Moreno Valley 2017 District 4 Council Candidate Ulises Cabrera, the Real Man in the Mirror

Working on being one with his coffee, STACKED!

From Michael Jacksons Man in the Mirror:

“I’m starting with the man in the mirror I’m asking him to change his ways And no message could have been any clearer If you want to make the world a better place Take a look at yourself, and then make a change”

This portion of Michael Jacksons “Man in the Mirror,” is a message to Candidate Ulises Cabrera regarding your lies and deceptions within your campaign as well as the willingness to follow the line of Moreno Valley Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez as well as Moreno Valley Mayor Pro-Tem Victoria Baca in creating a false narrative for your history in Moreno Valley.   This includes your use of totally false comments towards your fellow candidates in regards to their positions on such things as public safety, jobs and the community.

Before you set out to make changes, maybe you should look at the Man in the Mirror.

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5 thoughts on “Moreno Valley 2017 District 4 Council Candidate Ulises Cabrera, the Real Man in the Mirror

  1. If you refused to engage in debates or on any forum,spent more than every candidate for a special election, endorsed by a mayor who allows warehouse and warehouse and gives kickbacks to companies that promise residence employment but only offer low wages, temp/seasonal employment, but still won this election, the only logical explanation of your victory is “you bought the seat”.. Moreno valley is corrupt, and your just an extension of that corruption. What does this kid know about anything?

  2. Another self-absorbed-self-service candidate, who renders haunting memories of Rios and a few others, wanting to show himself to the public, absent any experience and/or sense of public service. At least this one has an excuse; he’s young and lacks the necessary years of life and political experience, and shows only an inherent need to grow up and accept that public service is a contribution to others, and takes years of understanding in the struggles and needs of others less fortunate, with far less focus on himself. Not worthy of my tax dollars or my vote.
    Years of Experience can only grow a person; If I fail to learn the language and sufferings of others, I fail to understand God’s Universal Love. In seeing this truth, I am always reminded of the contributions of my old friend, Luis Donaldo Colosio, who answered the call to clean up Mexico’s political arena, like Doctor M.L. King who sought the same in America’s Deep South, and in likeness, just as mvgordie.com does wish for Moreno Valley. Experience and good character matters to all of US.

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