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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

London Breed's F-Bomb Fallout

Posted By on Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 1:55 PM

click to enlarge Because she doesn't give a fuck - LONDON BREED FOR DISTRICT 5 SUPERVISOR
  • London Breed for District 5 Supervisor
  • Because she doesn't give a fuck

If Supervisor Chris Daly has taught us anything about San Francisco,

it's that we really don't give a fuck how bad a potty mouth our city

leaders have. But for some (political) reason, District 5 supervisor

candidate London Breed's profanity-laced diatribe against Willie Brown

has not sat well with Da Mayor and his cohorts.

In Case you missed this awe-inspiring rant in the Fog City Journal last month, here it is:

Willie Brown didn't wipe my ass when I was a baby -- my

grandmother took care of me. He hasn't been there through the thick and

the thin when I had to grow up and watch at 12 years old a bullet get

put in somebody's head. You think I give a fuck about a Willie Brown at

the end of the day when it comes to my community and the shit that

people like Rose Pak and Willie Brown continue to do and try to controls

things. They don't fucking control me -- you go ask them why wouldn't

you support London because she don't do what the hell I tell her to do.

I don't do what no motherfucking body tells me to do.

Obviously, the machine at City Hall isn't going to let this powerful motherfucking prose slide.

Breed, who has been at odds with Brown after she disobeyed him and decided to run for office, posted this photo on her Facebook page:


We haven't been able to reach Breed, but the following words did accompany this photo on her Facebook page, which gives us some idea of how she's planning to spin this:

"We know who is behind this attack. The same people who want to keep the mayors appointee in office. Really sad. They could have at least used a union printer."

That's a great fucking point.

Coda: If Breed's tirade sounds like something Samuel L. Jackson would just kill in a line-reading, perhaps this could be arranged. He's a donor to her campaign

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Erin Sherbert was the Online News Editor for SF Weekly from 2010 to 2015. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.


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