Thursday, December 30, 2010

Ending 2010 With An Extra Dose of Stupidity

According to PolitickerNJ, Trenton masterminds Senate Majority Leader Barbara Buono (D-Metuchen) and Assembly Majority Leader Joseph Cryan (D-Union Twp.) want the State to scrap contracts with vendors who donated to Reform Jersey Now.  Read the lunacy here.

On what legal grounds do Cryan and Buono base their idiotic demands?   If Cryan, Buono or any other democrat are serious about nullifying contracts, they should step down immediately because what they are asking the State to do is expose itself to gross mismanagement at great peril to taxpayers.  The State would  surely be sued if this course of action is followed.

Too bad we can't sue our legislators for buffoonery.  We'd all be rich.


Anonymous said...

Assemblyman Cryan has the balls to talk about ethics? I think I will be sick.

NFS said...

Ferreira Construction & George Harms Construction have been doing work for the State since the 1990's. It's disingenuous on the part of the dems to make it appear that those companies received state contracts after donating to Reform Jersey Now.

How many people from Cryan's legislative offices, which he shares with Sen. Lesniak, have been indicted? Three? Is that a normal ratio?

Just Ed said...

Who has been indicted ?

NFS said...

There was Jamel Holley who was Neil Cohen's Chief of Staff, who was indicted by accusation for ballot tampering. Judge said Holley was just being "overzealous" and Holley was accepted into PTI.

The second person was Rosemary McClave, Neil Cohen's campaign treasurer. She was charged with theft and tampering with public records. She too entered PTI. Techically, not part of the legislative office, but close enough.

The third was former Assemblyman, Neil Cohen who, last we heard, was in a nuthouse.

Anonymous said...

The third was former Assemblyman, Neil Cohen who, last we heard, was in a nuthouse. Anything to stay out of jail - Ok remember reading about char get a ticket for the nuthouse yet