Monday, July 21, 2008


That's what we should call the "South Wood Avenue Project" also known to some as the "Transit Village, which, according to some, is inspired by Hoboken, a laugh in itself. I think this project will be the backbone for some indictments. All a matter of connecting the dots.

Which leads me to comment on Lesniak's comments about "forgiveness".

Isn't it enough that we have to deal with a criminal element on the streets? Why should we be expected to "forgive" our elected officials, convicted of crimes, who are suppose to serve us? Those we put our trust in? Those took an OATH? It surely seems to me, those that we pledge our hard earned tax dollars to, should be held to a higher standard. They are to be held to a HIGHER standard, and when they fail and are corrupt, they should received the MAXIMUM penalty.

Lesniak may speak for the "political insiders", but he does not speak for us, the taxpayers. If he did, he would be calling for the strongest of sentences. I think we all know what he stands for.


Anonymous said...

Those involved were dreaming about all the money they could make. HA! Good call. Let's see what happens.

Anonymous said...

maybe he has a job for him in his lawfirm....Jim-Jim's old job?