamed his latest mess on his ex-landlord, a newspaper, his triplets, his wife and his mother in law. Weak....

jimgilchrist
jimgilchrist

@rscottmoxley  My, my, Señor Moxley, you are due for some anger management sessions.  


As far as your rants that I am a Mexican and Jew hating 1850s bigot, well, I must refer you to my Mexican son-in-law, my two half-Mexican grandchildren, and my Black and Jewish associates who share the Minuteman Project speaking circuit with me.  By the way, we also have gay participants who believe in our nation's immigration laws.


Sorry to burst your bigot/race-card bubble, Mssr. Moxley, but that trite mantra has outlived itself.  


Our Founding Fathers envisioned equality, fairness, and free speech for all, Mr. Moxley, not just for you and your bigoted genre.


If you ever enlighten yourself to the inveterate journalistic principle of fairness, and conduct yourself in a professional manner, you will receive commendation from your readership.  In the meantime you will continue to receive the condemnation deserving of the journalism amateurs for which you and Frank Mickadeit are so well known.


You will not prevail in this debate regarding the unwarranted and hate-fueled lies you wrote about Congressman Dana Rohrabacher.  Face up to your errors, mistakes, and failures as a writer, and learn from them.  It will make you a better journalist.


Cordially,


JIm Gilchrist, Founder and President, The Minuteman Project

jimgilchrist
jimgilchrist

@GustavoArellano @jimgilchrist Come on, Gustavo, certainly you have a better reply than that.   Your comment can be made about anyone supporting any politician.  


The real issue here is the apparent deliberate conspiracy of R. Scott Moxley, et. al., to write and publish humiliating claims about another person without giving the target (Dana Rohrabacher) one iota of rebuttal.  


That is not professional journalism.  That is dirty, corrupted journalism that makes Moxley and the OC Weekly no better than other "dirty" segments of our society.  Viz, bribe-taking bureaucrats, pedophile teachers and clergy members, or other sinister persons who are supposed to build the public trust, not breach it.


I thought your publication held itself to higher standards than Frank Mickadeit and the OC Register.  Apparently not.


Accordingly, I now expect dirty journalist Moxley and the OC Weekly to follow in the muddy footprints of Mickadeit and "his" Register to spearhead an endless litany of propaganda and "hit" pieces against me and the Minuteman Project.  


After all, that is what contemporary journalism is known for, and that is a shame.


Jim Gilchrist, Founder and President, The Minuteman Project


--the first casualty of propaganda is the truth--

--the next casualty is the victim of a witch hunting lynch mob--



rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

@jimgilchrist Nope! I rather enjoy the bumbling stupidity/perversion/corruption of Congressman Dana Rohrabacher. You? You are an uneducated, ranting, modern day, Nazi bigot--only you don't obsess about Jews, in public, at least. Your disgust is all about brown skinned Americans you think are beneath you. You can celebrate yourself at all-white Orange County golf courses or senior citizen bars, but everyone knows what you are at your core: an 1850s, racist scumbag unsuited for 2013 or 2014. Try immersion counseling, Jim.

jdsocal
jdsocal

@zamostudios00 Industry shill? Look douchebag, he's my congressman and I LOVE his voting record, the most conservative in all of Congress. Obviously this left wing rag is out to get conservatives, and never did its homework on this story. You libtards just can't believe your lying eyes watching the video, huh?

jdsocal
jdsocal

@mrlightrail

Why on earth would someone shoot a move-in video? #libtardlogic

None
None

@mrlightrail @jdsocal Or a video of another house. Or taken post-move-out-post-cleaning ("break in and film this place for me, will ya...")

jdsocal
jdsocal

@thewakiinghour 

I'm not paid anything you loser libtard. Dana has been my Congressman for like 20 years in HB, love his voting record, but have never met him. Sorry if you apartment-dwelling Slater Slums libtards can't handle the truth. The video speaks for itself.


jimgilchrist
jimgilchrist

@rscottmoxley @jimgilchrist @GustavoArellano  Thank you, sir.  May I have another?


The only things I want to sabotage are "dirty" journalists who deliberately lie and distort the truth, you idiot.  :)



Jim Gilchrist, Minuteman Project


rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

@jimgilchrist @GustavoArellano  For those of you who don't know, Jim Gilchrist is a dirty, witless bigot who has spent years trying to sabotage better educated Latino and Asian youngsters. 

LarryJohnny
LarryJohnny

@jdsocal so that you can prove it was dirty/broken/etc.. from the start, which it obviously was in the "move in video."  Everything was perfect!  I'm sure those kids screwed it up and I bet they never cleaned the place since it was a free temporary housing..  

 
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