Boom Boom Boom Boom
By John Lee Hooker
I’m gonna shoot you right down
Right off your feet,
Take you home with me
Put you in my house
Boom Boom Boom Boom
Ho, ho ho ho
This is the opening lyrics to a song written and sung by the late John Lee Hooker but is fitting to the history of a man who recently took out papers to run for mayor of Fontana against current Mayor Acquanetta Warren. This song came to mind because the man in question has used similar language like this when he has referred to women in the past. Boom Boom Boom Boom.
This former congressman referred to Gloria Negrete McLeod as a “bimbo” after she decided not to run for re-election to Congress. Boom Boom Boom Boom.
Now in order for this man to run in the district, it was reported that he moved from the city of Rialto to Fontana. Some people have said that he never actually moved to Fontana but bought a house there for his family.
It was reported in Politico back in 2007 that he referred to Rep. Loretta Sanchez as a “whore” but he denied ever saying that. Boom Boom Boom Boom.
Now he never said he wanted to take them home or shoot them down but he does want them under his feet. Boom Boom Boom Boom.
The woman he would take on for mayor is very popular in her city, region, state and well-known nationally by people in both political parties and all ethnic groups.
Mayor Warren just recently returned from the White House by invitation from First Lady Michelle Obama. Various city governments have looked to Fontana as an example of how elected officials should behave when discussing city business. It all happened under Mayor Warren’s leadership. Boom Boom Boom Boom.
Under Mayor Warren’s leadership, Fontana began construction of three interchanges to accommodate the over 200,000 residents and the growth of the goods movement throughout the Inland Empire. Boom Boom Boom Boom.
Mayor Warren is the founder of the Healthy Fontana Program, which is now an example of teaching residents healthy lifestyles throughout the state. Boom Boom Boom Boom.
Mayor Warren has focused her administration on promoting the city as “Open for Business” increasing jobs and sales tax. In 2013, Fontana was named as one of the top 20 safest communities in the entire country. That is why she has earned my support and endorsement.