Is it a giant waste of time to work on the Loretta Sanchez re-election campaign?

A friend of mine sent out an anxious Facebook comment the other day, begging folks in Santa Ana to help re-elect Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez.

Does Sanchez really need to worry – in an uncontested primary?  Wouldn’t we be better off helping other good candidates in central Orange County?

For example, Phu Nguyen is running for the 68th Assembly District, in a contested primary against a Republican-backed Democrat, Joe DoVinh.  The winner will face the Republican winner in that district – that race features racist Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor against O.C. Board of Education member Long Pham.

Or you can help Ken Arnold, the Democratic candidate running against Mexican-basher Dana Rohrabacher, in the 46th Congressional District.

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About Zorro

Yes, Zorro is gay. Zorro is gay in San Francisco, black in South Africa, an Asian in Europe, a Chicano in San Ysidro, an anarchist in Spain, a Palestinian in Israel, a Mayan Indian in the streets of San Cristobal, a Jew in Germany, a Gypsy in Poland, a Mohawk in Quebec, a pacifist in Bosnia, a single woman on the Metro at 10pm, a peasant without land, a gang member in Santa Ana, an unemployed worker, an unhappy student and, of course, a good government advocate in Anaheim. Zorro is all the exploited, marginalized, oppressed minorities resisting and saying `Enough'. He or she is every minority who is now beginning to speak and every majority that must shut up and listen. He or she is every untolerated group searching for a way to speak. Everything that makes power and the good consciences of those in power uncomfortable -- this is Zorro.